lored people's loyalty to the South, are too numerous and tedious for enumeration.
“Northern fanatics use the opening clause of the old Declaration of Independence, and say, All men are free and equal.
They pervert the true meaning of what Jefferson wrote, but if they believe it, in its widest sense, as they preach, why do not opulent Abolitionists equally divide their riches with negroes who brush boots?
Jefferson was a scholar, a gentleman, and a Virginian, and could not mean it to appJefferson was a scholar, a gentleman, and a Virginian, and could not mean it to apply in a social sense, or otherwise his own, and every other Southern State, would have seceded at that early day. It is from a wrong, fanatical construction put upon these words that Abolitionism has grown so rampant in the North, and been converted into an instrument for securing place and favor, and therewith the emoluments of office.
If all men are free and equal in the sense they pretend, the Hottentot, Aztec, Digger Indian, Cannibal, and Barbarian are our brothers, and should eat, drink,