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ts trials and struggles to its ultimate triumph in the election of Lincoln. I am sure that no one can entertain for them individually or colidity I will not now stop to discuss. In the nomination of Mr. Lincoln for the Presidency the Black Republicans gave still more pointedexpression to their views and feelings on the subject of slavery. Lincoln had neither the record nor the reputation of a statesman. Holdingy was successfully discharged in the selection and nomination of Mr. Lincoln. He closes as follows:-- The facts and considerationsropriety of resistance on the part of the South to the election of Lincoln in a very different light from the mere question of resisting the of the people the nuisance could be abated, but the election of Mr. Lincoln involves far higher considerations. It brings to the South the anism is the ruling sentiment at the North, and by the election of Lincoln has pronounced in the most formal and solemn manner against the pr
Message of the Governor of Louisiana Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 10. --The Governor's message was delivered to-day. He exhorts calmness and deliberation. He says the election of Mr. Lincoln shows that the Northern mind is poisoned against the South; that the wise counsels of our fathers of the Louisiana Legislature are forgotten, and the fraternal remonstrances of the South are disregarded. He recommends a Convention, and says Louisiana ought not to refuse to meet her sister slave holding States in council, and to demand of the North the repeal of her obnoxious legislation, and guarantee against future similar measures. He says these questions should be met before the inauguration of Mr. Lincoln, be cause self-respect and honor of the State does not comport with her remaining under a Black Republican President. A resolution recommends the erection of the military board, and asks an appropriation of half a million for the purchase of arms for volunteer companies. The me