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ave them as a gift. After the war is over it, will kick out of its borders all that are already there. If the negroes of the South are emancipated, the Republican idea is to make them remain here, associate with the whites, and compete with white laborers for employment. In fact, all the wealth of the United States could not transport the negroes from the South, even were the United States so disposed. "Abandonment of slavery" means the reduction of the Southern States to the condition of Mexico, to the political and social equality of whites and negroes, and all the atrocities and debasement of miscegenation. The disaffected portion of the North Carolina population have before them the terms upon which Lincoln, as far as he is able, will give them peace. If war has any horrors for them in comparison with such a condition, they must be made of different materials from most white men. We cannot believe that any considerable number of people in any civilized community upon earth wou