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Concord (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 15
The true spirit. We cheerfully comply with the request of "A Subscriber," and publish the substance of a speech delivered by Rufus Barringer, Esq., in Concord, N. C., on the 20th ult; Mr. Barringer after reciting the condition of affairs at Washington, in Virginia and Maryland, and in the middle and eastern parts of the State, went on to say that he hoped the people of Cabarrus, intelligent, prompt and public-spirited, would do their whole duty in the present crisis. All who were able to fight should be prepared to do so. All who were blessed with abundance, should be ready and willing to aid the State in supporting her forces. We at last see the whole North united against us. This had been predicted years ago. It was now painfully true. Those not already and long since abolitionized, were at once crushed under the iron heel of Black Republican rule. Talk of the free North ! free-soil, a free press and free speech ! A friend from New York has just described to Mr. B., a
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 15
ly comply with the request of "A Subscriber," and publish the substance of a speech delivered by Rufus Barringer, Esq., in Concord, N. C., on the 20th ult; Mr. Barringer after reciting the condition of affairs at Washington, in Virginia and Maryland, and in the middle and eastern parts of the State, went on to say that he hoped the people of Cabarrus, intelligent, prompt and public-spirited, would do their whole duty in the present crisis. All who were able to fight should be prepared to dnd reported to the Governor at once. Let all men spare time enough to drill. Arrange your business so as to leave at a moment's warning. Save the State and yourself all you can; but spare nothing necessary to our common defence. Virginia and Maryland are as dear to us now as our own people. A common interest, a fellow feeling and a generous sentiment, all inspire us to stand or fall together. We may still talk about the old Stars and Stripes. We may look to a middle Confederacy, or we may
Rufus Barringer (search for this): article 15
The true spirit. We cheerfully comply with the request of "A Subscriber," and publish the substance of a speech delivered by Rufus Barringer, Esq., in Concord, N. C., on the 20th ult; Mr. Barringer after reciting the condition of affairs at Washington, in Virginia and Maryland, and in the middle and eastern parts of the State, went on to say that he hoped the people of Cabarrus, intelligent, prompt and public-spirited, would do their whole duty in the present crisis. All who were abMr. Barringer after reciting the condition of affairs at Washington, in Virginia and Maryland, and in the middle and eastern parts of the State, went on to say that he hoped the people of Cabarrus, intelligent, prompt and public-spirited, would do their whole duty in the present crisis. All who were able to fight should be prepared to do so. All who were blessed with abundance, should be ready and willing to aid the State in supporting her forces. We at last see the whole North united against us. This had been predicted years ago. It was now painfully true. Those not already and long since abolitionized, were at once crushed under the iron heel of Black Republican rule. Talk of the free North ! free-soil, a free press and free speech ! A friend from New York has just described to Mr. B.,
The true spirit. We cheerfully comply with the request of "A Subscriber," and publish the substance of a speech delivered by Rufus Barringer, Esq., in Concord, N. C., on the 20th ult; Mr. Barringer after reciting the condition of affairs at Washington, in Virginia and Maryland, and in the middle and eastern parts of the State, went on to say that he hoped the people of Cabarrus, intelligent, prompt and public-spirited, would do their whole duty in the present crisis. All who were able to fight should be prepared to do so. All who were blessed with abundance, should be ready and willing to aid the State in supporting her forces. We at last see the whole North united against us. This had been predicted years ago. It was now painfully true. Those not already and long since abolitionized, were at once crushed under the iron heel of Black Republican rule. Talk of the free North ! free-soil, a free press and free speech ! A friend from New York has just described to Mr. B., a
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 15
ng since abolitionized, were at once crushed under the iron heel of Black Republican rule. Talk of the free North ! free-soil, a free press and free speech ! A friend from New York has just described to Mr. B., a mob of 5,000 Republicans, on Monday, the 15th inst., marching from house to house, threatening the rights of property, the freedom of the press, the liberty of speech, and the lives of helpless women and children !--The most ultra and most confiding Union man must now admit that Mr. Lincoln has been guilty of the very basest treachery and falsehood, and that a wild, cowardly fanaticism (bold only in numbers) rules the entire North. Trembling in their shoes and dreading the united South, they shelter themselves beneath the forms of the Constitution and seek to turn the whole power and patronage of the Government against the South. The sword of a broken Constitution and the chains of a military despotism are suspended over us; the army which we have helped to establish; the
forms of the Constitution and seek to turn the whole power and patronage of the Government against the South. The sword of a broken Constitution and the chains of a military despotism are suspended over us; the army which we have helped to establish; the navy which we have helped to build; and the treasury which we had helped to fill, have all been turned against us by a fanatical Government, indiscriminately crushing its friends and foes. We have no alternative but to fight; and as Chief Justice Ruffin remarked the other day in the streets of Raleigh, "We must fight to the death--the bloodier the fight the quicker peace." We must let the North see that the South will baptize the whole country in blood, rather than give up her rights — rather than have her people submit to be corrupted by patronage or conquered by power. Convince them of this and the slavery question is settled forever; faith and friendship will reign between us through all time to come; we will not even need a poli
o were blessed with abundance, should be ready and willing to aid the State in supporting her forces. We at last see the whole North united against us. This had been predicted years ago. It was now painfully true. Those not already and long since abolitionized, were at once crushed under the iron heel of Black Republican rule. Talk of the free North ! free-soil, a free press and free speech ! A friend from New York has just described to Mr. B., a mob of 5,000 Republicans, on Monday, the 15th inst., marching from house to house, threatening the rights of property, the freedom of the press, the liberty of speech, and the lives of helpless women and children !--The most ultra and most confiding Union man must now admit that Mr. Lincoln has been guilty of the very basest treachery and falsehood, and that a wild, cowardly fanaticism (bold only in numbers) rules the entire North. Trembling in their shoes and dreading the united South, they shelter themselves beneath the forms of the Cons