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the soldier, the statesman the trusted friend of Washington, repeatedly called by him to the highest offices suppress. Did any one imagine in 1793, when General Washington called out 15,000 men to suppress the insurrein the land, are no longer cherished; the work of Washington, and Madison, and Randolph, and Pendleton, and Maourt of the United States; distinctly approved by Washington, Patrick Henry, and Marshall; and, whatever else the Judiciary of the United States. Nothing, said Washington, alluding to these laws, will produce the least csurdity can divert them. Such, in the opinion of Washington, was the object for which the Legislatures of Vir subject of Slavery, I might add the testimony of Washington, of Patrick Henry, of George Mason, of Wythe, of to stay in the Union which she inherited from her Washington, as Eastern Virginia has to abandon it for the mun inconsiderable, as one man. Their confidence in Washington scarcely restrained them from rushing to the seiz