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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 Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell. Neither Hungary, Poland, India, no Ireland, have ever suffered as this people will be made to suffer when the foot of the Yankee tyrant is on the necks of the--"first families. " That will be the sweetest draught — the conqueror will quaff in all that mingled goblet of blood and subjugation. The utter degradation of those whom they represent as the aristocrats will be milk and honey to their souls. It matters not that in no land under Heaven is there as much real republicanism as in the Confederate States. Our enemies are enraged