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valor and their own perseverance. This fact has been demonstrated so clearly since the commencement of the war that we had, until very lately, thought It was admitted by everybody. Within the last few weeks, however, we perceive a growing disposition to rely upon other sources of relief, such as the disordered state of the Yankee finances, the menacing attitude of the Democratic party, and the violent discontent of a large portion of Northern society with the Emancipation proclamation of Lincoln. We very well remembered how nearly fatal to our cause had been the illusions of the last year, and how sternly we had been reminded by events that the only just dependence of the Confederate States was in the arms and hearts of her sons. We would respect the lesson we then endeavored to teach every day in the year, if we could thereby the more deeply impress it upon the minds of our countrymen. We have nothing to depend on but our own prowess and our own firmness, yet are not these
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ork correspondent of the London Times, writing on the 12th ultimo, says that Mrs. Lincoln is suspected in Washington of treason, and "so strongly suspected that when he London Saturday Review (organ of the Literati) has a strong article on the "Lincoln tyranny." It says: Mrs Lincoln has suppressed some newspapers, and so ovMrs Lincoln has suppressed some newspapers, and so overawed the remainder that they will publish nothing but what he permits. He has sent a military force to superintend elections, and has arrested the members of a Lenions seem to move at railway pace in our day. If the proceedings of President Lincoln are not despotism, what conceivable course of conduct can justify the term? What did Bomba do that Lincoln has not done? They have both seized upon arbitrary power. Both have set at defiance a Constitution to which they had sworn. Theof the unlucky King of Naples; and they promise to do the same service by President Lincoln. There are, o ccurss, differences of detail in the two tyrannies, arisin
in New York by Hon. James Brocks against the two proclamations of Lincoln. It is published in the "Weekly Caucasian," the only paper that s.] No, never, never, never! [A number of voices, "Never."] Mr. Lincoln not President by the popular voice. Of the four millions andds of a million of votes cast at the last Presidential election, Mr. Lincoln was in the minority of nearly a million, among the people; [appl States, not a popular, nor an electoral vote was given him. Mr Lincoln only President as creature of the Constitution. Nevertheless,nd springs from God as well as born of the instincts of man; but Mr. Lincoln is but a creature of the Constitution for four years only, and the Cabinet are but creatures of Lincoln. And yet the reverend Brooklyn expositor tells us that the President and the Cabinet are the Governm negro voters, and though this was a Republican State, going for Mr. Lincoln by fifty thousand majority, the Republicans themselves had good