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ability of the South not being able to defend herself. It was all repeated over as calmly as had been his authorities. He stood in a simple position, between two desks, one foot crossed over the other: no attitude, no gesture. As he reached the close, he had one hand in his pocket, the other negligently toying with a vest chain. He balanced his head a little to and fro, in a true professional manner. Only his black eyes showed the emotion he must have felt. They were elongated, as Rachel's sometimes became, when at her stillest, most concentrated points of acting — the quiet curse in Camille for example — scintillating with light; a faint smile, just a little scornful as he said: "You may set our cities in flames, raising against us not only our own property, but, as Great Britain did in the Revolution, turn loose on our frontiers the savage; but there is one thing you will not do"--here he elevated his eye-brows and said quietly. "you will never subjugate us." H