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Chapter 9: The coercion of Missouri answers of the governors of States to President Lincoln's requisition for troops restoration of forts Caswell and Johnson to the United States Government condition of Missouri similar to that of Kentucky hostilities, how initiated in Missouri agreement between Generals Price and Harney its favorable effects General Harney relieved of command by the United States Government because of his Pacific policy removal of public arms from Missouri
The prompt and spirited answer he gave to the call upon North Carolina to furnish troops for the subjugation of the Southern states was the fitting complement of his earlier action in immediately restoring to the federal government Forts Johnson and Caswell, which had been seized without proper authority.
In communicating his action to President Buchanan, he wrote:
My information satisfies me that this popular outbreak was caused by a report, very generally credited, but which,