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overwhelming majority, proceeded to adopt an ordinance of secession, by which Mississippi dissolved her connection with those people who had dishonored her, without the hope expectation, or wish of ever being restated, and with a purpose to hold them as her enemies in war, but in peace her friends. Another clause in the ordinance expressed her wish to form a Union with all those States which might secede, upon the basis of the Constitution of the United States. As early as the 10th of February, 1860, the Legislature had adopted a resolution in effect that the election of a President by the votes of one section, upon the ground that there is in irrepressible conflict between free and slave labor, and of an avowed hostility to the South, would justify the South in taking measures of consultation, and in proposing a remedy. The North had ample warning that it was through their own reckless folly and madness that the Federal Union would be shattered. But in defiance of this, and o