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pt Government with a vast and increasing debt on the other, will be too plain to leave room for a moments hesitation in the popular mind. The treacheries of Hicks and Crittenden, and the sophistries of the Louisville Journal and Baltimore American, will be unavailing to mislead or obfuscate again the judgment of a well-meaning people. They will rush from the Lincoln ship like rate from a sinking hulk; and prefer any political fate to that of a people overwhelmed by taxation. It matters not how long the Unionists of these border States may delay this movement and choice. They may not have as yet realized the full truth of their condition; but that eccentric and unrelenting divinity, Nemesis, has already decreed, that the very armies which the North have prepared at great cost to enforce the loyalty of those border States, shall be the means, through the frightful debt they have created against the Federal Government, of driving those sovereignties from the Federal allegiance.