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Thomas W. Noon (search for this): chapter 4
Easley.Andrew F. Luis.Langdon Cheves.William Curtis. Lewis Malone Ayer, Jr.James Harrison.Robert A. Thompson.Georde Rhodes.H. D. Green. W. Peronneau Finley.W. H. Campbell.William S. Grisham.A. G. Magrath.Mathew P. Mayes. I. I. Brabham.T. J. Withers.John Maxwell.Wm. Porcher Miles.Thomas Reese English, St. Benjamin W. Lawton.James Chesnut, Jr.John E. Frampton.John Townsend.Albertus Chambers Spain. John McKee.Joseph Brevard Kershaw.W. Ferguson Hutson.Robert N. Gourdin.J. M. Gadberry. Thomas W. Noon.Thomas W. Beaty.W. F. De Saussure.H. W. Conner.J. S. Sims. Richard Woods.William I. Ellis.William Hopkins.Theodore D. Wagner.Wm. H. Gist. A Q. Dunovant.R. L. Crawford.James H. Adams.R. Barnwell Rhett.James Jefferies. John A. Inglis.W. C. Caruthers.Maxcy Gregg.C. G. Memminger.Anthony W. Dozier. Henry McIver.D. P. Robinson.John H. Kinsler.Gabriel Manigault.John G. Pressley. Stephen Jackson.H. E. Young.Ephraim M. Clark.John Julius Pringle Smith.R. C. Logan. W. Pinckney Shingler.H. W.
Theodore D. Wagner (search for this): chapter 4
.H. D. Green. W. Peronneau Finley.W. H. Campbell.William S. Grisham.A. G. Magrath.Mathew P. Mayes. I. I. Brabham.T. J. Withers.John Maxwell.Wm. Porcher Miles.Thomas Reese English, St. Benjamin W. Lawton.James Chesnut, Jr.John E. Frampton.John Townsend.Albertus Chambers Spain. John McKee.Joseph Brevard Kershaw.W. Ferguson Hutson.Robert N. Gourdin.J. M. Gadberry. Thomas W. Noon.Thomas W. Beaty.W. F. De Saussure.H. W. Conner.J. S. Sims. Richard Woods.William I. Ellis.William Hopkins.Theodore D. Wagner.Wm. H. Gist. A Q. Dunovant.R. L. Crawford.James H. Adams.R. Barnwell Rhett.James Jefferies. John A. Inglis.W. C. Caruthers.Maxcy Gregg.C. G. Memminger.Anthony W. Dozier. Henry McIver.D. P. Robinson.John H. Kinsler.Gabriel Manigault.John G. Pressley. Stephen Jackson.H. E. Young.Ephraim M. Clark.John Julius Pringle Smith.R. C. Logan. W. Pinckney Shingler.H. W. Garlington.Alex. H. Brown.Isaac W. Hayne.Francis S. Parker. Peter P. Bonneau.John D. Williams.E. S. P. Bellinger.Jn. H. Ho
F. M. Bristow (search for this): chapter 4
e Committee consisted of the following persons:--Thomas Corwin, of Ohio; John S. Millson, of Virginia; Charles Francis Adams, of Massachusetts; W. Winslow, of North Carolina; James Humphreys, of New York; Wm. W. Boyce, of South Carolina; James H. Campbell, of Pennsylvania; Peter E. Love, of Georgia; Orris S. Ferry, of Connecticut; Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland; C. Robinson, of Rhode Island; W. G. Whiteley, of Delaware; M. W. Tappen, of New Hampshire; John L. N. Stratton, of New Jersey; F. M. Bristow, of Kentucky; J. S. Morrill, of Vermont; T. A. R. Nelson, of Tennessee; Wm. McKee Dunn, of Indiana; Miles Taylor, of Louisiana; Reuben Davis, of Mississippi; William Kellogg, of Illinois; George S. Houston, of Alabama; F. H. Morse, of Maine; John S. Phelps, of Missouri; Albert Rust, of Arkansas; William A. Howard, of Michigan; George S. Hawkins, of Florida; A. J. Hamilton, of Texas; C. C. Washburn, of Wisconsin; S. R. Curtis, of Iowa; John C. Burch, of California; William Winslow, of Min
A. W. Bethen (search for this): chapter 4
whole assembly at once rose to its feet, and, with hats off, listened to the touching and eloquent appeal to the All-wise Disposer of events. At the conclusion of the ceremonies, when the signatures had all been affixed by the members, whose names were called in the order of their districts, The signatures were written in five columns, and in the following order:-- D. F. Jamison, Delegate from Barnwell, and President of the Convention. Thomas Chiles Perrin.R. G. M. Dunovant.A. W. Bethen.John M. Shingler.B. H. Rutledge. Edward Noble.James Parsons Carroll.E. W. Goodwin.Daniel Du Pre.Edward McCrady. J. H. Wilson.William Gregg.William D. Johnson.A. Mazyck.Francis I. Porcher. Thos. Thomson.Andrew J. Hammond.Alex. McLeod.William Cain.T. L. Gourdin. David Lewis Wardlaw.James Tompkins.John P. Kinard.P. G. Snowden.John S. Palmer. John Alfred Calhoun.James C. Smyly.Robert Moorman.George W. Seabrook.John L. Nowell. John Izard Middleton.John Hugh Means.Joseph Caldwell.John Jen
Preston S. Brooks (search for this): chapter 4
e-labor State, the infamous Fugitive Slave Law, which no man not interested in slavery ever advocated as right in principle, became a law of the land, with some other concessions in that direction. in September, 1850, silenced the conspirators for a while; but when, in 1856, John C. Fremont, an opponent of Slavery, was nominated for the Presidency by the newly formed Republican party, they had another pretext for a display of their boasted disloyalty to the Union. One of their number, named Brooks, with his hands stained, as it were, with the blood of a Senator whom he had struck to the floor in the Senate Chamber at Washington with a bludgeon, with murderous intent (and who, for this so-called chivalrous act, was rewarded by his compeers with the present of a gold-headed cane, and re-election to Congress), said, in an harangue before an excited populace, I tell you that the only mode which I think available for meeting the issue is just to tear in twain the Constitution of the United
pon them to follow his example. It was a characteristic production. After talking much of honor, he thus counseled his friends to engage in plundering the Government:--What the South most asks of you now is, to bring with you every ship and man you can, that we may use them against the oppressors of our liberties, and the enemies of our aggravated but united people. At that time, thirty-six naval officers, born in Slave-labor States, had resigned. They were amazed when patriots like Commodore Shubrick refused to do the bidding of traitors. On the 16th of November, the Chancellor (Dunkin) of South Carolina closed his court, and expressed a hope that when the members should reassemble, it would be as a court in an independent State, and that State a member of a Southern Confederacy. The next day was a gala one in Charleston. A pine liberty-pole, ninety feet in height, was erected, and a Palmetto flag was unfurled from its top — a white flag, with a green Palmetto-tree in the midd
Samuel J. Glover (search for this): chapter 4
Johnson.A. Mazyck.Francis I. Porcher. Thos. Thomson.Andrew J. Hammond.Alex. McLeod.William Cain.T. L. Gourdin. David Lewis Wardlaw.James Tompkins.John P. Kinard.P. G. Snowden.John S. Palmer. John Alfred Calhoun.James C. Smyly.Robert Moorman.George W. Seabrook.John L. Nowell. John Izard Middleton.John Hugh Means.Joseph Caldwell.John Jenkins.John S. O'Hear. Benjamin E. Sessions.William Strother Lyles.Simon Fair.R. G. Davant.John G. Landrum. J. N. Whitner.Henry Campbell Davis.Thomas Worth Glover.E. M. Seabrook.B. B. Foster. James L. Orr.John Buchanan.Lawrence M. Keitt.John J. Wannamaker.Benjamin F. Kilgore. J. P. Reed.James C. Furman.Donald Rowe Barton.Elias B. Scott.James H. Carlisle. R. S. Simpson.P. E. Duncan.William Hunter.Jos. E. Jenkins.Simpson Bobo. Benjamin Franklin Mauldin.W. K. Easley.Andrew F. Luis.Langdon Cheves.William Curtis. Lewis Malone Ayer, Jr.James Harrison.Robert A. Thompson.Georde Rhodes.H. D. Green. W. Peronneau Finley.W. H. Campbell.William S. Grisham.A.
Robert Toombs (search for this): chapter 4
raternal good — will and peace. On motion of Lazarus W. Powell, of Kentucky, a Committee of Thirteen was appointed by Vice-President Breckinridge, to consider the. condition of the country, and report some plan, by amendments of the National Constitution or otherwise, for its pacification. This Committee consisted of L. W. Powell and John J. Crittenden, of Kentucky; William H. Seward, of New York; J. Collamer, of Vermont; William Bigler, of Pennsylvania; R. M. T. Hunter, of Virginia; Robert Toombs, of Georgia; Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi; H. M. Rice, of Minnesota; Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois; Benjamin Wade, of Ohio; J. R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin. and J. W. Grimes, of Iowa., The Committee; was composed of eight Democrats and five Republicans. On the same day, the. venerable John J. Crittenden offered to the Senate a series of amendments of the Constitution, and Joint Resolutions, for the protection of Slavery and the interests of the slaveholders, which, embodied, are know
John P. Richardson (search for this): chapter 4
.R. L. Crawford.James H. Adams.R. Barnwell Rhett.James Jefferies. John A. Inglis.W. C. Caruthers.Maxcy Gregg.C. G. Memminger.Anthony W. Dozier. Henry McIver.D. P. Robinson.John H. Kinsler.Gabriel Manigault.John G. Pressley. Stephen Jackson.H. E. Young.Ephraim M. Clark.John Julius Pringle Smith.R. C. Logan. W. Pinckney Shingler.H. W. Garlington.Alex. H. Brown.Isaac W. Hayne.Francis S. Parker. Peter P. Bonneau.John D. Williams.E. S. P. Bellinger.Jn. H. Honour.Benj. Faneuil Duncan. John P. Richardson.W. D. Watts.Merrick E. Carn.Richard De Treville.Samuel Taylor Atkinson. John L. Manning.Thos. Wier.E. R. Henderson.Thomas M. Hanckel.Alex. M. Forster. John I. Ingram.H. I. Caughman.Peter Stokes.A. W. Burnet.Wm. Blackburn Wilson. Edgar W. Charles.John C. Geiger.Daniel Flud.Thomas Y. Simons.Robert T. Allison. Julius A. Dargan.Paul Quattlebaum.David C. Appleby.Artemas T. Darby.Samuel Rainey. Isaac D. Wilson.W. B. Rowell.R. W. Barnwell.L. W. Spratt.A. Baxter Springs. John M. Timmons.
George S. Hawkins (search for this): chapter 4
, and all by a refusal to vote. I do not vote, said Singleton, of Mississippi, because I have not been sent here to make any compromises or patch up existing difficulties. The subject will be decided by a convention of the people of my State. Hawkins, of Florida, said:--The day of compromise has passed. I am opposed, and so is my State, to all and every compromise. I shall not vote. Clopton, of Alabama, considered secession as the only remedy for existing evils, and would not sanction anyof Indiana; Miles Taylor, of Louisiana; Reuben Davis, of Mississippi; William Kellogg, of Illinois; George S. Houston, of Alabama; F. H. Morse, of Maine; John S. Phelps, of Missouri; Albert Rust, of Arkansas; William A. Howard, of Michigan; George S. Hawkins, of Florida; A. J. Hamilton, of Texas; C. C. Washburn, of Wisconsin; S. R. Curtis, of Iowa; John C. Burch, of California; William Winslow, of Minnesota; and Lansing Stout, of Oregon. The Speaker, in framing this Committee, chose conservati
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