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l the past, and the two were very confiding and even patriotic over their cups upon the subject of Southern Barbarians and the Sorrows of the Poor African. It is impossible to over-estimate the exultation of that "devilish sly" creature, Brother Jonathan, over the manner in which he pulled the wool of Abolitionism over the eyes of John Bull, so that he could not see the glitter of the rich mine in the Southern States. Only think of the exquisite communion of Mrs. Stowe and the Duchess of Sutherland, the sweet things said to the broken-headed Sumner, and the affectionate demonstration which made even the wily Seward sure of England, and what must be the agony of Jonathan at the discovery that all this time the venerable Bull has been seeing through him, has perfectly understood all his clever tricks, is quite competent to advance his own interests at every suitable opportunity, and has never altogether forgotten nor forgiven certain old scores! The truth is, if England should neg