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Southern traitors.

--Robert L. Mallory, of Kentucky, Representative in the Lincoln Congress, from the Louisville District, is fast becoming the leader of the Lincoln party.--Andy Johnson, of Tennessee, leader in the Senate, Mallory in the House, and Scott in the field, gives great power to the Southern traitors. The Lincolnites act differently towards such miscreants than those who have preceded them. It is a standard maxim ‘"to love the treason, but hate the traitor."’ They seem, however to appreciate both.

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