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les they now fight. If, therefore, they will come here to die the death of dogs, and to cover our fields and ditches with their putrefying carcasses, they have only their own stupidity to blame. They need expect nothing from the hands of their Puritan taskmasters. Do they expect that a people who are smart enough to make them forget that ten years ago they sought their destruction, and induce them to cross the wide ocean to do their fighting for them against the only friends they ever had hecould have got at least that at home. Those of them who survive the war will discover, if the invasion is successful, that when spoils are to be divided, Jonathan employs no substitutes. If unsuccessful, as in all human probability it will be, Puritan intolerance, which must always have a victim, will gratify its original and most powerful instincts by the revival of Know-Nothingism without concealment and without check. The increased numbers of foreigners will only render them greater objec