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On the literary quality of these verses the Southern mind, we may be sure, did not dwell long. As confidently we may affirm that it saw in them only a bloodthirsty purpose, and that when in September of this memorable year the editor recalled the second stanza as1 prophecy, it seemed rather to the panic-stricken objects of real and imaginary insurrections a diabolic cause of
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