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Competition of negro with White labor. In his late miserable Message Lincoln declares that the emancipation of negroes will not increase the supply of labor so as to interfere with the white labor of the North. Probably, the only truth he has ever uttered is contained in that declaration.--The idea of freedom entertained by "American citizens of African descent" is simply freedom from labor of any kind. So far from intending to compete with the white laborers of the North, they expect t
t what is it that makes the Union valuable except the staples cultivated by negro labor, and if the labor is abolished and transported to other climes, what becomes of the staples, and of the commerce, manufactures and revenue derived from them?
White labor cannot be employed in the cultivation of cotton, sugar, and tobacco, and therefore the "glorious Union," would be beggared and rendered worthless by the success of Lincoln's pet scheme for its preservation — cutting open the goose that lai