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The sentiment in the United States. speech of Senator Wall--the spirit of the Press — recruiting. The Northern papers received for several weeks past, are gloomier in their vaticination about the war, than they have been since its opening. Each batch is more sombre than the preceding one. To compare the editorials of this month with those of November last, is a very pleasant and genial amusement for a Confederate. With gold at 169, and no prospect of a decline, the Yankee
mmery of "erecting" Louisiana into the Union was being acted out in New Orleans, on the twenty-second of February, a very different and more serious exhibition was taking place in New Jersey, the chief speaker being Hon. James W. Wall, late a United States Senator from that State.
The Speaker has but one thing to learn, and that is, that there can be no "reconciliation," in his meaning of the word, between the two nations; and with this explanation we copy some.
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