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its glory; they have trampled the Constitution, which was the bond and life of that Union, in a perfect tempest of passion under their feet, and dansed upon its torn fragments like so many howling dervishes; they have erected a colossal military despotism upon the ruins of republican liberty. They do not seem to be the same men, intellectually and morally, any more than politically. Not a single statesman is left within their whole borders. Instead of the Clintons, Spencers, Grosvenor, Livingston, Van Nesses, and Van Renselaers, of New York, there is that miserable scrub, Seward, combining a Gilbert Glossin and Oily Gammon, an educated blackguard — of all blackguards, the most disgusting — a fellow without birth, reeding, or any of the ideas or feelings of a gentleman, and whose whole career has never exhibited one single example of sagacious and comprehensive statesmanship. Instead of the spirit of Americanism which many years ago animated the Northern masses, there has risen tha