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ndidates were put before the people — Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas. A fourth was nominated--Mr. on, and the enforcement of the law. How did Breckinridge stand?--the same. I voted for Breckinridgeand here let me ask those Bell, Douglas, or Breckinridge men present, if they did not cast their votongest Union candidate? My belief was that Breckinridge was a more eligible man than Bell; that froinstrument to wield. In the support of Breckinridge for the Presidency, I had labored through a were boldly made to destroy the country if Breckinridge should not be elected. To avoid this calamf terror which followed the defeat of Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas, and when the election was oveand defy the strong. My interview with Breckinridge was like an iceberg in my bosom. I was decina agitates the subject?--To this question Breckinridge replied in adcaptandum slang about subjugatin, it will be mine." Let me ask Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas men, what duty is left for you[4 more...]