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position. --The Pittsburg Dispatch publishes the following card from Rev. Dr. W. S. Plumer, who der many years was paster of the First Presbyterian Church in Richmond: By God's good providence I was born under the Government of the United States. Under the flag which floats over its Capital. I have always lived in my own frae choice I expect to live and die under it's noble Constitution. I have never thought of a better nor desired a different form of fundamental law. I believe, and I have uniformly held and taught that civil government is the ordinance of God. I believe the Government of the United States is the ordinance of God to me and to my children, as it was to my parents before me. When any man is chosen our Chief Magistrate I accept him as the minister of God to me in civil affairs. I regard it as my solemn duty and my high privilege to sustain this Government; against any and every attempt to destroy it. I tend sustain it in word and deed — by precept
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A card from Dr. Plumer--he Defines his position. --The Pittsburg Dispatch publishes the following card from Rev. Dr. W. S. Plumer, who der many years was paster of the First Presbyterian Church in Richmond: By God's good providence I was born under the Government of the United States. Under the flag which floats over its Capital. I have always lived in my own frae choice I expect to live and die under it's noble Constitution. I have never thought of a better nor desired a differenRev. Dr. W. S. Plumer, who der many years was paster of the First Presbyterian Church in Richmond: By God's good providence I was born under the Government of the United States. Under the flag which floats over its Capital. I have always lived in my own frae choice I expect to live and die under it's noble Constitution. I have never thought of a better nor desired a different form of fundamental law. I believe, and I have uniformly held and taught that civil government is the ordinance of God. I believe the Government of the United States is the ordinance of God to me and to my children, as it was to my parents before me. When any man is chosen our Chief Magistrate I accept him as the minister of God to me in civil affairs. I regard it as my solemn duty and my high privilege to sustain this Government; against any and every attempt to destroy it. I tend s