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ay. But it is not to be denied that the fifteen hundred, apprehending that the Governor might attempt to play the tyrant,—since his conduct has already been insidious and unjust,—wore on their hats bunches of hemp. They were resolved, if a tyrant attempted to trample upon the rights of the sovereign people, to hang him. 6. It is again confirmed by testimony of a lady for five years resident in Western Missouri, who thus writes in a letter published in the New Haven Register:— Miami, Saline County, November 26, 1855. You ask me to tell you something about the Kansas and Missouri troubles. Of course you know in what they have originated. There is no denying that the Missourians have determined to control the elections, if possible; and I do not know that their measures would be justifiable, except upon the principle of self-preservation; and that, you know, is the first law of Nature. 7. And it is confirmed still further by the Circular of the Emigration Society of Lafa<
ay. But it is not to be denied that the fifteen hundred, apprehending that the Governor might attempt to play the tyrant,—since his conduct has already been insidious and unjust,—wore on their hats bunches of hemp. They were resolved, if a tyrant attempted to trample upon the rights of the sovereign people, to hang him. 6. It is again confirmed by testimony of a lady for five years resident in Western Missouri, who thus writes in a letter published in the New Haven Register:— Miami, Saline County, November 26, 1855. You ask me to tell you something about the Kansas and Missouri troubles. Of course you know in what they have originated. There is no denying that the Missourians have determined to control the elections, if possible; and I do not know that their measures would be justifiable, except upon the principle of self-preservation; and that, you know, is the first law of Nature. 7. And it is confirmed still further by the Circular of the Emigration Society of Lafa<