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by and acquiesce in it?
I see that Mr. Moore has already answered in the negative.
Mr. Moore seems haunted with a night-mare about the Cotton States and the African slave trade, and I find nearly all your Union men talking about the slave trade with a mighty holy horror.
Do they not read what the Southern Congress has done on that subject?
But it is a little amusing that the old, broken-down Whig leaders of Virginia can find no better argument for holding on to their old Whig friend Lincoln, than this petty issue of the slave trade, when all intelligent men who know anything outside of their own "potato patches," know that the slave trade sentiment in the Cotton States is a mere bubble — confined to here and there a man. I will venture to affirm, that even in South Carolina, where all the horrors that haunt your Union-saving men exists, you will not find, in the whole State, fifty men, women and children, in favor of re-opening the slave trade.
But when did Virginia get so wo