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The ladies and the South. A Yankee scribe in the Baltimore American delivers himself of a disquisition upon the question, why the Southern ladies have always been against Lincoln, and even a good many Northern ladies are on the Southern side? He admits that the facts are so, and can only find this reason for the mystery — that the ladies are fond of aristocracy and opposed to everything of a republican character. Such a solution as this is worthy the profound philosopher from whom it emanates — That ladies have an irreconcilable antipathy to that which is low and coarse, is true enough, and that in this may be found one reason for their ayersion to Lincolndom is undeniable.--Nothing could well be more intensely vulgar than the man whom the people of the North have deliberately chosen as their representative and ruler, though he is less nanseating in his undisguised blackgardisms than his prime minister, Seward: a creature even more depraved in his morals, whose elaborate i