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UutlcarrJ tttr'.a .ml (.m th t -.:. liAitowKi.i. norsi:, Br E. FOsTEll. XtiltTIU KAILKOIP I I I o ." CVTLAXP, VEBtXT. I-KATT'S IIOTKL, K AT U AX STOUDAEP, rt T Mi , I T. lire ianraBff. Ttmmrt l ire lMurn-r ., SOHWICfl, CT. laitlin Tire liiimnr- '-, SPaiXuHELP. MAM. JUrfll Ol n rt c ., rr .i -r. an t.m.v L.. .... ...w .... i....-f r..mi :.irt i -a-raw l.-niia aW:f tiit. in thH tat a. ai-. I ibi I. Ittver .MiitiiillnMrnii r " t JlELI.O'A S FAI.IJ-, VT. ; IIFNPTF M1XLK A-it UmyiXmm, Ma" JT. imi. " ' j THlKKSGKiRS SfRIOH ; Prt-affcrJ is H,t fer jtTfitu.cn! (Turn Is, at ; Mttc ketT, P 1b XHB ef t! XalHiaai , ; i ft.i Ti.tj . N- 2ih, jtj- tii '',. Urn 8. i - If CrH ! " J . V y " a-Je JTMMil.-m. ii- in ll.i fnje. ;. n m.r.K Ul.tllf Kurd. Bill! M lound aifftiifWiun. I" the mini of, j tii'j nrd )!iiiil it in 1'id I'i iJi'..!.,,.,!. . t l: A l.'i ii-ililK land. Jt l ir rtime (,n(i). fnii., f (.I))intrv land to i)jhi Jr, hi caj-ind 1 the limj( ruibud iurnt ot 1.11 t!nt j ;, dt-r ta l i in jur U diion and rtrHi.m. WIm-M llii Caj.ilol was ' m its c ' . . in its ch ,rv whptt iu at of oiveru ! a M-i iin-. tt, talMii.d ! t in idc of rrhiii in full lid-ofj i.it- Itai o! trthv went i dirlit life tthiihi r I lit up ii!i I heir acr'.fi(t' Hiid tiii'ir twg, 'i'l lioin sUuvn t d the l.iW, tin n the whole poojdc t rr iii the hili t.oon of j ! o-n j i ). IdI;t'rv a a mij-jii t-'d a id the arl f life f'ioiiri-hfd. lint wln-n tl.i nn- ii, I wit. iova.l. .1 from ilhin and Inilii uiihout. it .eaee. disiuibfl its h;!'- !'"-' bat l.ar.ua aiMtlt. Jt to our nub itii.ile f-.ree in nny d.-gree broken jj't already named, .ore of our l ay, wh. n ii in-ntuiioii of U.dijjioH j out,, try uud the duly of the present and of civil lifo, ntn eornijiti d and j rritts. d niuli. bed. its iiib:i'iil:inii eanii-d in- We are a- mbh d to-day al the to eitiiiiy by the iininiei of truth ' of our nniunil ai.d autuinnnl-liar-and Itipbtio-tMie., then the pious Jt w j vet tlritiki ing oeiion, at the call (cwailed his lot in hihs ot piief find bitter ili-inay. The l'salmiKt hud rea.'on to love I. is country for two. hut ino?t t-ipiiificnnt rt a.-ons. 1st, In il he enj ty ed the hihert le'.iious prii ilexes ol which the cmlti could then liast ; 2d, he enjoyed the high est Iheriehe.-t civ ii blessinps. Tlioull 10 us the Jei.-li polity of Hellion ami (ovi ruiuenl K:ein-,e huideiisuin and foimal, yet profound siudenls in ro its fp'.tit and vvoi king, d-clnre that 11 was the be; ex!ani, that under its w it p l! e mas-es of the people wi re elevated in n;d 1 and ui.ual lib- li e art of life fo.Kieied, bu.-bandry tneoiir. u.o il, mail! uei--' enioUed lo an cxieiii and ill vel'ipt'iin-nt w iihout il piralhl in tho.-e n'-s if ll,e woild. The (ioV ei iiM.eiit w as at once n '1 In'ocracy and a I 'euioeraey, though finally f-eiihi.p down into a loustitiitional .Monanhy. Il e tiisir-li d of the union of twelve iiibiK or pi ini;pa!i'.i-s oeetipjinp l.s-tiiK-t and marked tel iiloties, e:u h gov erned by ilsnwti inunicijia! regulaiions under tier throne; though one tiihe that i.i pt f.iit! w ailed upon the tab, r naele and it mi li.'ices po-sesse.l ei;ie seaCeted ever the wle.le dominion. I'ur -'oil ) ut ibis N iiionai I'liiou li mail. e l, i-ot without hlrupple, iuler oiil di.-cords and f arful eori'iiptien and disasters, but rein. lined to jjive l iw and life to the people and protei I the fipbiil of the honest eili.'-tl. lis lull lih iy l ubninattd in tlie i" yn ;irs rule of .Sol iiioii. After hi death a di.-olnl'on ol this Ii il al Union look phi Jell tribes seei ded rio'ihet.s in i rfl their w tint- ifj voiee agiiin-t tin; hUieulal act, nought could sliiy lhf" process ol tlllt the revolt. All was J lelded ll a!t;ir of a turiuUf tin lion. Upon tin: 'lit- l'asl i-t was buried belu'iiih the ruins of n c -n.n;on jaac". Civil war ensued ol the most eti-ai'.pu'ned and exh.iu-t've ehara- ter. Mub-div i.-ions soon endued, until a ei.tnuion Itebuiun, tneiuoi't s, hopes, piirjoe-, and national re-unio:i. were Hung to the winds nt the bMd.ii of fine man, and other who drank in his spirit who made Israel lo sin. Two tribe reminded by the ohJaiiais with the conslilutiou and ihe laws, but in the peiiiral ibturbiiiu e the process of di-intipi mion hiislened to i's eotrplelioii. Seceded tribes broke the bond of their unhallowed Union foreign inviisions succeeded the old capilid at I ngdi s-veked -tlie mapnili cent lemple at first, p;irtia!ly by the Kpjptians, ,i!-d iifterwiird wholly by the' King of lbtb Ion destroyed ; the iiihiibitaiits iu tarpe numbers carried into captivity. While in this -.el late they are a-ked in impious deris ion to hul: oi-e t f their native and re ligious sonpK. Hut tin ir sorrow ol heatt is t- o deep. They c u!d but re- Iuc to intr the Lord s miiil? iu that sine gt and idobrous and oppni-ive land ai d in the boating of those that ida-plo-med the very name of the Go t j of Israel. They hung their harps on 'the willow and fat 'down t ween !. ....t r.. ..r il.. '..- b. lf.i. ,1 einiiitrv. Thev could not foigt l l.i-rj their n .live bud. now ibe hud lo j curoi-l tiom-. i e tiioogi.i t ,en mat the p- d ifnd lovi.l, lull of ha lowed every thing abou! it n, dear unto us. memotien o.nde ll em dear and .., i'1 " "" ,,:J ro11 , ...,1 l.v .to. i,-a of ibeir lalher, ed away il .d with the circling years, and the wonder. Ktouj-hl br t'.u ill l v ; lliui who i r-,ke in t-umb r l'-gvpiinu ' boi d. 12'-a'. il built tl.iui up lor -I'lU iei,rs I otw ilh-'aalil g their f-in ai d i in'ttitud' bikI w I. etc on earth U thci e i f jiii d a w eeier and ni ire l.e.tri'ir- tii pn'.ri tie f.'iii'j Hi in tit le. I.y ! the nn r i f l'.abi lo:i there w e sat dovv n. ! Yea, wewejt when we r. member, d i Zion. We bull'' our hani oil the willow in the m:d! thv r-.f. r ll.-y that Ciiir.ed Us aay capliv. . I r- quired e! u a son", find ih y t! a' 1 ua.-ted ns r ijuin do! os ttuili, -a; iu : "sil " u .tiirt f the Sottj" of Zion ! I How 1 -t.ll we sing the I-it !'. sof g l l i ftrsi ire biisd. L 1 !i.gt tine, O ! Jeiusalem, let in V t'tgl.i haul l-ug' t ' I t-r rur fiing. If I do tint it niefub.-r , . , bee h-t my tonpn rVave to li e ttnf 1 of my mouth if I prefel n t Jeri.dein j (-,,-"-. n,v c,i. t j ,v Tt .-e oid, n:y f iend, among other tlii g. reveal the lart that in i! .. -v.1,.1 ot li,-. in-, nr.l m.l imii - ttl Israel, iote or rt""" y. is miti I sboull l-c, a cLt rishvd and liviue af - f.ri't-n. U.u on -Ytitt .f the churi Ii ' hve e-H-r'ct.-J an emotion kind-vd with glad In ria tin! c l-me jet ' Would 1'Y-m-ct. sul mil lo le cut in of G.l t' -"t may W in ii, f the j to pride. w Lave ittivMi the ! country -not only ilml she eitt-,nr twain, by the sworl i-f inurrc ci ii I I' -" 'I'' " ' f 'l- i Matt and irij. on ship and ! real Power for good. Lot b. cmsc ' ti nisi ? c -k l-'uglishntt-n, ilml I ..uhl use Iht-iii, a -n. t abusing i t 1 -pie In -ight .! knew m il that ' the God of nation ami of Providem-v ' sjmpi.tl.it..! with Hie tirt Anvrican tli m" and 1 think it nu abuse to u-e ' Miif flag wa r re-pfrted around ', in a common language in a common iIh ib-m. w ' at would ihry doif li land t!. m a an ii!i-5iii-.,i of. a a 1 an in -1 the glol-e, and j t ho ol ti tn.t r li.'ion in a ronimun povrrnnn nt j !.un!d n U I Ah, U ha t) Kn i ul-t liifiVi M ih, ;,.;,. W'liih-i j rot!. it m4 Ufctil thin nd,!cm : and in v. ty Miuttun- (l onr do- j glih p. riiitnri;t dour, hrn f.r rt sd , . 8 '"; " e ' Latiul! ll'id sH ill'- Ol iboM' (hf i i; " 1 r;j.;i , !' r-!.i-e to i..-oi,. t a il t tunt ol i! ( ir I' i ni' n' or? M i'.ii.k th;it imie of ojr Hildti 1 h ue ohiuM faiiiM.-d in ll.u I.,nd -f lUir rj litter, M.:ii.-.f wd.yii Imvc ; 'n?i.'i io .i.-n up mi-ls H rown to li p d and who, n.i it l.t I'ii li re n t l, I nvc In eti j-rrin- -k d. rl.'Tf un !;id conif, iiii . u Yank' iKx.J.e or injj u the Sutr Sjmngh-d Huiiiht as tliejr lemember home to-d:iy, a. id nil tin- wert f life etijo)ed, ere in. id innhition ntnl fin lli hill owed l'it of iotT a;ol oopres ioii h.'d luoki'ii in iindr-r the unity of the S:a!e, n.ay rcali" soim lhitig ot the f tllic i'i(liU;tlio:i iind borrow even while with hrnve henrts and no ! Id.; ililt ul.-e tin y endiirr il) tiilenee. ot tne in'iii'ft exeeutive nu'.hoiities in the l.ind, to ii inb r li'iii.e mid Tluinks giving to Alniihiy Cod. As we giow in year mid cherUli this anni vet fitly in nny thing of its Hue spirit there ui In rs about it more and mure of tender interest, un interest chuijti n ed diid hriohleiied by the e;tJ as well us jo fol changes Ilml time makes with us run! ours. The rtn-oi s fur our hourly and daily tlmnkfuhii-.ss tin: so numerous t Ii:tt we eaur.ut e iunt them, while the reasons fur this annual oalherio are ever weighty reasons lli.it iuh' i'e in our individual condition an I dejiendene -, in our .social l ei. il ions in mil' ei i. priv ih gi s, educational and religious opportiiniiies and hopes, in the abundance Mihcrcd, as the tt u'l of our hila r b.r man and bent in that (.toil has dune us pood, in gi inp uk rain lioni lit aven iii'l fi uillul seits ens liliin i -ii r hiiots wiih food and p!,idlls. While wecaiiliot overloi. k thee iind s ! 1 1 i j 1 1 in t lofpei to jlce thiuila n, tin tlii' Lonjnr oil his bene (it., tin re is one matter that re-ts )et m ilh peculiar wiiht uj o i all oiir li'.d that is lite sliil perilous eoii'ii ion ol our comiuon po land. i'e cii niol forget "our Jeni-ah-m," her j- v or her soriow, tin: Divine judge ment on ll.e one hand, and the Divine favor on lln- other, Inward In r. We cannot forget that it is amid the c'a-h of arms and the toar of can non the nalioii is called to give devout Thankgiv iug to Almighty God. Wc ciiiiniil to'; that l!:eie are bleeding hciis-t-s -'d ho i es iu vast iiuy slut v in caiilivi s lo mimuers whom the tones ol I raiH and gheliiL'SS may see n ili-e.ii da ,t, and yd with (hem, and iciV lis all, there is occasion largo and i i -per:. live for Thanksgiving. A ml, 1st, in the fact lhal w e hav e a country with all its departments of power Kxeeutive Legislative and Judicial, that we may and should love, and saved frail ihicatentd ruin by the kind lVovidcncc of Heaven. Yes, we have a country of our own, iu which we may l.ve, and under whose Government we are free to mingle in 1 'raire and prayi r to-day. Had it not bei n the lend who was on our side vve should not have ibis good. I: is an obi maxim that blessings brigl.lt n as they take (heir (light. There has b-1 n (no doubt) iu all our I. earls an d in all our past life, the luve if our country. We have thought 0 len and proudly of our native laud. We have even boasted of. our goodly heritage- of its expansion and strength. We have it juiced in its sterling ances try in its national birth; in the rich at oiiiiily civil and religion privileges 1 e eiii cnjr)nl in d yet as in cvtry other e tuir.on and every day favor, n is ii. iit: difficult to realize iis full val ue, until ihualencd lo Le. taken away M'i" ' t1"' w ba-e borne to our country, and the j K'aiitude due Ileav. n Irouiour hearts th. j " wj-m. e leel tin- rt i. vanry ! of this s. ntimeul, m relate n even to ; the Home td our clnldlioi d. We re- nielnber as eln, ren, tint I vve lovetl t haupes o ken place- li e Mi.io.-M l.a'Uie nan i.v -so great that ll.e ol.l Home . i ..... i i ... ,.. l.itil ti.-r-n latikloi li'i. l aii-nl- nt,.l . . , . . . J . kindred lens have been put into tl.,. - ......... . - Iiiokcu u;i. I in i-nt- lilel silent giave. The old I loin- nil-ad 1 gone iiitti oil r I anil- and .-lia r child ren n an) .1 ovr the li -Ids wl.t-r.: we trtdit kt d a ni o'ior's l.n e- aie m .-ii in I j' - ,:: dear ( Id lo iiiis hi .1 lung absence Iia iea T it t.aoiow over me m'i-im il at we ei ttr wiiii loll hearite.'t tt n tii ri i t., into ihe spirit of ll.e song. - I!..- ti. ..f ti. lbv h- an nr.- I;., s,-( fw . if my- t,iri!-1-1, W h, n l, s.. r .ta j-r, -. m C.- i I ..v t-ii.-i 1, Xlv ri.- j-.t., l.iv ti,-t i n In Th t ; .Kr.-t rt,", l.'tt-l 1-4 (Ti ll. i !j, W,'-i(.-!:0'j'.'a-;.l., tt v it.. ; :! .n.i :ir.- e.'ii I tut 4l,st 1 - it, k ;-.rt t.,iau'l i. ;l -,' l.-;-l L'.ii Ml lo tti, . : :! t".;a,-l 1-1..- J.. I, A,L lfcs.1 tu..- t 15.1.- a.it. j :., .,, :,;l ,V;--i , 'i I , i.-' !' '1 1.. '.i.l t !. 3 t"-' 1 '1 fer ia.-- tt". r, st in And so it is w iih our country, il is io! periiaps uijtil some rutnier nit a- der taoui-1 de-olaie it oim ne traitor- -u band tb-stoy i, iiat our love of foiiotrv u itihv iiri.ii-.,!. Up !:;. u n. te k i ni-g mi- i laiieai ol our .iatiA.f - al l'r 4oia and Power. AV 1 iiu h-to Ira 1 in tin? dut until i i . . - i t i ; inn ) inrn tate ku h in na bartni ; ! dimiaiii and un il a hroiher hand tore it from iH i-di t.il and a hroihtr luot ; ' Irtimidi-d utMin it, I hat ferl the full iifiv i iinr a.i 'mill poul' : -i ihu, i It , ver. !r I'rii m-i .IiaII Mumt !M.-t. Itit-lr la- il nr amt tlir r' tl,-ifc.lali,rtl. IS;, ll all I U !'t M.I 11 fttV. Il 1W II .'., ; .. , I," ",7 ""'!, oil , ' a a ai.. 1 f'. h- "r rttuw II t jnal, W - I,. I. ,it, in,.. - An4 I4.b W Mr Ami tin-Mrs,,,-,ark-. lUnmrlo lriinii.li -lull waf ; JjC made liillltogcni OUK, and HO eh Hted , Y e liae lill-'Ul toiciidcr praise un l.r ll; ii.. il ll,,- fr,-c aiiti lti iiullivf IU- ttra, i . . , . , , n i . . i . i l . . That we bate reason to h.ve ur "d punlnd that they fhall jnld In: to (,o,l, that vnr gnu rn tiui.t u a pow cui.try, nolwithstHtvling all her faults J ' ftt!y "f " Pvert,ment at j m nny one id the old Ktatcs-tbi.t the ninerle.-t u.s n Koine l .iiors ol ! lie.;- eoiiKiitntive and ndininistraiii e d s eiis:itioiis. I need not stop to prove. And surely when we consider tor a moment the danger that f'ill exitts, tbal it might pa- away, or be borne down the t unvot of anarchy and ruin by the tlnotls of blood and in the rage of frulrieidal faction, have we not reas on to love her still ihe di arer, and render devout praise to Him, who holdeth the destiny of nations ns of individuals in h;s hum's, that out country siill li--es that our Jerusalem remains, and Iroin the se.at of .Nation al Power n l'roelamatiuti may come forth com lied in such true aid pious si rains, calling us to the sweet and hallowed service ol thit day. Yes, we have a country yet we thank ihe LoulGodof our Father, and we love her the more for the dangers thai are llirealened her, lor the f urs even we have entertained (hit she would be whelmed in the firry nhyss dug and enkindled by oureouini an brother hood who have plotted her overthrow. I ask ni) self to-day, w hat if the un hallowed and treacherous ih signs of the rebellion had sueeei di'd ? what if the constitutionally tleeled President had never been iuagurated at Wa-h-inpton ? what if the capitol had (all en into the hands ol our enemies? what if the free States had been bun ded and laid wasle ? what il ihe iirmii s of the Slurfocriiri had pu-hed their way to Hunker 11 ill ami I here iheir roll call ofrduveiy had been trumpi't etl iu sigh! of old Fanin I Hall ? what if in every tity in ihe broad Iind n procession ha I been formed as in the city of Memphis, months ego, and ta ken the old Flag of the I'uio i and buried il iu a giavesix feet deep, with oaths and curses, that it might never have a resurrectii u 1 w hat wou'd there have been left of our country as it w as and is? would not lehabod have been written upon nil that constitutes Ihe National glory ? For say what the rebellious may that division is ail tin y wanted -that to he let alone is their only wish tin ir only th'Mre to cut us in twain ;'iiy them only the Horn share the Capital the grave of Washington and ll.e mighty Mi-sissippi still, did they not know, as one, that if they had succeeded in the nuid sU'empt, their hearts would have been inlhuned by the passion of a complete cwuy of the land ? Division bythcsword.nnd what sane person coti d have dreamed that a division could be effected in any oth er way ? is not only the siaiple mat ter of cutting us in twain, but in this case it ! ati assault upon tin fust prinrfflis of law and vr!r that base a Democratic Government, and the peculiar civilization lint has piven character to our National Freedom, ami vigor and purity lo our . National institutions. In this ease, there are brought in direct colli-ion two kinds of civilization (if we may call that civ iliz it i n based on iifriciu servitude) two systems of government and social order, so aniiigonitic arc they that they cannot dwell tcgethcr in prace. ''I'. one m :isl su.'eomb to the other, a:,J hid the syVun if '.nought and g iVi rnn.ci t lit .t pave lise lo, and cul minated in the leln lllon became dom inant, who does not know that it mint have liiki n nos-a-Ssion of, and ruled the l.n d. In that case, our rountiy lo-day -a I that c ft el is included in its real and radical in-ti utions of 'true and in inly fi'iedoui. wiih its 'capitals and fit e and Deino.j ,-ilie Government, would leive became l.ke unto Sodom, nt d its. culture and home, li'.p unto Gomorrah. Nny, no mind c.n fully conn ive, or toi gue utter the doleful i-iiiiili ion mi- hou!d he in to-iLiv. loo . . j ttt.J,.rale design, of lb- rebellion, j - ( fr t.UinU. lilui,r-W3 in:uuu.:l. - i -,- , - ,.,, ..,, ,,1 I ,1. .... .In. . r. "1 "I" rt ' " I'1 .'I"'l Ol , . . - ,..... ,.. , i. ... tiuiore, in taking posses. j.ai of our Capital and 'in o'ertui ning thi-i Gov 1 1 :i i enl. succeeded. When we consider thi-. and lake account of the present order of things, discordant a it is. in sonic respects the f spect yet paid to law, iiotwilh- ; Mandn g ihe bloody riot that hai e j eoiitpK u ; w e no not love our country i Mother at d Sisters, to Ihe cry lo 'ii-tutl ed our ciiies, the z ill an-l i bee n.: e w e htije lor or desire her t n-: ravr t ur i o il. 'ry from the iron heel safety of our Ca; i'al. ihe general pro-j larg'iiienl. lie lute il us ii isnot,( an oppie-ite oligart U l.ke a ; periiy lb it prevail throughoui the tuore no less. 'Ihe pt opbi aie op-1 thund-r'u g pint suddenly mou.-d '.. loyal State; nay, as we fe.d (hat with j po-ed to division, ntnl they are equal-: the nation did -prii g lo it f. et and ad that may If aid to the coniniry i ly psed to expansion, i ru-I.ed In ntin. The plowman our fi.nernment i stronger lo-day j '1 he Goveriiui. nt is cp-''td to di-'. left the fuiiow ; the Smilb dropp than ever ; that whenever its laws ! tifion. 'I his i$ plain ; where iri there tl hit bainim r on theanvil ; Journey- are reflected, it power is felt as a protection, challenging tl. respect of its btiierest ft's nt Iiotne ami anrvad, have wc not new and augume.nted rea - ton to ljie our country, and give it ..L lion a l.n 1..: t,ir,,l j At)'XiH, we fnouiu nave Our love Ot country aroused to day. nd give thunk main in itricr and ind i".it!,!f i! . i . :. i .. . .. i . i . :. ' mir ui i ;;"" u la made for on cuiintry ai d no mn We itdmit that it is a large dtiinnin j ; t ndinit that ftiiirdietiiioii tun) . ariM iioiii ine hiwumt, t u neoi !e covering so large a rmin- : . try, streching from the fioeii Niih j to the SuntiT South fiomtbe Allan-' tic lo the Pacific ft rounirv cm aid -i of funportlnjr t litindreds of million,; " "--'UMgioii i imm, c imm i int.. apprehensions may arise in our minds soinelnnes, as this same inquiry is Mar led, and vtl, when we remember that we have the -none essential rt legion the Mime language and in lovewi h ihe lain" toi in i f g-.vi rmut nt and bound togeiber by bonds ol a common nnd teven d inn e-stry, and that the facili ties for trade or commerce nrc so easy and rapid that the extreme ends of the land may he reachi d in -a week and by t'lediic wire in less than a mintile; nay, when it is consideietl tliiit there is no w i.-doni on earth adequate lo the task of setiling to nu entire fatisfac tion, where the dividing line shall lie, if there is to be one, or w hich putty shall hold the grave of Washington, or the oul-llow of the Mississippi nay, more, when we consider the fact, that already in those portions of the Union where the factions of secession bus raged with the utmost bitterness, jet, when overcome by our tinny, theie is found at heart a deep love for the old Union, rising above, even the love for their domestic institutions (Afiicuu Slavery.) have we noi reason lo be lieve, amid our fears, that are t volv ed from a know ledge of a deprav ed human i nture, and the known ami biller haired of the Yankees, as nil loyal men are called that what ''God bus joined Together," He has not pur mii rd that u.iin shall put asiindt r, lather He has designed this country, t,ow occupied by Ihe Anglo Saxon race and within the sweep of the old Union, to be one and Indivisible now and forever. And especially may we believe this, as she rock against which our baik has sti uck, nnd split us well nigh asunder is out of Ihe way. At all events vve cannot live in peace un divided where lint rebellion would cut us asunder and as it does it. Wc talk about war, but w ho does not know, that even if the in.'lcpc ndatice of tin Souihei n Confcdeinry should he es tablished any where, that us the chil dren of Judal. nnd Israel were ever iu a quarrel and at war, after the le ln 1 1 ii n lo the two Govern ments. The dividing line to the flow of the great Mississippi cannot be found and fixed. You may as well talk of finding the proper line of dividing the jugular vein, or lln: great arteries of the body, so us to produce- nnd piolong lite li the above. This country is one and we love it as such, and, we are thank ful tluit a kind Providence has scliled this question for us. We desi:e no farther expansion North or .South Knsl or West. It is large t nnugh vve admit. And here I would enter nu humble piotest nga list the argument found iu tin; North i riiish Review the nfgan of the Free Presbytci ian Chinch, of old Scotland an argument lo prove that the old Union is doomed lo be bivken in asunder. And why ? Among this reasons as.-igned is, '"that the luve of the Union, and the piime object to restore it are t'o the end, ihai a mighty concept! m of universal Km pirc may be realized," that our Gov ernment is daz.k'd with the same ob ject that led sin Alexander to conquer a wot Id and as all Universal Kingdoms have licked th'j dust, so oms must. He says that the. fundamental idea that inspire the Federal Contest, in that Amerca belongs to Americans, that Canada and Mexico are lo be governed at Washington that the liiitirh are lo be (-xpeiled on both sid.- ai d that Russia even is to be driven across lieirinps Straits! ami hence ihe Federal Govt rnmei t oughl crntnent nt nil hazards in put tit g down to give up the emit, M and the mad j the rtbell on, il is a grave inquiiy, ambition of the people be crushed, and j why under the favoring Piov ideme will be. Now this, I imagine, is a new j ,f God ha il not been done? And idea. I never heard it or saw it. We j the niiswt r is, we do not love our conn know that as a icaliiy it does not x-' fy s we should. Thcr is a in w at d ist. It is the VHim st chimera of the j i, i rihleei isi- ujxiii Uf.ihat ought lohave writer brain. j been avoid, d, and wo d 1 if the wheels The people friendly lo one Union ' of Gov eminent had t ot been blocked of -.tates are not in favor of expansion. I by apathy and sclfi-hi ess of its nr .! It has bet fi the desirt: of the AY.re tmiatrs nioiie io anin x iropicui icrnor- ies lo our iiatioiuil domain, while hi- Ms been a It i rible eene to look upon, lory is clear, that no important imm- j no gninib r . r itioie snblime f et lai le her of the northern people even, tri-r cV.jiii human nfTaiis do I know than the sired the annexation of Canada to us,' rciq wise made by the million f our no one errr desired it as a mutter t,J Fathers lion i.nd -III others, nay, naiioiiiu govcrninel on Hie giobe i but w dial i ? Is not England, wlose ; r.mpire ftrcicne across t-cas ami over ' oceans, whose boast i that her ten:- j I'-rie never fee the sun set; ic she ; noi in tii-i-d to iiivisii,tn anil even re- iifumin w i.nrt rr in ir iuc uuniaiu j they may w cur? and li-y gu'an' oftrn '.k n l .........! I.. I..... I I ... nmi 'iinjr -" I" Di d did it not cruh ii otit, hy t!u t XFctitum ol nunc ol li e ur M luind- i d nu n the ir.d ticrmw t c Uh 1 in.n .n i"n"i"n vi'iim i i- 1-,,.,.-. t .. i uivunii, inai u tiueui noi io ne oivni ed, ai d to-day, though ihe attempt bit bet n, iindnu.de on a g;paniie scale, fired by the lust ot power and ot op- pres-tion, jet it idtiot In fact divid-d. ... . n-v ' . ,-o. ..t o, ' of every one of ll.t ni. 3d. l'.ul my friends, while t may well come into tlie J louse ol the Lord today nnd lender piaise and Thanks g vi iy to God wilh the assemblies ol li s petq le throughout the land that we have "a .Ii iiimiIi iu" hnv e a coun try, w ! .lch to us is a home ami bless ing, and also render pmi.-e that is not divided in fuT ; ytt the present crisis of our nfj'uirs lifter all that has been aeciiipiished should awolen in us a new, tj iiltal and srlfsacrijiciny yatri otinn. We are not lo forget amid all our other duties nnd the pre-sing demands upon us, to "seek our highest and im i oi ImI good ; we cannol lo. get thee, O Jet u-h1i in, or the perilous condition of our beloved html. Ihe slru, gle is not yt t over- -in one .-bse, ihe question of the lime is noi y et scull d. Notwithstanding all our v ietories on laud and on sea, though our capital is Mill safe ;yet th conflict ie not ended. Our sons and our broth ers are in the licld. War vvi.h all its bloody horrors eapiivily wilh nil its terrors stare us in the face. The ic bellion lives. Richmond and Charles ton defy our anus ai d the roar of the inviideis caunoi.ry can be beaid by our Pre-idenl as he fits iu the chair of slate. Say what we phase couifin I ourselves as we may to-day, lilt our la ai in iu gpiiiitude (o Him it we should lor its inestimable favors, iu the year of rich and large abun dance, in the fn edoni from pestilence or famine ii. the prompt and fell' sacrificing manner, the th mauds of the government huv e been met by the j eo ple nt I a r.:e ; jet it tiiinot be denied, that we have reach' d anoiher ctisis in history of the rebellion, that is to draw more ne. ply upon the Jove we hi nr our country than ever. It is pleasant for us to look on the bright side of o .r i. flair. We praise God anew, that lie hath given us a bright side lo look upon, and yet there is a dm k side. Fond Mothers see il in large numbers; noble and selfsac rifieing Fathers feel il, iu multitudes. The rebellion is not y t crushed ; the Right arm of i's ower though weak cued, is not broken, nnd while we re joice in our abundance and our com forts, ten or fill ecu thousand of our brave and noble soldiers pine in hos lile and tarnishing captivity. And, why is all thi.-? Shall we answer this question as real truth demands us to answer it '( We have not possess ed true h.ve of country, sufficient to induce i'i us the sacrifice necessary, In tlo in fat l what we have su olb n re--olvciltodo, in oui public speeih's and flaming resolution that we wi uhl do, by the power of the sword and nt whatever cost oflifc flr means, ciush the rebellion. Our decimated ru'ils hare vol been filled. The call of the Government lor men lias not been responded too, in true and loyal l ive. The shifts, frauds nnd nvowmt i.ls to avoid the pr-yment of just taxation and the prejudice existing against the law of drab big, after till possible i ffoi Is had be e made to secure volunteers had failed, testily lojiitinst us. And w hy nil this, it not that there is a Inck in us of that urc and selfs8i-rif!c;ng patriot ism that fl otihl exist to ccinpleie (he woik so nobly begun and si magnan imously curried forward. Into quel), lions that d.vide public men nnd even Mailmen, questions of policy, ol cause, I am not to i titer, but so long as the e il pn le-st iilv in il paitusft solemn fivowaliii.il will, to sustain the Gov d fiiem's. And yet we cannot forget : w hiit l a- teen none. 1 es tliouh it tui-n lift .uic and Us coudoris ; the desk a-d she tounler tl.t . h.t.1 ril tlie toliepe ; iney l.ave gi.oe in in il.e mountains, tfom prairira, fiotu the tountry and frmn the city; the le- e-tnlur;(i of t-rerv ram - Inn to tr i in ri riy i. in ami Ol ail poniit ni ji, r. ' tits,frth r ai d motl.eis U-irc snrrnid. iind tin" ido if thfir !r!lny ant", ! La r jaid, my iln, (Iixl l! vui. ; Tin y lse idd to llin inddr i nt i j nimt, )! nip Mi'thir and M n pi," and In I tn t' mr n Knintrj. j 1 In ir h a hair r fann'-t fcrr git it tod.ij. and aroiidit wciulif, ' i lidurnl lMird-lii' a p od wdd.cr-- liaidihiii hose iiilt ii-it y of mlhiinj j can nctrr l't uticicd, and lv tlii . un j dm!- ol tkon-am' lmvr Mcrifn-n! ' for h, and biul a lh..iiMi d hi nit couldn't be gralef'til enough., Wc owe tin m a luiiting d. bt, raibt r we owe il lo God, who kindled ll.eir hearts to filch e!f-nei ifieing cnihu'i asm, and taught thcni Jo lender lh Uturiou saci if.ee, Ve feel deeply that it is by the sacrifice already luiitle in camp and on the buttle lit l,l, that may bo numbered by ihe bundled and the thousand that we yet have a country and n lioin. J:i the hour of the. rations per, 1 undi r God, il w ihe right mm ot the soldier mad i bare for us, that Mtved ii. eowe to that, that J't.wvr must tnrel loner. There wsk i o al crniitive. The sword was unsheathed not by our desire, or by our act, but unshealhi d nnd ter rible buttles and bWly scenes and nil the carnage and ileyiisiiitmn of civil war must settle the civ il feud. Il whs a terrible iiltei indite, i.nd it grows moif and mote Icrrilie and fifcintul. The saeiiliee bus bei n tnadu and yi t the Rebellion live. 'I liniijjh broken iu n-oitdcr, though fmced to give up slale afti r state, though we believe il day are numta red, it yet lirrs and depreciate war ss we may nnd should, though the heiiit sickens in view of brother smiting luolhir, lint wen ay 1 at g our harps on iho wil lows when we n member Zion our past history and with the Prophet Judith curing out his soul in hi la mentations over his scatlend and bro ken people we cry, "For tin se thing I wicp, mine eye mine eye run eih down with water mine eyes do fill with tears for ihe destruction of the daughter of my people,' and yet ibn same issue cxi. Is We must th ai with bids, sad anil f. inful fads a i they aro and as the God of Providence has placed them Lt f. re i s. Atiung tin id is this plain one, sei n by lis till that our armies are lo he alignment, tl by and binve and loysl soldiers; from, homes alr.aly in mourning, from amongest us, or the huge sncrifice al ready iiintle nnd the hop. a idrt inly en kindled tie advai.ci tnent already secured will prove an utter lo?s nnd evei. rise up, like a ghost lo haunt ai d harrow our peace and our dm'h beds. I nsk if the voice that t pt nks from our own soldiery, if the voice that coi'ne up Iii m liHtile fieltls fiom the giavcs ol the depart ed could be heard by ns, what would it .' ay. " T.tetl'ition it must le jrc rr td! The Constitution it must It sus taiwd! Tht Lows, thru must he eti- forced!" Rut how? liy flaming find palmitic resolution,? lly ch-qucui ap peals fiom the forum or pulpil, tn.ni those whose position and age nnd circu m lanrei ketq them n ihelrcom foi lahh: homes or by gt lie roll dona lions to benevolent associMlions for the soldiers welf.ne, not with theie Miotic, but by the sword. 'I here mu. t b't prayer there must be laxalioii, (here there must be sacrifice i f various kind and ytt it has come lo this nnd it le ninins still, we cannot CMape it, iho swoid of tloininant powti must cut the goidinn knot (f our troi.blcs. And that ihe 'Vvvord tuny not be used in vain" there must he wen to wield it. There must be found binve hcnrl In stand behind ni d by mighty pulsation urge the swoid lo do the dire work ofdcnlh. 1 his is the divine will we believe it, ti ough we tumble at our own words. We hi In ve il or how could we pray ? praise to flay. Tl is then in ihe pntrioibtn we luel in Ihe-e days, not only a patriotism of seniimei t I ut ot real deeds nt d cmtly sacn'fe. Wo may honestly differ about the inCMMiie of our gnvernmt nt hut iu sane man it seems to n;c can tl it er on this one point thai asihiii;' sre.ns the rebi I i in is the last and ihe first earthly power to be used lo insure a holing and teal peace is lo rcuie from and by ti e swoid. And heiico it is, i hiit as we forget not our Jerusa lem to tiny nnd praise God that it is not in utter ruins, we tu t d to be in fpired wilh a new -more f a rific'riff h.ve cf country, that will imal u-, by by nil that Im been done, by the grave of tho-o who have fallen from jour own fan ilies, by the haidships i already endured, lo y u Id to the new j and impe rati e cull of ihe government ! Who ol us is rot (onvinci d that the jshorleM way lo bring thi bloody con- diet lo an ind, is lo oveiKiwer the en jemy of our beloved land by dint v( number s ell n courage? Why move not sooner ihe a nny of the Po- tomne ? It is lo our shame we lay it for want of men ! We l eed iben, ! on this uutiiversaty Thanksgiving day, j not only lo t iler our gia'etul scknol j tlgenn iit to our Heavenly Father ! that we l ave a country yet, and pre laeived from utter ruin, but to be bap ; i't.d anew into the npiiit of eunseer : tion lo ht-r prc.cnl condition and de ' mand. Pa f toiisai like eteiy wiser af I Pction i of no wuith, has no virtue in it liiib s ii iniltirt sm-rifers to secure the beM go I f tl e object loved, and sacrifice tu ihi lt. I hi we talk of a heavy tune r al debt ? but w hat is riches worth, Without to.nlry ; what value i hind, siok and wiom; ,-. bfe itelf, r h-rr r.a ,tionaI integrity nixl I bfrfy sre b-,t ?