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nt upon crushing out the sentiment at the South hostile to such an arrangement. They will not believe or realize the fact that public opinion here on that subject is long ago concluded and irrevocable. They are fighting us with that delusion, and with the settled conviction that secession must overthrow their political system at home, and prostrate forever the wealth and prosperity of the North. We have exposed the certainty of their financial and industrial ruin, from secession, on too many occasions for it to be necessary to point out again the grounds of their own fixed conviction of that fact. It is upon this conviction that they are acting. They themselves are telling us that this conviction is the motive upon which they are prosecuting the war with so much determination. The language of Mr. Dallas at Philadelphia expresses the sentiment of the whole North on this subject. Defeat secession, or the North is undone. Rule or ruin is the alternative presented by the contest.