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e want to spend their winters here, enjoying our hospitality, and buying and shipping sugar and molasses, thereby enriching their coffers by articles of Southern growth, and which are indispensable to the North, as well as the rest of the world, have been furnished with like notice. These are such only as have avowed Black Republican sentiments, and voted for a Black Republican President, and who may congratulate themselves upon having gotten off so cheaply. A meeting was held at Odd Fellows' Hall to-night, the object of which was to, and they accordingly did, pass resolutions organizing an association for the protection of Southern rights, under the title of the "Southern Rights Association of Louisiana." After setting forth the many grievances of the South, and declaring that the North, by their repeated unconstitutional acts, and their unconcealed determination to continue their outrages upon the South, had virtually subverted the Constitution, and dissolved the Union. The n