The Union has an article taking rather extravagant ground in regard to the Lemmon case. It contends that neither the remuneration of Mr. Lemon by citizens of New York nor by the New York Legislature; nor indemnity to Lemon by the State of New York; nor the reversal of the decision of Judge Payne by the Supreme Court of New York, or of the United...
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