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My second trip. I. Virginia. Preliminary words on insurrection I start again Chesterfield county facts social reunions North and South the poor whites and slavery education and slavery a know-nothing yet wise negro boy farming Utensils guano and negroes the Slaveocracy and the poor, Preliminary words on insurrection. my opinion of the slaveholders, and my feelings toward them, were greatly modified during my residence in Savannah. I saw so much that was noble, generous and admirable in their characters; I saw so many demoralizing pro-slavery influences — various, attractive, resistless — brought to bear on their intellects from their cradle to their tomb, that from hating I began to pity them. It is not at all surprising that the people of the South are so indifferent to the rights of the African race. For, as far as the negro is concerned, the press, the pulpit, the bench, the bar, and the stump, conspire with a unity of purpose and pertinacity of ze