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viduals, to property and to society, than have been the consequences of defeat, without exception, to vanquished peoples. No more than Ireland, India, Hungary or Poland, may we hope for another fate than political subjection, with all the accompaniments of humiliation and wretchedness — the fate of subjugated national ties. We go even further than this. We believe that the dispositions of England to Ireland and India, of Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contestns of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell. Neither Hungary, Poland, India, no Ireland, have ever suffered as this people will be made to suffer when the foot of the Yankee tyrant is on the necks of the--"first families. " That wi
Austria (Austria) (search for this): article 1
s of our failure would be less disastrous nor deplorable to individuals, to property and to society, than have been the consequences of defeat, without exception, to vanquished peoples. No more than Ireland, India, Hungary or Poland, may we hope for another fate than political subjection, with all the accompaniments of humiliation and wretchedness — the fate of subjugated national ties. We go even further than this. We believe that the dispositions of England to Ireland and India, of Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contest. It is not alone the lust of power, the greed of gain, and the madness of fanaticism — added to all these are the devilish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell.
Hungary (Hungary) (search for this): article 1
ble to individuals, to property and to society, than have been the consequences of defeat, without exception, to vanquished peoples. No more than Ireland, India, Hungary or Poland, may we hope for another fate than political subjection, with all the accompaniments of humiliation and wretchedness — the fate of subjugated national ties. We go even further than this. We believe that the dispositions of England to Ireland and India, of Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in thish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell. Neither Hungary, Poland, India, no Ireland, have ever suffered as this people will be made to suffer when the foot of the Yankee tyrant is on the necks of the--"first families. "
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
ingled goblet of blood and subjugation. The utter degradation of those whom they represent as the aristocrats will be milk and honey to their souls. It matters not that in no land under Heaven is there as much real republicanism as in the Confederate States. Our enemies are enraged by that decree of Providence which has assigned to the Southern people such a goodly heritage; they feel the malign influences which steal over ignoble natures when they come in contact with superior manhood. Whatwere they disposed to be tolerant and merciful, the necessities of their position would present difficulties which it would be impossible to surmount. Our own debt, State and Confederate, would be wholly repudiated. The enormous debt of the United States, three thousand millions of dollars,--owed by the Northern people — owed to them — whose pockets will that come out of? A contemporary, the Confederate, supposes this case: Two candidates in Yankee States present themselves for popular suffr
Russia (Russia) (search for this): article 1
less disastrous nor deplorable to individuals, to property and to society, than have been the consequences of defeat, without exception, to vanquished peoples. No more than Ireland, India, Hungary or Poland, may we hope for another fate than political subjection, with all the accompaniments of humiliation and wretchedness — the fate of subjugated national ties. We go even further than this. We believe that the dispositions of England to Ireland and India, of Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contest. It is not alone the lust of power, the greed of gain, and the madness of fanaticism — added to all these are the devilish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell. Neither Hungary, Pola
f Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contest. It is not alone the lust of power, the greed of gain, and the madness of fanaticism — added to all these are the devilish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell. Neither Hungary, Poland, India, no Ireland, have ever suffered as this people will be made to suffer when the foot of the Yankee tyrant is on the necks of the--"first families. " That will be the sweetest draught — the conqueror will quaff in all that mingled goblet of blood and subjugation. The utter degradation of those whom they represent as the aristocrats will be milk and honey to their souls. It matters not that in no land under Heaven is there as much real republicanism as in
R. E. Lee (search for this): article 1
be quartered in their bounty lands on the plantations of our citizens? "Besides, these lands grow the great staples, and the staple of cotton primarily. It will be a political necessity with our enemies to place the cultivation of cotton in the keeping of themselves, and out of the hands of those who have been rebels. But while the Yankee soldiers are thus pensioned and supplied with his bounty land, what is to become of our own heroic soldiers? The few, but undismayed — the braves of Lee's noble army — the self-sacrificing, enduring veterans, who have planted so often the battle-flag of the Confederacy on the enemy's ramparts, amid the shouts of victory — of those whose limbs have been torn asunder, the blind and crippled, who cannot earn a support, and the wives and little ones, who have fallen in the war? Why, in the day that our banners are lowered — in the day that our Confederacy is lost — the doom of our soldiers will be written. They will be turned adritt. No hom
on to expect that the consequences of our failure would be less disastrous nor deplorable to individuals, to property and to society, than have been the consequences of defeat, without exception, to vanquished peoples. No more than Ireland, India, Hungary or Poland, may we hope for another fate than political subjection, with all the accompaniments of humiliation and wretchedness — the fate of subjugated national ties. We go even further than this. We believe that the dispositions of England to Ireland and India, of Austria to Hungary, and of Russia to Poland, are benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contest. It is not alone the lust of power, the greed of gain, and the madness of fanaticism — added to all these are the devilish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Cza
benevolent and merciful compared to those of the Yankee Government to the Southern States. In none of these examples were so many base and cruel appetites enlisted as in this contest. It is not alone the lust of power, the greed of gain, and the madness of fanaticism — added to all these are the devilish passions of envy and revenge, the infernal spirit of the French Revolution, combined with the ambition of the Czar and the fanaticism of Cromwell. Neither Hungary, Poland, India, no Ireland, have ever suffered as this people will be made to suffer when the foot of the Yankee tyrant is on the necks of the--"first families. " That will be the sweetest draught — the conqueror will quaff in all that mingled goblet of blood and subjugation. The utter degradation of those whom they represent as the aristocrats will be milk and honey to their souls. It matters not that in no land under Heaven is there as much real republicanism as in the Confederate States. Our enemies are enraged