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Jonathan and John Bull. The Northern journals exhibit increasing dissatisfaction with the comments of the European, esplower family, and no other race of the North,) has "done" John Bull exceedingly brown in every business transaction. In the nying it to everybody but himself. He remained, however, John Bull's loyal progeny just as long, and no longer, than he coullonial state, he would still be a faithful dependant of the Bull family. Civil freedom, like religious freedom, was the pre laws, &c., he was becoming a competitor with the venerable Bull upon every sear and working up such an immense and inexhaus and to cultivate acquaintance with the great and lofty. John Bull, his old enemy, seemed very much dazzled by the success iwhich he pulled the wool of Abolitionism over the eyes of John Bull, so that he could not see the glitter of the rich mine in Jonathan at the discovery that all this time the venerable Bull has been seeing through him, has perfectly understood all h
make us their vassals, would convert even a nation of cowards into a nation of heroes. What, then, must be its effect upon a race as heroic as ever lived in all the tide of time? Nor need they misconstrue the calm contempt of the South for the foolish boastings of their vulgar Congressmen, and its forbearance to prisoners as the result of fear or a desire to propitiate them. The answer of the South to their brutal slang is in her sword — such an answer as they received at Bethel Church, at Bull's Hun, and at Manassas. Let them multiply their forces. We shall have as many men in the field as themselves, and that will be twice as many as we shall need. Let them go on with their threats to hang Jeff. Davis and his Cabinet. When they begin their hanging game on the humblest son of the South that breathes, the best life they have shall pay for it, and if Lincoln and his Cabinet are not swung from one scaffold, it will be because they have concluded to conduct the war with humanity, o