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like all reformed sinners, when they fall, he has become ten-fold more the progeny of Satan than before. Like the man deserted for a time by one devil, and having the chambers of his soul swept and garnished, when, the old inhabitant returns, he brings with him seven other devils, and the end of that man is worse than the beginning. Brooks is not only a red-hot war man again, but he has become a rampant Abolitionist. He is hale fellow well met with Horace Greeley, and the bedfellow of Fred Douglas, Wendell Phillips, and Dr. Tying. He has gone over to that party--American citizens of African descent, body, boots, breeches, and soul, the last an article of baggage which could be easily packed away in any pocketbook that would hold a quarter of a dollar. We cannot say with a contemporary that we feel sad in contemplating the final fall of James Brooks from rectitude and virtue. He did not fall far enough to hurt him. Our only wonder is at the tremendous fall of greenbacks, for they