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Presidency. Three candidates were put before the people — Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas. A fourth was nominated--Mr. Lincoln, but he had no ticket in this State. I ask of Mr. Bell's friends, what position do you take? "The Union, the Constitr Union man and a stronger candidate than either Douglas or Bell; and here let me ask those Bell, Douglas, or Breckinridge mBell, Douglas, or Breckinridge men present, if they did not cast their votes under the impression that they were trying to elect the strongest Union candiday belief was that Breckinridge was a more eligible man than Bell; that from his well known position in the eyes of the natioake the sacrifice of my health — nay, my life, my all. Bell men, how can you justify yourselves for the part you are enwitness of the reign of terror which followed the defeat of Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas, and when the election was over,hen you deceive me again, it will be mine." Let me ask Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas men, what duty is left for you t