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th embraced within its limits many virtuous and Christian people. What has become of them? Where have their reason and religion fled? We know that, even up to the hour of dissolution, the North had statement ripe in years, of approved judgment and experience, who had grown gray in public life, and who had associated for half a century with Southern representatives, so that they possessed every opportunity of understanding Southern as well as Northern character. There were Case, Everett, Winthrop, Dickinson, Cushing, and others, whose names will readily occur to every intelligent reader. How then, are we to understand the unrelieved and unmitigated brutality of the North in this war? Why have not their wise statesmen rebuked the madness of the people? Why, instead of recusing their madness, have they actually led the way in the popular phrensy and ferocity? We cannot believe that the North has been suddenly demoralized. Making all allowance for the excitement of the first b