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wherever the blacks are more numerous than the whites. By some unnatural idiosyncrasy, all Senator Sumner's sympathies are lavished upon negroes, in antagonism to the interests of the race to which he is supposed to belong. Such is his passion for the negro that he would lay the train for St. Domingo massacres from the Susquehanna to the Rio Grande, and he would bright the Christian civilization of the Caucasian race in order to substitute the cannibalism and fetishism of the King of Dahomey. Having played his part in breaking up the American republic of white men, this fanatic is now engaged in the work of preventing its reunion. Mr. Sumner maintains that the Southern States cease to belong to the union, and therefore we of the North may treat them as we please — they are beyond the pale of the constitution. Territorial Governments must be established, and we will rule them with a rod of iron. Now, if the Southern States are not legally within the Union, what are we wa