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h will bring to them from vassalage and degradation. Sleeping in soldiers' graves, but without a stain upon their shields, immortal in history and song, liberated forever from human malice and rancor, they may bless the sharp steel that saves them from the living death of shame and subjugation. But if they fall, they will fall like Samson, dragging down with them the pillars of the Philistine temple. Their grave will be the grave of the prosperity and the liberties of their enemies. Their enemies may appropriate their sunny land, but it will only be a Jamaica or St. Domingo. Fanaticism, having worked its work of ruin here, will then turn upon the North and breed social, religious and political convulsions there that will ultimately compel a military despotism. The Puritans will not always be permitted, even in the Northern States, to give the law in politics and morals; and at their own doors the tide of blood, ebbing from the South, will yet crimson every Northern household.