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oses which may be necessary if Lincoln attempts to march through Baltimore with an army of Wide-Awakes behind him.--The volunteers number 1,000, all young men, and all true to the South. As Virginia goes, so will Maryland go. This was the conclusion of the Electors of the latter State in private meeting the other day. The disposition of the various parties in Virginia to come together, as manifested in the honorable course of the Breckinridge electors and the unanimous approbation of Mr. Goggin's resolutions at the last Bedford Court, fills every Virginian here with unfeigned joy. Let us in this crisis be worthy of our name and fame. To show the temper of the South, I relate an incident which occurred at the caucus of Southern members night before last. Representatives were present from South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Louisiana. A member from South Carolina, wishing to get the sense of the meeting as to the Buchanan-Cobb scheme of getting his Sta
The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1860., [Electronic resource], The Burning of the Kentucky Lunatic Asylum. (search)
oses which may be necessary if Lincoln attempts to march through Baltimore with an army of Wide-Awakes behind him.--The volunteers number 1,000, all young men, and all true to the South. As Virginia goes, so will Maryland go. This was the conclusion of the Electors of the latter State in private meeting the other day. The disposition of the various parties in Virginia to come together, as manifested in the honorable course of the Breckinridge electors and the unanimous approbation of Mr. Goggin's resolutions at the last Bedford Court, fills every Virginian here with unfeigned joy. Let us in this crisis be worthy of our name and fame. To show the temper of the South, I relate an incident which occurred at the caucus of Southern members night before last. Representatives were present from South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Louisiana. A member from South Carolina, wishing to get the sense of the meeting as to the Buchanan-Cobb scheme of getting his Sta