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hat beneath all his benignity of language there was a strong undercurrent of sympathy with the North, and of repulsion towards the South; that we must infer his feelings towards our seceding States from his hereditary animosity towards rebellious Poland; and that his expressions of friendship for the United States were intended only for the Northern States that are about entering upon a grand enterprise for the liberation of millions of slaves, such as he himself has just accomplished in the libments at Forts Lafayette and McHenry, and the domiciliary barbarities practised in Baltimore. France is the strongest military power in the world; Great Britain the strongest naval power, and the English people the freest in the world, besides the Southern. These two Powers are certainly not our enemies; and so if the partitioners of Poland turn against us, and would, desire the North, with Hessian soldiers to make a Poland of the South, why we should have to make the most of the misfortune.