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Xlii. This English crusade against the United States was got up by the British aristocracy in sheer animosity against our Government,—not so much, perhaps, against our people, chiefly because they cared nothing about them. It was our system of
you have resorted to the very last trick to keep there.
You have, if an out, always paraded your friendship for the United States, and virulently assailed any Tory or Conservative ministry.
In again, you first veered, then hesitated, then tacked, f that accursed institution, and sanctify the revival of the African slavetrade.
You are threatening war against the United States unless we will surrender two intercepted traitors on their way to your abolition arms and sympathies, the chiefest em in eight short years—and chiefly through the influence of Charles Sumner—she would be forced to yield to arbitration, and branded by an impartial Tribunal as a public enemy of the United States, and condemned to pay exemplary damages for her