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e will do our enemy the justice to believe them incapable of such an atrocity. They are men — must have the souls of men — and however much their devotion to their cause and flag, they must remember and grant us the same rectitude of purpose, and still more, the God given right to protect our homes. Opinions of the abolition press. The New York Times, of May 3d, has a bombastic editorial, a portion of which we copy: A Farrago to Farragut. The official epistle after day or Monroe, of New-Orleans, in reply to Commodore Farragut's demand for a surrender of the city, has no doubt set the whole country in a broad grin; and if rebellion has not dried up all the springs of mirth in the Southern nature, the rebels themselves must be moved to saturnine laughter by its farrago of bombast, impotence and conceit. It must have been a fine study of a facial effect to see the plain, practical-minded sailor Farragut, perusing, on board his flagship off the levee, the queer rigmaro