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e East Indian provinces of England, and left us with nothing but a bare nominal existence among nations. What is a nation without commerce and manufacture? Exactly what the South has been under the old Union--a mere dependency, and tributary of that people by whom its commerce and manufactures are absorbed. Indeed, we had some advantages under the old regime, such as representation in the Government which reduced us to this condition, which we should not enjoy if tributaries of England or France. The influence of both Governments, moreover, would be always adverse to our domestic institutions, that of the former especially, whose Exeter Hall philanthropy has fomented the fanaticism of the North for the last half century. This would be the smallest price we should have to pay for foreign intervention, and we might be thankful if it did not end in converting us into nominal as well as real provinces of Europe. From such a degradation we have been saved by the persistent refusal of