Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1860., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for William Green or search for William Green in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

He said South Carolina could not complain of the acts of the Republicans, because their party had never had the power; all her complaints were the result of unfounded apprehensions. He understood Senators from the South is say that the subject of fugitive slaves was but the action of complaint. Mr. Merge, of Va, said that mistaken. They had said that the Paternal Liberty Hills did not do practically anything, more than the people had been in the habit of doing without them. Mr. Green, of Mo., said that the Fugitive Slave law contained no previsions in restraint of Individual liberty which was not also contained in all the laws providing for the rendition of fugitives from justice. The Republicans cared for nothing, if the negro was not in it. [Applause] Mr. Wade resumed, and said that the South had the Supreme Court, Cabinst, and owned, the President completely as ever a slave was owned. The South only complains because the North would leave the old road to foll