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on to expect that the consequences of our failure would be less disastrous nor deplorable to individuals, to property and to society, than have been the consequences of defeat, without exception, to vanquished peoples. No more than Ireland, India, Hungary or Poland, may we hope for another fate than political subjection, with all the accompaniments of humiliation and wretchedness — the fate of subjugated national ties. We go even further than this. We believe that the dispositions of England to Ireland and India, of Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contest. It is not alone the lust of power, the greed of gain, and the madness of fanaticism — added to all these are the devilish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Cza