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Rebellion Record: Introduction., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), Contents of Thie first volume. (search)
.Gov. Letcher's Orders for Destroying Roads,344 238.Maine 3d Regiment, (Col. Howard,)344 239.J. M. Mason's Speech at Richmond, June 8,346 240.Gov. Hicks' Proclamation, June 7,347 241.Gen. Morris' Proclamation at Philippi,348 242.Vermont 1st Regiment Volunteers,348 243.Border State Convention Addresses,350 244.Fight at Great Bethel--Official Reports,356 245.Connecticut 4th Regiment,362 246.Jeff. Davis' Letter to Maryland Commissioners,362 246 1/2.New York City Home Guard,362 247.Gov. Jackson's Proclamation in Missouri, June 12,363 248.New York Volunteers, 20th Regiment,364 249.New York Volunteers, 6th Regiment, (Wilson's,)366 249 1/2.John P. Kennedy's Appeal to Maryland,368 250.J. S. Carlisle's Speech in Virginia Convention,374 251.The First Privateer--The Savannah,375 252.Massachusetts Volunteers, 1st Regiment,377 253.Germans of Kentucky, Address to,377 254.John Jay's Address in Westchester Co., N. Y.,378 255.Slaves and Slavery, (Boston Courier,)401 256.Declaration
Rebellion Record: Introduction., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), Introduction. (search)
, (Mr. Calhoun,) then the Vice-President, and the accomplished rhetoric of its champion, (Mr. Hayne,) failed to raise it above the level of a plausible sophism. It sunk forever discredited beneath the sturdy common sense and indomitable will of Jackson, the mature wisdom of Livingston, the keen analysis of Clay, and the crushing logic of Webster. Nor was this all: the venerable author of the Resolutions of 1798 and of the report of 1799 was still living in a green old age. His connection wi000, representing, of course, a burden of 90,000,000 of dollars at the present day. Florida cost 5,000,000 dollars in 1820, when our population was less than 10,000,000, equal to 15,000,000 dollars at the present day, besides the expenses of General Jackson's war in 1818, and the Florida war of 1840, in which some 80,000,000 of dollars were thrown away, for the purpose of driving out a handful of starving Seminoles from the Everglades. Texas cost $200,000,000 expended in the Mexican war, in ad