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South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
Suggestions of New Compromises. "Augusta, Friday, Nov. 28.--A resolution was offered in the Georgia Legislature demanding the repeal, by Northern States, of laws obstructing the rendition of fugitive slaves. Also, an enactment of Congress for removing , by in the at all property such action contingent as Georgia remaining in the voice. [From the New York Albany Evening Journal.] Here is something tangible. It suggests a basis on which negotiations can be inaugurated. South Carolina goes ahead without "rhyme or reason." There, it is not disunion for cause, but disunion per se. Assuming the possibility of coming together in a fraternal spirit for the purpose of effecting "a more perfect union among the States," we are not without hopes that the result may prove auspicious. With a mutual desire to harmonize differences, let us suppose that in the place of a vindictive Fugitive Slave law — a law repugnant to manhood and honor--one should be enacted which arms the
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
Suggestions of New Compromises. "Augusta, Friday, Nov. 28.--A resolution was offered in the Georgia Legislature demanding the repeal, by Northern States, of laws obstructing the rendition of fugitive slaves. Also, an enactment of Congress for removing , by in the at all property such action contingent as Georgia remaining in the voice. [From the New York Albany Evening Journal.] Here is something tangible. It suggests a basis on which negotiations can be inaugurated. South Carolina goes ahead without "rhyme or reason." There, it is not disunion for cause, but disunion per se. Assuming the possibility of coming together in a fraternal spirit for the purpose of effecting "a more perfect union among the States," we are not without hopes that the result may prove auspicious. With a mutual desire to harmonize differences, let us suppose that in the place of a vindictive Fugitive Slave law — a law repugnant to manhood and honor--one should be enacted which arms
Augusta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
Suggestions of New Compromises. "Augusta, Friday, Nov. 28.--A resolution was offered in the Georgia Legislature demanding the repeal, by Northern States, of laws obstructing the rendition of fugitive slaves. Also, an enactment of Congress for removing , by in the at all property such action contingent as Georgia remaining in the voice. [From the New York Albany Evening Journal.] Here is something tangible. It suggests a basis on which negotiations can be inaugurated. South Carolina goes ahead without "rhyme or reason." There, it is not disunion for cause, but disunion per se. Assuming the possibility of coming together in a fraternal spirit for the purpose of effecting "a more perfect union among the States," we are not without hopes that the result may prove auspicious. With a mutual desire to harmonize differences, let us suppose that in the place of a vindictive Fugitive Slave law — a law repugnant to manhood and honor--one should be enacted which arms
November 28th (search for this): article 6
Suggestions of New Compromises. "Augusta, Friday, Nov. 28.--A resolution was offered in the Georgia Legislature demanding the repeal, by Northern States, of laws obstructing the rendition of fugitive slaves. Also, an enactment of Congress for removing , by in the at all property such action contingent as Georgia remaining in the voice. [From the New York Albany Evening Journal.] Here is something tangible. It suggests a basis on which negotiations can be inaugurated. South Carolina goes ahead without "rhyme or reason." There, it is not disunion for cause, but disunion per se. Assuming the possibility of coming together in a fraternal spirit for the purpose of effecting "a more perfect union among the States," we are not without hopes that the result may prove auspicious. With a mutual desire to harmonize differences, let us suppose that in the place of a vindictive Fugitive Slave law — a law repugnant to manhood and honor--one should be enacted which arms t