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l, who would so well have performed such a mission.
But has she not a Hunter, a Millson, a McFarland, a Boteler, a Rives, a Bocock, a Stuart, and many other able and prudent men who are fit for this mission?
Certainly she has. And she has a Winfield Scott, who has won as many laurels as a peacemaker as he has as a General; and this is saying much.
Blessed are the "peacemakers." The greatest of all blessings is their's — the Saviour of men being judge.
Let General Scott unbuckle the sword andGeneral Scott unbuckle the sword and go down and talk with those fiery children of the ardent South.
We cannot doubt his willingness to undertake the mission.
Let him go; let many go, if it be necessary.
And may God bless their noble mission, and save this people from committing the rash and dreadful crime of national suicide.
In the meantime there is a great work to be done at the North.
The South Carolina Army bill.
A letter from Columbia, S. C., says:
The Army bill is now in the Senate.
It lies there lik