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r myself and for you, that, bating some little differences of opinion about advantages, and about proscription, and about office, and about freedom, and about slavery and all those which are family difficulties, for which we do not take any outsiders in any part of the world into our councils on either side, there is not a state on the earth, outside of the American Union, which I like half so well as I do the state of South Carolina--[cheers]--neither England, nor Ireland, nor Scotland, nor France, nor Turkey; although .from Turkey they sent me Arab horses, and from South Carolina they send me nothing but curses.
Still, I like South Carolina better than I like any of them ; and I have the presumption and vanity to believe that if there were nobody to overhear the state of South Carolina when she is talking, she would confess that she liked us tolerably well.
I am very sure that if anybody were to make a descent on New York to-morrow — whether Louis Napoleon, or the Prince of Wales,
s included within the limits of the original Thirteen States.
It is an area of country more than double the territory of France or the Austrian Empire.
France, in round numbers, has but 212,000 square miles.
Austria, in round numbers, has 248,000 France, in round numbers, has but 212,000 square miles.
Austria, in round numbers, has 248,000 square miles.
Ours is greater than both combined.
It is greater than all France, Spain, Portugal and Great Britain, including England, Ireland, and Scotland, together.
In population, we have upwards of 5,000,000, according to the census of 1860; tFrance, Spain, Portugal and Great Britain, including England, Ireland, and Scotland, together.
In population, we have upwards of 5,000,000, according to the census of 1860; this includes white and black.
The entire population, including white and black, of the original Thirteen States, was less than 4,000-000 in 1790, and still less in 1776, when the independence of our fathers was achieved.
If they, with a less populae, and patriotism.
All that is required is to cultivate and perpetuate these.
Intelligence will not do without virtue.
France was a nation of philosophers.
These philosophers became Jacobins.
They lacked that virtue, that devotion to moral princ