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heresy, that this war must be pushed to the bloody extinction of Southern slavery.
It is a war for the "integrity of the Union"--for nothing less, but for nothing more.
We have before said that the overthrow of Southern institutions would be the most fatal blow that Northern commerce has ever received, and of this fact the commercial classes are well aware.
But they are beginning to see that, having sown the wind they are likely to reap the whirlwind.
They have sold themselves to Abe Lincoln in this unholy war, and whatever the New York Herald may say, or the commercial classes imagine, the New York Tribune is the true exponent of the spirit and feeling of the present Administration.
The commercial classes of New York are sold out, and devoted to destruction, in any event that this war may take.
Let their newspaper representatives fight out their quarrels as best they may, but this is certain — no more cotton and custom go northward from the South from now till the end of t