who act with the North, intend to educate these men in a different doctrine; and if we shall eventually be forced to bring them into subjection — abject subjection to the Constitution of the United States--it will be their fault and not ours.
Mr. Campbell, of Pennsylvania, would give the Executive all the power-even a super-abundant power — in this great crisis of the nation's fate.
He would darken the ocean with our fleets, and cover the land with our armies.
Mr. Cox, of Ohio, would vote forle-bodied white citizens of the United States. Mr. Biddle, of Pennsylvania, did not know a district in Pennsylvania where the Provost-Marshal, this little military despot, can exercise over free-born citizens the sway that is claimed for him.
Mr. Campbell, of Pennsylvania, declared his readiness to vote the last man and the last dollar for the accomplishment of the great object before us. I am ready to fight it out by land and by sea, as long as may be necessary to crush out the rebels themselv