the resolutions then adopted, and to show that they went further than the honorable Senator from Kentucky has stated.
I take it for granted, from the date to which the honorable Senator has alluded, he means the resolutions introduced by the honorable Senator from South Carolina [Mr. Calhoun], not now in his seat, and to which honorable Senator from South Carolina [Mr. Calhoun], not now in his seat, and to which the Senator from Kentucky proposed certain amendments.
Of the resolutions introduced by the Senator from South Carolina, I will read the fifth in the series, that to which the honorable Senator from Kentucky must have alluded.
It is in these words:
Resolved, That the intermeddling of any State or States, or their citizens,
These constitute with me two great objections to the propositions of the honorable Senator from Kentucky; but, without stating all the objections that I have, and tother occasion, I desire at present merely to notice the assertion of the honorable Senator, that slavery would never under any circumstances be established in Calif