ices, presses, pulpits, cities, as is sufficient to insure the undisturbed existence of slavery.
She conspires with the full intent so to mould this government as to keep it what it has been for thirty years, according to John Quincy Adams, --a plot for the extension and perpetuation of slavery.
As the world advances, fresh guaranties are demanded.
The nineteenth century requires sterner gags than the eighteenth.
Often as the peace of Virginia is in danger, you must be willing that a Virginia Mason shall drag your citizens to Washington, and imprison them at his pleasure.
So long as Carolina needs it, you must submit that your ships be searched for dangerous passengers, and every Northern man lynched.
No more Kansas rebellions.
It is a conflict between the two powers, Aristocracy and Democracy, which shall hold this belt of the continent. You may live here, New York men, but it must be in submission to such rules as the quiet of Carolina requires.
That is the meaning of the oft