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is hand to stab the white man, but was prevented from doing any injury by a policeman who came up. This ended the difficulty on Saturday. Yesterday morning a delegation of white men went into Mr. Lorillard's factory and insisted that negroes should not be allowed to work there. Mr. Lorillard said he would comply with the request, and stopped his colored laborers from working.--About one o'clock in the afternoon over a thousand white laborers, women and children, assembled in front of Mr. Watson's factory, armed with clubs, brickbats, stones, and other missiles, and commenced a headlong assault on the windows. Several policemen had been previously secreted in the building to protect the negro workmen in case of the threatened attack. As soon, therefore, as the rioters entered the door, they endeavored to rush up to the second story, where the negroes were.--Here they were met by the policemen, who succeeded in preventing their ascent. One of the assailants then set fire to a pa