the entire available surface of the late United States.
But the slave trade suppressed, democratic society has triumphed.
The States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, found an attractive market for their slaves.
They found a cheaper pauper labor to replace it; that pauper labor poured in from Europe; while itn pauper labor ready to supply their place.
Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, possibly Tennessee and North Carolina, may lose their slaves, as New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey have.
In that condition they must recommence the contest.
There is no avoiding that necessity.
The systems cannot mix; and thus it is that sst in regarding the negro but as a thing of trade — a thing which they are too good to use, but only can produce for others' uses — and join the confederacy as Pennsylvania or Massachusetts might do, not to support the structure, but to profit by it, it were as well they should not join, and we can find no interest in such associa