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The Northern and Southern tariffs --Groans of the Britons — Brilliant Prospects for the South. The New York Post (Black Republican,) is in a most dismal state of mind on the revenue question. The Morrill Tariff vs. a Free Southern Tariff, it reasons, will not raise revenue. "The Government," it says, "without special authorization from Congress, will have no power to create a line of customhouses along the North Carolina and Tennessee frontier, or to cover the Arkansas border with s
nducement with them to take this course."
The New York Herald says:
"The adoption of the old United States tariff by the Southern Confederacy strikes a heavy blow at the foreign commerce of New York and the other Northern cities.
The Morrill tariff of the Northern Government imposes nearly double the duties on some articles of merchandize which the Southern tariff imposes, and in many cases the rates amount to an absolute prohibition.
The result of this must necessarily be to drive