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his Myrmidons, who had in view the same objects of universal devastation and robbery, hid under the convenient pretext of vindicating the laws, and who committed outrages at the very start more hideous and abominable than any John Brown ever proposed. Gen. Jackson, we say, thoroughly understood the purpose of this war, and the character of the people by whom it is carried on. The confiscation acts of Congress, the proclamation of Lincoln, and the legal exposition of the case by Mr. Solicitor Whiting, show what that purpose is. Elated by temporary successes, all disguise is now thrown off, and instant submission, or death and universal confiscation, are the avowed objects of the Government. There has never been any other design from the beginning. Having plundered the South by banks, tariffs, and fishing bounties, the North deliberately resolved to cut open the goose that had laid the golden eggs, and therefore drew the sword. It was tired of living in its cold climate and bar