whole population exhibiting its rage. Now the lecture rooms of the North
ring with the most classical appeals in behalf of the African and against
their Caucasian masters. Wendell Phillips preaches not only the equality
of all races, but the equality of sexes; and he seems to be looking forward
to a millennium, when all men and all women shall bug and kiss under the
broad banner of "liberty, fraternity and equality." It is this idea of uni¬
versal liberty and equality which is at the basis of the Republican partv.
We have all of us received something of it from our ancestors, who in¬
herited it from France and the literature of the last century. The falsity
of it has not been examined into, but hereafter we may expect that true
science will teach the world much more correct ideas in reference to races.
R. J. HALDEMAN,
Chairman Executive Committee.
Hakrisburg, March, 1860.