Secession movement at the South.
appeal from South Carolina--Painting a White Girl for the purpose of Selling her — the Pittsburg excitement--Mr. Seward's propositions, &c.
The appeal to the Southern States.
The address of the "people of South Carolina" to the slaveholding States, concludes as follows:
CitiSouth Carolina" to the slaveholding States, concludes as follows:
Citizens of the slaveholding States of the United States, circumstances beyond our control have placed us in the van of the great controversy between the Northern and Southern States.
We would have preferred that other States should have assumed the position we now occupy.
Independent ourselves, we disclaim any design or desire to ld the counsels of the other Southern States.
Providence has cast our lot together, by extending over us an identity of pursuits, interests and institutions.
South Carolina desires no destiny separated from yours.
To be one of a great slaveholding confederacy, stretching its arms over a territory larger than any power in Europe