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its own editors and conductors. It may be said, however, both of Raymond and Bennett, as it cannot be said of George D. Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, that they are true to the section in which they live and from which they derive their p an English invasion of the United States, he might then present a parallel to the moral and political turpitude of George D. Prentice, a native of New England, who edits the Louisville Journal. An adopted son of Kentucky, owing to her all that he h have voluntarily made the South their home, and where a man's permanent home is there his heart is, if he has one. But Prentice has turned his fangs like a viper against the bosom which warmed him into life. He has exerted all his talents, which aem, have been free and independent, and a powerful coadjutor in the Southern cause.--Corrupt morally and politically to the very core, there is no Northern editor who enjoys such a complete pre-eminency in infamy as George D. Prentice, of Kentucky.