hree cheers for Governor Hicks" was responded to with a mingled chorus of cheers, hisses and groans.
Cheers for the "United States" were also given.]
Mr. Handy--obtaining silence — I am not here, in my native State, to be deterred by hisses fr are daily expecting one hundred improved stand of arms, with cartridge boxes, cap pouches, etc.
Disunion in the United States. [From the London Times of December 5th.]
The feelings which now divide the United States into antagonists far moUnited States into antagonists far more bitter than those of diverse languages and races, are themselves facts which cannot be reasoned away, and they have an irresistible bearing on the practice of slavery — they must tend to tighten the grasp of the slave-owner on the one hand, and, hich the real difficulties of the question will be met and quietly answered?
It is too true that the commerce of the United States is almost, if not quite, as much committed to slavery as its agriculture.
For what would New York be without slavery