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Mr. Carlile moved to amend by striking out all after the word constitutional right, to make the appeal."
Mr. Carlile, in urging the adoption of this amendment, said i by the Committee proclaimed a political heresy.
Mr. Carlile opposed the right of peaceable secession, out andiments, should be adopted by the Convention.
Mr. Carlile expressed his surprise at the argument of the genleman from Princess Anne; for in identifying him (Mr. Carlile) with leaders of the Black Republican party, he aI've heard the devil quote Scripture before.
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