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justice to the South, and so violently hostile to measures of coercion, has been wholly changed. It can no longer be a matter of conjecture why Vallandigham, Pierce, and Bright, are the solitary voices among twenty millions to refuse their sanction to this war; it can no longer be necessary to surmise why so sudden a change was wrought in the sentiments of such fierce fire-eaters as Dallan, Cushing, and Picayune Butler; it can no longer admit of conjecture why such time corverane Buchanan, Fillmore, Everett, and Cass, hoary and grizzled worshippers of the seven principles of the loaves and fishes, became such zealous advocates of the Union, right or wrong. The fact that six hundred millions of dollars per annum are expended in the prosecution of this war, coupled as it is with the sudden conversion from bitter opponents of the war into its rantipole advocates, of at least half of the Northern people, displays a corruption more stupendous and more infamous than the records of huma