and reduced to starvation by the thieves whom his rulers presume to call soldiers, by threatening to transport them beyond the seas!
We say threatening, for it is a threat, between the pronouncing and the execution of which nothing interposes but the "interest" of the Yankee nation.
There cannot be a doubt that had the Yankee Government the power to execute this threat, it would be forthwith put into execution.
Did not these Yankee puritans, just a century ago, deport the whole people of Acadia, and are their descendants any better than they were?
But there is a more modern example for the Yankees, and one which they will be sure to imitate if we are ever so weak or so cowardly as to put it into their power.
We mean the example of Russia.
is at this moment sending thousands of unhappy Poles to Siberia every week.
He is following closely in the footsteps of his father, and will, if he can, depopulate Poland to fill it up with beastly Russians.
That is precise