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respect, under such circumstances, she would do. This, however, was not a threat. He believed if Virginia joined the South, it would not be done. It had been said that the seceded States went out without giving the border States an invitation. In this respect the position occupied by the Cotton States towards each other, and that occupied towards the border States, were the same. Each State acted by herself, and acted promptly, in order to be prepared for the great event of the 4th of March. It was a necessity. They could not afford to wait. He did not feel that their case was desperate, even if Virginia refused to unite with them. They had 5,000,000 people; had arms and ammunition; had a prospective arrangement with foreign Governments; and above all, they had a cause. Their cause would save them against the North. They most earnestly desired the co-operation of Virginia, and if she refused, they would receive it more in sorrow than in anger. Greater than we once
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lete Sancho Panza of a fellow was ever actually elected to the Chief Magistracy of a great Republic. If such a volume should be published, accompanied by undeniable certificates of the authenticity of these speeches, it would furnish such a weapon in the hands of those who dispute the capacity of the people to govern themselves that no future country would ever make the attempt till the crack of doom. The Inspired volume forbids us to speak "evil of dignities," and, therefore, after the 4th of March next, when Lincoln becomes one of the dignities we shall not call him a fool or an ass. His absurd utterances on the route to Washington certainly give color to the statement that his speeches in the Senatorial contest with Douglas were prepared for him by a Republican committee.--We should think that by this time his best friends must begin to suspect that he is not the man for the crisis. We should as soon think of putting out a fire in the dome of St. Peter's with a penny squirt as to