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? Where did Lynch law, the bowie-knife, and the duellist originate but in the South? Is not repudiation purely a Southern institution? Who was it that showed their sympathies against England in the Russian war but the entire Democratic party, which for forty years has been a Southern institution? The Whigs were with England, but the Democrats cheered the Russian arms. These are all Southern institutions, and certainly negro slavery is not an institution of the North. Where, then, does England find food for sympathy with the damned traitors in this hell-born conspiracy? Was it the North or South who sent the contributions to Ireland in their distress? [Hear, hear.] Was it the North or South who put the flags at half- mast on the death of Havelock? [Cheers.] And tell me, gentlemen, who received the son of your Queen with open arms, but the proud children of our Northern country? Boiling over with good will to England, we took the Prince and embraced him, because we loved this