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The Union of the South. One of the grandest instrumentalities of the wonderful success of the Confederate States in this war has been the great and unprecedented unanimity of their people. Unlike the war of the Revolution, the war of Southern Independence has never been paralyzed for an hour by the treason of Toryism, or by internal jealousies and dissensions among the champions of liberty. Identity of institutions and interests, and a cause which is not less the cause of constitutional liberty than of Southern independence, have made the South one great family, fighting around their hearthstones and their alters with the harmony and devotion of a gallant brotherhood, defending the honor of their ancestry, the homes of their childhood, the future of their children, and their own personal honor. It is to the continued unanimity of the South that we must look for the success in the future which it has achieved in the past, and for the preservation and permanency of our Gover