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Slavery in the War — Emancipation.
Patrick Henry on Federal power over Slavery
John Quincy Adams
Joshua R. Giddings
Gen. T. W. Sherman
his report revised by President Lincoln
Seward to McClellan
overruled by the President
Gen. McClellan on the negro
Horace Greeley to Lincoln
do, to the Chicago Clergymen
Lincoln's first Proclamation of Freedom
the Elections of 1862
second Proclamation of Freedom
Edward Everett on its Validity.
the Federal Constitution was framed in General Convention, and carried in the several State Conventions, by the aid of adroit and politic evasions and reserves on the part of its framers and champions.
The existing necessity for a stronger central authority, which had been dev