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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], A speech on Lincoln's message from a Newly-elected U. S. Senator. (search)
icularize what class of individuals were to be thus induced to lend their support, the country well knows the baleful influences of this class, and the ends they seek to accomplish. * * * * * * On the 17th of March last, my colleague, (Mr. Lovejoy) having heard that two negroes had been arrested, introduced a resolution instructing a committee to inquire into the facts, which resolution passed this House by a majority of two to one. On the first day of this session I introduced a resolution directing an inquiry into the causes why white citizens of Illinois without charges being made against them, were detained in the various forts and Bastiles in the country, and that resolution was laid on the table, on motion of Mr. Lovejoy, by a similar vote. The army is being used for the benefit of the negro. This House is being used for his benefit. Every department of the Government is being run for his benefit. Now, Mr. Chairman, I have a single word to those who are tempora