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worships the Sun, and believed in his inmost soul that when they disappeared from the horizon all Liberty and Light would disappear from the Universe. Like all Northern men, he was a Consolidations, the head and front of consolidation, and, the issue of battle once joined, it would have been as natural and irresistible for him to support the Federal Administration as to breathe the vital air. Whether he would have contented himself with a moderate and decent "loyalty, " like that of Fillmore, or have plunged into the depth of personal debasement, like Everett and Cushing, must be, of course, a matter of conjecture. The corruption of the grave which has seized upon his body is nothing to the corruption of that living death which would have fastened upon a soul like his, degraded to the companionship of Wilson and Butler. There is another sad reflection in the paragraph we have quoted. In view of the certainty that the North would demand of the South the abolition of slave