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NKW SERIES
SALISBURY, N C, MARCH 13, 1868.
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v VVllMAKJiUM NORTH STATE
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1,11 WBBELY OLD KOBTH STATE.
lata won. mm! are ready a point eut whole
hecatomb, for tacrine, provided they
themselves cacape the doom of eoaaet
nlll.
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It is, I think, not dimeuii to gwaw
atrnte, aa I shall endeavor to do prreently
that lb question moat iaitui iliately lu '
L. L,.I Lab I t...M i a . Ifti.artV obo
diciicc to all the n-quiirineuU of the eon
SPEECH OK
Hon. William A. GrtlVftM,
imvi'"w . v, .. ... sr..
, 18-
dwred, (and, pcrhap, were Intended to
produce,) frr.n and real offence, with Ta
rring objeeU and pretexts, wore paraiaU-d
in, until the nntional mind beaamediafiw
tad, and it recoiled hi a new revolution,
br whieb tbo onatltuiloii araa reatored
aad rlgntad op, and placed anew upon iu
feet on tliu nrm funudaliou of the Bill ot
RHrbta of 1688. And the phiiosnpnic
Mr C.iJkvm tbltl tl.e eonrenlloa
(at ,fci hon conferred in ek.g bin, U
' ,,ldr over ha proor. dtofa. WUa tha
U ib, it rTZ
;;Xna.wbW,l-dWom.d,, In
, ,,Ury dUtrcaa ai.J deject.oi. wWb pet-
overlookad. Traaaon, ba f'Mff1 "f
enmea, I in that Inalrument f.mnd in th'
artlcie eeUblUhinff tba Judicial dt part
ment, with a definition ol tha offenc and
nd tba qtmnlam of evidence neceoaary
for eonrietioa, aa well t the aafety ol
tba Uorerowciitaa for the protection of tbi
citiaen aatinat tbo creel and mligniil
peraecationa on chargee of thia crime
wliieli diapraco tba eenela of RnjiMI
I...U. fUM Pkkaf Jaatice Maraball.
. . . .i .1 l.,ttrj. lnmllv lltlOUMl. in BHUBIUIl I" II . I .. . .11
Moolliern Blalra, out wneiner 1110 .f ' Ju ici op 11 on : "Aa mere i no
,.ti,.n,.,.ll bc'etatmi., by Uking end other JjNjV Z ZloTS"! excit. and agitate
from earl, of .berc Butea the power le of re .r .on or Kvenune.., .m, uachoi '',,,he en fh.n rreeatm,
the eaaat dueling to a r,-fl.-cti..g mind la before .hieU it mm -J.il" Q
15L. rfrl. to ral-gioe. temperate
or eve. 'frr' -, ! 1 -W or to tba
bHllUnLwho aUoatiy P "? ?f ir.JST .lJ5 Slit
iag. Auu neaaua,u.iu v " ,mnorL.11. .fc-a ereat fond.-
fl, .mi f what lutle
leiiigenor, ' . .
,.f property remai... to lh pepl of the
1 I m . k. L.J umrtrd to bear
Suta : aeo wnue -r - .
' . . . i . I.. ,wkt. In tbeir deliber-
ii- pan. - w i . , .
atleU and T"'0
l U iW, iUtieauiaiaad eo-
. ' i 4 ku and waa unnrreerad
((. make ma aw.'""!1
. ii iiu viiai iinnciuien
fue a-otrreeyS IM "M ' ' '
,,r Urtfc, were eefWy .wd-iugtrt-J
ii. i ln aaf rihrr thia aaai
1,1, ln the lure of aotuatiy dt.eouraging
. ' a . .1 1.. i.k tlit oecaat ji.
. iJ. tor hiaaaelf. aad be d"bu d not
il.athe afaihe the afatiieaetita of every
mneber M (U eouveatioi., lU Car
... IturyeeiboHarlied bewiMtend.-d ever,
be bad no dreire to contra vena, or treat
it villi ili-reeprct mid of the Oongreee
, fiti'mj:. or Ita laaaardbito predecraaor,
Lib. be ...ifht aaaetae tl.c i..l. nrge te
rrUieiae iu etin, Uh Ue freedom doe
to truth awl the prlwiplee of repuUir-n
l.bavty. he uaaieti br eWJd do ae wUh
.aA end llaa aeaaawafjiterea eeeiifded to
a greet dipem ef the 0rvTnaatt.
". l.u aa. flfi-iuiim are anont to
IHII.MI'I If'- I , ,
uku place, to awrruiii the aei'.e of tna
l.,ii.le. and greet eeeaiae.a 0.1-.-
!,.mIr4rbtedplrti"d "V""?.
X a. iL. .I. rifitin. It la
, onW otal, bet penaiea to the very
wrteraif ebkeia. tW tin-re abU be ti
utmoet fratdem ttieewaHH. and lf.iju.ry
iutn all lb later ii.volvl, and tl.at Ik
voter tbn be free to ea-t bla .nfta ac-n-rilm,
te hie iuAv ih-.l"'."
lutereJl wkl-uMi. I" naioi. of n.jon..H.
e.oai eeaeeae te biwiaalf for 'lie act, he-
,7i I . ... u. i,r M.i- .'ll.iT.
t!M-r II oe gi"w - - ..ittj.
Hi Tf4 aiir1etire1Tvowr Hm of Htptof
a I ... t lie
!.i. I., n. at to m- i" ".., ".. --
. ....I ,1.1. .,1 the ew Teata
meat, eolaina lite pie.pWe moat neeea-
aa to be hiioe.i au...nu ',
rUred "thai ehHrtiaHia oegbt to be free,
and "lbtfa tW ri 'f P'PW 10
..arable togetbar to r-M.aolt f-r the com
mn good," tetbe ed, i coaree, th-l
Ibay may eWejatre opinion, beenvitwed
af tin ir inlereata ml dtea, and atrrngth
ea earb other by roniual cmnael. end 1 co
opertio... Bach be lA American
theory ( ..vernoie.it, Hil I trut ever
ill be. UwkwtWUeed" tb.'.
prmeinb-a la thia c.mveUtioi. byre, at in
!. S iho Stale. piM-uly,
j .1.. r.,-. ,,r ,mm. tn maha knu
moc 111 ' iw.v ... j t .
i. : i . .- mMmrv ot the eoill
munity, end to endeavor to advance thew
bv tucl. nieana M are contUient with ex-
.....1 irfWr. And l.erv
I mi,... 1. 11. . inn mv nuret lht, r-
eret aaaociatioiMkMdp !". ,n"'iv
.t... :. , .1 il.r. euiioea. auib
"lioyal Le-ele,, 'c, ' ' u
.: a - ...-ivilr. who unci
with eloeett doora. or'i.. ..i'I e4 iitW
a.-aal..na, and t.y oath" ana "y"-
leencTierhatn em..a tin Meek w
agamfl nt uatrve wttea, . m-....-
r 1 ' ri.iiili.. mm nartw. lo alarm tlx
im "a- " - 1 - M
I..., I of ronhi" '! !";
Upk 1 IWiii -- -
ami a division of ajadla among the vtcin...
and Wle, and tbua lo coutml the declaim...
ef tbt beBne-bex. To eouiiteract theae
evi Italwwosea j te.dj"''-'. th. griat cauae
ef the country Irom theae prrjnua .
Imlden tiibitHttM In Hi- nra-n Mniiii o. ....
L..: . tin. nlii emtrtiKieiirV
MiPiiiica , iii nmr - . 't
of wliltr .1. rlora, ibat, tinder the acta of
tll "aaaatera ol then
iiu.ia, W" J - , -
fmuZ" and l.ve. the DOWCT of .l'-CWtoil
..a.a.a. ll... i.e. M.,1,1 LulU'l 111 lUT iro.i baud
If ther bu. wilt to .-tetciae Hi and to giv.
... .i.l,.il ,W.,rH. .r tliex
oigauwaioni Ii""" vi- j
oude, auch toi.feWl.cfl a' tin- p caeiit nail
1 . 1... 1. w iri-ee.'.irv.
IwrawiatwdieebmmtWimblie aawal m
the North, in Cmigr. a and ummijc He"
ci.hMlfo'euta, ..r an 5mptraan.d aindbm-iv
ineulcau d and ebariahed, that inera. Jul
: .u ..I.W,. neni.lt! til
.ilad
It... .i.J mmI.IIv in iirraertk. the OMl.
"" '-f-m I"-- "" T
frealione fur the eaereiae of auffrege among
Ma own luuaoiiann, aa was miwaja wraw
d. d 10 be iie privilege beretofore ; end
ureecrlbinr. br act of Oongreea, new qeal-
meatloua, by which aome 30.000 white
tee, who have enjoyed ibia right, ahell in
foture he deprived of It, end 70,000 bl.ieka
marly all Jojtt etaajicipated from alavery,
ahnll be at once inveated with thia privi-
... . a . t. . a L Aa
lege Of eieciora Of ine nia.r. 1
.uL mm Aim-tmA kv aetof t'omrreea:
lllif .w.,..v mm j m 71
far tftrr the Conrrraa baa already canard
. . . 1 t .1 ...
tbla baat to DC apopiea in ipi rn-nmi mm
a eonveniion. Dot called in para ea oca ef
ib eonatitnlion or anr law of the Bute,
or by the aanctlon of the old end h-giri-
mate elertora. eat nv Ita own rnaeuiim
merely, and threaten" permanent eaeln-
.1 r. fi,. ,,f il,.. Mmatitation
PlOh) 1 1 "111 Wim WTIl. mwm
ef lie United Btatee, aa the eltenmiiva. of
the rejectaon orttf wont, toe nci . :-
feet, a mandate for ha adoption.
. . . K.ii,.
Uentiemen, oer cou.nry ua
paraed ihrmigb a moat bleedy and deeola
Ung civil war. The etrnggle waa one of
the ummiI gigantic in hotnaii bialory. . It
la actntfu timi tae nfiww ea fw""
prejudice akoold eentinne to roll for e aen
en, after the atorm which aet them in g
lution baa anbatded. Bet have we net,
ran w" not Irave peace in thia land of the
(loapeJ ef peace, at the end of three yearn
altr-r an honeat anrrender of all t be arrow
in rcalatance to the eerennnen?, ana a r
frct reatomtton of, and profonnd anbmia
alon tb, tlteeelhority of the United Btatce,
aa fully and completely aa before the com -menccroeiit
ef ImrtHltiri t Are the Ira
aona ot bialory to be bvat npen ft T Are
.1... . ........... .iin now in r iiiir i'
111C iwil mmmM wm
i i. !.., that " lo eoi.oiier In a civil
til il.. ..in ml
war, i But te inumun 1
ovnrcHee ie their fellow elliaen ; d 1-
.! :, mmmm ,.r m.V mil be IKlTlt'lC t" 'O-
leetand paiufali individiwla for the aalte of
- s 1 .1 1 : i ilk.
wierr policy not I pnniali,) yet, afur the
.Uoghter ef hie children, the. deeotation
of bin fi. bla, tha eonflagralioo of hia bouaca
.J .11 llic untold chaaliaeineute of war,
In eaart of l.iui d.-?rd1..C uomiaaum. w
eruah hia boiaj and drelroy hiat.MtiWtwua
.ill tend but to tmrniab the lame, aun
weak. 11 the mm, of the eo.Hio.eror t It i
. i.t.a.ln. i,.ri,li nt iii tl.e ki.iiaU of hui;-
at the reatorailon of Cbariea tl.e td,
in era not unlike that of tb re-eeiau.iai-ment
of the United Sletoe over llieoulh
, rn country ... 18, l W the l'''""
Armi a.atiftuliied cUw" to tbetua I
nd the bo lille "Uie Ueallng j?arllnmat.
Teato 1-" he Chancellor (Jl ndon d.-clarli.g,
in tl.c name ol hi aover. ign, -wp .' .j
a auUar to you, genUemeu ; be ti ':
- ..... .ill ;..;.i uli him in
ly Minor: .! j- j
reatoring the whole nation to ita primitive
- - a r. . - aw . I... -.1.1 tW. mlmtl
ienii-er aiMl mtegrny ; .- n-
' . Cm .1.1 .......! Iiiimnr. and lis '
:;:.'-. aa 71.. Li.turiao remtra tnat
s.Biure. mrm -r
i,i J-.. .... iil.d while he no-re--
. l.VII'.tOWII lit... , , ..
niiy inrloenee, te nae it t.. perpoeee lo.-
. ..... 1... Ii.a wmi L'.i '
maul I.01111-, j ,
niiod, ltei!ver a Ux ,ipportUl.ily "fie.e.l
. in"." n .
. . . ... .?....:.
.k . ftuw , 1
.i " - - il..u fatal mnaenaeacea MM
...... .fi"" 1 11 . . T
eiata in twe wholeeoiue piece pta : in reli
ajlm. never to loae aigbl of morality ; and
in iiit nut
, n ... - 7 ... -V
of the K..fbh couatittttoon, " ,Br
,-llnr' good at-nae and bnu r
fcdbtgoiave.MM
maltreat the enfrai.
.iai-.t l.l..ek- :' to eon
..: .1 .1.... .... ....ft.ttt ftinurele la
vioce wni mat wir ym "
... 1 1.. Imm- mi ft.ftati..iiftlt or conln-
inacy. hut oalv far the njrwton of ur
riehuaa Aitu-ii. an rinsena. and 'be ne-
fenee of e.yd 14IHW, i ""' rfiaUrmg irom
nv,i;.l .. i, tvr j.d to warn them Wee, aiKi , .
azainat the ioiar. praemtieaa of mter. -t-
edmportera, end the tale bearer and m-
lormera, who, tiler the eloec nf nnarieeeaa.
ful revolution, lbongk'tk'7 el", iu
1 r . ul ftftii.t tn Brorner. be-
in., mmmM m aniwo ft-- ' f r ' . .
....... ..:i a... ..alsta in that wntcu
. .1 11... .,,,,.,1
1 . ..n i.tri 1 i'.i " H"'
1 .1 1,. I. in. were not onlv
nence i. 7- , , -, .
L ... . I... lilu.ltY- 01 ma auuj.-vft.
am lu.nfti j ...7-
L.. .Lfti ..,,1.1 v of the crown, tin,
on, m .. t . ,
for a 1. mperatmnt ro cnthol and palri j
iic. a wiadom ao pioloond and jwrt, a thai
, I '.I... . I.I. .... I,,,,, H hu ll
or fjtejtibumi, in w"
aurc.d our civil war!
Ttnrf wi.O wast n 100a ror ..w
,n.-.nofi and revengeful frelrnga m thrr
-,. a tbrongh wlncb l-ugiano a
. . . i 1. .i.tU a K iif. to whom
WOrttaot FUll'IC .ia.'ij " r'W . . .
rtaWren, Hurt W-en : -.V
... . i..ftirrv had la-eu anet-
utimarcnv au .'" j. . , .
l.irotcclor-
,urpc., 11 " J K..
,u,.n-, ..td awttyetl "t 'j-
hmi Tlli had aubueett tne -
. 1 n .....!.. atftuka. tne law-
in wli.we name v in..-. --1 -1 .
1auce.rU.en.w1wa1 ie-
a v -VJ Ira. .e Jeamfl IIHII VWM '
.-':,wi:Lbt
cape- n.ia cap"v"i " JUmi,
rr w. lve lone V. nra ;
rrntiimna nujif"-, ,
Zy tbo tarniStdcaire ol iba new turycr-
, iv "TS-t-tii i for cunrtlutiiin'
1 ii'ii ami ma wii""' .
In ham. my TWr po.,y wml-J.
e.-aaful. Some ll.iricen I V. J VI
. .1. .aab.-r-.if tb.e implicati-d in
.holamWednatbte,
or. neJ, ol n r. .oat awo. - -
pmoalrina-ef tnv were w 1 ; .
. ..., ,. in aDi.'g. eola-
.H-cnraon ene -''lr f ' lf..L,. f
.ml intormera, f -
nJ.nbanndaeaJ eWUjr " "'
Siffi-n waa.too fr-.ee. I rjow
. -..l aaanafl Ian 111 il III' IPf HI ra
v"M- La. u..t ..
..ftawimn W -""-T.. 7-di aimi-a
-iUi.rt aeiam.aa.onr ---- ,
M bpre,..ded Kr.
J1"' aw.f???".;. macbli'erj of jua
Tg irom - j,. -.n.timtion
tic.', aiKl go r; , . j tn-
npm. any miegea w,f
i"'. yy. .zi .rr.w. ,i br ti.
Kiigtana, m -"e---- , . , ,hv
irJ7rSftIa TI....- ueraecutio...
III f MM una aytai a..ivn .
rom (Ac yrea lending form and maxima
. ... . . wa . 1 1.1..
0 tlx Cotittto. lueaeuumo.c j..-cinb-a,
ao obriooa and ao afe, are oon
deapised by men of ardent temperament ;
and it tbo nril aympwra . ..-..j, -
political eatbuaiaam to deny er dun gard
"hi my aiiieere couviclion, genUemen,
that the eerioe. If not fatal, diaeaac with
whicli oer country ia now afiiclcd, WJMB
ay iu n-covcry trom ine gap"' -"-
of war, and threaten the utter depletion
and deatruction of the aoctien in wl.ich
our lot ia caat, iiring from the potttifiU
a t . 1 , itnatt' i,l
enthuitam, tne intolerance 1
which indiv'iduala may not beeouaciona
r not able to reelet it, which pervartta
the aetion ol Oougreaa and even jaumiicea
ita eye wbeu it look toward tbi "Uod
of tbo un i" and that tlic only cure
which can have the leaat eftet, either in
benefit tn the (roven.meot or ree.
ouraelvea, te that ot wbh hmtory de
...... ti.. ffHcieucv III free and re-
HKIl.ft 1 1 ..... . .
public ..i 1 goverumeut M P eg1.-
lull and eordtel reatoration of rigtrta toall
the Sutea a mcmbvre of the Unioii, and
10 their people aa ciliaeoe according to
the tonalitulioii ; And that the whole
scheme of rtcmttrrclum, In looking Ore
to denial of n-preaenUtion, whieb pule
h author to their wite end to make ex
euwefortt, whh o being able to find
any that ere eaUataetery wan ni.prv,u-
11 . .1..... ... . 1, attainder. mild
rooi.-ctTcr, -- - '.. .
oue," It b true, 11 iHUor. y - ' -found
lor any, by dtefmiichi..-ment from
office aud the exercia of the ejeetive;
fraiichiae of all men wtea, kav.ug iWtn.r
I v held Federal or Mato offices, look part
. . a, . s ...atlur illldi-r
agauuit toe uovcrnmeui,
what circamrtauce of cboico or necoe
,. .1.1 .1. id...' arn now. iu -men iv
any, Biinuuii .. 1 .-
... V jl:' .1. . .f it nallia. Iiv
nit tram, ne ine.mii, w. . -
.L.uti.ft-I... ; anv war voiu.iM-
WUICII n wan, -" j . 'a
rUr rave aid to the war on the iioulberu
JX. .1..11 1... .dniitu-dto a aeat iu Con-
' . I...M ...v Federal office, b-'w
.noftjSLjif .ai-aiiH- .' ": "
cver I.i.ne-tiy ana ir.y "i r-v;
I . ........,1 and l..:.ai.t
IK UVinoftft"-. .
aeeuaer and witueae agamat bimaell, 1
ft..i .......... ni-nurv on '
power.pi .eiiiv"-". r a; ,
..f the weak aud the aicUd, and a
stumbling block in tin. way of ll.e manly
ami eimacientiona; ef looking tlrat to n
- .v..,.. elaaa ill which Il
njprcat-maii... .
will be dtfBcult to find men of .my mireer,
.... ,,. , ,,,i, ,1 irom ahion.l.
and which may include negna-a ; Ibeu to
a pardoning pr.cca by Cngreaa wbi.-h
mayletin such aa bvn propitteted ita
fa-r, not by maintaining tne IJover iiiii.hu
. " a . ft i' . nl list.
during the war, Out ny i r'"'"
v..i ion to iu policy ainee; and 1 hen, per
... 1 J.v 1 mil" 1 trrudit
hap-, ai aoiue iii".r .
. '. 1 ..... ....I.. 1. l,.ve a L'enral
n.giv una n itow..., - j, .
..u.ty,-i groaaiy miauken a.td talal.
as well aa uneoi.ainm.o.i y.-j, -- --
. tl.t mt aalymline tiroCfS", ful 0 '-
truai. au-uicioii and mJF&$Pn V'y
rlv ...oli.-d to brittle, gtaaa. out
111 iar- .-1 - y - - . a
i.Ailft, ..a..it.-d to make a teuacmua.
loueb awl laaimg poi mm
latliera ol Hie lirevoiuin... .
our ikitinll ftUlcetiotiV. Uial, lk
of mankind, they were enemict
fii,anfft! II VIII I ft t I'm
tttl""i rfvaww a -
coiivmcing logic than any ot our state.
men arc yet nmatew of, to preve lhat this
maxim ia not twe aa between tba late
b. IlicerenU in the "American Smt. s. 11
the people - Kortll t'arolina are -I JK-ace
a itlUboae ol Kentucky, Oh , fVfnWy.
3 . a r V..,lr I take It that tliey
vnnia aim v- .-, - - -frienda.
ami. if frii'nda, then equate
d fellow-eUinwia, tsuiitled to Mie s iuii
ri-btsas to repn smitatmn in v
Ita rrgulalion of the qealificulios d
among their own pe-iple tadta
ii ... mvwn to the 0'inslllU-
.111 .filler tw-w m . , I
,m. 1 do not deny, 4m Jf 1
freely admH, yWt It W tn ngnt m
Oovernm.nt, acting timing.. ...
law oocera, aid.il l y ine- "'V -
parlm-nt, in a ea..' demanding , tb
r ft! i...r... W. Pnurls f.r trial.
1, at ami carry ,"ttUtt. w
.ny ciiteen. ;.r any
Ui loiin'i iw. ---T d
mental law, which define and bmita tho
..... Ai ...rtiiiei.lt ol our troTcr.iiii-iii,
1 1 hi. 11 mi hi mo u 1 ... .
tftunr. ' has given a rnlo on the aubjeet, both to
I . V . . 1 . L . , 1. 1' Atifti.rt.
the etrangled prineea, with ibe proenre
ment of ibelr death. War . at beat
J,lf,.l tradti The moat brilliant victo
ry ia but suceeealul cernagw. But " ike
big wars that matt auio..e. an a .
akeve the malice and revenge of private
fenda. Oer waa an American wer. VI t
have reed ol the ficrcencee ef llie fkruggle,
. . . , ft. i, .......
.1. ...... i:i.'ir nip-ftta itrera. ou iivw.
with komieiftbs waa tried btttora a Military
t'ouiiuiaaiou. and. after Ita aeoteaoe, was
aeat to Ueonllucdiu a Stale's priaoa iu Rew
York i npoe the ground, that, iu the year
UM, there waa a civil oreruinent in South
Caroliaa. and a Judicial Depart meut tbera
of, having aol eognixeue of erlme eian
...ltt.J I. ihat Slate : aud that by ei.nae-
qnenre. the aeuteuee imraawd by a ll'htary
f!ounni-ai..u waa void. The revenue officer.
w-The7nlim
ttai Xtatea, within aor l-irders. are regmariy
i...i.i 1. tl.. ...mifti i-f all civil and cnuiin-
... ... I, ...t ao Itlnatrated a when "Ameri
ran met American " In the hostile field
.1 i.i. .. ...A,.. ii istorv. siorv k 1 i .j.u.:. . i.1.1...
01 loc taiv (, ft-- " . ,04 luria.UCk.oo l'e i-..ftk -.
a ft.ft ih --.lahrate; the arhh'fr BHJllt ? V.. .I,..r. f.,r.-. at neaee aud in the
IITI1I millb waa. . 1 I www wan -ww w- -- - w m
oflheberoe of either ride, while time nin. tor all the purpnsee M dmy aud pro
sbail endure, er the Engliah tongue re- J tort ion. that may be deanande.lor mm
m-i. ...d the military student, with hie by the Exaeativa i fc all wn- f '
T ' 1 if tana I will traverse tbeir tin., aud the eolleetbm of taxea for the pur
diagiam In hia hand, will ' , ; IHHH) f aarrria otv pneution. vr leeing
fielX.fftWiutOfttieltenand dmlm the pni,4
now v.nts thoae made llinainons 07 w, .1 l, nt.aeus of other
I."- 1 9 - .
k. rwiivMi mil the t'ourU ot Amen
III'. y . ft .
ea. which neitte r eau bo p;rmitted to
tntnaeend." And I be .5th article of the
amcndmcnU to the Conatliirtion provide.
.1.1- - aftima Bftal Wtll
II"" left "
daring and genioa of Marlbiroogh, Conde,
,. ie ... A .. A if Aft.
Buonaparte, and neinugion.
statesmen could but teconcile themeelv. a
10 look upon the past at irretrievable, and
I.I ..i, mm m noliev to fnivive. and,
a. lar aa pomible, to forget ; if they would
be a wise and tomperato aa the aoldiery ,
who oveerame the resistance and aeeeptcd
the urfendcr of their dveraaric, were
......... ...A iii.vnaoi-nnua : if they would
t...t .n.iftni to reestablish the consritn
amendmetiU to the Conatliirtion proTiur. out . ..... .
for jury ,.. thia greet crime M well lion. Irelat, . ofth. Bute. a. JNN
aa other eapi-el tafeneee. Aud here per
mit me to relate an incident of aome in
terel in the history ol tbo Federal Cou
atitulioo of the country. Perceiving that
ha bad voted aTraiiist the adoption of the
Constitetlon in the first convention, in p-
iMisitim. 10 the admirable argiim.-ntauou
. . . . . .1
of Iredell, ami u" . f n.i,.-, 1. hnposatlle to
of Davie, whom be hd followed in tbo
field ud in tevor of il i" m teeond. I
underatood to extet before thia dteaetrooe
war, and to throw into toe common skk-k
ol American fame the renown acquired by
either heal in the terrible collirion ot arm,
they would at once commence the work ol
re-onion, and in some mem-ore anticipate
a 'verdict wineli win ia- reHuin- - 1
111,, -Mi II'.- .
1 ,),. ,r,,.n It ia fmnoaaitle to dietraii
IJVIIIS'iai-." " . .
.LI ft...-! ..ttinni.t I.i dlMffTltCr. bV 111?
t uireJtan W.; tbiV tbte change wtakVffi
" aftwaat I aV VI. aa n,nyi,'.rOl . nirllflUN UI lUr Ptl V v-"-"aa.- 1
place, t be reply waa, rw w- --r ,l,a ro.lliona who. in any
fJitJZffiiaw! we7ai trhkntt. produ-
lie. tiutaiicT ufftftiftii. Atati-a of this country and W
mtepti-d by .be other la.ee, mm mm, - ---- ,
ITS rimmZ r dmt. Uriaon, l. o nece.aa.ry to the ner-
.hhuwom rr-- - - - .... r .t .-v. , otv. lhat wo admit
ftfSlhn The Eng,?h, with the
ma. uic a -r- . o 1. . .iiiift. .ft...,H nl ihn tame o
tUiiia were removed, and we voted lor . ; .-eoo, r " ' . u,
.... 1 ....... av . sa a-aa nun firm i hi lift " ... - -
S22EB ..rnd Prin- history., Tetthe fame of a these w.
cinlea, nearly all of wliieb are con,..ca .eou. rcu ... , -;. -
hi ihe North Carolina Bill "t U.pl.te, .. w.m in
eluding tried by jury. Kven tWfc rVl.t. Wn ll,
aTuti:'.; Liitation, Mriym1
.cqaiiiCd .iilesa ibere -321
wiinessea ... -" j lriwl ,,, e caae of Ireland, and it. frulU are
eonle-sion m open co.rt ; frMMi . . . from 1 u(.M,i,rto gene
MCJ' tffSATi th7y iualds1Franc;iu jj
Tlmro is ,.0 autlmrity, Imt an inhibition m -m .it is tatd. tb we are
tl conalilutio.. against u, - e .f .1 . rlebts of ei.ireas. taemifew.
tbein under distraint, ttnrcsa or B ..ft.J. an.U.v tile laws 4 war
of aiij .VfA to:wJ.?f r.-I!l.r-:-kte-i the feet of the eonquertw;
allrSea treason, or m pr...nft -J", ,ud that, in hia good pk-aaure. ne may iui-
L.U .v inuoi indieial warrant and ad- ... ,. andcouditinus which
ii... ..... .. "i' j . , i. raw 1 im . 1
I Itaitlaa: Ami then- is no power 111 the . ... mnv. ai..tll. If this wcf true, the
J - . - i - . Lftlft. (,. J
1 : , 1 . .... .. 1 u 1 .lit. ..IM ft..... ,.n iimii ,, it. 1 rel-iir w in m"
In tta trial, uor to inflict pudiVli- hfttrshneaa are the best menus ..f cemouting
" ' . . . ,. ' mt I.. it,., I... il.i.fti. K-li.i an- exiM-eted to live to-
iiient cither l.y 11a own mm. ... J-TT, But
agency of Ibe military, a an ., erW a m . -. ... ... - - aaiU jn,
for not anreenderlng up Ih.nr rights aa J have but rela-
eifteens.er encb . ertom to ttair Statee. J,.nwrrWik'm by porthaa the
And we Uajfn, not a....-,-.-.- .Hmple aipiiust their own Koverniue... .
ffssatv kilt llha cOllselailiie', ' ii-n, !.. ,1.. ,t..i Cn-titiitioii of the Uuite.1
1 1 f . I. ..1 . i.idii-ial deterniina- . ...... ,.,1. ...tft,ii ..f the m.wers eoiifeiTed
amen mim"S j - tftftasaa, i" . - . .
tloii can overturn, we claim tins protection treatyur eoinpoft t between all their. itixeins
and benefit, wf the con-l.tutiou c-. - as we . t .a -- e .
ously 1..1.J iniel .gently .o ueu ZF-Z ttdaVwew
expounded by Iho grea W .- elm M are charged with
reference has been already mane, wiiose , KMM-MM
,., .,!,. of iudieial brav.-rv, integrity nnd ........, ,,., i,l,.,l fur. therein.
T J . ,111. LI. .1., o.l.T im nfte ".." - 1 ' ,
iiupartirtlily is only eqnHfl by hia tlm- jf (ffwns- be treason, or maynfcea
: ... ......l tftftftniftftiftftu i-xnosition of , 1...... ,,..t Wi-n iu the unprva-
111110 .ni-. ..... - r . ' .I, ny.i ti.i.. w , ,1 ,1
all q.i.-sU..h nl American and pnl.be law uWrvation of Marshall, already 'ju.rt
wktek were brouglM ioto judgment during that, aiuce Bo offenee is more calculated
1 .. v. af.. ?. :.. il.. a ft.ri.,.1.. .he ...ihshiiih of men."
h s pudency oliuii ty-n- ". JTJQ ci.mditotkm of tta
HM court o. an aim j i j y -- ...
e 1 . . . . . Z .r -i...M.. rrlme. tne enrnui
Bute, and the enforcement of their yMf
meuts by exeeetio-; yet CoegreBa. by which
I am eoDrtrained to eouaider a fielion of law,
withont any fountlation iu the actual condi
tion of alTaira, declares, iu effect, by ita teg
. . ..... 11. , 1..., . ...
islatinii, thai mere ia no wwte. " - - -
war. to which we. 1 our helpbmmwa ami
ta.verty. are a party. .
' .... -,- . ..!:. .V.l invnra noon the
1 ne urav i.'i" , i"u . . ' .
.....i.nt nf thta Dninoaltion, if whetntr
Congrem i.the peace maawg power a our
gorernment, even iu eaae of foreign war I
. 1 . m,.ftr ot uflrian. . .1 1 um
1 lie, iift'ft ftftfi"" I ' '
- . . , ...... 'It. .. a.
none sneli to eoneiuae ie. j
least, this baa always, heretonwe, been .up
posed to be an Executive power, to) be exer
eiae.1 by the President, aubjeet to MM b
tertns approvea dt tne
. . . . . 1 . I ... .... tft-lt h
were lironghj 10 a lenniaa.iou - ry"
(Jreat Britain, with Mexico, with the Harimry
...., .an tha Indian trilftrs. in ditfereiit pe
ri, Ms of our history; and iu the inatauceof
u. . , . 1 ii ll,ftft,ilft.l Bat
the vr ntsxey insaTrei-iM.il.
bis Minute order. Withdrew hi. tfiHipa. after
the riftiu. a as ootuviilered aa anppresaed. aa
e11u.11.al proceeuiiigr-, i - ---iustituted.
ao far aa example and punishment
j ......... .'iKii.riftR interfer-
Were ..ei-iiini umwn j . ---ft.
a In nrtthiiiff vxetyt to vm the ivrt to r;ntw
..r rail out tfii' minuiry lorrjc, 7"
. . .. Tn til nulhti-
". ... l.ftft.U mmm Sft 'lr fhllUiTll
fto Ma ...a ..!-. kaa silisii.ilinir of DuHHl. ill'
thatJaekaou aakeil of Oougreaa waa at .roe
........ .1 .r : .. I . . a 1 1 . , i -
l.lll. All oilier BW-pa ii" "ft" -. i ---
tiou. the military orders, the disposition of
... , L- .. ..... ft... I .... u I 1 1 1 1 -
the land torees uuoer ptnii no.. r -
der Elliott ; the det.-nuinalion. after the pea-
. -...!. TuHT Itill in IKKl
aaire o. um nnumwiii . , .
, . a . ..... nn l.inar lteeued
tni.l Iliese iiirc " a- ,-.- -
.L I... k.rW ,,f ri.arle.toBi aud their
I in mii "I" - . .
-.i i i .....ii b...i,nv,i un. if fit
paHmiBBVBVWI ftft.. -j-
Bui if the Senate, only, to to be consulted iy
tha l'leMdeut m unugiug 10 a - -
. . it nuv he. bv laud and
sea, all arouud tha globe, aud a domeitic in-
i . k.a a. . atn aavaal l.v
snrr.-ction rannol ne unmro, . .
the Preaident at all. tat eau ontotachised
up by the aet of both Hooaee of Congreaa,
to wl.ieh tta Preaideut'a conenirence ia not
if . tm-th mis inaluntv iu eacu
hi hoars of relaxation and social intereoora,
liad .! la red an ojaoion inai invaa -
ia ooafhet with the Constitution, a coairaitlaa
f the llooaa of Bepresentativaa baa beam
a. i...,ir. ..to . ha facta and. V veruV
e-l, to oondar lb. qoeation of Ids imfwackanawt
, . .11.1.1. Mima tm mtflCat.
Iia I TI.S neuaraiion, aa a w-m v. w
meaoor.- lBproocodiii laj J
ihlnk we have aptne evidenm oi that J
eoilnHuMm" evolaed by etetl wyef wMeh
the hwlorian ha TWmmded a. 7TS!!
in hia proper imliereW tha Judge, of the u
pretne Court in their, Ibourh not elocled y
moltitudes amid shoot of cmitendmg perttea,
are as much tit st-ents end repreaeaUliveaoI
the wliote rawpltofthe Udfted Bmiee, m Oon
greas in its department. And when Ita com
mon constituent ef all atari aaa one eat of its
semta aitampting fft,."
hrowbrat another, aad rlic It h
.ion., they will not ta -tew ie awnlo tla
reacue. ikmbiUty will be eaffta Jo no
one dena. tment in a geisiaiiamf Wbtt te
baaed on tha ttaory ef checks and bs Is area.
Altboagb I should not esteem k decent to
refer to party predueetiona in relereaoato the
foon of appointment of a jwlgo of that b.gb
court, exoept for the unwarranted attack toado
upon it in ll.e proceadiop of Congri, to which
your atienlioo baa been cellod, I deem but
ia.r deteuoe to armiod yon that fire out of tarn
eijibl judge now constiluling the conn are
appointee, of Preaident Lincoln, confirmed by
Lu SenaU during the. war. If Courreet can-
. . . . , - em
not leauae lis wisnca in uraifti-
ooh aeoort, it ia because thoae wishes are not
i. ...I iiutlna nan be allow -
lHOl aa in remain, i.n " -
ed ; and ibe apprehension which they Imve
r i 5 r. ...... K..f. , tlwl mart should
matusesiBi. ot Limm ire".. .
induce reconderatioe and a change of policy,
in-lead of violence and denunciation aeamst
brvtb their aseociate deparlmeni 01 a coui.ou
goTerneieaift . . -
... . i , . ...... r
Qenllcinen, what waa tuere in u wm
iho unlortuuatc stinirsle to r-vpft-Uima.baifed.
and antmcaitiM bt tween the f-T'tI
war ? It was a fair and ruaoiy ngun j f
upon an alleged defence of a great intereat, a
X" : -tr-n : " lit TH' f I hi l fir
wiii.M. lias now ocru iuii"..w..
by those who commenoed it, lhat tins defence
... 1.. ...it. nireul bv a seanratiou of tha
8uies interested in thia propertWororhe rest,
... ., Z -- .I n h ...
ana Irors Uie common gocioiu.
isted over both; and tta right to secede and
srparatr, was a right which they were eni.tasu
peaceably to exenise. I eertainly believed in
no such right, and never gave to the doctnno
the leaat countenance. But I am free lo coo
r . l . .. ... i, A-aMad whether a ma-
.S-, in.' i j ""-' -" - ' - .ft.. , ,
joritiiy of the people of Ibe Uniled 8tatm bad
not at dinereni UH.es pm.
From an early period of the Federal govern
ment dispute bad arisen ou the power to dis
solve it or nnhfy ft authority within the em
its of a Stale. Tta one party conUndieg that
aa it had been eatablisbed by twrnfisnt between
the people ef the diffcrenl Suiea er lanum
tie. tine pan tea who bad eolered into it could
aa in cases of ordinary OOOtracU diaaolve it;
the oltar. lhat it was hke the matrimonial con
traut indissoluble at tne will of the parties.
, . . . M..ftft,ftMM,t to saidnre for all
aun consimwii -r-
...... Th. Mnlniinna uf Virma-ftn.I Ken
tucky, in mainiairiea
required, if a two-third, uiajumy iu ru ,u-.ay. iu uva, ii.ih
shall eive it their aanetmn, it ia certainly a , The lrty which apbeld it, with
. ,.r .t.. i - . .ii.iiiii.i.it, whiuh no coin- raWiiMl th Presiden. and bet
-W . - ftl
T'SFTllVtL.. .1.. fi.ited Htatea in l lie
len.iing ag.n m-i , ,
. r. . .nv n-her time, mmmmf
MV " ' ST
V..,- .-.ii thp imsi' Ih atiWt
eominuuilkvicluding men, Women -(Cdta tta lac . JTSefSBriB
Vats, aiidonipi-I them to do pt uanrc oy ( ,
expmtmn, onl.l t,uey .n... .. f State authority, such plea eaanot be
dr ai their NtBiuHtaiai, - n 7 .,w,ai11ftft,,. the eft.iuurreuc 01 .--. mm-.
.1.. 1 ..t it... .i.ITi-,, and -ball ao- . ,. ... ,.f thw erune. tu
negroes to Ita L-t.joyihcnt,uf this Tight j WurJfc ,j,r climnand .w approvarof
with such exclusions of white menjiiHiiu-, 8uu thonty cau umKe no inu a i-re
S by .he same aela. - H mSlg 'ZM
i.esm doininatmn-orer ine cm...-. --W-TTS WJ
we .k irshnt w.'s ri.e imputes! W - , mm mi
are at.-wc.vd Tn-aaon ; wo coiiuuu. .oe, - r - - . a w(lt.
innuirts. aa to ll.e condemned iwliyHliww,.. '4. nSi. aimol.
'a ' -tftltH ....rtaioi.il 1 " mmtrnm "J m i i - J- Li
lis ihb aaaaawv1 . -
y-fe .ml. Jiulii'ial imwers
I ..-aisiaine, r.ar. in..- -1 -- r
Waa western Peurrsyivauut herd at eon-...lea-.-d
territory, after the ntan.ou of the
Whiskey insurrection ! We know it waa
not. but one of iu leaden ware arr-aled aud
tried before the civil eiuirU. A well I may
hrrm.m ramv emu 11 '
1 .....ri iv. . ll.e L'llilt
l . 1 ft V,.ft .1,1.10 A
ami sentence pronuiiiu." - j -
trial byUurv and in tta d.str.et were,'ine
crime wta committed 1 're tliere tw
witnessta. to tta earn overt act again!
- i - - ! 1 B tiiaa bv htm In
aua.. ntvw . , . , -
It .u.. in.,,;.. I. o-hii-h no en.n
uew view ot an w.ua.ifti"" -.
nientator. in eiithty years, lias ever m-.o.--
sugg.-sted. and no practice of the govern -
meut lina ever recogtiiaeo. nuu n ""
(.'oiigresa abovo "ibe oiiuiipoieuee. a.
Bla. kst..ne ealls it, ottne iiniia.. ra.
for there the Exeeotlue alone both declares
war and c.ueludea peace.
But Coucres uot only wist, that the
Koverninent is iu a state of war with these
0 . . . . 1 m: ... I Qft.iAo .11 llnunm-
suDdue.l ami nuinu.airu on-.-ft.
ary chimera, which the metemdioly proofs
all around u. show to be a delusion. Iurt it
makes instant ftn.1 Quixotir war upon an per-
arma. prinrfpalitle. and p.wer wood.. not
. .1 1 ft 1 J ft . ftk. IT. S.ilte-
adnnl It. 1 ne -re.e..i-i
iietrativea this theory, and It provoawa an a.-
.Tu. . V . .it... ,1 irtliie.lt of tile
taK upon tne r.i-:"'i'-j r -r- -mverniueut,
atripping it of power which It
7 -. 1 .1 .1?.. ..f Waahlnirton.
has exereisea sn.ee iuti" - trp,
and threaieuiug the iueumlieut with tm-iH-acl.uieiit
and removal. Analyae the aub
jrt of lb quarrel, and will yu not discover
that the I'reaideut nisisis inert: --.-o.
that the iopte and State, of tta Bodtli are
..n.itUl t a footine of equality under the
Constitution with thoae in other aecti.m.;
whilst Congress deuiea it, aua renins math.-
euteraii.erofiuy .uch opinion 1. in sym
ivathv with rebellion ; s.ia-radding that be
1 ......ft ifti-ftrio tiiwnrda them be-
inreaieaeu a,T,n- ' v J . ' . , ..
fore the nhsm f the war I And upon, the
most ruiid fcrutiny. will it not apar that
'his- olfeiic hath this extent, uo uu.re .
that he has been more forbeariiig aud coneil
, . ftl : il 1 1, ..t J fnrr of theentR
lawn B HHHTini -- "" r ....
bathe expi-etedto la?; "that his tahngs l
lean to mercy', mlel" Auu nia momm- ne
ft .i. ,,,1.. ,, .ml tha Turhts ..
reneuo. nee -"ii.i-. - , a
r ' . . ,i- .... I,.. n, Htaies. renilers
Tne peonie 10 wmm - -- ; .
. . . . ft ft... ........... 1 hi. it lull III
him tor theiuue nemti ";
piiucipIesUear V.inOiiiuericau i..--"
litlea him te the tmctmragevneut and the
thanks of every pat riot .
Hat the hfnotUesift of Conjres- ami the
eonstiintiunality ol its euactinente on these
. . a ' . 1 a t . 1... k-aaairel.t
vmz. it l iiii(fO!Hil, n- suyut i r
a., ik.. itf k i i.I'.i iid ilec-ision hr-lon- the So-
lu ,'ift " j " . ft
.. I'.nt under t8 t-MistrtutKai. I. me
ft,-.. -l. ,l,e lecfslai.ws if lhn.oa.ntry. in
r....w..,..ft .ft'.-,-. m ereat IiilMie inlet
I'll. I. ' i 1 r- r
..1 . 1 .. -iVh.ir laws brot.uht
.-SIS, were ('left-.-, xm - - . - -
under ibeseaiiiii.g ioq-ury of iboae grave ami
. ' . iL I '..ii., 1.
lea.iH'ii men, w.w arc "r" '
imi.-nin Ihe Ust rewt; who are ex-rcted to
1. . . .1... ... .J n.fti..ii ia Ibe oartv
, oe a-.ni- in" - 1 -
.11 . . . . ft I ., I ,T, .1,,
elected tta President and beM majontiea in
Congrem froin tba begiontug of we peetajni
t,.,livi.l.. .ls I snsiK iided Sir a time I.T tue wr. ..-.--- lomrut ftw mmr, svr.w'-"".
iudit idiiats, i(,1C(utwlt vnM it7rti. almply realored to 1 . ion.injalise. ta a letsare
ascertained ma-a,v. --with a mrrernwent wf.V ..ffi.,, .Turi?slB
any clttxen, or hl.y TOlTof ltn,,, cn mwgm - w - - ft . th, rf.
mferr
by which State can eoiittut a enmi lor
kajai tiinr. uriorr i ut 113; - - m V 1
My umv. Ai -i: u i- i.k-.U ! isIh
.1 .. nnnvirii'ii ' it it 1 1 1. if mih- r'
the parly thus acenscu can w---- - ,i.iWf a,..- wront- aa a
of ,;,-a Ih.mWg "i,o,.tJil.e
a-ar against the llg-miW brdwifte
T "Lilt noWer of life and I sible ; n-r cinxena, aanrtvwa r---.,
..ntcxcrcaing ta P"W T"' j,, ) hlg respoiaiUek.r anvlhing tkey may
death over all within it. bmiu, I g
, quealKin N tl.e J JdwaiJ . gyjLaJ the atuns.ic of the
o purpose to a .ticfpale. ut, g n . nwber ol men .lain and wonnd
Ita'SrWr I yirt of treasure expeude 1, and
U an ainenabilHV to HtcA00" 1 J i .LI ia. m..i. to tha naasmns. aa la
iii nil their tafegnard. War ;" , . a- -pp; - - - j tke
irtel I" A' Conalilutio,, Btwl voice of rc
Sute. a. iu ZJ$ iSJr CLrtrii.ee. ita rcanrt ef Jiictafd th. 3d.
'rclr, b - -d by tke-motta. ol
ra.K ol adi-uuate Mtppoi I, uinler a .limiseni
oath of olfi.. The unle Was wuert jtrai.
.. ... : ..v. ;wl .ftf 1-vi.Ut. ie was eutertai
linn in i ire I...-.-.- . .
,h.t iho reei.i.-.b.tiiT Of solving ,au prtai
oneMkaai waaaWblto taramored ftom-tfa ne
- , . i . .j I K. Jft.J. ati in, aaf
ft- lvi-s, or, at war. ft.. -j y ",-3 1 .
' T .. ft J Li ...... in.. 11 li.l'.ti. I .
nna.f ny ine lnn-aiun wft.. .. . -
be ciinnimeit, ami, n snvnrw . -.
1. . . 1 . 1 .,,.1 it. iiiM-ou-a 11a it-u
MBm.ia...i' m -
Hal under ihe 3. ten ib-t the arts in u --
amV llttt wlatlW I IW I ITM
lTIf ilflliim- ui -
1. ..iifl t.. h .1.1 At IIMflVV UUUlll-
mrtnU-r. for tU golX Pwr
air .... ii. ivti ilk. trSt.w U VTV uhTtt
IT .. .... ...... (..rttlf.tl-l.aal nf IllHllllt"
ill OV0I "in iwiip-utw -t - J
and feel and kn..w. lhat Were is . n.a . -Lott as alw.v. uh-ler
!EwTO-r-WKd
around u., there i. a t.dal uab.t.t y me aw-r . -
K.rirt -,-ri.red- t
was iua m-Ui Cougreiu l prt,
1155. and 10 two pnM-la.i.atHea ce. tne ., - ,? ... ift.daia.iMal:
Judiciary declared .tar, wMJ-Wb- , nig- "m. ftj -
that e-uinentJudge. Mr. Joat.ee , .m no. exncamd!-
larged from imprte-nment a emien of outh . ht lhat itv. . (j
Carolina, named Egan, wta. being naxga4 mm u,u w-v -m
Jtiogres. iriMH 10a vnt.rn.-n r ,
ta-ntury till I8OO5 and at tta qiiadeennialnm
ty Conveolioo. k repealed its devotion to tlatae
" . . 11 BiiikftftaMa
resoliilioo. a a sianu.ua t,n -"-.' -
not iu only votarie. PiAtician in Sew Eug
lamL in liW, and 1814, in Ohio, ,n her con
test with Ita Bankol the umieo oiatr-at
1810, and with the mgrtrv Ware iw in ioo
and 1855, freely referred to that power as a.
deeping tliunder .that they might invokeif
they found it neceaaary. Though not a be
hever in it myself, I could very wdl ooroatve,
Ibat na advocates ware not few nor insirtfere,
and thai aveutua'ly it would be brought to the
. .1 1 TL.t 1 isaiinn Vma
fcfbitrainem l UW woru.
lt.M-11 most emphatically answiunced, and can
didly arjmir?cei. iu. 80 far as regard tta peo
ple of Horth caroliaa, inere m nv w
cause for nursing the ember of feud between
-. . - . . f , .u. ...... Oft-,..
Ilium .ml the people 01 any 01 um
A tartfe majotlly 01 lliem neuuer wa.
1 in. ri.ilif nf ftft'ee-sioD. its efficacy a remedy
for any grievance, nor that grievances existed
. . . ... . . 1 ft. I.t. m VK
wliu.ll jusuueu a revotuimu. -- -
1861, they voted down, at the polls, wWh my
lull tmoiirenoe, approbation and punnarnn,
a propoaiuon to call a Convention to con si oer
1 he subject ol cession. Il waa not antd eve
ry ilate arouud her had aeccded. and war had
.1 . 1 In ahii-li ths Vtt
actually naru wnnii. .,.!, -
compelled lo take the one side or the other, that
ft . : . .T ... .....I inl.ra.1
aa a maiier 01 nrceaaitj,
,i,4 saleiy accoriling to our judgments, we de
termiued lo espouse tta cause of lie Southern
Stales. Being in, Surlh Caitdin bore her part
with good faith and honor towards her asso
ciates, and an miseinsn ueiuuu.ao ganaBiTy
never surpassed. W hen the lonunes ot war
proved ad! taw iu feyor o pten.--Theie
tuts been some difference of opiuioti.
whether wace could not have been earner
reaelied. With some opportunities for obsaa
vaiwn, I must my, that, through the agencies
. r-, . . fc.Iftft. I.. . .lfl.liail till
01 isorer.wii'iui vhku mm vftw - -
general evneonence, t trevat
when peace could bar been obtained earlier
than il came, except by a new revolution. It
seetua to have beeo among the ordinal aaaa ol
Pn.vidence. thai the war sboual oe pnxraqieu
to the point ot exhanstien wluch It reada-U,
tliat when peace dnl come, n smauu w
UmuJ and unirer-a!, throughout the yaHrro
luml Never waa ihere a contest abandoned pt
mice pcrtect smoei ity, or a snrreoHerof arme.1
fiavs mado or observed in better faith. Tbero
haa'jut been a .lay, 1 assert 11 wiui-jim "
. ... bft-Miation. Ihere never has been a day.
suav tta surrender of ttasa anus s becamo
known thai a Marshal ot on oepn.y, wras ww-r-r
evidence of hw oftaial character, might aol
bare gone " eveiy pan o. um
rested nr served IU proceae ol the uwen eny
citUft-Q from tta bighrat la the lowest wnhoul
TBtsn"ff' or ola; root ain.
la--aa .1 ' I 1 f ill ii-l aaTt f Turn
taata-nwaiiaiiiaift, -
. . . . , .... I ...I ftftMMi . iftil Hi. n. iwlln
heavy lueses to Ibe ooequeruuf anlhorily. U
. . . a . . .1.... .ft. .., ibiMP ,.r)ft.'U
uue, but im-se were as bw "----.
lo the ue-'.tion u i ruin aiscrreuuj
faatorad, aiw um
......... ...Heil to re-
WCnWiTuTt.'n-
mt.i.alncrd to '. " ' -. . j
. ,-:i.e a m l t.u v oreev, aaawsmi tmm
r ration ef att ttaalave-, to ibe nuaatar of lour
ift- ml? 1 t (1....I .J . miHiiHl 1 11
hiaioiu 111 an, ami 01 - - Z
North Canaoa a ka-feilurt uilbctad aa a peoat
rv fcar the war to the atuutiuM more tbati oa-e-iHtif
of all the properly of th 3Ute. It waa
auheaiited to wilUout any Mleuipt U teal
law oiftastma UsUaw ita Cotuts. rtefsaru.-e.ii
1. . auoihar ta-faiture, to tta atuou .t
.if BtsBl miliums of dottars, upon a retawemeui
,4 the Pixsvdeol dw tta asiBukneo' ot the 1
C-atateaW-w eakraar.,
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