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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], A speech on Lincoln's message from a Newly-elected U. S. Senator. (search)
. Richardson made a speech scathing the gorilla. He said: Mr. Chairman--The annual Message recently sent to this House by the Presidente enjoyed in this now distracted and divided country. But, Mr. Chairman, there are a few pass ages in the message so extraordinary, so wrtment of the Government is being run for his benefit. Now, Mr. Chairman, I have a single word to those who are temporarily exercising thf need be, vindicate it before God and the world. I repeat, Mr. Chairman, our people are in earnest. They mean all that they have said. onstitution, take the legal consequences of their act. But, Mr. Chairman, there is no excuse or palliation for the arrests that have beenn this country, except inside the actual lines of the army. Mr. Chairman, I have talked warmly upon this subject because I felt deeply. sings of the Union may yet be restored, and made perpetual. Mr. Chairman, I am very much obliged to the committee for the attention with