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e are quite willing that Lincoln and Davis should stand before the world as representative men of their two sections. But, in spite of all the wrongs and robberies which the South has suffered' from Northern abolitionism, and the fact that the North deliberately selected Lincoln as its representative man, we will do it no such injustice as to avail ourselves of the advantage which its own action has placed in our hands. A section which can boast such names as O'Conner, Dickinson, Everett, Winthrop, &c., even though they cannot be elected to office, cannot be said to be entirely represented by such a person as Lincoln, The conservative minority in the North are among the noblest of mankind. Conservatism in the South is a recommendation to official promotion and honors, and may not be always disinterested; in the North, it signs a man's political death- warrant. Yet in every city, in every town and county of every Northern State, there are some men who cheerfully submit to perpetual