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e United States--if this had been the criterion, if irresponsible newspaper paragraphs had been regarded as evidence of disloyalty, what would have been the fate of many in this House and in the other wing of the Capitol? Where would have been the gentleman from the district now represented by my colleague, who made as assault on me the other day? Where would have been the Senator from Massachusetts (Mr. Sumner)? or the other Senator from Massachusetts? or the Senator from New Hampshire (Mr. Hale)? Where would have been the three Senators who, on the 7th of February, 1850, voted to refer, print and consider, a petition to dissolve the Union? Yet, I am to be singled out, and they who have watched, and waited, and prayed, from the beginning of this controversy to this hour, that they might get some slip of the tongue, some hasty word spoken, something written, or something that they might fortune into evidence of disloyalty, now seize upon this paper — this miserable, irresponsible s