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he North, the Federal Government would long since have usurped and consolidated all political power on the continent, and been transformed into a monarchy — limited, possibly, in theory, but possessing all the powers necessary to an energetic rule independent of the people. The "black cockade" Federalists of 1798 were all as good monarchists as Hamilton himself, who was their leader; and though John Adams was an honest Republican in feelings and principles, he was so actuated by Pickering, Walcott and Mchenay--the crafty tools whom Hamilton kept in his Cabinet — that he left the Government with the alien and sedition laws in full force; with an army, regular and irregular, of nearly a hundred thousand men, organized and under the command of Hamilton as General-in-Chief; and with a political organization ready, but for the tremendous uprising of the people in the election of Jefferson, to carry out their plan of consolidating and monarchian the Government. If the Northern statesmen
n in one surrendered for ages to despotism; and in a community supposed in theory to be jealous of their liberties, and ready at every moment to defend them, rather than among a populace long hopelessly immersed in the night of absolute despotism. The fact is, that the Northern people never felt in themselves the capacity of self-government; and their whole history during the existence of the late Union proves that they never possessed the faculty of self-rule. The result has shown that Alex. Hamilton was a wiser man than he was esteemed to be in his lifetime; that, so far as the Puritan race is concerned, he was correct in his belief that the experiment of Republican institutions must fail; and that his policy was eminently expedient which looked to a gradual transformation of our government into a monarchy resembling that of Great Britain. Whoever has read his plan for effecting this metamorphosis, usually denominated his "Thorough," will at once confess, in the light of subse
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or that of Italy under the object despotism of the last, the most imbecile and the most disposition of the Boursons. If Lincoln had brains, he might institute an overwhelming terrorism and play with success the role of Robespierre. But he lacks braof a Bomba from that of a Washington or a Madison. Infinitely more tyrannical acts have already been perpetrated by Lincoln than by Bomba; more tyrannical in the fact that they have been committed in a land consecrated to liberty, rather than ished from power, and the Government placed under the control of Southern men — where it remained until the accession of Lincoln --the despotic measures which have been inaugurated in 1861 would have been put in force in 1800. It is difficult theld, not by great men capable of vast designs, like Hamilton,but by the merest drivelers and clowns, of the stamp of Bomba Lincoln, who live from hand to mouth, floating upon the surface of events, incapable of divining or preparing for to day the
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their whole history during the existence of the late Union proves that they never possessed the faculty of self-rule. The result has shown that Alex. Hamilton was a wiser man than he was esteemed to be in his lifetime; that, so far as the Puritan race is concerned, he was correct in his belief that the experiment of Republican institutions must fail; and that his policy was eminently expedient which looked to a gradual transformation of our government into a monarchy resembling that of Great Britain. Whoever has read his plan for effecting this metamorphosis, usually denominated his "Thorough," will at once confess, in the light of subsequent history, that it is the mildest system of government that could possibly be adapted to the giddy, the treacherous, the self-seeking, the rebellious New England race, whose ingrained cowardice is equal to their conceit, and who only need a bold and tyrannical master to be the most abject slaves in the world. If the question had been left t
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f subsequent history, that it is the mildest system of government that could possibly be adapted to the giddy, the treacherous, the self-seeking, the rebellious New England race, whose ingrained cowardice is equal to their conceit, and who only need a bold and tyrannical master to be the most abject slaves in the world. If theion, would have consummated the plans of the arch-conspirators, and given them power to defy the people and their great Southern leaders. At last, the same New England counsels have again obtained control of the Federal Government; but the power is held, not by great men capable of vast designs, like Hamilton,but by the merestility of Bomba will reign in the seats of authority, the despotism of a swarm of military captains will spread terror over the community.--The South has only to bide her time, and all the tyrannical and evil passions which rankle in the bosom of the New England race will be fighting her battles for her in six months at the North.
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Bombs. Affairs at the North are rapidly approaching one or the other of two conditions: that of France under the Reign of Terror and of Robespierre, or that of Italy under the object despotism of the last, the most imbecile and the most disposition of the Boursons. If Lincoln had brains, he might institute an overwhelming teor a year to bring about at the North, by means of the power which the Northern army will place in the hands of a few, the same state of things which prevailed in France during the sway of Robespierre, or in the Kingdom of Naples under the stolid despotism of Bomba. Probably the state of things will assimilate to the condition of both France and Naples; for while the imbecility of Bomba will reign in the seats of authority, the despotism of a swarm of military captains will spread terror over the community.--The South has only to bide her time, and all the tyrannical and evil passions which rankle in the bosom of the New England race will be fighting her b
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To the public.advance is the Price of the Dispatch. After the 1st of September, the following will be the rates of publication of the Dispatch: Daily Paper.--Two cents per copy at the counter and from the regular carriers of the city. Per annum, $5. Six months, $3. Three months, $1.75. Semi-Weekly.--$3 per annum. Weekly.--$2 per annum. Neither the Semi-Weekly nor Weekly paper will be sent for a less term than twelve months.
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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor yesterday: Mariana Buck, free, committed for want of papers, Carter Smith, free, arrested for deserting from the city fortifications, was recruited, he having a pass so badly written hat nobody could read it; Wm. Burnett was fined one dollar for violating the ordinance based for the government of the market; Philip Shaffer, charged with assaulting Jacob Rich, was discharged on giving security for its good behavior. A fine imposed on him for calling Rich an improper name in Court, was remitted by the Mayor. The Mayor ordered Wm. Bender's dog to be killed, the brute having been complained of for the exhibition of vicious qualities.
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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor yesterday: Mariana Buck, free, committed for want of papers, Carter Smith, free, arrested for deserting from the city fortifications, was recruited, he having a pass so badly written hat nobody could read it; Wm. Burnett was fined one dollar for violating the ordinance based for the government of the market; Philip Shaffer, charged with assaulting Jacob Rich, was discharged on giving security for its good behavior. A fine imposed on him for calling Rich an improper name in Court, was remitted by the Mayor. The Mayor ordered Wm. Bender's dog to be killed, the brute having been complained of for the exhibition of vicious qualities.
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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor yesterday: Mariana Buck, free, committed for want of papers, Carter Smith, free, arrested for deserting from the city fortifications, was recruited, he having a pass so badly written hat nobody could read it; Wm. Burnett was fined one dollar for violating the ordinance based for the government of the market; Philip Shaffer, charged with assaulting Jacob Rich, was discharged on giving security for its good behavior. A fine imposed on him for calling Rich an improper name in Court, was remitted by the Mayor. The Mayor ordered Wm. Bender's dog to be killed, the brute having been complained of for the exhibition of vicious qualities.
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