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dates were put before the people — Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas. A fourth was nominated--Mr. Lincoln, but he had no tickeim a better Union man and a stronger candidate than either Douglas or Bell; and here let me ask those Bell, Douglas, or BreckDouglas, or Breckinridge men present, if they did not cast their votes under the impression that they were trying to elect the strongest Uniont down secession. He was a stronger man in the South than Douglas, while it was agreed that Douglas was strongest at the NorDouglas was strongest at the North. We had reason to hope that, by a combination of their strength, Lincoln might be defeated. If all were defeated but Mr.e part you are enacting in this bloody drama? Let me ask, Douglas supporters, how could you go off into the disunion camp? error which followed the defeat of Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas, and when the election was over, I repaired to Washington. it will be mine." Let me ask Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas men, what duty is left for you to perform? Only one; if y