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The Daily Dispatch: April 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ts stand which come to examine them? Let us go back to the proceedings of the last Congress. What was the true phase of the times? I compromise, you remember — the Crittenden proposition — was introduced. The Southern Senators, including Benjamin, Toombs, Iverson, and a list of others, pretended that the measure passed the South would be satisfied; but they desired everything else in compromise. Senator Clark offered an amendment which he believed would be acceptable to the South. I hariginal compromise. Who is responsible for this work destruction? Six Southern Senators standing and refusing to record their votes. If a Crittenden compromise had been adopted they would have been deprived of a pretext for their treason. Judah Benjamin, is speaking this and perjurer, and in unconscionable traitor, was sealed me while the vote was being taken. I told him it was his duty to come the relief of the country by voting upon the important proposition. He sneeringly to swerved