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went back willingly to the death that awaited him, on Rome's refusal. The old Roman spirit still lives in our people, to sustain, at any sacrifice, the Government, when it emulates the firmness and dignity of the Roman Senate. A Blast from Seward's organ — Lesson for the War. The Albany Evening Journal (Seward's organ) thinks "the war has been a stern schoolmaster to the people of the loyal States." It says: We have learned the folly of underrating our enemies. We have learned Seward's organ) thinks "the war has been a stern schoolmaster to the people of the loyal States." It says: We have learned the folly of underrating our enemies. We have learned that they are equally brave, equally hardy, equally quick-witted, equally endowed with martial qualities with ourselves. We have learned that they are terribly in earnest in their efforts to achieve their ends; that they are desperate in their resolve to divorce themselves from us; that they are determined to resist our efforts to conquer them to the bitter end. We have learned that they are as wary at they are unscrupulous, that they are as cunning as they are depraved, that they are as quick