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Newburyport (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
We are requested by Thomas P. Walker late Deputy United States Marshal, to state that the attendance of the jurors summoned for the session of the Federal Court, to have been held in this city on next Monday, will not be required. Charleston, Nov. 20, 1860.--United States Marshal Hamilton to day mailed his resignation. The opinion prevails that ex-Senator Rhett will head the ticket from the Charleston district to the Convention. The brig James Gray, Capt. Plummer, of Newburyport, sails to-morrow with cotton for Havre, and will leave the port with the Palmetto colors flying. This vessel is owned by Cushing Brothers. The cavalry companies of Charleston were to-day reviewed, and presented arms to the Southern Confederacy flag. The money stringency is now so great that relief from the Banks is absolutely essential. They will, therefore, certainly suspend, but are straining every nerve to keep up till the apprehended crash at the North occurs. The new
Charleston (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
s of artillery swords and army pistols. Its orders come from all the Southern States, but mainly from those in which secession is regarded as the only remedy for Southern grievances. A third extensive establishment has supplied an immense number of Colt's revolvers and rifles to Georgia, principally to Columbus. All the wholesale houses and agencies in the city have been hard pressed to supply the orders for every imaginable species of weapon. South Carolina. In a sermon at Charleston, S. C., on Sunday last, the officiating minister, Rev. D. X. Lafar said: You need not compromise your religion while protecting your homes and firesides. The same God who has commanded you to love him above all things else, informs you in another part of His word, that whosoever "provideth not for his own household is worse than an infidel" Carry your religion with you where ever you go — whatever you undertake. You are not of the world, even as Christ was not of the world — so that,
Prince Edward (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
n "irrepressible conflict" between white and slave labor and an interminable war upon the institutions of the South upon which its happiness and prosperity entirely depend; an institution which is authorized by the holy word of God, and the peaceable enjoyment of which is guaranteed to us by that Constitution which our forefathers adopted when the Government was organized, and without which the Government would never have been established; and whereas the sovereign State of South Carolina, of which we are proud to be citizens, by an unanimous act of her Legislature has determined, as a last meats of resort for protecting the honor, lives and property of her citizens, not to submit to the domination of such a party, and has ordered a Convention with a view to the resumption of the powers with which she has for specific purposes invested the General Government. Therefore, &c. An association of Minute Men, numbering near 100 members, has been formed in Prince Edward county, Va.
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
rs fought at Eutaw Springs and Guilford Court-House, who retreated with Greene and stormed the redoubts at Yorktown side by side with our Pennsylvania line, now stand in deadly opposition to the federal troops. And suppose that Mississippi and Tennessee and Kentucky at last, and Virginia, cry out that though opposed to secession they will not see their Southern brethren trampled under our feet. And so millions of men of American ancestry, of equal courage, the picked legions of mankind, the epathy of the Southern States. From all quarters the Governor is receiving tenders of volunteers by individuals, companies and regiments of rifle companies, sharp-shooters, cavalry and artillery, from Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. A French Zouave officer in Philadelphia offers to raise a company or regiment of Zouave Chasseurs, and Individual officers tender their services to raise all sorts of companies. The South is truly roused. In the same paper we find the
Hartford (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 1
when misfortune threatens ruin. In the earnest conviction of the truth of this sentiment, we declare that the Minute Men of 1860 will be the last to abandon the glorious inheritance of the Union, which we have received from the Minute Men of 1776. Arms for the South. The only people gathering any advantage from the present crisis are the manufacturers and sellers of arms. The New York Journal of Commerce says: Yesterday there arrived by the steamer City of Hartford from Hartford, 180 cases of Sharp's patent carbines, containing 10 pieces each, making in all arms for 1,800 men, and 40 cases of conical ball, each containing 1,000 bullets, or 40,000 cartridges in the aggregate. These arms and ammunition were ordered by telegraph from the Governor of Georgia, and will be sent to Savannah by the next steamer. The same factory has also received orders from Alabama for 1,000 stand of the same death-dealing weapons. A firm in New York city receive from twenty to fi
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
at truth, and reason, and justice, embodied in a clear, an impartial delineation of our rights under the Constitution, as expounded by the Supreme Court of the United States, will yet prevent it. "Let us reason with the Republicans still further; let us remonstrate more earnestly, firmly and unitedly; let us at all events waitt was hooted down and rejected as a disunion measure. If it had been adopted an abolitionist would not, in all probability, have been elected President of the United States, and the sectionalism of the North might have been alarmed. It was an exceedingly conservative proposition, which Virginia was unable to appreciate. The timeution and laws, as interpreted by the Judiciary, and as handed down by the tradition of our fathers, to be the first and highest obligation of a citizen of the United States. That in our judgment no violation of its spirit, no assault, whether by treacherous friend or open foe, which wise men may avert or brave men repel, can
Mississippi (United States) (search for this): article 1
too much already, and let them resolve they will discuss it no more. It only produces discord, strife, crimination and recriminations, and sunders all those fraternities, socially, politically and religiously, which bind us together." He makes the following direct appeal to the Secessionists: "To South Carolina and such other States who may wish to secede from the Union, I would say, the geography of this country will not admit of a division — the mouth and sources of the Mississippi river cannot be separated without the horrors of civil war — we cannot sustain you in this movement merely on account of the election of Lincoln. Do not precipitate us, by premature action, into a revolution or civil war, the consequences of which will be most frightful to all of us. It may yet be avoided. There is still hope, faint though it be. Kentucky is a border State, and has suffered more than all of you. She claims that, standing upon the same sound platform, you will sympathize wi
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
ican party; it is to gladden the hearts of the enemies of freedom in every clime. Whatever was our duty before the election, it is surely our duty now to secure for Mr. Lincoln a peaceful and successful administration. It is time that the asperities of the campaign had passed away. The great are generous. Let the entire North speak words of friendship and kindness to the South, and instead of mourning a lost Pleiad, our constellation shall ultimately become a whole galaxy of glory. Maryland. The "Minute Men" of Baltimore, a political organization, numbering 2,500, formed before the election to advocate the cause of Bell and Everett, have since the election adopted resolutions denying that Lincoln's success is sufficient cause for dissolution, and denying the right of secession. These resolutions further declare-- That we regard the Union of the States as the only source of the nationality of our Republic; that to the Union we are indebted for our power, prosperity an
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
te each other until a federal army marches against South Carolina.--Georgia has voted a million or dollars for defence. Alabama marches to sustain her sister State. A hundred thousand Southern men as brave as we, men whose fathers fought at Eutaw e Governor of Georgia, and will be sent to Savannah by the next steamer. The same factory has also received orders from Alabama for 1,000 stand of the same death-dealing weapons. A firm in New York city receive from twenty to fifty orders daily from South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia--and people who suppose that the South is not a paying customer may be astonished to know that their business transactions in this line are strictly on a cash basis. Cash within thirty days is their invar companies and regiments of rifle companies, sharp-shooters, cavalry and artillery, from Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. A French Zouave officer in Philadelphia offers to raise a company or regiment of Zouave Chasseurs, and I
Beaufort, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
band, marched to the Charleston Hotel to serenade him. Mr. Keitt responded in a most eloquent and fiery speech. He said that South Carolina was pledged by every solemn obligation to secede from the Federal Union. Three weeks ago she had elected on that issue a Legislature which unanimously recommended separate action. It was infamy to retrace the step. Out of his district — Orangeburg — he could say that of the sixteen hundred votes polled, not one would be for submission. In Colleton, Beaufort, Barnwell, Pedee, and ever in the up country, people were a unit on this question. He closed amid great applause. Virginia. The South Carolina students at the University of Virginia held a meeting on the 16th inst., and offered their services to their native State "whenever she shall need them." The resolution expressing this determination is prefaced by the following preamble: Whereas, the Government has fallen into the hands of a sectional party, declaring the existence of
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