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dness or fanaticism has sustained a Government which has trampled under foot every principle of liberty, while it has distinguished itself by unparalleled perfidy and hypocrisy. The most violent enemy of the North never dreamed it possible that Lincoln and his advisers were capable of such startling meanness, outrage, and oppression. Let us rejoice that we are no longer of them. In no age — in no nation, was there ever a more obnoxious despotism than the Government called the United States. At this day Lincoln can appoint whom he please a commanding officer, and that officer may establish such rules and regulations us he please — suspend the laws, writ of habeas corpus, and all, as he please, take up and throw in prison whom he please, and refuse to tell friends, lawyers, officers, and courts, for what or where he has incarcerated him. And this enormous oppression is mystified because it is alleged that we are rebels and that all over the country there are persons who sympat