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Robert Chambers (search for this): article 2
to "re-occupy," repossess, or re-take" any forts or any other property within the limits of the seceded States, would be acts of war, and that such acts would absolve Maryland and the Border States from all connection with the United States. Judge Chambers left the Chair and opposed these amendments as in reality opening the way to secession, and as initiating a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a tg a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a time an "irrepressible conflict" threatened the harmony of the Conference.--Finally the subject was got rid of by postponing its consideration until the next meeting of the Conference." The Commissioners appointed to Virginia, are Ex-Gov. E. L. Lowe, Judge Chambers, W. H. Norris, and Dr. J. Hanson Thomas.--They will arrive in Richmond to-morrow morning.
E. L. Lowe (search for this): article 2
s proposed by the report of the Committee on Resolutions, submitted amendments declaring that all attempts upon the part of the Government to "re-occupy," repossess, or re-take" any forts or any other property within the limits of the seceded States, would be acts of war, and that such acts would absolve Maryland and the Border States from all connection with the United States. Judge Chambers left the Chair and opposed these amendments as in reality opening the way to secession, and as initiating a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a time an "irrepressible conflict" threatened the harmony of the Conference.--Finally the subject was got rid of by postponing its consideration until the next meeting of the Conference." The Commissioners appointed to Virginia, are Ex-Gov. E. L. Lowe, Judge Chambers, W. H. Norris, and Dr. J. Hanson Thomas.--They will arrive in Richmond to-morrow morning.
W. H. Norris (search for this): article 2
s proposed by the report of the Committee on Resolutions, submitted amendments declaring that all attempts upon the part of the Government to "re-occupy," repossess, or re-take" any forts or any other property within the limits of the seceded States, would be acts of war, and that such acts would absolve Maryland and the Border States from all connection with the United States. Judge Chambers left the Chair and opposed these amendments as in reality opening the way to secession, and as initiating a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a time an "irrepressible conflict" threatened the harmony of the Conference.--Finally the subject was got rid of by postponing its consideration until the next meeting of the Conference." The Commissioners appointed to Virginia, are Ex-Gov. E. L. Lowe, Judge Chambers, W. H. Norris, and Dr. J. Hanson Thomas.--They will arrive in Richmond to-morrow morning.
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 2
The Maryland State Convention --Adjournment.--The informal State Conference, of Maryland, assembled in Baltimore, closed its business Wednesday, and adjourned for the present. The resolutions adopted declare that "the policy and interests of Maryland require that no action shall be taken by which the State shall be committed until the State of Virginia shall have determined the question of hern Border States, by delegates deriving authority from the people, would meet the approval of Maryland, and appointed a Committee to visit the Virginia Convention and express to them the "foregoing within the limits of the seceded States, would be acts of war, and that such acts would absolve Maryland and the Border States from all connection with the United States. Judge Chambers left the Chaire way to secession, and as initiating a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a time an "irrepressible con
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
The Maryland State Convention --Adjournment.--The informal State Conference, of Maryland, assembled in Baltimore, closed its business Wednesday, and adjourned for the present. The resolutions adopted declare that "the policy and interests of Maryland require that no action shall be taken by which the State shall be committed until the State of Virginia shall have determined the question of a proposed Conference or some other measure requiring the co- operation of this State." The Convention further resolved that the proposition for a Conference among the Southern Border States, by delegates deriving authority from the people, would meet the approval of Maryland, and appointed a Committee to visit the Virginia Convention and express to them the "foregoing assurance." "Those of the delegates who desired to go farther than was proposed by the report of the Committee on Resolutions, submitted amendments declaring that all attempts upon the part of the Government to "re-occupy,
United States (United States) (search for this): article 2
rginia Convention and express to them the "foregoing assurance." "Those of the delegates who desired to go farther than was proposed by the report of the Committee on Resolutions, submitted amendments declaring that all attempts upon the part of the Government to "re-occupy," repossess, or re-take" any forts or any other property within the limits of the seceded States, would be acts of war, and that such acts would absolve Maryland and the Border States from all connection with the United States. Judge Chambers left the Chair and opposed these amendments as in reality opening the way to secession, and as initiating a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a time an "irrepressible conflict" threatened the harmony of the Conference.--Finally the subject was got rid of by postponing its consideration until the next meeting of the Conference." The Commissioners appointed to Virginia, ar
J. Hanson Thomas (search for this): article 2
s proposed by the report of the Committee on Resolutions, submitted amendments declaring that all attempts upon the part of the Government to "re-occupy," repossess, or re-take" any forts or any other property within the limits of the seceded States, would be acts of war, and that such acts would absolve Maryland and the Border States from all connection with the United States. Judge Chambers left the Chair and opposed these amendments as in reality opening the way to secession, and as initiating a programme that would not be sanctioned by the people of Maryland. Strong speeches were made in support of the amendments, and for a time an "irrepressible conflict" threatened the harmony of the Conference.--Finally the subject was got rid of by postponing its consideration until the next meeting of the Conference." The Commissioners appointed to Virginia, are Ex-Gov. E. L. Lowe, Judge Chambers, W. H. Norris, and Dr. J. Hanson Thomas.--They will arrive in Richmond to-morrow morning.