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he Yankee States, and that a draft will be made sufficiently large to meet what the Yankees consider the exigencies of their service. It is well, therefore, to be prepared for the worst they can do, and, above all things, to avoid sinking into that lethargy of soul and body which benumbed the councils and paralyzed the arm of the Confederacy after the battle of Manassas. Yet there is very little doubt that there is a large and powerful body of citizens, of whom Governor Seymour and Benjamin Wood are the representatives, who are bitterly opposed to the present war, who abhor the objects for which it is waged, and who dissent entirely from the principles of those who are most active in pressing it on. Persons of this description dare not face the reign of terror which has been inaugurated by the Abolitionists, knowing that it is as much as their lives are worth to speak their real sentiments. The Abolitionists have it all their own way. It is they who are urging on the Government