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not take them home to them and give them the freedom of their cities on terms of equality. No, no. That, to use their own vile money-making phrase, "wont pay." If Cuff thinks he is to exchange his plantation home for the Plysium of Boston or New York when he is seized by the Yankees, or runs away from his master, he is very much or America, we do not exactly perceive.--Africa, however, seems the more probable, for the Yankees want all the land on this continent, and do not design to spare Cuff a foot. All the Yankee States, Mr. Lincoln says, will pass laws to rid themselves of him, and so nothing is left for Cuff but Africa. Now, if there is any one thCuff but Africa. Now, if there is any one thing he dreads more than another, it is living where there are no white people. He knows that he cannot trust his own color. He has a perfect horror of Liberia on that account, and he will not go there, if it cost him his life to avoid it. Lincoln proposes to abolish the Courts of law in all the countries held by his armies,