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decide; but if there be, we should not be embarrassed by Dr. Breckinridge's difficulty in fixing the place. We should "locate it" without hesitation in his own neighborhood, where a minister of the Gospel, with the sacred name of the Redeemer upon his lips, flourishes the Devil's firebrands at every Kentuckian who dares even to remain neutral in a war upon the rights and freedom of the South. This is the crime for which he, a minister of the Gospel, says they "deserve not to be saved." In what chapter of the Gospel of Peace did this monster in Israel, the Rev. R. J. Breckinridge, D. D., learn that the conditions of salvation are faith and obedience to old Abe Lincoln?--Whether there be, or ought to be, a Purgatory (by which is meant a temporary place of fiery purification hereafter,) or not, is a question which we, who are no theologians, do not pretend to decide; but that there is, and ought to be, a Hell, no one can doubt who reads the above extract from Breckinridge's sermon.
olutions proclaiming resistance to Federal and State Governments. McKee, Breckinridge, Marshall, Duncan, Preston, Bruce, Ewing, Hodge, Thompson, and Johnson appointed to carry out the resolutions of the Provisional Government established, and to go into effect on the 18th of November. Col. Jim Jackson Scalped. The Louisville (Bowling Green) Courier, of the 29th Oct., has the following: We are informed that this traitor and renegade to his State and section, who was bought by Lincoln gold and a Lincoln appointment, made a narrow escape from death a few days since. As we heard the story, he had very rudely and coarsely treated one of his men while on drill, who, incensed at the treatment, levelled his gun at Jackson and pulled trigger. The Minnie ball grazed his forehead, tearing his hair out, and pretty well scalping him, but not seriously injuring him. He will not come off so easily when our boys get after him. Shooting affray. The Louisville Journal says:
endell Phillips commenced it in a garret in Boston in 1830, and since that day a vast horde of Northern parietes have been battering and bombarding the temple of Union. The finishing stroke was given on the 6th November, 1860 in the election of Lincoln, who has since demonstrated his contempt for the Constitution, and disclosed the agencies which he was commissioned by his section to employ against the South. The would could not expect the South to remain in a Union presided over by a man full of the purposes that actuated Lincoln, elected by a section animated by the spirit towards her shown by the manner in which they have supported so execrable a wretch in a policy so nefarious as that he has pursued. If the preservation of the Union had been their design, they had only to concede to the South its plain constitutional rights. These were demanded in respectful firm; they were even pleaded for in obsequious terms. Our prayers were rejected with insolence, with insult, and w