lHor tho bonetit of our republioan frieodfl, who aro tliu poculiar adinirer of both Formkv arul Cismxo, we clip the following paragraph fro:n tho loader :n The Press oj the 2öth uit. We could havo wishod tho sece&snnUts no groater evil than tho aecession to thoir raoka of so restless a spirit, and com mend tothein the cODeolation contuinod in tbo last sentence of the paragraph wo qnotc : " Oaleb Oush'mg found a natural nnrl a, congenial rofiijore in the Secesaion Oft bal.aftor liis monstrous treachcry in tho regular Oonventioir, What : f.tto bas boen his ! A citizon of Masaohuftetts - oí a Free State - who ha? spent almost an ordinary lifetime in assaifing ïhe institutions of the South, lending bimaelf to the enemies oí' the Union, and gladly consenting to that which tens of thoiisands of Southern gentiemon rejeet with indignation. Tho ecstatic joy w!iic;li greeted hi. departure fnun tho Domocral'c Convention was the so verest nehake thnt could havo been administerod to him, and thia riddance soemed at onoö to r.'lievu that body from tho cvil counsel and sinfter ir.fluences that hii') so long divided and dopressed it. His departure reminhI ui of that. fallen angel who.f expulsión f om Hearen made Hearen happy, nnrl tokose mhjiission into Heil made Heil misera he."