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The folhav ing article on tiea 'orth
ies, this n )obl pajr of brothers, ''tese
twin Arcaila sta a I aken from .tlhe
1?ound '/hb/e of satnrdav last. va re.
port it with.lno f'titrlther coininent than td
correct thte iaistake as to- the buirning of
Stevens's Ftondry. This destruction
was not ordered' "on accomilt of the
reputationl he had previonAly uequired,'
but, oil accotint, and oniv on1 account, of
the fact that Steplens's Foundry was i
mu1anuafactorv of ordunee for the Fele
GovernImeut - a puf-ic 'work--sho,.
Gen. Jee's raid into Pennsylvania wts
the most piuUs, forbearing, .and churita.
ble mecursion' ever effected Thie Round
'lh/dc says :
Charles Sumner, the protagonist qI
the extremne wing of tim roputulica
party in Senate, and T haddeus Stevenvi
who marshals it.s forces in the Honsej
resemble.each odiher in positien, plinciU
pli-s, awl tihe pecuilar ferocity of thpif
party spirit. ire than in tho general
liieatnelLs of their mental and persontl
characters. The partsan rancor which
is common to both trikts its 'root into
differient aimoral soils. Buth a'e egotists;
but Stmners is the (gotislr f vaanitiV,
Stevels's of contemnptuous pride, which
is a st-ronagvr and more selfkubsistent
qualit.y. Simumr is a schuar 'eeuking
in literary research materials f& Persons
sonal display, having more of A6!howV
charLatfanuisia than of siolarhikp exact
ness ; Stevenst has none of the1 bles of
a pedant, and is so little ofa rejdor that
hla st winter drew upon himlself vol
leys of derision by a motion which 'be
trayed total ignorance of , the preseht
Stato of limnIald science, altiugh he
was at. the head of-a co.:n:ittee having
that class of subjects specially in charge.
As parltunenty debators these anon are
as great a cOnttast to each other as in
all other minor respects. Sumner's
speech aes smell of the la ip ;. I cannot
speak with effect without elbiato pre
I.ation. Stevens trusts to his natural
readiness; he deals his most efiective
tirusts at. points which his adversary
leaves at that moment exposed. , Smn.
tier's speaking is ornate and pretentious;
Stevens's pertinent aid catustic." Sum
Mer has no capacity as a tacticia) ; his
mind has to, little nlertiessv, -nd has
habit of lookinug at tig.s throngh the
'tmediimi of hooks ufitsit. hitm for seeing
wbat is close to his nose wvithu his
SpectaclCs. Stevens has a quickid o for
all the circanstances which atf41 the
progress of a neasure throu*gy. the
House ; by an adroit tmotaon, inc"a, 're.
tort, a skillful evasion; an adrit; I 0d4
or a division of the queo OI, ie
will often aid or obstruct a, bill 'gre in
three minutes thian Sunter eeli. in
a thri-o hours' speech, whe 7 st
hin three week's preparation. e
follow them to their hionies an d.141diIo
i.to their ordinary habil, . ve
one a delver in liraries Avithgu
ty to asqipire property or ovur f
port a family ; the othet ' shre
somewltat inperions man of'
succeeeding in the 'management, 6P
private undertakings. When W* ok
at the nien, the first glanee shows %hi
Stunner studies his toilet . *ith tY4hiolif
citudo. of a pdiGnaifte,. hile Itaten4
dresses withll th e lO61 dg9eig'
which befitsit maido tagd* withi a.e
importajit bmsioless thiti elf-conte, .
How doesiap i aien I
fernt in thejiOnm i. ana.intelA
physiognomvy aft A41.4 e1Donentsv J*
Iwo H~ouses of 4f.th&
St Qf ideas ?.~ salons
4here are no nu tplf
'ould be less die kesios b
fy soctoty, or
(e~r'e merital lha ehrdp
u~of haughatiues0 RljuA
1do kia ness. * 4
ri- ' iefron~J
comn tlpeint .of no
dl bheir canaes. ~wa &.
# lhad alhown rea e
*'d pr' o
dus d chiva'
rendered more peisistent by their indi.
vidual grievanes. A generous charac.
ter appears to advantago in avenging
the yJuries of others; but not cov
ertly avenging ther'owp- .und6r the
gise of philalntlir6phy or public spirit.
. These gentb-men havo -a point of re.
semblance in their want, of mental bal
ance. Sound judgement ,results from
a patient survey of all sides of a ques
tion; and the careful weighing of con
lietng considerations. A' pedant who
reads, not to weigh and consider, out to
gather inaterials for display, is quite as
likely to go wrong as-a contemner of
lea'niig who does not'read at all. Both
,Mr.SMuiner and Mr. Stevens hold tjie
.nurrowest views of the narrowest men.
in their party. Any man inspired With
intehse malignity tolvards th South
Vould easily reach. thqir opinions, no
teatter how feeble or confuse-d his intel
lect.-Mr. Sumner lends his learning,
atnd Mr. Stevens his shrewdness, to the
udvocacy of views which it required
1neith r learning nor shrewdnea, btit
only hatred and bigotry, to torin. To
humiliate the Southern people, confis
cate their property, strip them of politi.
cal privileges, and make their late slaves.
their equals, is a policy which the mean
ost intellect was competent (o devise,
provided that intellect was inspired by
intense malignity. . Nothing is easier
than to drift forward on a strong current
of passion. And when men can gratify
the worst rocliigs of human nature nnde
tl e mask o' publio viriue, pleasing them.
selves winj the idea that hatred of their
Countrymen is conipassion for an oppres.
ed -race, they satisfy their craving for
,reputation at a much smaller cost than
if they were, at every step, to consulV
their reason or conscience, in a Mtborious
in(juiry after truth and right.
Whenever the negro question is taken
out of politics, Mr. Sumner will sink into
insignificanct. As n'scholar, he has pro.
duced no original work; as n statesman,
he has broacl eI no import:tnt messure;
as a political leader, he has no gift f6r
aceiuring ascendency over other minds.
Iis natural employment is literary to
sen rh, and the repetition, in sinoo'th or
stilted phrases, of the thoughts of abler
minds He has judgment enough to see
that the abolition of slave'rv is one of
the great achievements of recent times,
and he has the ambition to figure in his.'
tory as the leading apostle of this worihy
cause. He hopes to be remembered an'
a Clarkson or a Wilberfarce. But, con.
scions that lie has no solid claim to stich
a distinction, he seeks to make iupin
extravagauce what ho lacks in merit;
just as in his other charater of a litera
ry man lie .tiies to conceal -poverty of
original thought by tricks of style an' a
parade of erudition.
Mr. Stevens is a haughty, disappoint
ecd spirit, self-sufficient and impracticable.
T*ho feels that his success in puiblie lifr
has not 'been equal to life abilities; aid,
with a_ touch of eceontriOity'. and scorn,
and the' peevishness of ol age, he
Wishes to w,eak upon somebody the
pht-lip passions ofa lifetilne.
'olia prominence 6f the'se pett.loetien
bmi ,he public eye is no .meaqure nf'their
pcligivalimportance. Sin&_I:e close of.
&t1Aq *hr'the passions it kirid edar ad
1bleiding; ard wit h, thxetle.:
a the basis of ,stice'd i9t |-.
n tle questiois thdat u- t id;
eton i-rregular passion Aisd
eits will sink into r
ER SIPT wITH 7 T X
~e'itor Wilson, of
~1tumping this State, w~tt~ ~h
n tthe head of the Two ieq
. hstts Vrohm~toe-~ 1~i'h
remembered, turned tai 'a1t
and let his men ko ou~oI~ 'i
aldtivated Lte art 4 -
hted States 8hat6 .
ojnkers he sajq~
ith. the infkrs4
atmmerqg the n'1~
-A letter from New York says:
.-"It s astonishing to see the facility
with which sema of our Southern coun.
trymen, up to their eyes and tars in the
racent rebellion, are betaking themselves
to occupations to which they bud pre.
Viously been entire strangers. A Mis.
sissippian, who acted na an aid to Genes
ral Pemberton at the siege of Vicks
burg, has opened a' broker's. office in
Hanover street, and is out in a card
soliciting especially the patronage ofhis
New Orleans, Mobile and Texas friends.
A little farther down the same street,
on the other side of the way. an ex-rehel
cap'aih, who, served under Ewell, is fll
ing a subordiante clerkship in a cotton
broker's countmg-roon.' One of G'neral
Lee's staff is negotiating for the lease of
a drinking saloon and ten-pin -alty on
Brqadway, near An ity street. :.One of
Migruder's adjutants .has 'gone into the
wholesale produce business at Wishing
ton Market. General Mansfield Lovell,
who sindertook to defend Netw Orleans,
is going to open alaw office 1i Nasaaui
street. In Bond street there ate at
least- three large boarling-honsks which
are kept by the-widows or rebel- oflicers
whoi fell in battle in the. Carolinas. ' In
the eighth avenue. near Sixteenth street4
a pardoned ex-clerk in the rebel Trea
sdry Department is selling cigars. and
within a stone's throw of his shop 14'a
rebel naval offcer, who lod the mqmo
rable assaul. on the Harriet. Lane at
Galveston. In the n papaPer . ofhices,
like*ise, may be found sundry .persons
who this tinie last year were 'firng the
Origin of liSItrotus Xe.
Colimbus was the son of a weaver
and was a'weaverhimelf.
Claude Lorraine was bred' a pastry
. trvAntes wi' a oomuon aolaier.
Homer was the sor of a small farmer.
Mollier was the son of a tapestry ma
Demosthenes was the son 4 a cutler.
Oliver Cromwell was ths,ion of a
. Howard was an apprentice to a gro.
Franlin.was a journeyman printer,
and son of a tallow chandler and soap
Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Worceaster,
was the ion of a linen draper.
Daniel Defoe was an hosler and t11e
son of a butcher.
Vhitfield was the son of an inn.keep
er at Glouchester.
Sir Cloudely Sliovel, -Rear Admiral
of England, was na appntreice to : a
storekeeper an'dafterwards a cabia bo'V.
Bishop Prideau worked inthe citchen
at Exeter College, Oford.
Caidi6A- Wolsey ws the een0of 4
Furguson wa 5 sliephord.,
Dean Tucker was-the son of a fArmer
in Cardingshire, and performee hi ijout.
ney toA Oxford 'oii foot.
Ednpnd Hailey vas the son-of a soap
boiler at Shoreditch.
JosephAaV,. Bishop of Norwich was
the pon of a poster.
Horace was the son of a4ho per.
Shakespeare was the son of a wool.
lilton was the son of a money srif.
ber nBuns was a plonghanan in
fAcus was a carpenter.* .
called the prophet, was
Mohb d.Ili wep a' barber.
amyo, rt a fajor when her b
rfa~p ~~ fhe daughter of a
d41 cfeoo ,itnestion
beetha a e'r-i
I iv~t~,d the t) baenm out of '
n~ ~iiiiikies he coulditll the..