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ears he had been, its p
resident. It was one of
the most cherished obj
ects of his direct care
and consideration, and
the association of his
name with it has proba
bly been its very great
est collateral support.
He considered it no de
merit in the society th
at it tended to relieve
the slave-holders from
the troublesome presen
ce of the free negroes;
but this was far from
being its whole merit i
n his estimation. In th
e same speech from whic
h we have quoted he say
s: "There is a moral fi
tness in the idea of re
turning to Africa her c
Writings of Abraham Lincoln, the — Volume 2: 1843-1858 by Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865