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Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 3
Missouri's response to Lincoln's Proclamation. --Gov. Jackson, of Missouri, has replied as follows to the requisition from Lincoln's Secretary of War: ExecuMissouri, has replied as follows to the requisition from Lincoln's Secretary of War: Executive Department of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediaMissouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the peMissouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the people of the seceded States. Your requisition, in my judgment, is illegal, unconstitutional and revolutionary, and in its object inhuman and diabolical, and cannot be cannot be complied with. Not one man will the State of Missouri furnish to carry on such an unholy crusade. (Signed,)C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri. d cannot be complied with. Not one man will the State of Missouri furnish to carry on such an unholy crusade. (Signed,)C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri.
C. F. Jackson (search for this): article 3
Missouri's response to Lincoln's Proclamation. --Gov. Jackson, of Missouri, has replied as follows to the requisition from Lincoln's Secretary of War: Executive Department of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the peop for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the people of the seceded States. Your requisition, in my judgment, is illegal, unconstitutional and revolutionary, and in its object inhuman and diabolical, and cannot be complied with. Not one man will the State of Missouri furnish to carry on such an unholy crusade. (Signed,)C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri.
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 3
Missouri's response to Lincoln's Proclamation. --Gov. Jackson, of Missouri, has replied as follows to the requisition from Lincoln's Secretary of War: Executive Department of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the peoLincoln's Secretary of War: Executive Department of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the people of the seceded States. Your requisition, in my judgment, is illegal, unconstitutional and revolutionary, and in its object inhuman and diabolical, and cannot be complied with. Not one man will the State of Missouri furnish to carry on such an unholy crusade. (Signed,)C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri.
April 17th (search for this): article 3
Missouri's response to Lincoln's Proclamation. --Gov. Jackson, of Missouri, has replied as follows to the requisition from Lincoln's Secretary of War: Executive Department of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the people of the seceded States. Your requisition, in my judgment, is illegal, unconstitutional and revolutionary, and in its object inhuman and diabolical, and cannot be complied with. Not one man will the State of Missouri furnish to carry on such an unholy crusade. (Signed,)C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri.
Missouri's response to Lincoln's Proclamation. --Gov. Jackson, of Missouri, has replied as follows to the requisition from Lincoln's Secretary of War: Executive Department of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 17. Sir --Your dispatch of the 15th inst., making a call on Missouri for four regiments of men, for immediate service, has been received. There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but that these men are intended to form a part of the President's army to make war upon the people of the seceded States. Your requisition, in my judgment, is illegal, unconstitutional and revolutionary, and in its object inhuman and diabolical, and cannot be complied with. Not one man will the State of Missouri furnish to carry on such an unholy crusade. (Signed,)C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri.