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adelphia, because the Quakers were eternally pestering them about slavery. It was with much difficulty that the capital was located on the banks of the Potomac, because the New-Englanders and the Quakers were opposed to a location so Southern. Subsequently, the Quakers became silent, and New-England, having stolen the thunder of these quiet people, has been the hot-bed of Abolitionism. In the settlement of this country, two great streams of civilization poured out. One had its head at James-town, and one at Plymouth Rock. The canting, witch-hanging, nasal-twanging, money-worshipping, curiosity-loving, meddling, fanatical, ism --breeding followers of Cromwell, spread over the greater part of the North and West. Jamestown stock chiefly peopled the South, and small sections of the North-west Territory, which, with Kentucky, belonged to Virginia. It was the descendants of the genuine Yankee which met us at Manassas and before Richmond and fled from the Valley of the Shenandoah befo