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United States (United States) (search for this): article 10
"Resolved, That a committee of three delegates be appointed to wait on the President of the United States, present to him this preamble and resolution, and respectfully ask him to communicate to this Convention the policy which the Federal Executive intends to pursue in regard to the Confederate States." In answer, I have to say that having, at the beginning of my official term, expressed mme to my hands. But if, as now appears to be true, in pursuit of a purpose to drive the United States authority from these places, an unprovoked assault has been made upon Fort Sumter, I shall hproves true that Fort Sumter has been assaulted, as is reported, I shall, perhaps, cause the United States mails to be withdrawn from all the States which claim to have seceded, believing that the coted within the States which claim to have seceded, as yet belonging to the Government of the United States, as much as they did before the supposed secession. Whatever else I may do for the purp
William Ballard Preston (search for this): article 10
Important from Washington.Lincoln's Interview with theVirginia Commissioners.policy of the Administration. We learn from Washington that the Commissioners appointed by the Virginia Convention had a "pleasant interview" with President Lincoln last Saturday morning, at nine o'clock. The President's reply was given in writing as follows: Hon. Messrs. Preston, Stuart and Randolph: Gentlemen-- As a committee of the Virginia Convention, now in session, you present me a preamble and resolution in these words. "Whereas, in the opinion of this Convention, the uncertainty which prevails in the public mind as to the policy which the Federal Executive intends to pursue toward the seceded States, is extremely injurious to the industrial and commercial interests of the country, tends to keep up an excitement which is unfavorable to the adjustment of pending difficulties, and threatens a disturbance of the public peace: Therefore. "Resolved, That a committee of three delegates b
George W. Randolph (search for this): article 10
Important from Washington.Lincoln's Interview with theVirginia Commissioners.policy of the Administration. We learn from Washington that the Commissioners appointed by the Virginia Convention had a "pleasant interview" with President Lincoln last Saturday morning, at nine o'clock. The President's reply was given in writing as follows: Hon. Messrs. Preston, Stuart and Randolph: Gentlemen-- As a committee of the Virginia Convention, now in session, you present me a preamble and resolution in these words. "Whereas, in the opinion of this Convention, the uncertainty which prevails in the public mind as to the policy which the Federal Executive intends to pursue toward the seceded States, is extremely injurious to the industrial and commercial interests of the country, tends to keep up an excitement which is unfavorable to the adjustment of pending difficulties, and threatens a disturbance of the public peace: Therefore. "Resolved, That a committee of three delegates be
Alexander H. H. Stuart (search for this): article 10
Important from Washington.Lincoln's Interview with theVirginia Commissioners.policy of the Administration. We learn from Washington that the Commissioners appointed by the Virginia Convention had a "pleasant interview" with President Lincoln last Saturday morning, at nine o'clock. The President's reply was given in writing as follows: Hon. Messrs. Preston, Stuart and Randolph: Gentlemen-- As a committee of the Virginia Convention, now in session, you present me a preamble and resolution in these words. "Whereas, in the opinion of this Convention, the uncertainty which prevails in the public mind as to the policy which the Federal Executive intends to pursue toward the seceded States, is extremely injurious to the industrial and commercial interests of the country, tends to keep up an excitement which is unfavorable to the adjustment of pending difficulties, and threatens a disturbance of the public peace: Therefore. "Resolved, That a committee of three delegates be
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 10
Important from Washington.Lincoln's Interview with theVirginia Commissioners.policy of the Administration. We learn from Washington that the Commissioners appointed by the Virginia Convention had a "pleasant interview" with President Lincoln last Saturday morning, at nine o'clock. The President's reply was given in writing as follows: Hon. Messrs. Preston, Stuart and Randolph: Gentlemen-- As a committee of the Virginia Convention, now in session, you present me a preamble and resolutPresident Lincoln last Saturday morning, at nine o'clock. The President's reply was given in writing as follows: Hon. Messrs. Preston, Stuart and Randolph: Gentlemen-- As a committee of the Virginia Convention, now in session, you present me a preamble and resolution in these words. "Whereas, in the opinion of this Convention, the uncertainty which prevails in the public mind as to the policy which the Federal Executive intends to pursue toward the seceded States, is extremely injurious to the industrial and commercial interests of the country, tends to keep up an excitement which is unfavorable to the adjustment of pending difficulties, and threatens a disturbance of the public peace: Therefore. "Resolved, That a committee of three delegates