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hover about her commerce. We might slaughter whole hecatombs of Yankee rank and file, but, being mostly poor men and foreigners, their loss does not amount to a flea bite on the sensibilities of the nation. Touch the Almighty Dollar however, and the iron enters their soul. Perforate their pockets and you breach their hearts. And their pockets are their merchantmen afloat on every sea; there is the seat of their vitality, their sensibility, their soul, and when that is smitten, a universal pang cramps and collapses the whole Yankee nation. If, then, we must maintain the defensive line on land, let us at once, and with indomitable will and energy, assume the aggressive on the water. Let us attack New York, Boston and Philadelphia, on the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Indian ocean, and wherever a Yankee ship traverses the deep. Let private enterprise back up the Government in this, the most direct, the most practical and the most pungent method of making the North feel this war.