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er Ali. Waging a truceless and relentless war; trampling under foot all law, all justice, all humanity?
So it will be if we lie idle.
And the murderer of Harper's Ferry be exalted into a martyr of liberty, while the Spartan-like soldiers of the South--whose feet were often shoeless, whose clothing was in shreds, whose haversacks were empty, but whose courage was undaunted — whose cartridge boxes were full and their bayonets always bright — will be doomed to an immortality of infamy. will T. Martin, Vice-President Southern Historical Society for Mississippi. November 18th, 1882.
In vivid contrast to the miserable twaddle of the above extracts from this Popular history of France, (which will no doubt be circulated even in the South and used in some of our schools), we give the following beautiful tribute of that accomplished Englishman, Percy Greg, Esq., who was in the Confederacy during a part of the war, who has been since a student of American History, who is a regular reade