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d receive the due reward of their deeds in beholding the final result of their notable system for improving the morals, religion, and politics of mankind. It is not for us to complain of the great loss which mankind at large must suffer from the deprivation of Yankees.Three years of self denial have enabled us to dispense with even such a luxury as their companionship. We find that, by dint of manly fortitude and abstemiousness, we can manage to exist without Harper, Beecher, Greeley, Everett, or any of their works. But how can Yankeedom give itself up in this wholesale suicide, immolate the memory of its ancestry, and slaughter that " manifest destiny" which was to appropriate the whole continent of America to the Yankee race ? The Confederacy can look with philosophical composure upon this tragical performance. We are not to be astonished at this time of day at any exhibition which Yankees may make. After all the atrocities and diablerie which for three years we have b