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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

Crashing Oat. ! ^ According to the Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, (Grunrl,) certain members of iCongress are about'to attempt what the Attorney General failed in so signally, iu Massachusetts. ';! *' iUThe business of the session, (sayfe Mr. GruudjjwJH now"commence<in good earnest, and many ituportnntimeasures will undoubtedly be matured before it-t!xpir.es.% The naturaliiation laws, as I have already stated, will not be'changed during the present Congress; the Union having already indicated the pro. bable course of tlie Administration in regard to this subject. On the other hand, an organized effort will be made by leading Senators and members, to preserve the integrity of parties, and to excommunfeate, once fir all tune, the isms of the day. - !A general interJ diet is to be pronounced ogh' uist intolerance and superstition, as well a * s against all secret societies for political purposes-. . "The Dwhoj erotic party in Congress, assisted by th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

!'A™^Mui^j;: « for All toe purposes of 'a rJk\m, M\Kt' PHYSIC. ¦ ' ¦ ;! TnsnjBjiaa lohfe existed a public demand for an effective purgative pill; which could lie relied oh as sure and perfect in Its operation... This has been prepared to meet] that ilemand, and an eitensive trial of its. virtues has conclusively shown with what successit accompliilles the purpose designed."( It ismisy to make a physical pill, but not easy to make'the best of all/uV/ssj-fonc which should have none of the objections, but all the !advantages, of every othcr,-^ This has been attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate Mr the patient hitcrto that almost dvery purgative medicine is acrimonious land irritating to the ibowels. This is not. . Many of them produce, so much griping pain and revulsion in the system is to: more tbaij counterbalaricc the good to be derived fiom them. Tliesepills produce!no inltation or pahvirdess ii ^i30 f'o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

Beieoi ¦ffrefru The Snow-Shower. Bt WILLIAM 'CCLLQf BBTAXT. Standlicre by my side, an j tarn, I pray, ' . On the lake below, thy gentle eyes; The clouds hang over it, heavy and gray, And dark and silent the water lies; And out of that frbwm-nrist the snow. In waving flakes begins to fiW; " ¦ ' , Rake after flake,. They sink in the dark and silent lake. See hoir in a. living swnrtn they come' From the chambers beyond that misty veil • Some hover awhile in air, and some Rash prone from the sky like summer hail AD, dropping swiftly or settling slow, Meet, and are still in the depth below ;¦ ' Flake after flake Dissolve in the dark and silent lake. Here delicate snow-stars, out of the cloud Come floating downward in airy plav, like spangles dropped from the glistening-crowd That whiten by night the milky way;' There broader and burlier masses fell; The sullen water buries them all; Flake after flake, All drowned in the dark and silent lake. And some, as on tender wings they gl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

BERTHA XflJcs mb-dkd^cs At an unfrequented watering-place on the south coast of England, dwelt Mr. Bertram! Fitzsimon, atpoor delation of an aristoeraj^ic family. But though poor, he was proud. The family was one of the oldest In Englaud. Of course he held aloof from the gentry of the •watering-place, except the few who were unquestionably rich. There was one exception to this', however. Mr. Edgar, a young man, of five-and-twenty, of w'hom nothing, literally, wijis known,' was" i welcome visitor at the Rosory. lie owel this to having been the fortunate means <f saving the life of Bertha, Mr. Fitzsimon'k daughter,, who would, most probably, have been drowue'd'but for his exertioift. Whiit more was necessary-to procure hiin an introduction to the family ] No questions were asked abotit his pedigree,- -They saw he was a gentleman in manner; >they knew that lie saved their daughter from *a Watery grave, and neither Mr. nor Mrs. Fitzsimon objected to his visits. H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

- ! ¦ " . ' t - i '; i l^rota the Dublin Nation. Ii DEAW 8WIFT AND THE COBSLERl!; It ljappctied that the Dean was ohe dav passing through Patrick's Close,; when he jes. pied a cobbler hard at work in! his• stallJ4-, Poor Crisi in, though half naked, was singing away like a I irk, and hammering at tlie hpel of an old siois with an apparent lightness [ of heart that ;istonished the Dean when lie contemplated the merry wretch's obvious misery/ j- .*• -j , . j| 'Friend,' feaid the Dean, pausing in jjis walk at thi s|al), and addressing birr, 'yqu seeni tp be vt-ry poor; but then you seem to be very merry.' •• .¦'''.' ' ] i ' It's! not mirth 3jr,' replied the cotb)e44-' I'm strigiu' for the children in the eel ar b!elow.''i j- ! , i;.'*. 'Hqw Hthat?' askedvthe Dean;.'•! doii't understand ypii.' 'Why, sir,'; said the man; ' whenever tlie things and have not! poor are hungry, ing to eat, I sing Iroll songs for them, in order! to make them forget the hunger.' i •: ' What family have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

'ltWa«ttnmfllatdidit.', ^: ' Such was. the text from Which was:|preftcni ed a mo^| imposing sermon on Friday last-in Our sister city,- Buffalo^, ari4 the text Urds the1 sermon, also, and the text atad' sermon1, were the last words of one of God's erring, creatures.. ¦ ¦ _¦, ' >' . !--"¦;— .-.;'.'¦ .;-'.. There was no organ withj its swelling notes dying away in lengthened aisles to: open the) services, there were no' anthems of jojr arid praise with which to continue the Worship of God, there was #o benediction sweetly breaking upon the ear of the devout worshippers as they rosejfrom cushioned seats to leave the house of prayer; but theseryice^was imposingly solemn, and it saiik deep into the. hearts of the awe stricken asseriibl v. •"'• . ¦' ¦'"¦¦ It wat the "Court of Death." there stood justice, stern justise, iii ther person of the ex ecutive ot; the law, and in his hand the warrant; which commanded hinl to revenge the injury.done to the peace andTjignity of societ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

The Mormon Difficulty. ¦>•'.-• A. writer in the Washirigtori.^<ffr, after expressing the opinion that af-recent appoint-' men of a military Governor^Utah may do good, but cannot overcome ^he difficulties of the case, proceeds thus to ilhistrate those &£• hculticsana '.o propr^.a,re, meay,.a simple, easy, and he thinks, effectual' one^ ¦ ; j So long as. the legislators and jurors of the territory, the main elements in all-coverri. ments, consist of Mormons, as they mu/f, lingham 1 oung will controlthem as he plea* es, jMulwUrbe really,'to all intents and ,purposes, Governor of the Territory. . A: unaniinous Mormon Legislature can pass any JaW they please, over the vote of the legititriaio governor. ! A'unanimous Mormon jury cm find any verdict they please,!in violation, ot the law, as fefveu to them by the court, and. the same h/fhience which controls the! findirig will .control, the public opinion there iri'suE pprting^ie same. Hie military, of cburseT ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

Farty Lines in the Pennsylvania Legislature. ;• ' ' ' Wc invite the attention of those'who think the old party organizations are not destroyed, to the vote for-Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, as given else-;• where in this paper, ft will bo seen that the anli-ndniinistratk'it, candidate -received 76 ; .. votes, while life ¦ adinjiiistration, or 'regular.' - candidate received but IS votes! The .members of 'the House, just come from the- ranks of the people, may be supposed to speak the mind of the Keystone Statc ^ and they have spoken in emphatic condemnation of the present, national administration and the party! that supports it. Old lines of distinction are .disregarded by the tteprcstntatives, just as they were by the voters who elected them. j The Representatives from this district,Messrs.! ! , Lathrop aiid Stiirdcvant, were among ihcj | ' 76, as were Laporte and Ho!c«ib of Bradj ford,-Baldwin of Tinga, Avery of Wayne; and. the Representatives from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

¦ -Hnmanity in the City. / j Bang a Srrie* nf .Dixcowttx rtctntly'deHrcred iii ! Xet; TotJ^ h\ j Itrv. Emm IL/Outix.'' ! These practical discourses bv this eminent 'divine, speak riot -orilv to the hearts arid coivi ! sciences -o/men, v,ith a V-igor and power not I .to be misund«^stopd, Vut arc alsov clothed iii | such'chaste and elegant language as to be i moft valuable ins-contributions to eiir highest : order of literatiffo.* The,book is elegantly ; printed on' beautiful paper.'well bound, mid ! will make not (ml v. a useful but a choice nresi i / -I " • '' ' ' | cut. For sale in Montrose by A. N. Bulked] i'at tlie Post Onice.-:'!. ' ,- . --.' . j | > i ; ¦ I j ! I Kansas.—-The editor of the Easkii, "Pa.i 1 Argus,- who' has been oh a visit to Kansas tcrj i ritory, publishes in his paper a long account 'i 6i :tbe new larid.of promise. On one topic; j which just now' absorbs so"] much attention; [he says: - [';.-:¦ ¦¦ ¦ fj The vex«:;l question of slavery will cause" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

~: IHDEPlHEfiff RpELlEAl-CHAtttES r, KEAl> ASH 11. It. FRAEIKK, EDltORS MONTROSE, PA. Thnrsday, .laiuiary II,'1S55.. i- THE INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. . PCBLISHED EVF.nt TIICISSDAV Mor.MXO, AT MONtUOSE, PA., AT $l,50'PKn AS.SUU.IIN ACVASCK. : e-f ¦ , / -x} ' Kales oX AdvcrtUirig. One square (16 lines or less) one weelt $0,50 "" One square ' " " . Uyo^eks 0,75 .', One square. ¦? ¦ three weeks,..%... 1,00 OneBquare' . " oncimontli; ...1,^.j One equsrc i:" two months, ......'2,25; ; One square " thrc« month.*,...". '3.00 One square ." - -..- six months,-...... 6,00 One square .'•"'.' one;year, 8,00 For two or tnorc squares, inserted by "the year, a :- deduction from Uie above price? js uiade. ' Yearly advertisers will have the privilege of altering or changing thdr advorti*emerit3 n-it'ioat'additioral charge. - Business cai'-ds, not exceeding fire lines, inserted at $2,00 per annum. *.•."'-. Job Work. This office is supplied with a pood assurttnent, of Jobbing material*, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

Eennblican Meeting. It will be seen by a notice In this paper that a meeting of the Republican party ^vill - . be held in Montrose, on , Monday evening next. WeJ .hope - the friends of-"the cntise throughout the county will; attend as generally as possible. We must keep the ball . rolling.: The committee to prepare the address «ko. are William Jussiip, Franklin Fraser, 0. G. Hempstead, C. F;.Rcad, U. Sriiith, J. Bmdshnw, and S. B. Miller. /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

,!. ., -.-, -J. •..-¦:. --,-,> -.-:¦: \\ . ¦ i The Betrahlioan. Party. j i The"' Giudcrsp(;rt, Pa.-, People's Journal Lays, 'We sire gjpd to see so much unanimihc-ani.nri^the< .liberal • papers in- this State in favor$f organizlrjg iheiparty of Freedom.-— •We hive alreai^publidied tlie opinions^fiT bany papers, arid we give below, the strofig iiind efiiphatic ^language of the Wcllsboro' Agitutor, in.fiivojf of the movement. These 'lire our sontifricn'ts. arid this is so important '' -'j * - . ii matter that wje shall i'frc4nently press it upon Our readers!?- (Then follows the extiact we made from the Agitator, last week.) !!j the. Binghamton, X. Y., Standard (Teuiperance"" and Frjjc-Soil) 'strongly advocates the new:Republican party. We quote from i the last issue of. that paper:'¦. Then? does ribt rtiiuain-thc sliadovr of a Whig or-| pmiTation at the Spilth. ¦ The party is disbanded at j"tb«"We»t,:and'd.L<iorj. T«nizvd elsewhere, llow then ia I it to co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

!> - '¦ Political Intelligence; Iluxois.—Tnc "Leaiwniture met on the 2nd. Tlie House organized "by elC-ctijig ejrery Anti-Nebraska candidate, some Whigs and'some Democrat*. . In the Senate also the anti-Nebraska i.icn have all the office?. They have two majority in the Senate and about ten in ! the House.. Negro Democracy is down. — The Legislature is out and out .prohibition.,' Isdiasa.—The" State Senate organized by .'•"electing all Democratic officers. Thej Hoiisc elected the Kepublican--nominees with great unariimitr. MAssAtmcsETTs.—Two important tnotsons ' v tvere iriade in tlie House, Jan. Sth; one was to elect a committc on federal relations, and the other' to amend the Constitution so as to provide that no person shall have the elect- ¦ ive franchise who cannot.read and write the English language. * ., . >! Maixe.—Gov: Morrill, in bis Message tti,; the Maine Legislature, makes.no allusion, to the Know-Nothings, recommends the slrin-: .'gent -enforcement...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

• : -.;,-! —i-. --i—^-~T~r ;;:• .. The Miobigan Hethoiist; Conference 6n Sla-: [1 -H'! . .'¦ very. --.'.•. .1-:¦ ' / j j AtjiW, recent sexton, t|ie Methodist-C)ri- j ferenqe! i>( this State took [the following notion i conccrrilrig Slavery. ¦ | -•''!"'.•{/ ' i .AnStijlican-Slavery-is jan invasioti Sf the! riphts <tf God; it is an inrtMctionjof the eter- i jhaj. .I:t!w^.fJchov:t!,; it winges w^r Xvi(h the ! jadiniiiiKtration of J)!vine! J.n! t":ee/:idlG>'od- ;liC*s;: it;is opjm ed throublnVut; 'w theq>jiirit ! [aiid ti'ikfiiiigs of the Bililp'; n' -'Al di.-.ti'.-K-titig ;and 4ifi|l,i.g! if i,,.; de-tre»yiiiaV the ("lii|rclri!s ; jof Clirtsj,.._iri-ih:s lyinl ; Ulis/ul.vcr.-ivotot' all i jtlje tHe intcre.-tsof tfiej Nation,! an4iiiits ipb^l^^hirmiiigly aggrc-Ksfve m.fvemlfnt^, is itfrealc^itng she, vt ry ex^fV-nce of | the,Fed,;r- } a| Unjiiriiuul 'Repii'i'kyh (jrovc'riiment'j'whcre. fire, Halved by thi/G.|t'erencc.-'; ';!¦'. • ' 1-1. jLhUt we blur/fu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

; ; it - - ^^ . ' . . .- -i Susqaehanna Co. Teachers' Association- j I !! j j The Susquehanna,Co. Teachers'Association I-met pursuant to notice in the Methodist church.; ; iu Jcssip oii-.Satu day the Gth hist, jat, 10 j LoVlovk'lA, 1L'- - '-¦ '• : ' j 1 The trteeting wras -called to -'rdcr liy the I j Pre*. £J. T. -Scott, and" "the- exercises were ; : opened iwith prayer by Prof. W. Richardson; • The Secretary Iwiiig ab-ent A. J. Gerrit'son j was chosen Secrwtiriy pro ton. ; .. } ThejCotistitutiori not being preseit, alii pcrsotis] iu atto'iidaticc were requested to'act! I as menibers by taking part-in' the exercise's;] | and mapy did so. . -; ¦ .' . ' ! j \ | j i J i j j j j . The Association was then addressed by A.'i , Carrj u|»on the subect of teaching. He urg-J ; ed the heces>ity of adopting a uuiforr.i'sv'sl.tcmof|eachiiig throughout the county, and ! also the necessity of'uniformity in.Text Books, !-trbich'has been pattially.accomplished by the present^'ta\r. _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

! CORRESPONDENCE • I ]For the Indfpcndfnt Ile]>uUtc'(rni i'. / j Ms8s)i8i Eeah & Frazier :—The first No. j of votrr-fvftluable paper has just been received, fair mc; I have peruscll it with unusual, in-! tcrestj nnd fake pleasure in rccomrpchding it t<i niy friend j. The catiso-pf huiriar i freetlom; litis ciijiaited tny attcntjon' for a number -.of years, ibid liiy hopesfor the ultimate triumph of our priiicijdes \vcre jnever better than at present! ; '^Perseverance conquers everything," ;is an-old s.-iying', and pretty generally true; l)ut whether it v& to be the perseycr. ance of! slave-holders, br the advocates for freedoih wh%h is finally' to conquer is the question. ¦¦ v i ; The balance of power in the Senate is adverse tb trcqdom. In 'tin; House, it is about an one-th'ntVpower ovCi'-ruling the two-third power,; the Ijalf of M;hi(|h has generally been ijalled dough-face. . This powee has a coiistitticiicy bf about two thousand miliions of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

¦ '! :! *s ' Good Templars-! V i - ¦ 'ji.h*"!»'•"-••« -:t--ss.<!'a o.t tiU'inu'epeiiih-tiUnler of GoiidSTemplcrs of Pa.. w:w i held atjTrov, ; i • il r • ¦' - j ¦ ¦': j - llftdf^ra county, ..:i\I.e lOili ,ahd 20th nit., : arifl vijry-largely attended. Alknjt threphun ctri'd dii(ogateK fro i -vario ^s pa'rtjsioftht! State j ¦ Wifre jn;jittci;danett and two hundred a|d for- t-v-|:tine Lodges wiih'alarge mcmblTehi;i were * ; '.- j-'i - - -; ' •;' t reri«irlx:$. . llciol itions .were | unani ii)ously passed" {h ft vor of a proli)bitor;\f 'liquo^ law j for tlib counties tl.'.t vo*c-d for j-rbhibitSon. -' ! Thli officers for-thc <'iis(r.ug year arc}. I . ilotll llwvd, Bridti.rd Qui. Gi W. C|T.' • • ! ' JChiirles l'Vrkins. LuzerricCo:. G. W.'|Coti^i-1 schiri! :; -• ; ^ '.' | i ' « ¦ ii Warren Skvel, Ci.tiderspart,i;G. WJY. T. j - JMfeiMarV C E'riorv. Tioga Co.. G.IW. S. ! P>S.!JIo:iVd, tjifi Co,., G. iyv. t. |! jj ;A.!u,i. Warren, Siisquchnniia! C<J.. G". ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

\ - ! 1 . •• ¦ '-'. . Znow-Hothingism in Congress. From [the .speech'of the Hon. Win, S. B.trrv. of Mipsissipi'. !ri'the" IIo«se:'orTt'opresentativej, Die. ltf. ISjI,- we niako the following extracts :" • . ' T / ¦¦¦ Nmv, j.ir, te-(i;»t i-s this ni.ovemcnt.it the North.-aiid who-jirc tngag'ed in it? It is a combination of all tin: ''isiiis.*' bf that section. Abo!itioilis!,i Free-S'iii.rCm. Whigism," W"uni;t!i-Iiigl]i.dsiiL Suei.sli.siii. Anti-Kclitisni. gathcTe<l together' fiyn: afj thousand fretful riils, and miiigliup flu-ir/'ciTiteuts in one conuiion i-ba'mic!. j Aiioiiifri, >in am) K::ow-Not')ingr i^-rr ^--^-^W^--^-.*ly^.'<;... H.^- *..^^..i.» t-^* tU-J «-»Crti--5 of a sootiou_ tt" the I iiiun, and "an attempt "to destroy ihei.i/because, in its ' wis<k>:n, it has det'cririincd/thct thok' ri"ht? have not tlie ! | | ! |! ! ¦ ¦ | ¦ ! ¦ prop, r ntiiria! siulctio i; the other is a denial of the rijhts of a clft^s of citizens, reff.-mlless n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

NEWS AND NQTIONS. . —An Election inilHuiburg, for Afderfjiaii, has resulted [in tic defeajtW the KnowJr^oth-,h;ig"candidati;. ;^jAv} \j-.. \.#"K ,¥-The IrfgislHiur^dffimioi^asbrganizcd .^t Springfiul|l ojiih|2d instyjo^'tlie election of ftnti-Nebraskti.iiflicer«. ;..'-"• V >—Tha chief of \kjj [^ Dclnttati firV^cp^rt ment enunidi'.itcv ainoug jhc:iiegativc\merits of-the steani[firc engine,|thatiit neither drinks whiskey "nor[throws:bficKbals. . \* A Denioera tic jCongressional-caucus hiKj been held atf WasliingtSii, at which resolu-j tions.'.vere adopted jto rtduee the duties to thcrevenuo.staildard. j ;•.'¦'• * —rWil! New Hampshire desert, her noble and¦ well-tried son ||—iViinhintfton Union. ¦' W'e should guess that President Pierce,had not only been ' well-tried",', biit'o'ycrwlielininglv cbnvieted.i— QlcvefaudHerald. •?- ' r , i •¦ -j . :—A gcntlcmjui hi a [ijifivatc letter from the Sandwich If lands, speaking of King Kamohitmema, says:—' IK» loafs ioimd;.the iown ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

j Americans and Slavery. ''••', NiOne of the most interestmg'"qiitstioris that is jHmncctcd '.villi the Atncrican iiiovemcnt, is tl]|> inouiry-' as to what policy that party will pilrsuekjri regard to-an inslituti'in that -b;is ct mplele"W disorganized and ruined the two old political parties, and which* it"is| iirongly bclifvcd tuid. predicted, will vet scatter to the winds what to-day is a mighty n|njd irresista-IjC political o^gaiiization. Wc have already, noticed tluit iri fhe\Senatc, Adai.ris of Mississippi, has mtrodticeekabill irf the] samechanlc-, fur as.ihatdfviirctl bySihe new nai-ty, while in tlie House, Harry of -thVsdnui St jit c, has violently and bitterly nttnck\U the iwhole- party, and Henry Wise, the .mitstNins<»U;nt Kdyocato olf slavery that the South posHessjs is also opposed to the whole iiu>vcnient\i Another -.fiict in this connection should not. beHost sfght of, t Lit the most popular inaii in the party, tnlkcjl of for the, presidc^io...

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