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The Sinking cause of Jeff. Davis and his Southern Confederacy. [From the New York Herald, Jan. 1.] The independent Cotton Confederacy of Jeff. Davis has seen its best days. Under the increasing pressure of our fleets and armies, it is reduced to the condition of a city invested by an overwhelming force and cut off from its supplies. Growing up, as in a single night, into a luxuriant development, like Jonah's gourd, it is willing as rapidly away. From every quarter of the South, in every variety of manifestation, the facts and the evidence are daily accumulating upon our hands that nothing but the intervention of England or France can prevent this overstrained and exhausted rebellion from collapsing within Mr. Seward's limitation of ninety days, like the Great South Sea Bubble or any other audacious but shallow imposture. In the interesting statements which we published yesterday from two Union refugees who had run the gauntlet of the Davis despotism from Texas to Indiana
The Sinking cause of Jeff. Davis and his Southern Confederacy. [From the New York Herald, Jan. 1.] The independent Cotton Confederacy of Jeff. Davis has seen its best days. Under the increasing pressure of our fleets and armies, it is reduced to the condition of a city inves
acts is from a long article of that paper on the late message of Jeff. Davis to his Confederate Congress at Richmond.
The editor does not believe that the peculiar logic of Davis will convince England or France of the inefficiency of the Federal blockade, or bring either of those t he does not tell the whole truth, he tells enough to show that Jeff. Davis, with his Southern Confederate despotism, is fast becoming a pub pen revolt.
Our New Orleans editor has the league at his back, and Davis and his tools are aware of it.
New Orleans, it will also be bo de manifest to them--first, that the Southern cotton nationality of Davis and his confederates is an exploded bubble; second, that the Govern