tmost tude of discussion is allowed, without ing this far elicited a single discourteous ark, or a single expression to which a could take personal exception.
Such as the difference between gentlemen who are ally such, and gentlemen who are thus designated by courtesy and the rules of the House.
We cannot bring our mind for a moment to believe that the Yankees will ever be able to conduct the affairs of their Government any better than they are now doing.
The Yankee is a degenerate Puritan — the lineal descendant of the Mayflower Pilgrims, with all their trail of avarice, hypocrisy, and coming, intensified by transmission.
The Puritans, we all know, had supreme away in England, and what was the result?
Why, they created such a mortal horror of themselves and their Government that the nation welcomed back Charles H, and submitted to his profligate reign for twenty-five years, rather than continue to bear their yoke.
To them England is indebted for the whole infantry of that