therwise, to touch not, taste not, handle not. (Lunt's Origin of the Late War, p. 25.) In the debatesolemnly undertaken both express and implied.
（Lunt, p. 27.) The history of this transaction shows im a fugitive slave openly in the free States.
Lunt, p. 320, says: At length fourteen of the sixteen to require more than this passing allusion.
（Lunt, 328). Was there anything in all this calculatepted by a united vote of the Republicans.
Says Lunt: The vote of the Republican members of the Senain the past: what was the hope for the future?
Lunt (p. 363) says with justice: That it is impossibinority of its rights under the constitution.
（Lunt's Origin of the War, p. 362). Indeed, one of itis amendment was introduced by a Pennsylvanian (Lunt, p. 358), and passed unanimously by the conventin broken on one side is broken on all sides.
（Lunt, p. 321). Had not the precise case occurred?
Hter, Mr. Jefferson undoubtedly concurred.
Says Lunt, p. 203: Mr. Jefferson took a different view of[4 more.