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xxvii. Kentucky. Politicians elections overwhelming Union majorities Magoffin's neutrality the President's response Rebel invasion Legislature protests ing the slaveholding ascendency in the Union as it was. Hence, we have seen Gov. Magoffin See pp. 340-41. protest against the secession of South Carolina and the was very nearly maintained at her regular State election (August 5th), when — Magoffin being still Governor, Buckner commander of the State Guard, and the local offietermined Union Legislature having thus been elected but not yet assembled, Gov. Magoffin, feeling that his time was short, and that any further mischief to the Uniow peaceful and tranquil. B. Magoffin. The President, declining to receive Magoffin's Commissioners otherwise than as private citizens, returned this terse and puislature convened September 3d, but was not fully organized till the 5th, when Magoffin submitted a Message based on the assumption of Kentucky's proper and perfect n