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s. If doomed to disappointment, it would be a source of infinite regret to his people. He did not design, in whatever he might say of the enemies of our institutions, to include that great body of conservative people at the North who had manfully stood by us. He should ever remember with gratitude their struggles to maintain the Union as it was governed by our fathers. His remarks would apply to those who have persistently assailed Southern rights and Southern honor. On the 29th of November, the Legislature of Mississippi, by a unanimous vote, called a Convention of the people of the State, to take into consideration their relations with the Federal Government, and adopt such measures of protection and redress as the circumstances might demand. The Legislature also adopted resolutions setting forth a catalogue of vevancis, and suggesting such remedies as the people ought to adopt. These resolutions did not grow out of the fact that a Northern man was elected to the Presi