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oil of Kentucky, and interdicting all hostile demonstrations against either of the aforesaid sovereignties by citizens of that State, whether incorporated in the State Guard or otherwise. Had he been an autocrat, this might have proved effectual. But the Legislature refused to indorse his Proclamation; refused to vote him Three Millions wherewith to arm the State; and so amended the Militia Law as to require the State Guard to swear allegiance to the Union as well as to Kentucky. Senator Louis H. Rousseau, Since, a gallant Union General. among others, spoke May 22d. decidedly, boldly, in opposition to all projects of Disunion or semi-Disunion; saying: When Kentucky goes down, it will be in blood. Let that be understood. She will not go as other States have gone. Let the responsibility rest on you, where it belongs. It is all your work, and whatever happens will be your work. We have more right to defend our Government than you have to overturn it. Many of us are sworn
rnor's answer to the President's call for troops, 460; progress of secession in; Magoffin's message, 492-3; Legislature remains loyal; Union meeting in Louisville, 493-4; the nature of the State Guard; Buckner; Legislature reassembles; speech of Rousseau, 494-5; neutrality sentiments of the Legislature; election for the Peace Convention, 495; activity of the secessionists; vote of the State for Congressmen, 496; her Members at the extra session, 553; President's Message with regard to her neutrd by the Federals, 527. root, Joseph M., of Ohio, resolve by, 193. Rosecrans, Gen., wins the battle of Rich Mountain, 522; captures Pegram, 523; attacks Floyd at Carnifex Ferry, 525; attempts to surprise the Rebels at Gauley Mount, 526. Rousseau, Louis H.,of Ky., speech of, 494-5. Ruatan, Island of, Walker lands there, 277. Ruffin. Edmund, of Va., speech of, at Columbia, S. C., 335-6; fires the first shot at Sumter. Ruffin. M R., of N. C., in Peace Conference, 402. Runnels,