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owledgments and devilish declarations, his tory friends rudely laid him on the shelf, Leopold Catiline Cowper was disposed of in the same manner. The next thing is to vote, and those failing to exercise this right of a freeman, will, according to Dix, he made to suffer "all the pains and penalties of disloyalty." Such is the "proclamation" of Gen. Dly, a paper noted for being the coolest specimen of absurd lying extant. As a general thing, to be a Yankee is to be a liar. The Administration at Washington have lied so much that its own people would be astonished were it to tell the truth, even through mistake; its Generals lie in obedience to orders and in "accordance with or stablished usage;" and Dix, in asserting his belief that a majority of the legal voters of this district are loyal to the United States authority, gives evidence that he is not behind the best of them in deliberate, premeditated, unblushing falsifying N a majority are loyal, why threaten, a minority with "pains