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uld have allowed him to write such a letter as Seward's in reply to Adams. Even Yankeedom itself cojoice that this letter was written. It places Seward in his true light. The picture, drawn by his you the genuine, unsophisticated savage. Seward instructs Adams to tell Lord Wharncliffe that ion of our readers recollects from what quiver Seward plucked that arrow; and Seward himself, no douplomatic note. This letter will be published, Seward says, and then "the American people" (that is,en enervated by slavery or anything else. And Seward says slavery is enervating. It follows, theres into his own hands. The English assisted Mr. Seward in destroying the Union. It was folly to expect that they would stop there. Mr. Seward persists in calling this war an "unnatural and hopeal thing in the world. It is the very thing Mr. Seward labored for through twenty of the best yearsrom success now as he was at first. No! no! Mr. Seward, our cause, so far from being hopeless, is a[8 more...]