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part of the Yankees to govern them. It follows that the colonies actually rebelled when they set the Government of George III. at defiance, and that we are not rebels when we deny the right of the Yankees to govern us. Yet these same Yankees have not only practically denied every right asserted by the Declaration of Independence, but have adopted the very phraseology habitually employed by the Parliament in speaking of the colonies. Let us add, that there is not one single enormity which Yankee Fourth-of-July orators and Yankee historians have been in the habit of ascribing to the ministry and armies of George III. which their own Congress and their own people have not committed on a vastly extended scale, and with the addition of ten-fold horrors. We are induced to make these observations by a paragraph in the press telegram of yesterday morning, in which it is stated that four hundred citizens had been killed in a riot in New Orleans, occasioned by Canby's attempt to enforc