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Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
culative discussion about a higher law than the organic political law poisoned politics and began asperities of sections. The first harangue of George Thompson, in this country, under the an spices of the Fessenden of Maine, and Garrisons of Massachusetts, was predicated on the idea that slavery was again against God, and that no Christian people should tolerate it. I hold in my hand the letters and addresses by George Thompson during his mission here. In his first address, a Lowell, October des, by his foolish logic, with slaveholders. [Laughter] Parallel with this logic, turn back to 1676, when Randolph came to New England from the parent Government, to find out the cause of the Indian war. The answer of the Government of Massachusetts furnishes the commentary. It officially declared that "these are the great and provoking evils" for which God hath given the barbarous heathen commission to rise against them. For men wearing long hair and periwigs made of women's hair. [L
New England (United States) (search for this): article 1
A Western opinion of New England. Hon. S. S. Cov, of Ohio, made a speech before the Democrati Oath is made in the West and the other in New England; but is that the reason why the one should alender.--[Laughter] The Puritanism of New England. But these economic abuses can be rightlement harder to master — the Puritanism of New England. [] This is bred in the bone. It is the srely that their interests are sacrificed by New England capitalists for their aggrandizement but tharmmy [Applause] It is not in the that New England is smart in the sense of wisdom. It is not [Laughter] no evidence of smartness that New England should army against her the ideas of the tWhile, therefore, I analyze the elements of New England society, and their relations to our positios like a granite rock repelling the wave of New England . [Cheers] I would not confound Ruins Shoatc, turn back to 1676, when Randolph came to New England from the parent Government, to find out the[10 more...]
Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 1
ent, on wheat, and corn, and pork? Fifty per cents! I should say ninety per cent, adding the cost of gold, is which the tariffs are paid, to the custom duties, which the consumer at last pays. To gratify one favored class and session are the laws of economy suspended with the Constitution? [Laughter and cheers.] Is free trade good, when it takes off the duty and stops the revenue on madder and coloring matter, but bad if it lets in free cotton and woolen fabrics? Is it right to tax Illinois whiskey usual the manufacture to stopped, to gratify the members from Maine, and let the tariff remain on wood screws, to enrich a Rhode, Island company? Oath is made in the West and the other in New England; but is that the reason why the one should be burdened by an internal tax in destroy, while the other bears an external tax to foster? Do you wonder that, at public meetings West, it is resolved that the Mississippi Valley shall no longer be tributary to Yankee cupidity and fully, and
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 1
e trade good, when it takes off the duty and stops the revenue on madder and coloring matter, but bad if it lets in free cotton and woolen fabrics? Is it right to tax Illinois whiskey usual the manufacture to stopped, to gratify the members from Maine, and let the tariff remain on wood screws, to enrich a Rhode, Island company? Oath is made in the West and the other in New England; but is that the reason why the one should be burdened by an internal tax in destroy, while the other bears an exnd were damned forever. Speculative discussion about a higher law than the organic political law poisoned politics and began asperities of sections. The first harangue of George Thompson, in this country, under the an spices of the Fessenden of Maine, and Garrisons of Massachusetts, was predicated on the idea that slavery was again against God, and that no Christian people should tolerate it. I hold in my hand the letters and addresses by George Thompson during his mission here. In his first
Plymouth, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
Ruins Shoats, Chief Justice Shaw, Benjamin F. Thomas, and Judge Curtis, and such illustrious men, [cheers,] with Theodora Parker, Wendell Phillips, Gov. Andrews, Charles Sumner, and the lesser spawn of Transcendentalism. [Hisses] The one class have ever cultivated the graces of civil order; the other have been and are the Marplots of the Republic. I speak of that ruling element, which even before it reached our shores, while it was in exile in Holland, while it ruled in early days at Plymouth and at Boston, and which has since been distributed all over the country, the same selfish, pharisaical, character.-- We find it in our politics to-day, as the Tudor found it three hundred years ago, ever meddling for harm; and yet seeking its own safety by concessions, but never conceding anything for the welfare of others, unless, thereby, it could help itself in larger measure. [Laughter and cheers.] Even in the time of Elizabeth it compromised with its persecutors, by agreeing
Puritan (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 1
f it requires such double sacrifices to reach the saintly calender.--[Laughter] The Puritanism of New England. But these economic abuses can be righted by another Congress. The evils are temporary. They would be borns, but unhappily they seemed to be accompanied by an element harder to master — the Puritanism of New England. [] This is bred in the bone. It is the same now that it was hundreds of years ago. Like begets like. Generation succeeds generation with the same stamp of Puritan character; taking success for justice, egotism for greatness, cunning for wisdom, cupidity for enterprise, sedition for liberty, and cant for piety. [Applause.] The West do not complain merely that their interests are sacrificed by New England capitalists for their aggrandizement but they detest the idea of Puritan polities, that sins should be reformed by the State, and that the State should unite its functions practically with the Church, for the propagation of moral and religious dogmas
--He is perfectly aware that while New English is getting the benefits, the West is suffering the burdens of this war. In New England the merchants and manufacturers have accumulated fortunes with Aladdin-like rapidity. Their wages are higher and convicts abundant; while the West, with he Mississippi scaled, is charged extortionate is in the transportation of its produce, and in the price of its purchases. Its people are robbed by tariff, and robbed on what they sell and what they buy. Mr. Beecher has boasted and God has given the Yankee that intelligible that knows how to turn to gold all it brethren [Laughter] It is his insatiate rapidity mingled with his Puritanism, which is now making men study the new which makes New York wander why, with a less population, New England has twelve Senators to her two! One, too, ponders the face that her population legislator, by 435,294, than five New England states, yet they have ten Senators while she has two! The West is beginning to ask wh
suggest that it is not too late, even yet, to give thanks for that pious fraud which led to this happy riddance [Great laughter.] There is no doubt that, when exiled, as soon as they learned the language in Holland, they began to wrangle with the Dutch about their creed. This will account for the anxiety about their presence in the Island of Manhattan. It is a mistake to suppose that the Pilgrims left Holland on account of religious persecution. The reason which they gave for leaving Leyden was that the Dutch would not observe the Sabbath, and the fear lest their children should grow up to be dissipated Dutchmen [Laughter.] But there were other reasons. They anticipated poverty, and were greatly influenced, as is sometimes the case with their descend ants, by their worldly considerations--[Laughter.] In the language of the time, their hopes of wealth mingled largely and freely with their hopes of Heaven. [Laughter.] Adventure towards New England, by the Northern company,
of a rest, even when that part to dominant. While, therefore, I analyze the elements of New England society, and their relations to our position, I shall not confound that which is mischievous, in colonial times, the resentful bigotry of an Endicott was relieved by the amiable character of a Winthrop; as in later Daniel Webster [cheers,] stands like a granite rock repelling the wave of New England . [Cheers] I would not confound Ruins Shoats, Chief Justice Shaw, Benjamin F. Thomas, and Judge Curtis, and such illustrious men, [cheers,] with Theodora Parker, Wendell Phillips, Gov. Andrews, Charles Sumner, and the lesser spawn of Transcendentalism. [Hisses] The one class have ever cultivated the graces of civil order; the other have been and are the Marplots of the Republic. I speak of that ruling element, which even before it reached our shores, while it was in exile in Holland, while it ruled in early days at Plymouth and at Boston, and which has since been distributed all over
urge that the Government of the Union should give them their fishing bounty. It is one among the privileges enjoyed by New England for her godly and apostolic mode of life. [Laughter] When they catch a cod out comes a tax from a Western farmer! But when we catch a catfish or a sucker out West, we do not get any bounty. [Laughter.] A Couple of illustrations. I propose to give two illustrations of these truths. The first is in your midst. Every Sabbath you have a sermon from Dr. Cheever, [] demonstrating that our failures in battle are owing to the displeasure of God, because of the sin of slavery, [Cried of "Oh!"] He makes slavery the terrible crime of the world in his own fancy, and reduces Omnipotence to the task of punishing us by war for its existence. He conveniently forgets that, there is another side to the battle, and that when we fail God sides, by his foolish logic, with slaveholders. [Laughter] Parallel with this logic, turn back to 1676, when Randolph
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