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The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Further Northern news. (search)
Further Northern news. From our Northern files, of the 2d instant, we continue our extracts of current news: The New York world on Lincoln's proclamation. The New York World has a long article on Lincoln's emancipation proclamation. It says that he has "swing loose from the constitutional of his inaugural address anLincoln's emancipation proclamation. It says that he has "swing loose from the constitutional of his inaugural address and his messages at the opening of the two successive sessions of Congress under his administration, and is fully adrift on the current of radical fanaticism." From the article we extract the following: He has been coerced by the insanity of the radicals, by the denunciation of their presses, by the threats of their Governor an
s property depend on his own exercise of the elective franchise.
Never was there so degrading a entire on republican institutions as the voting required by President Lincoln.
But when a man's property is made to dependant on whether he chooses to vote himself, but on whether his fellow-citizens choose to vote, and whether the nu