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mankind the American tropics. This had been Jefferson's view. They will strike the fetters from Cuba and make it bloom like the fabled Hesperides, under the cis-Atlantic influence." Cuba may dCuba may discover by this official disclosure of Black Republican designs that the instincts wise which have prompted her to sympathize with the Southern cause. It is not slavery in the Confederate States alone that Mr. Lincoln proposes to abolish. It is slavery in West Indies also, and in Cuba first and remost. The Washington Government has ng fixed a greedy eye on Cuba, and the gem of the Western archCuba, and the gem of the Western archipelago is to be its next victim. Happily, the power of the United States is not equal to its maker. It is not equal to the task of subjugating the States which it claims as its own, much less of ovwhilst barren and desert places of a fertile region are those in which slavery been abolished. Cuba, the slave island, ming with prosperity, whilst St. Domingo Jamille have become little better th