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oner the bitter. I would rather have this danger in the past than in the future. Twenty-eight millions of free men in the North are ready to meet disunion now, and crush it as the strong man crushes an egg-shell in his hand. States cannot reserve the right to secede.--They are the common property of the Government. Texas cost us many millions of dollars, and shall Texas now be permitted to walk out of the Union with those millions of our money? Suppose we pay two hundred millions for Cuba one day, shall we permit her to go out of the Union the next with those two hundred millions! This doctrine of the reserved right of States to secede is preposterous. The people of the North will never peaceably submit to the secession of the South. If the worst comes to the worst, let brother go to war with brother, and let the stronger party take possession of the whole Government. We must have no Southern Confederacy--no Northern Republic, but a Union of "many in one." Two hun