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l never again write or publish articles against the North, or in favor of secession." What a triumph of reason and free institutions! What a glorious record for history! What a seductive appeal to our benighted Southern brethren, to re- unite themselves with the freedom and civilization, from which bad men have persuaded them, in an evil-hour, to tear themselves away! How it reminds one of the joyous days of Massachusetts Colony, described with so much unction by the reverend Minister of Ipswich, when they "did burn and slay" the Pequot and Narragansett in their wigwams, "by the goodness of God!" How it smacks of the blessed times when old women were forced to sign a confession that they were witches, and then were drowned or hanged for their pains; when Quakers were whipped and branded, and had their ears cut off, as a merciful preparation for the scaffold! How naturally "pernicious" editors assume the place of "Devil-ridden" hags and "notorious heretics!" How the blood of the