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prevent the necessity of going into quarantine, we have a striking comment upon the Yankee character, upon their conduct of the war, and upon their sympathy for the slave Chase, of Ohio, spoke the truth for once, when he said they loved not the negro, but they hated his master. If all negrodom had one head to morrow, they would rejoice in cutting it off. To characterize this dead as infernal, were to use too mild a term for the occasion. It was more horrible than that perpetrated by Pelissier, when he smoked 500 Arabs — men, women, and children — to death in a cave. It cannot be that God will smile on a cause upheld by such horrible atrocities. It makes our blood curdle to think of them. Lincoln, it seems, is determined to run again, and the New York Herald is determined to support him. There is a baseness about old Bennett that exceeds the aggregate badness of the whole universe. He pretends to be a conservative and supports Lincoln. --He pretends to hate the Abolition