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he was dependent for products essential to her welfare. Slavery in Brazil, in Cuba, in other countries, received no attention from English philanthropists; it was only slavery in America that excited their horror and aroused their energies. It was to America that they sent emissaries, stirring up the smouldering embers of fanaticism in New England, and urging on that war of aggression upon Southern Rights which has culminated in the present bloody struggle. It was abolition authors like Mrs. Stowe, and fugitive negroes from the Southern States, who were made the companions and pets of the British nobility. All the moral aid and comfort that any nation could give to say cause on the face of the earth was given by Great Britain to the abolition cause in America, and never, till the Union was dissolved, did England ever discover that there was more than one side to the American slavery question, and that the South was entitled to be heard at the tribunal of nations.--Since that period