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voked men into caning and cowhiding him that he might add to his pile in a heavy verdict for damages. On one occasion, when it was alleged by a contemporary that Bennett would be willing to be whipped every day in the week, so he could make something in a suit for assault and battery, Bennett replied: "Yes, and every hour of the dBennett replied: "Yes, and every hour of the day." We should rather think that "Mammon," not only "seemed to be," but was, in fact, "the God," and the only God of such as he. It is absurd, however, to pretend that the worship of that God has been interrupted by the war. On the contrary, he himself charges the Union Defence Committees of New York, made up of its principal merch his associates for their models." This does not look as if Mammon were despised, and "courage, bravery, self-sacrifice and patriotism" substituted in his place. Bennett, moreover, exclaims: "The war will make us a military people! We are burning with martial ardor!" The only "martial ardor" the Herald has ever burned with, was t