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nted with their lot. Another fallacy indulged in by the class of Northern men who draw their ideas of the South from Helper's book, is, that the white men of the South who own no negroes would gladly see the slaves emancipated. Now, the non-slahite man, and that while the rich could get away, they would be compelled to live among them. Much stress is laid by Helper upon the fact that there are only 350,000 slaveholders, old and young, male and female. He forgets that every one of theren, and you will find at once nearly two millions interested in slavery, and dependent upon it, from this source alone. Helper overlooked all this, and the followers of Helper continually overlook it when they calculate upon finding the non-slavehoHelper continually overlook it when they calculate upon finding the non-slaveholders favorable to their schemes. The New York Times sports another fallacy with great persistency. It is trying to prove that the State of Massachusetts is worth more than all the cotton States, and says that Lowell alone produces more than So