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In more than one of the chief towns of the North there is a Salt-disguised leaning to the Confederate cause; in fact, the principles of the Unionists have only been maintained in supremacy by espionage and terrorism. There is far more reason to suppose that the South has allies in the North than that the North can fled any adherents in the South. The true desire of the North is empire at any price. "One power on this continent, one Government, and one alone; let it be Jeff. Davis's, or Abe Lincoln's, or --." These terms, in which our special correspondent expresses "Democratic ideas," represent probably the dominant feeling of those who are struggling for Union. But that Union has become an impossibility.--The Southerners would now refuse to live under the same Government with the Yankees on any condition whatever, and there are Abolitionists enough in the New England States and pure Republicans enough in the Northwest to forbid any convention in the interests of Slavery. Wh
ope in their own hearts, and caused it to shed cheering rays upon many a doubting and desponding man. We have heard of men who have forsaken their country, but not yet of one woman who his proved recreant. We have not heard of one who has taken Lincoln's oath of allegiance. In the very strongholds of the despotism, in the District of Columbia and in Maryland, in our own cities occupied by the enemy, they remain firm and courageous, and never once dream of bowing the knee of B al. Noble beingsy, they remain firm and courageous, and never once dream of bowing the knee of B al. Noble beings! Always "last at the Crers, and earliest at the grave." No Judas nor Peter has been found in their sex in any clime; no Arnold nor Burr among. American women; no Lincoln oath- takers among the women of the South. If their husbands and brothers could be annihilated by the loss, the children of each women would light anew the fires of freedom, and conduct their country to independence and glozy.