2 edition of Origin and objects of the slaveholders conspiracy against democratic principles, as well as against the national union found in the catalog.
Cover title.Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 40121)
|Statement||Baker & Godwin|
|Publishers||Baker & Godwin|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|2||Library of American civilization -- LAC 40121.|
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For a full explication of the complex way in which Taney distinguished congressional power over the territories, delegated in Article 4 of the Constitution, from Congress' sovereign powers, see Fehrenbacher, 367—84; Bestor, 167—72.
The Negro and the "Solid South". The purposes themselves, as declared in the preamble, for which the People of the United States thus spake this representative Republic into being, are also full of light.
Lincoln had prevailed when the Government was made, it would have established slavery as a permanent institution, in all the States, whether they wanted it or not, and the question for us to determine in Illinois now as one of the free States is, whether or not we are willing, having become the majority section, to enforce a doctrine on the minority, which we would have resisted with our heart's blood had it been attempted on us when we were in a minority.
It exists because of the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and donations from people in all walks of life. Extracted from the philanthropist for Jan. Indeed, in that respect it would turn out a brilliant success. " I did take a running shot at them, but as I was single-handed against the white, black and mixed drove, I had to use a short gun and fire into the crowd instead of taking them off singly with a rifle.
Calhoun, his Secretary of State, concluded with Texas a treaty of annexation—which was, however, rejected by the Senate. Second, that it should be on a vote of the majority of qualified voters in the District; and third, that compensation should be made to unwilling owners.
See Hyman, A More Perfect Union, 156—70, 207—62; Randall, passim; Paludan, 109—69; Silbey, 62—88. The officers to give their individual paroles not to take up arms against the Government of the United States, until properly exchanged; and each company or regimental commander to sign a like parole for the men of their commands.
" After again referring to the principles connected with non-interference in the domestic institutions of the States and Territories, and to the devotion of all his energies to them "since 1850, when," said he, "I acted side by side with the immortal Clay and the god-like Webster, in that memorable struggle in which Whigs and Democrats united upon a common platform of patriotism and the Constitution, throwing aside partisan feelings in order to restore peace and harmony to a distracted Country"—he alluded to the death-bed Origin and objects of the slaveholders conspiracy against democratic principles Clay, and the pledges made by himself to both Clay and Webster to devote his own life to the vindication of the principles of that Compromise of 1850 as a means of preserving the Union; and concluded with this appeal: "This Union can only be preserved by maintaining the fraternal feeling between the North and the South, the East and the West.
He got the bit in his teeth before I could draw the rein. Douglas's promise to devote the remainder of his life to "Popular Sovereignty"—and to his relations with Mr. The slave aristocracy against democracy. But it is apparent that our opponents find it necessary, for partisan effect, to change their colors in different counties in order to catch the popular breeze, and hope with these discordant materials combined together to secure a majority in the Legislature for the purpose of putting down the Democratic party.
Michigan Senator Lewis Cass and Illinois Senator Stephen A.
It will be useless to approach me with any other.
Republished from the Manufacturer's record.
An Address delivered at Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College, Prairie View, Texas.
From the moment that Clay arrived among us he became the leader of all the Union men, whether Whigs or Democrats.