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tantially the hoisting of the black flag by the Federal Government, and as such they should be treated. The time has gone by when the safety and temper of the Southern people will permit such measures as these, and such acts as the execution of Mumford, to pass without reprisal.--We have still in our hands thousands of the Federal prisoners, and our Government should select from them a sufficient number to ensure the future good conduct of the enemy. If such acts as the hanging of Mumford go and our Government should select from them a sufficient number to ensure the future good conduct of the enemy. If such acts as the hanging of Mumford go without retaliation; if such a policy as that which Lincoln and his Generals are permitting to be inaugurated in Virginia does not provoke on the part of our Government the most summary retribution, then are the people of the South left more helpless and hopeless than any other race of men, to the tender mercies of the most cruel of mankind.