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THE'substance of this Essay has already been published in the columns
of the Boston Courier, in nine separate newspapers. It is now
slightly enlarged and put in a continuous form, in order that the views
therein taken of two much disputed questions of great national interest
at this time, as well as of the policy to be adopted by the Free States in
respect to them, may be submitted entire to the impartial judgment of
a free people.

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