The Northern papers speak of the noble Jackson
, who slew the ruffian Ellsworth
, as a man of ‘"violent temper,"’ leaving it to be inferred that his mode of meeting the invader will prove an exceptional one.
This is a delusion which can only be corrected by making a series of experiments upon the Confederate Flag
, as all who know him will testify, was one of the most amiable and exemplary of gentlemen, and his ‘"violent temper"’ the stern spirit of a freeman, which animates every soldier upon the Southern