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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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it. I would rather hear of natural blasts and mildews, war, pestilence and famine, than to hear gentlemen talk of secession. To break up! to break up this great Government! to dismember this great country! to astonish Europe with an act of folly such as Europe, for two centuries, has never beheld in any Government! No, sir! no, sir! There will be no secession. Gentlemen are not serious when they talk of secession. The Supreme Court, too, speaking through each of its great chiefs, Marshall and Taney, repels the doctrine. In the case of McCulloch and Maryland, the first of these, as the organ of the whole Court, rejected it in clear terms. The very foundation, the only one on which it can for a moment stand, is, that the Constitution is a compact, and not in the usual and sovereign sense of the word, a government. Let me read you how he disposed of this: In discussing this question, (the question of compact,) the counsel for the State of Maryland have deemed it of s
Doc. 17.-Fourth Maine regiment. The regiment numbers one thousand and sixty-six men; most of them enlisted on the coast, and composed principally of shipbuilders and those engaged in the coasting trade. They have the Springfield musket of 1836, but they are provided with full camp equipage, including wagons and fifty-four horses. The regiment is accompanied by Major-General Titcomb and staff. The following are the principal officers:-- H. G. Berry, Colonel; T. H. Marshall, Lieutenant-Colonel; F. S. Nickerson; Major, J. B. Greenhalgh, Adjutant; Isaac Abbott, Quartermaster; Wm. A. Banks, Surgeon; Elisha Hopkins, Assistant Surgeon; B. A. Chase, Chaplain; S. H. Chapman, Sergeant-Major; John H. Crowell, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Julius S. Clark, Commissary-Sergeant; Chas. S. McCobb, Hospital Steward. Companies and Captains. Co. A--(Belfast).--Captain, H. W. Cunningham. Co. B--(Rockland).--Captain, Elijah Walker. Co. C--(Rockland).--Captain, O. J. Conant. Co. D--(Rockland).--