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tored under the Constitution.--Long and vainly had she hoped that every section of the Confederacy would recognize the rights of all, and that they might continue together. Could we have believed the evil temporary, we might still have hopes; but the present state of things is the sure result of the growth of false teachings in the Northern section of the Confederacy. He then gave a history of the Abolition aggression, beginning with the Missouri controversy, and read the language of Jefferson, 40 years ago, showing that he regarded that as the knell of the Union. Then traced it through subsequent years of disregard of constitutional obligations, until it terminated in the irrepressible conflict, of which a Black Republican President and his party were about to reap the benefit. But the South could place herself beyond its power. He did not mean to argue the question of the right of secession. That question had, with his people, passed beyond the field of argument. If the r
hypocritically calls to his motley associates, "pray for me," they will equal hypocrisy, answer, "Yes, we will pray for you." And then this august President elect, with in blushing effrontery, at a time when all the world looks with breathless anxiety upon our political affairs, the "Rali- Splitter" walks but as though he had just waked out of a Rip Van Winkle nap, and foolishly asks, "What is the has anybody hit ye? Is anybody hurt? What ails ye?" Alas, for America for Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Harrison, Taylor and Fill more ! even for Van Huren, and for Pierce !--oh alas, alas, that such a man should ever disgrace the seat where once the Father of his Country sat! But the last impudent of all his balderdash a text he should say that Henry Clay was a teacher. Did Clay teach him to keep his mouth shut when it ought to be opened; or when opened. You see like, to ask a dozen foolish questions in the place of giving some disclose a of his course as the Presi