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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 3, Chapter 2: the Irish address.—1842. (search)
consciousness that a Northern proposal of disunion was deadly to slavery. Wise of Virginia, with a Border State precipitancy, Henry A. Wise. hotly declared that the person who presented such a petition ought to be censured, and his colleague Gilmer lost Thos. W. Gilmer. no time in making a motion to that effect. This was superseded on the following day by resolutions concocted Lib. 12.18, 21, 25. in caucus, and presented in the House by Marshall of Thos. F. Marshall. Kentucky‚Äďagain a BoThos. W. Gilmer. no time in making a motion to that effect. This was superseded on the following day by resolutions concocted Lib. 12.18, 21, 25. in caucus, and presented in the House by Marshall of Thos. F. Marshall. Kentucky‚Äďagain a Border State taking the lead. The preamble is a landmark in the history of Southern opinion of the sacredness of the Union: Whereas, The Federal Constitution is a permanent form of Lib. 12.18. Government, and of perpetual obligation until altered or modified in the modes pointed out by that instrument, and the members of this House, deriving their political character and powers from the same, are sworn to support it, and the dissolution of the Union necessarily implies the destruction of th