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g into the field 1,000,000 of men, and if it be came necessary, every man could be called out. It by employing negroes, he could whip. Abraham Lincoln, he would not hesitate to do it. They say the negro is not to be trusted. Why not ? He fights on the other side and would fights this. He would not hesitate to give him his freedom. They have more local attachments than any people he ever knew, and if the same boon were offered them, they would make as good soldiers a any in the world. He would promise them their freedom and give it to them on the battle-field. The men he would set free, but the women and children could still be held and provided for by their owners. They had been told that the Confederacy wanted cotton and tobacco, yes, and it wanted something else — gold. He urged the men to deposit gold with the Government, and the ladies to deposit than jewels. At the conclusion of Senator Henry's remarks, Mr. J. Randolph Tucker and other gentlemen followed.