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ermined to abolish slavery, and — so help us God-abolish it we will! Some other extracts from this infamous book we may place here to indicate its character, and the importance of the act of the Black Republican party in endorsing it as a campaign document: Slavery is a great moral, social, civil, and political evil, to be got rid of at the earliest practicable period .... Three-quarters of a century hence, if the South retains slavery, which God forbid! she will be to the North what Poland is to Russia, Cuba to Spain, and Ireland to England .... Our own banner is inscribed-No cooperation with slaveholders in politics; no fellowship with them in religion; no affiliation with them in society; no recognition of pro-slavery men, except as ruffians, outlaws, and criminals. . .. . We believe it is, as it ought to be, the desire, the determination, and the destiny of the Republican party to give the death-blow to slavery. .... In any event, come what will, transpire what may, tho ins