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ing the victory on at least one important occasion to their superior valor. Above all, there is nothing more atrocious in these instructions than the declaration of Lincoln, contained in the letter alluded to, that a belligerent has a right to everything which may be of use to his enemy, including in this wide claim everything that he eats, drinks, or wears, or that can by any means be considered as the subject of property. These open avowals, coupled with the recommendations of Hovey and Whiting — to confiscate all the property in the Confederate States--to turn loose the negroes and place them on an equality with the whites — to dispossess the present inhabitants and settle the country with Yankees — to abolish the writ of habeas corpus and the trial by jury — and to transport all persons charged with criminal offences to the Yankee States for trial, (in the very teeth of the Declaration of Independence which charged George the Third with this very practice,) these various declar