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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 1 August 1860

.J*. rv •jk y- • THE THE €OXSTITlTIOX AND THE EQUALITY OF THE STATES! THESE ARE SYMBOLS OP EVERLASTING UNION. LET THESE BE THE RALLYING CRIES OF THE PEOPLE.*?——Breckinridge's Letter of Acceptance. Yol. 1. GALVESTON, AUGUST 1, 1860. No. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY RICHARDSON & CO., GALVESTON NEWS OFFICE. - ^ SUBSCRIPTION PAYABLE IN ADVANtE-50 CENTS. For President, HON. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE. op kentucky. For Vice President., HON. JOSEPH LANE, op oregon. ELECTORS FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. Col. M. D. GRAHAM, Gen. T. N. WAUL. • \ h • [. L-r • V ;• ' ; -- • • -f m* '• first district, Col. A. T. RAINEY. second district, Col. JOHN A. WHARTON. ' $ : ' STATE ELECTION, AUGUST, i860. r Attorney 0ener IL J^LOURW For Comptroller, r ' íFor Attorney General, > ^ G. M.' JFLOURNOY. . i. Í ' ^ . For State Treasurer GYRUS H. RANDOLPH. " TRUTH, JUSTICE AND THE CONSTITUTION." Calhoun. PLATFORM OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY, As reported at the' Charleston Convention by the majority of the Committee on Platform, ...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 1 August 1860

<Y t P «AI.VESTON, AUGUST I, I860. Tin <'iini])aigii in Iowa. Speech of fien. Lane, ik the united states senate, dec. 19, 1859. One of tlii' oldest awl most influential citizens of Dubuque, Iowa, writes us on the 13th ult., enclosing a report of the proceedings of a large and enthusiastic meeiiug- there tm trvr- Ttir til t. "for the ratification of the nomination of Breckinridge and Lane. Charles Conker y, Esq.. presided, ut the unanimous request of the assembly. The meeting was addressed by lion. Jas. II. Will- iam*, who in forcible style pointed out the progress of the '' baneful influence " of Douglas in disorganizing the Democratic party and preventing the harmonizing of the conflicting elements. He insisted thut Douglas would not have received even :i minority vote at Bal- timore but for the corruption and glaring injustice practiced by his partisans. He displayed the absur- dities of "Squatter Sovereignty" in glowing colors, and showed the bold deception that is visible ...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 1 August 1860

A True Southern Journal. The editors of the San Antonio Herald have long ♦ ably and jealously maintained their position among the " Opposition " of this State; but they have recently __showii^that^m'ty^nterests-aadpartizan views cannot- ■" *■ s j; t ' if A J ii t trammel them when the dearest interests and rights of the South are at stake. In view of the contest the South is soon to hold with the strongly organized bands of Black Republicanism, and of the necessity of united action in the whole South to meet this attack on her peaceful dwelling in the Union, under the guar- antees and protection of the Constitution, the Herald concludes to fall into the ranks with the only organi- zation that clearly and explicitly, sets forth the claims of the South to " Equal Rights " in the Territories as in the States. We with pleasure give room to the Herald's article on the subject, and ask for it the attention of the few Opposition " journals in this State which attempt, in blind partizan zea...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 1 August 1860

dK Ex-President- Pleree. Doubts having been expressed as to the opinion of this distinguished New England democrat concerning the action of the Baltimore conventions and the nom- ination of Breckinridge and Lane, we present, from the Boston Post, the following extract of a letter from him, dated 29th June, to Mr. B. F. Iiallett, of Boston, author of the Cincinnati Platform and regular dele gate to the Baltimore convention, but rejected there by the Douglas majority : " It was in vain to hope for harmony after the action ol the majority upon the report of the committee on Credentials. It could hardly have failed to be under- stood generally that such action must terminate the existence of the Convention as a body representing the Democracy of the Union, and eventuate in the present condition of the powerful and patriotic organi- zation which has so long upheld the equal rights, and vindicated in peace and in war the common honor of tlier-c confederated States. There has been, in fact...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 27 August 1860

/ ~ —i THE CRISIS! I p ' "HIE rnvsTiT!TTTft% ivn thi? r^iiiiiTV nrTHMM imi ^«ESR t«E §¥«BOLS OF EVURLASTIIKG IJXIOX. LET THESE BE THE RALLYING CRIES OF THE PEOPLE."—BrcckinridgcN Letter of Aceeptance. Iff \ YOL. 1. GALVESTON, AUGUST 27, 1860. No. 6. I, I *' ^ Y it I PUBLISHED WEEKLY v —during tiie presidential campaign— by RICHARDSON <fc CO., GALVESTON NEWS OFFICE. subscription payable in advance—50 cents. For President, HON. JOHN G. BBECXINRIDGE, OP KENTUCKY. For Vice President- HON. JOSEPH LANE, op oregon. electors for the state at large. col. M. D. GRAHAM, Gen. T. N.' WAUL. first district, Col. A. T. RAINEY. second district, Col. JOHN A. WHARTON. The right of property in a Slave is distinctly and expressly affirmed in the Constitution. * * " No word cari oe found in the Constitution, which gives Congress a greater power over slave property, or which em i lies property of that kind to less protection than property of any other description. The only power conferidla the*power co...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 27 August 1860

CALVKNTOV, AUGUST ÍT, 1800. RELATIONS OF STATES. Speech of the Htm. JEFFERSON 1)A VIS of Mississ- ippi, in the U. S. Senate, May 1th, I860, on the Resolu- tions submitted by him, 1st March, 1860. _ (Continued from August 20th, and concluded.) 'Hie power of Congress to rule over the Territories —a subject not well defined in the Constitution of the United States—has been drawn from various sources by different advocates of that power. Some have found it in the grant of power to dispose of the Ter- ritory and other public property. That is to say, be- cause the agent was authorized to sell a particular thing, or to dispose of it by grant or barter, for speci- fied purposes, therefore he has sovereign power over that and over all else which the principal constituting him an agent may hereafter acquire! The property, bedsides the land, consisted of forts, of ships, of arma- ments, and other things which had belonged to the Statos in their separate capacity, and were turned over to the G...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 27 August 1860

III •«< i whether I should live to see that result. It has beeu more speedily exploded, and to the country with more injurious consequences than I anticipated. In the meantime what has been its operation? Let Kansas speak—the first great field on which the trial was made. What there was the consequence ? The Fed- eral Congress withdrawing control, leaving the con- tending sections excited to the highest point upon this question, each to send forth its army, Kansas became the battle-field, and Kansas the cry which well-nigh led to civil war. This was its first fruit. More deadly than the fatal upas, its effect was not limited to the mere spot of ground on which the dew fell from its leaves, but it spread throughout the Unit«d States ; it kindled all the inflammable material which had been for years collected. It was owing to the strength of pop- ular respect for our Government and the good sense of the quiet masses, that it did not wrap our country in one wide spread conflagration...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 27 August 1860

in its important feature by gome, will be regarded as binding in all else by the others ? Is the free trade which the North sought in the formation of the Union and for which the States generally agreed to give Con- gress the power to regulate commerce, to be trampled under foot by laws of obstruction, not giving to the citizens of the South that free transit across the terri- tory of the northern State* which we might claim from any friendly State under Christendom; and is Congress to stand powerless by, on the doctrine of non-intervention? We have a right to claim abstin- ence from interference with our rights from any gov- ernment of the earth. Shall we claim no more from that which we have constituted for our own purposes, and which we maintain by draining our means for its support ? We have had agitation, changing in its form, and fathering intensity, for the last forty years. It was rst for political power, and directed against new States : now it has assumed a social form, is...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 3 September 1860

■m-, ■;% •X V • M ■ <' ■M'rnmiámm.J: H ■ *% • '^.'íy'y'V . > ■ ■ ■ * - '<** 'fi , >;' •. :"-; ; * $ ■ jíf- E COSI "THE C0I8TI —"33T ION jqUALITY OF i "' ' ' , '. RALLYING V "é ■■ ¿tí^'h ' ¿V, ;>■ ÍU- .; •>). YOL. i. i y 5*v ?0'£M > vk'*¿.0Ev-,Ú GÍ--ÉÍ.'XÍ"V"3b«.;3L^ ARE SYMBOL Letter -of BEE 3, g< Himself. 'NEWS OFFICE. ■*v ^ ¿Í# \ SUBSCRIPTION PAYABLE IN ADVANCE-SO CENTS. For President, HÓN. JOHI C. BRECKINRIDGE, op kentucky. For Vice Presidents. " HON. JOSEPH LANE, ^of oreoon. fj* —♦♦«■*■- < r- ELECTORS FOR THE STATE AT i SiálGE. Col. M. D. GRAHAM, Gen. T. E. WAUL. first district, Col. A, T. RAINEY. secon l. trict, i( Col. JOHN A. WHARTON. iU0i^i^er^Mr<VQ,e1!n#d ^ys' eflfori in de- fence of his Tinftfih, unconstitutional, and anti- Southern «doctrine Davis was determined to have Mr. pou^laVekpi^tiHbi|nself clearly, and beyond doubt of the possibility of Misunderstanding ; and he pressed the Illinois Senator bo closely as to produce the following dec]a...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 3 September 1860

■V-V T — GALVESTON, SEPT. 3, I860. RELATION OF STATES. ¡Speech of the Hon. J.1MES CHESJVUT. Jr., of S. combination l ing jState in the stitUtion, and swee of that great her' a common ancestt party, as it is calle l, .11 th against such a power we oh ! Israel/' and the issue ^nrdma;^liveredin tWu. S. Senate, April \Uh, \m), bv^haTmeans"0 an the Resolutions submitted by Senator Davis-. tissippi, 1st March, 18fH). J ' .tei colftW) has^e©1 xmstitroS ^yearbtj grace 1860 mattery,. " To you. thetíod of battles. "avehold- *©V 'the Con* v ry vestige ransmitted by 5?e Republican í and nts, stoaccomplish, the wot result if it sue- ~"'~1 f :—Stííc and what wi of Mis- ceeds They seek the emancipation o the United States—one portion, if needs be ; the other by the vention. Both aim at the sameJind-%-the abolition of h* relative propor- .ccurately be stated ; assume that all those the negro slaves in Jtly and by force, way of circum- s > i J % It Í i :h - V. Mr. President .--¡Jfiice the tim Mon...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 3 September 1860

í 4_ * 9 *r "V V / barrassing this country [England] in all her commercial re- lations, in her pecuniary resources, and in all her political re* lations and negotiations." Under this state of affairs the English people, the English statesman, became very keenly alive to the disadvantages they had suffered by this loss, and looked about for means to remedy the evils which they produced. I quote again from Mr. McQueen: ? iiie tropicaf" possessions of other *QWera be not opposed a fid checked by British tropical cul1 tivation, then the interest and the power of such States will rise into, a preponderance over ^hose of Great Britainptad the power and the influenceof the latter will cease to be felt, feared, and respected, among the civilize<Land powerful natiou yof the world." " These citations from Mr. McQucen are taken from tírecent publication On colonization, by Dr. Christy. How to" oppose and check the cultivation of the tropical territories of other Powers, and increase her own...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crisis! — 3 September 1860

fir ■* s k ; V V 8 ^ i ^ j I \ \ \ V 4¿-> ¡•* Y 1 V • \/ i 5=5 8U| O .V to suffer, under bad institutions, the exclusive cajju providing a remedy in accordance with their experience" Mr. Chesnut.—Now, Mr. President, by way of cumulation of evidence against the wisdom and inanity of tin' anti-slavery party in their efforts, . leave also to read a portion of a communication 1 Tunis, dated ¿une 20,185JJ: . ¿«.Perhaps thnre i.-¡ no country • -i^lr-n thhyTyhnrri -^n'nncTT TO }ry exists—at least one-half the population (one n.-ijUion) aire'miserably fed and clothed, yet the poor are taxed the same as the rich, to pay which often a hundred fold is taken; or when no property thi^Bthiado and prison starvation u jWI must by their lot. «ft the philanthropist has traversed this limd, shut, his eyes to the miseries of his own color, and hav- ing taken,tin; negro,to his special keeping—prevailed upon the Bey vlo abolish slavery, and at one dash thousands of human i/eings have been cast into a ...

Publication Title: Crisis!, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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