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ial and political results." What does the Review mean by "political results?" The only exception to the general prosperity of the British colonies is their West India possessions. Notwithstanding the abolition proclivities of the writer, he is forced to admit that "the West Indies have palpably and notoriously retrograded, bWest Indies have palpably and notoriously retrograded, both in prosperity and equalization, since the emancipation of the negro slave." The population of Jamaica at the last census amounted to 377,433, of which only 15,776 were Europeans. "It is, we fear, a fact incapable of being denied, that this, the oldest colony of England, is considerably misgoverned, as it has confessedly fallen inly to the world that the African will not labor." It is quite natural that Great Britain should desire to reduce the Southern States of America to the same condition as her West India possessions; but how any American can co-operate with her in that policy, can only be explained by "the madness which goeth before destruction."
Another English Prince will shortly visit this country. It is Prince Alfred, the second son of Queen Victoria, who has left the ship Euryalus, and will join the St. George, a larger vessel, which will sail early next year for the West Indies and North America.