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that the trade is no longer profitable, Glasgow sees the enormity of the sin as clearly as Liverpool, or any other community, which once found its profit in encouraging it. Glasgow and Liverpool — and all the maritime cities of Great Britain--according to their own showing, were great sinners at that day; but their sins were, in enormity, as white is to crimson, when compared with the crimes of the Yankees. They were the great man-stealers of the earth--"the felons of the human race"--as O'Connell once chose to call the slave States of this Confederacy. The English and Scotch traders had some bowels of compassion; but the Yankees had none. They were as destitute of such appendages as a steam engine or a spinning jenny, and they regarded the poor negro pretty much in the same light in which they regarded these implements of labor. That they are engaged at this moment in the same trade of kidnapping, their own people are beginning to confess. At a late meeting of the Board of Supe