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An amendment to the Constitution wanted. There is a great deal said in Congress about negro suffrage, negro equality, negro rights, and all that, and amendments to the Constitution are offered to meet the several points.--We have no doubt all parties will agree that negroes should be on an equality with the whites in one respect, and that is, that they should have the privilege of working for a living like the whites. Therefore an amendment to the Constitution is wanted which will make the niggers work. Here is a chance for Sumner, Wilson, Wade, Thad. Stevens, and all the rest. The sugar plantations in Louisiana, to say nothing of the cotton plantations all over the South, are anxiously awaiting an amendment to the Constitution that will reach this subject.-- New York Herald.