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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 4: seditious movements in Congress.--Secession in South Carolina, and its effects. (search)
A Q. Dunovant.R. L. Crawford.James H. Adams.R. Barnwell Rhett.James Jefferies. John A. Inglis.W. C. Caruthers.Maxcy Gregg.C. G. Memminger.Anthony W. Dozier. Henry McIver.D. P. Robinson.John H. Kinsler.Gabriel Manigault.John G. Pressley. Stephen Jackson.H. E. Young.Ephraim M. Clark.John Julius Pringle Smith.R. C. Logan. W. Pinckney Shingler.H. W. Garlington.Alex. H. Brown.Isaac W. Hayne.Francis S. Parker. Peter P. Bonneau.John D. Williams.E. S. P. Bellinger.Jn. H. Honour.Benj. Faneuil Duon, and fight manfully against the banded enemies of our nationality. The people, after the opening of Congress, had no hope of aid in the impending struggle from the Chief Magistrate of the nation, then sitting in the chair of Washington and Jackson; but their hearts were amazingly strengthened by the oracular utterances of the accredited organ of the President elect, when it said:--If South Carolina does not obstruct the collection of the revenues at her ports, nor violate another Federal