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earnestly bent upon destroying the Union of these States, and she never rested until she had completely succeeded. It was not altogether through fear of them as a political rival, although they had grown to such an extent as to have become formidable to every nation of the earth. It was because she foresaw, that before the next century should have arrived, they would drive her manufactures out of all the markets of the world, and reduce her commerce to the condition of that of Holland and Denmark, that she pursued this object with such remorseless pertinacity. She felt that the trident was slipping from her hands, and that but a few years more and she would no longer be mistress of the seas. Now how different are her prospects, how changed is the scene. By their insensate folly the Yankees have voluntarily thrown the trade of the whole world into her hands. While the operatives are starving, her manufacturers are realizing enormous profits and making fabulous fortunes. Every br