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should be brought under arms, for we know not what day the British red coats in Canada may be pitched in upon us. But there are offensive steps to be taken as well as defensive. Our reciprocally treaty with Canada should be overhauled, and Canada should be made to feel that her cause and the cause of the North are one. WhatCanada should be made to feel that her cause and the cause of the North are one. What we want as an offset to British interference in our civil war is American interference in England and Canada, re-developing to the utmost there the abolition and antCanada, re-developing to the utmost there the abolition and anti-slavery furore. If we have Irish orators here that can re-tread in safety the soil of Ireland, let them go, as commissioners, and touch the Irish heart once more. and: "The fact that the British Government is sending an unusual force to Canada, makes it necessary that the United States should do something, as a matter of knowledge of real danger. If, in response to the armaments England has sent to Canada, our frontier should bristle with guns and be put in a position for either offe