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Repeal of the Northern Liberty Bills. The conservative portion of the Republican party in Massachusetts and Vermont are making movements towards the repeal of the unconstitutional "liberty bills" which have been passed by those States. In the Vermont Legislature a bill for the repeal of the law of that State has been introduy a similar law. In connection with this subject, we quote the following paragraph from the Salem (Mass.) Advocate: "The conservative Republicans of Massachusetts are now beginning to feel the effects of the teachings of the fanatical portion of their leaders, and as an evidence that they are not prepared to follow them t city, calling for a repeal of the odious 'Personal Liberty Bill.' This is right. Such a petition should be in circulation in every city, town and village in Massachusetts. We hope Salem will immediately follow the example of Boston. It is only by a faithful compliance with all our constitutional obligations that harmony and pe
e is to be visited with the pains and penalties of treason, and that the South itself, as intimated by the Republican, is to perform that duty, we imagine they are calculating without their host. The subjoined table shows the penalties imposed in the several Northern disunion States on those officers or citizens who may aid in preserving the Constitution in fact by enforcing the Fugitive Slave Law, viz: States.Imprisonment.Fine. Maine5 years.$1.000 Vermont15 years.2.000 Massachusetts5 years.5.000 Connecticut5 years.5.000 Pennsylvania3 months.1.000 Indiana14 years.5.000 Michigan10 years.1.000 Wisconsin2 years.1.000 Iowa5 years.1.000 It will be seen from the above that the Northern States are nearly all in a position of practical disunion; that is, they have refused to sustain the Constitution which their fathers adopted. Is the Federal Government going to put down nullification there, and will the North stand with drawn sword at its back, ready to sust
The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1860., [Electronic resource], November Strawberries in Massachusetts. (search)
November Strawberries in Massachusetts. --The Cape Ann Advertiser says: "The mild weather the past few weeks has produced a second crop of wild strawberries on Stage Fort. Last Sabbath, a friend of ours picked quite a number in that vicinity."