y days—Davis and Lincoln.
After the Revolutionary war Samuel Davis, who had served in it as one of the mounted men of Georgia, settled in Kentucky.
Pending the war, in 1782 (the very year that George Rogers Clarke captured Kaskaskia), Thomas Linhat tree, and it should not have been ruthlessly hewn down and cast into the fire.
Meeting Mr. Clay and Mr. Berrien, of Georgia, together in the Capitol grounds one day, Mr. Clay urged him in a friendly way to support his bill, saying he thought itmore manifestly even than those of the North?
South Carolina protested against it as early as 1727 and as late as 1760. Georgia prohibited it by law. Virginia sternly set her face against it, and levied a tax of ten dollars per head on every negro st we may.
Secession and Virginia.
Well was that pledge redeemed.
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, and North Carolina, Arkansas, and Tennessee, all seceded, while Kentucky, Missouri and Mary