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and Vice-President, and should elect such by their exclusive suffrage to rule over us at the North, do you think you would submit to it? no, not for A moment. And do you believe that your Southern brethren are less sensitive on this subject than you are, or less jealous of their rights? If you do, let me tell you that you are mistaken; and therefore you must see that if this sectional party succeeds, it leads Inevitably to the destruction of this beautiful Fabric reared by our forefathers, &c. I tell you that we are treading upon the brink of a volcano, that is liable at any moment to our at forth and Overwhelm the Nation." Is it possible to believe that the man who uttered these sentiments is now harking on the Federal Government to make the South submit to that which he then solemnly declared the North would not submit to for one moment, and that the crowd, who, when asked by Fillmore if they, in the South's place, would submit, shouted "no!" are now howling for our blood!