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Bremen, Me. (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 1
will not be dissolved, attributes the decline of Rhode Island maritime interests to the operation of the Union into which she so tardily entered. In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg. Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organization that would command the respect of the world." Political Revolution "down Bast." The remarkable circumstance that the Hon Isaac Davis, an old and sterring Democrat, has been elected Mayor of Worcester — the hotbed of Massachusetts ultra-republicanism — is thus alluded to by the Transcript, (Republican,) of that city: A city that on the 6th day of November cast two thousand six hundred and forty-eight Republican votes to t
Worcester (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg. Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organization that would command the respect of the world." Political Revolution "down Bast." The remarkable circumstance that the Hon Isaac Davis, an old and sterring Democrat, has been elected Mayor of Worcester — the hotbed of Massachusetts ultra-republicanism — is thus alluded to by the Transcript, (Republican,) of that city: A city that on the 6th day of November cast two thousand six hundred and forty-eight Republican votes to thirteen hundred and forty-eight for all others — just two to one--on the 8th of December, gives a majority of one hundred and seventy-three for the Democratic candidate, under the name of Citizens' ticket. Some of the causes for this change are not far to seek, o<
Newport (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): article 1
hey enjoyed at home, and if the settlers from New York and the free North lose in the race, it will be their own fault and they will have no right to complain. We are quite willing to take the chances, that, when new States come to be formed, their influence and their ideas will predominate in all territory adapted by climate and soil to our Northern cultivation, and it requires no generosity on our part to surrender the residue to our Southern brethren. Another free port. The Newport (R. I.) Advertiser of Wednesday, after fervently hoping that the Union will not be dissolved, attributes the decline of Rhode Island maritime interests to the operation of the Union into which she so tardily entered. In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newp
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
ly entered. In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg. Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organization that would command the respect of the world." Political Revolution "down Bast." The remarkable circumstance that the Hon Isaac Davis, an old and sterring Democrat, has been elected Mayor of Worcester — the hotbed of Massachusetts ultra-republicanism — is thus alluded to by the Transcript, (Republican,) of that city: A city that on the 6th day of November cast two thousand six hundred and forty-eight Republican votes to thirteen hundred and forty-eight for all others — just two to one--on the 8th of December, gives a majority of one hundred and sevent<
Rhode Island (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): article 1
y will have no right to complain. We are quite willing to take the chances, that, when new States come to be formed, their influence and their ideas will predominate in all territory adapted by climate and soil to our Northern cultivation, and it requires no generosity on our part to surrender the residue to our Southern brethren. Another free port. The Newport (R. I.) Advertiser of Wednesday, after fervently hoping that the Union will not be dissolved, attributes the decline of Rhode Island maritime interests to the operation of the Union into which she so tardily entered. In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg. Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organiza
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all territory adapted by climate and soil to our Northern cultivation, and it requires no generosity on our part to surrender the residue to our Southern brethren. Another free port. The Newport (R. I.) Advertiser of Wednesday, after fervently hoping that the Union will not be dissolved, attributes the decline of Rhode Island maritime interests to the operation of the Union into which she so tardily entered. In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg. Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organization that would command the respect of the world." Political Revolution "down Bast." The remarkable circumstance that the Hon Isaac Davis, an old and sterring
Joy (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
ometime blocked up Washington and Essex streets, stopping the horse cars and crowding the people miscellaneously.--The cold weather, and the urgent arguments of the police, dispersed the crowd in about half an hour, and the usual Sabbath day quiet was restored. It was a most exciting scene. The Union men are determined and desperate. The military were at their armories, ready to be called out in case their services were needed. To-night a John Brown apotheosis meeting was held in the Joy street colored church.--The Rev. J. Stella Martin spoke. He said the mobocrats had so dampened the John Brown zeal that his admirers have concluded to have no celebration just now. Senator Wade's speech. The insulting speech of Senator Wade, of Ohio, made on Monday, is not important save as far as it is an exposition of the views of his party. As the position of spokesman seems to have been accorded him, we give some extracts of his remarks: Gentlemen tell us that even eight
Hamburg, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
he Union will not be dissolved, attributes the decline of Rhode Island maritime interests to the operation of the Union into which she so tardily entered. In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism. The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg. Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organization that would command the respect of the world." Political Revolution "down Bast." The remarkable circumstance that the Hon Isaac Davis, an old and sterring Democrat, has been elected Mayor of Worcester — the hotbed of Massachusetts ultra-republicanism — is thus alluded to by the Transcript, (Republican,) of that city: A city that on the 6th day of November cast two thousand six hundred and forty-eight Republican
Mississippi (United States) (search for this): article 1
way a slave. 4th. To amend the Constitution so as to divide all the Territories now belonging to the United States, or hereafter to be acquired, between the free and slave States, say upon the line of the 37th degree of north latitude — all north of that line to come into the Union with requisite population as free States, and all south of the same to come in as slave States. 5th. To amend the Constitution so as to guarantee forever to all the States the free navigationof the Mississippi river. 6th. To alter the Constitution so as to give the South the power, say in the United States Senate, to protect itself from unconstitutional and oppressive legislation upon the subjectof slavery. Respectfully, your obedient servant, The Anti-abolition mob in Boston. A dispatch from Boston, dated Sunday, gives a fuller account of the mobbing of Wendell Phillips, the abolition orator there, on that day. His subject was "Mobs and Education, " and Music Hall was filled by s
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
4th. To amend the Constitution so as to divide all the Territories now belonging to the United States, or hereafter to be acquired, between the free and slave States, say upon the line of the 37history in mind. No man would regret more than himself the disruption of any portion of the United States by those who think themselves impelled by grievances from which there was no honorable releahe following effect: "The Congress may establish governments for the Territories of the United States; and any Territory having a population equal to the constituency of one member of Congress, and having adopted, by a vote of the citizens of the United States resident therein, a Constitution, republican in form, may be admitted by the Congress into this Union as a State; and neither the Coly and promptly executed, and that the union of the States, the Constitution and laws of the United States, should be maintained and enforced in all their integrity. At the conference of the Ohi
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