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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], The last day of the U. S. Congress. (search)
hat an incorrect and imperfect statement of a conversation between Dr. Wirt, of Westmoreland, and Salmon P. Chase, the new supposed Secretary een anxious to communicate the substance of a conversation held by Dr. Wirt, (my brother-in-law,) with ex-Gov. Chase, of Ohio, in Washington, uth Carolina resisted, the consequences would be on her own head. Dr. Wirt told him what would be the effect of such a course on the South. th forced into Union. He answered that could not be helped — When Dr. Wirt inquired if he ever expected the South to return to the Union afte have to be satisfied with much less than they are now demanding.' Dr. Wirt then inquired if he expected to subjugate the South? He said: ly resist twenty-six millions.' But what is your object? Inquired Dr. Wirt, and he answered, 'to free the slave who is the cause of the war.'their services; if not, they can be colonized in Central America.' Dr. Wirt then inquired if the fugitive slave law was to be respected. Mr.