emphis and other cities.
Kentucky would soon be out; her people were moving.
Missouri--who could doubt the stand she would take?--when her Governor, in reply to Lincoln's insolent proclamation, had said:--You shall have no troops for the furtherance of your illegal, unchristian, and diabolical schemes!
Missouri will soon add anoand those living under it had, like the phoenix, risen from their ashes.
The revolution lately begun did not affect alone property, but liberty.
He alluded to Lincoln's call for 75,000 volunteers, and said he could find no authority in the old Constitution for such a flagrant abuse of power.
His second proclamation had stigmat be again administered in the city that bore his name.
Every son of the South, from the Potomac to the Rio Grande, should rally to the support of Maryland.
If Lincoln quits Washington as ignominously as he entered it, God's will will have, been accomplished.
The argument was now. exhausted.
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