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are engaged in a hopeless task. To call a people who possess more men and more guns, and more means of raising men and guns, than another, rebels, and to call those who are inferior in all these points, the only true men, is to talk nor Lincoln and his Cabinet must see this were they either statesmen or honest men, or men of common humanity, they would put an end to the shedding of blood, and the situation which they cannot make better by a century of war. But neither Lincoln, nor Seward, nor Cameron not Chase, is a wise statesman or patriot. Their whole character and the cause of the whole war, may be dispatched in four words. They Are All Speculators and lock upon the war as a The feeling exclamation of Lincoln, What is to become of my revenue! gives a key to the history of his whole reign. It is a war for money — a war of contractors for army supplies — a war of sharpers and stock brokers — a war in which every man who can get the ear of the Cabinets hopes to m<
of Thason in New York --Money of --The Raleigh (N. C.) Registersays: Southern gentleman, who has recently from New York, reports that Seward, resent visit to that city, informed the sad other capitalists that they must other money or their blood to the government loan — that there was no use in matters — that the simple question whether the Government can get money blood. The Baboon despotism is misating to the height of the highest of the French Revolution. Bastilles in the North, "leures de ches" are a system of espionage, which might have envied, is in operation, corpus is suspended, and soon, no "the Milden's D ughter," for gu will raise and lower her bloody hands on necks. And all this goes on in a fessing not only to claim liberty itself but also the emancipation of the States of the South