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omary to parole pirates, it is reasonable to suppose that he did not look upon them as such. The Northern people, at the opening of the war, professed to be fighting for the Union framed by the revolutionary fathers. They have a great reverence for the Union--these Yankees — though self-interest is at the bottom of it; and every infant among them is first taught to lisp "Stars and Stripes," "Bunker Hill," "Yorktown," and other enshrined words, while the first music is Yankee Doodle and Hall Columbia. Now, the Confederate Government has the example of those same revolutionary fathers for fitting up and sending forth armed cruisers to prey upon commerce. What Yankee schoolboy, we ask, is not familiar with the history of the Bon Homme Richard and her fearless commander, John Paul Jones? We have been much interested, recently, in the perusal of a history of the private armed ship Marquis Lafayette, which appeared in the pages of the Virginia Historical Register, in 1849, and (especi