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ion as a party to the vilest and most inexcusably wicked conspiracy ever planned for the enslavement of a free people, and aspires to distinction as the most cruel, vindictive, and bloody-minded of all the enemies of freedom in Kentucky. James Guthrie. James Guthrie deliberated a long time before his opinion was fixed as to the course his interests required him to take; but when that point was decided, the only subject that occupied his attention was settled, for avarice is his controllJames Guthrie deliberated a long time before his opinion was fixed as to the course his interests required him to take; but when that point was decided, the only subject that occupied his attention was settled, for avarice is his controlling passion, and selfishness the motive that has influenced every step of his life. The only man he ever befriended was a free negro in Louisville, who has been for years his most intimate and trusted friend; while no tie of friendship, and no obligation of honor, has ever been permitted to stand between him and the attainment of his ends as his present confederate, Col. W. P. Boone, now an officer in the Federal army, who was one of the heirs of the Rowan estate, could testify. He has amasse