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ays done what they could to put it under the ban in Christendom. We had a right to argue from the past to the future. If the North has done all it could in the past, so it will in the future, and if it can, will abolish slavery in the States. The speaker alluded to the fact that the North is constantly acquiring the power to abolish slavery by the acquisition of new States. The public territory is practically Northern territory, and every State that comes in will be a free State. Kansas should satisfy every one of that. These additions will go very near to bringing the power of the North high enough to change the Constitution so as to suit their own views. There is also a process going on by which some of the slave States are becoming free States. In some the slave property is on the decrease.--The census shows this to be the case in Delaware and Maryland, and in other States on the same parallel the relative increase and decrease is against the slave population. The an
The sufferings in Kansas. Chicago, Feb. 16.> --W. F. Arny publishes to-day a petition from the Territorial Legislature of Kansas. The Legislature, now in session, setting forth the sufferinKansas. The Legislature, now in session, setting forth the suffering people of Kansas as gratefully acknowledging the liberality of the people in furnishing food and clothing for the destitute, asks from the Legislature appropriations for the purpose of buying one huKansas as gratefully acknowledging the liberality of the people in furnishing food and clothing for the destitute, asks from the Legislature appropriations for the purpose of buying one hundred thousand bushels of spring wheat, and a sufficiency of corn in time for spring planting. He says, I have just returned from Kansas, and have with me statistics taken from reports of townshiKansas, and have with me statistics taken from reports of township committees, who have applied for relief at Atchison, who show 222 townships with 47,000 destitute persons. In my trip of ten days in the interior of Kansas, I found over seventy teamsters with frozKansas, I found over seventy teamsters with frozen feet or hands, several of whom, it is feared, will lose their feet. Teams are reduced to skin and bones, too weak for long journeys South and West, and unless legislative aid is furnished hundreds