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has ever agitated the public life of the Union, presents itself essentially as a question of dollars and cents; and it is characteristic that since the breaking out of the crisis the discussion turns mostly on such points as these: How about the Custom-Houses? how about the post-offices? the national debt? the property in the navy and armories? We observe very little of the convulsions of a wounded nationality — such, for instance, as vibrate to this day in the heart of Poland; although Poland perished before the American Union was born. To be sure there is no lack of animosity and passion, but it is an animosity more like that existing between quarrelling partners in business, than that between divided brethren. "This sober, business-like character of the contest, we think, favors a final settlement of the question. To the Polish we may prove ever so clearly that they fare better under the Prussian Government than they ever did before, that their property is more valuable,