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ians. It is unwise to trust to the want of courage in any man, for the veriest coward will fight when driven to the wall, and there is not a people in the world who will not give battle for sufficient cause; but I am much of the opinion of a Gulf State Senator, who said the other night, when some one told him the North was about to raise an army of 300,000 men to sustain Lincoln, "Yes," he replied, "there is no doubt of it. The Chinese raised a million, and 16,000 Allies marched straight to Pekin. There will be a great many soldiers, and they will emulate the various deeds of the Bostonian, who built the Bunker Hill Monument and went on the pension list." The truth is, the Pilgrim Fathers were not made of the genuine Puritan stock — The grim soldiers of Crom well stood their hand; nothing could drive them out of their country. Their courage was high, because their faith was sincere. But the hypocrites, who had more cunning than pluck, more love of themselves and of money than of t