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ion proves that they never possessed the faculty of self-rule. The result has shown that Alex. Hamilton was a wiser man than he was esteemed to be in his lifetime; that, so far as the Puritan race ispendent of the people. The "black cockade" Federalists of 1798 were all as good monarchists as Hamilton himself, who was their leader; and though John Adams was an honest Republican in feelings and principles, he was so actuated by Pickering, Walcott and Mchenay--the crafty tools whom Hamilton kept in his Cabinet — that he left the Government with the alien and sedition laws in full force; with my, regular and irregular, of nearly a hundred thousand men, organized and under the command of Hamilton as General-in-Chief; and with a political organization ready, but for the tremendous uprising of the Federal Government; but the power is held, not by great men capable of vast designs, like Hamilton,but by the merest drivelers and clowns, of the stamp of Bomba Lincoln, who live from hand to mo