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ke, if not for the sake of consistency, the "Thunderer" should hush up on that point. Ought it not? If "every humane and intelligent traveler" turns aside from the slave marts of Virginia with "invincible repugnance," it is difficult to understand how his feelings can undergo much improvement when he travels through the mills of Manchester, or along the docks of Liverpool, where cotton — the creature of slavery--Southern slavery-- Virginia slavery — Richmond slavery — is nothing, if not King. There is another fact worthy the attention of the London Times, and that is, that while there has never been a mob in the city of Richmond since its foundation, there has been for one whole year in the very heart of London, one of the vilest and most brutal mobs which even London has ever known — a mob which has collected every Sunday in St. George's Church, and in that house of God, on every Sunday for more than a year, has hooted, howled, blasphemed and rioted, from morning till nigh