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piled with their dead, livers running crimson with their gore; churches, hotels, and colleges crowded with their dead and dying. Is it not fearful that the few should thus sack and ruin the many; that politicians and speculators should thus banquet upon the life-blood of the multitude whilst they never venture their own persons with in the possibility of harm? And yet so it is; and Lincoln cracks his stale jokes in safety, whilst the death groans of his dupes are burthening every gale; and Seward drinks his wine gally whilst the wine of life is rushing red and fast from thousands of bosoms which but for him might be heating high with life and happiness. There is no hope of a termination of the war except in crushing the enemy upon every battle field, and making him feel that the South is but just buckling on its armor for the war, and is determined to fight it out till the crack of dawn corner than return to the detested Union, or yield an lota of its sacred rights. The pioneer