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Gen. Jackson. Words have no power to express the emotion which the death of Jackson has aroused in the public mind. The heart of our whole people bleeds over tJackson has aroused in the public mind. The heart of our whole people bleeds over the fallen hero, whom they loved so well because he so loved their cause, and vindicated it, not only with vast energy and courage, but with the most complete self-ab
ntire absence of pretension, vanity, ambition, and self in every shape about Gen. Jackson, that he had become a popular idol.
The affections of every house-hold in t ble.
No doubt the puerile Yankee will be encouraged to believe that, now that Jackson is dead, the subjugation of the South is certain.
Let them cross the Rappahan our armies is still the great Commander-in-Chief, whose masterly combinations Jackson assisted to execute with unsurpassed vigor and success.
Around him are cluste
Only let us cease to idolize man, and put our trust in that Providence which Jackson so constantly and reverently acknowledged as the hope and sheet anchor of our