ngs, dodge about between the mighty legs of King Pickens, seeking dishonorable graves.
We are opposed to coercion.
We are for letting the seceding States alone.
At the same time we are for having and making the seceding States let the United States alone.
While we are an American citizen, we will never acknowledge the superiority of South Carolina & Co., over the small balance of the world.--While the Stars and Stripes wave over the remainder of the United States, let them never be lowUnited States, let them never be lowered to satisfy the caprice of a factious and fractious mob of Southern fanatics.
Never, Never, Never.
Action of the Kentucky Legislature.
We have news from Kentucky of the passage by the House, by a vote of 54 to 40, of the resolutions reported by the Special Committee on Federal Relations — the same having passed the Senate on the 1st, by a vote of 25 to 11.--The following is the third resolution:
Resolved, That as this General Assembly has made an application to Congress to c