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hing that could prevent the abolition of her slavery. This was the main cause. He maintained that it was true, that unless there was such a separation slavery would be finally abolished in the South. In the first place, the North hates slavery — hates it willingly, and hates it intentionally. An administration was about to be inaugurated founded upon this hate. To satisfy any mind that might doubt this proposition, he then read a few sentences from a speech delivered by Lincoln, in October, 1858, wherein he said that he always hated slavery as much as any Abolitionist; that he was always an old line Whig; and that if he was in Congress he would vote for the abolition of slavery. These were pregnant sentences. Hatred of slavery as extreme as hatred can exist. His political principle is that his action against slavery is not to be restrained by the Constitution of the United States, even as interpreted by the Supreme Court. This is the sentiment of the chosen leader of the