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cans and harlots should enter the kingdom of Heaven before them, and we have little doubt that the Conservatives of the North are as far behind the same classes as their predecessors in Jerusalem. Such Scribes and Pharisees as Everett, Cushing, Fillmore, Dickinson & Co., are neither as honest, virtuous nor manly as the rabble of New York and Boston, who, in their ignorance, believe that the cause in which they are engaged is the cause of patriotism and freely expose their lives in its behalf. than conservatism of cash, all honest men spit upon and abhor it. It is more base and contemptible than agrarianism, radicalism, and the rankest abolitionism. Let every man read the speech of Everett upon the John Brown raid; the speech of Fillmore at Buffalo declaring that the South ought to resist the election of a Black Republican President; the speeches of Cushing, Dickinson, Butler and others, before the election, substantially to the same effect, and then ask — What are we to think o