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   Weekly Gazette And Free Press (Newspaper) - January 4, 1861, Janesville, Wisconsin                                ff, lale at WEEKLY; IAZETTE FRFF I ItheiU. I.-DUM t Stau, I offico ot (S) Hepoiltei IK, I Aii IJrldtee fertduits, 3 UMWet alii com uf swer tbe be plain, tie relief cocrt, Attj-' rljDg Ktaceafl perty pay >ng Th an itltCH m oit the 'at uo red, Uja bcon niu ivoer them upon "ead late dorfed Uut rt, 3t vu da clock A M Application m-tetod, J for ere 1 a azd allow gnet will withe M, bu V Is of all per nt> Jnclgo .STY K vid f lhi> town of remlcr last, n tna.v be rd before Ibo of in tbe cu> u-i-y next HI that notice of n writ >Dt 01 Ch ill J i wnt.Qfc I ar i r t.1 aa-J i' d CCUO'J ill, ivp-s eut wo on tfce li bU th-. soaaeroaj lea iryiwuHi 1 Ixfcra utxtj tea hereof, m .vxicv tbew said VOLUME 16. The Gazette and Free Press FRIDAY MORNING, IN' X.A.ITIN'S BLOCK, Main HOLT, BOWtJI A. WILCOX. T B R M Si JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, JANUARY d, 1861. NUMBER YMrlj, in Advance, HftU-ycATly. iu odvaDC Qoartarlv In advance, tl to 1 00 by CirriBi Atrgtd t-00 1" alx at tbe lima of ua> will be cnvg'tl M the rat> o[ por >eot C UOLT, H BOWEN, I) WILCOX or i clcrte matter or o mlTaUnt ID space make a Square. _ I Jm Om J 4.001 J.UQ ouoj Cnrditn B.uioMi UirwMoiv, Jl 30 pet Jcivr eoch 00 per year fjr tJch adU'loimUlim Stray No! lew 4 Legal NWcos ai btaluu rwlw Special and havlngpro- ol ordinary a M> co-it od Tfencc- ot> ordlnoT) rales ol Char.uvWe ball VdTerltaementa not atcompanlt-tt ullh iiiectlona, will be inserted till forll 1 anil 'or ocoonllnsty AU tn cance. Tblimle wil' not varlej the b ordered In Dally and portent on tlie iau amooot will made Yoatll e.1 thi frlv vlege 01 cbanfln J Collectable f B. KXOWLTO XlfOWLTOX MARSH, at Law, doe.O-ltf TUOfl u B and CoaoHclor at Law Lapp in Block Vritcunsta Attomcr and Counselor at Law tffi uoJer Central Jaak, m vtf_ J. II. UA.1.C11, Acconnlant and Notary Public, office Tlllt, WUooMln _ __ mnvlSdaw CEO. n. KL.T. at Law Offl 3 Iti Lappln t block, JaocsrlUe, g. P. COL.B, Jf D. Hommdhlsl UK) CIBce at Bealo I Hat Store Residence Rve doors aonth or tua Baptlft Cbarcb NOAH Wboleiale Ketall bookseller aud Stationer, Lup- lU 3 block. 'tide of river Janeaville, Wls _ M. B. JOHNSON. Dentiit Office orer County Bank co-ner of Main and streets JaasaT'lle, aprfidawtf J. W. D. PAliltKR. Attorney at Law, JannnlU tVU Office nlth Bate! t J lohols, Nort Main street maraSdawtf D. a. ot tbe Peace, CUatt.a JtiQCtlou, Wlsooiuln MA ABLE JIA.NL FACTORY. I W Successor eo N V 4 B Bacbetder dealer m Italian awl Wcut KuUund Shop on r of Bluff aoa sea C.EO. O. ROBINSON. Attorney and Counselor ai La-v and JuitJce of ibe Peace Edgetloa, Wl> Offi e in Swll Block _ _ EL.DREOE, PEASK 4t B.XIGBR. and CooBMlloTi at Llw Office in Eturlre blooc, Main street, Jauearlllo, V ILSftEiOl. _ 3 J R- _ T H DR. B. r. Cedtlrt. Is prepared to in erery brauch of bis profewlon oje door DOI tb of McKej A Bro n, Mala Janesvttle. _ H. A. PATTERSON. Attorney at Law Jnatico of the Peace, Jaub-vlllo, IVIs office on Main etreel, opposite the A am Impress Ollco _ my23davrtf GAZETTE AND FREE PRESS. EDAVAAD RVGKR. Clly Engineer and County Surveyor, -will atlood to eo {tnecnfig, atUTeying platting drawing and conyoy anclDg Office In Ltnptre blot-h, Male ttreet, Janes- Frund on the Got eminent. The following are some of tbe circum stances coonected with tho great up on tlie government, ailutled to in om tele graphic dispatches of yesterday About foi r months ago the firm of Magors. i Waddle, well Unowo us the army contrac lota during the Utah war, lielel acceptances of the war department to the amount of one million of dollars. Russell, not butvg to negotiate these acceptances, became em oarassed, and ascertained thsita cleik in tbe interior department, named Qodard Ba ley, bad charge of the Indian Trust fund, to the amount of over three millions of dollars, in the shape of bonds of   acceptances, -who placed them in tbe safe whero the bonds were Kept Tbe iceent panic so reduced the value of state bonds that the bankers in New 'i ork cnlleu for ad ditional security. Bailer, feiring tbe loss of the whole-, advanced aooie more of in the whole OD the 18th inst, the clerk confer ed to a senator his complicitj in the f-a, d -vnd he was arrested OD the 24tb, and upon gation another loss of cash to tbe amount of was discovered The extent of his operations are unknown He is re ported to bo a nephew of seere taryofwar Bailey has bee'i arrested at the instance of the government, nnd requu ed to give bail m the sum of 000 for his appearance at the next teim of the criminal court It is thought the govern ment is protected, as their acceptances more than cover the amount of bonds abst-acted Russell has also been ai rented in New Yo-K and oidered to oe transferred o Washington tho meantime, while fraud u running riot in the Interior department, Secretary Iboinpson is in North Carolina, advocating secession aud stirring up rebellion nguiusi the government v-bile his clerk is plunder ing it Tbo fact that so piocbgioiis ,1 from) as this could be perpetiated, without the knowledge of the responsible ofhcers of the governraen', tiLen in conaection with the emptiness of the treasury nntl tho geneial collapse of tbe national nnancos ,3 signiu cant It may be only the beginn ug of de velopments vrnieh uill astound tbe people, and assure tbecu tbit they were wise in in aisting upon a change in the administration, tbat the offici si rotteunes-i at Washington may be exposed nnd mischief eonected, so far as is posnole Foreign AfTain. The English nnd Piencb armies liaie taken Pekia (itul aacku.1 the Emperor s summer palace where spoils fcund, afterwards a treaty vvis formed tbe Chinese governmen', aud it re ported that the Cmperor Jmci retiuned to his cipitol Ibe Preach, it is said got the largest share of tbe booty The o'tl MR. WAUE'B SPEECH. Some considerable space will be occup ed in our paper to daj nnd to morrow bv the speech of Senator Wade II paitakes of tho characteristics of its MUhor, being frank, ntnnlv ane! outspoken, without heing of- fensive Mr Wade is a sincere ard bii political principles are convictions hence be is among those who biivo no con or tonciliatioua to mike, vvh re it iMinposible lomiKe any question TYn asV for Mr Wnde's speech a careful ond candid perusal by men of all Corrwrojideticc of tlio Dvly Oacotto POLO, In Dec 22d, 18GO Vestis Were you cvercorupell ed, when traveling to pass the long hours of a lonely day at n village hotel forced to while iv ay the tine alone in a little bed room, or with fifteen or tvv ent) vilKge inmates in a smok) barroom, and listen to tbe recital of "big each one aspiring to the honor of telling the btige-jl heir story, or some t-enifendotisduck hunt or pigeoi slaughter nwav down cast9 Tough, isn't it? SVell, such vvns rry lot yesterday, tbe storm without wns n peltmg one, or I should have found reuef by s'rolnng about the town, but as it was, I did the best I could seized a dirty 1 Ule newspaper that was cuffing about on the 3oor, (by tbe way, ou- Hndlord a libriry, I founj upon inquirr, consisted only of Avers Vlinanac, and three or four magazines, is ined A D 1358) from tbe newspaper I shonld have learned, had I not known it belore, that honest old Abe' was president elect that the Burcb divorce case was pro pressing at Nipierv ille, Ac A.C inciuditg some other matters of trivial importance, b'ut which nevertheless I read care'ul y icibaluit cllUeiutiui in order to ta'ce up tbe time as fully is possible this is the darker aide of tbe picture, as Ned Bunt line, or some other no elut, is m tbe ham of siyint; Let us turn the leaf and give a the brighter Nature has been equally as lav sh here ni in old Rock in tne bestow mcnt of those rue g ftS, iiehtiess anu fertility of bc-xi ty of laidscape, with vvhitever else is tial on her pnrt in making the oroad p-ai rics of the west vtcrth) the aptclKlion or girde is of the werlu Not is th s a 1 the poh cs ot" this section are st-oi gly re p iblican The people hero Le peil in the election of iionsst old Abe, and o" course, entitled to share of the honors The of secession is becoming e topic among all classes about heie Con siderable tier ousncss 13 eMibited nu ong clisafiected democrats, aid a few repubh cans of the timid sort Abov me nere to call }0 ir on to i m liter of lit tie inteie-t, to myself at least I i Yes Mr Editor, a diicoverv n sou ol receipt for v Inch it miv be pobcv fui me to fi c -i. caual, appiv ror letters patent Judging otheis b) tne re ccip will operate like i ehain m vmg tbe fears and quieting he nerves ol timid politieicns, who nrc so easily bv tie ebullitions of southern spite ait1 fnnil cism flie receipt is dot composed of a MR. CADE'S SPEECH; DeliveMJIn Uw Uoilci Sti oa Dtc 1" Mr being entitled to the floor, said that in tbe condition in which affairs ap peateil So stand Vie had but nitte cftect of argument Butcher hercco'lect ed bow he barf seen senators riise 1'ieir hands to heaven aud the oath sup port the constitution ol the United bfUea, ind now heard from n anj of tbo'c tame senators that it na" their motion to de stroj government ind ramplc the con sti'ution omdcr foot, be reH that silence it such t time would bjt a form of trtason itself What are diilicullies that bio igln aboui this state of thing3 Min) ou the oilier aide have spoken, butuotnith atindirrg all tbey bad said, Mr W felthiai Svill unable to nndeistand nhnt i' is ol Hie about conning into ijtld office a single honi, nud therefore have committed uo act of "which collators OT tbr opposite side can complain If the ditb cUty from what t suppo ed that pir Ly might do, then the opposition Tverc UH Jer the influence of mere nporehensioi unTvnrrantab'c aoprehensions growing out of tbeir prejxidices If he, Mr W, bell any principlea that Tvcre unconctiti tional, or, whe her i constitutional or not, it they injurious to ethers he needed not. to be aporoached for a cornprom so he 13 alwujs reauy to give up such principles I nhollj and fully Nether ueed ftu_ one I offer a a to compel h re to surrender, for tbere was wrong be was deal rojs to set npLt ff thout price or coinnro raise Of then, do gentlemen coin plain "Wuen he left h s home to come to this capilal all was cheerful, calm inc. con tenterl, and from all re could see tbere was no reason to anlicipa'e in; u tcrrnptior 'o the 'larmoiy that had heretofore pre-aileJ He had heard of no nev, occurience 311 ce the close of the last session that coild fjr D ah reasonable cause for the trouble, he had been apprued of no ei c-oactmects on the rights of states 01 indnulmla, and tbererore led 'o expect a harmonious ses aion It is true that the lepublicaL party, which has ed ever since the repcil of tl e Missouri compromise, had auccceded the late election m clectu g their candidates lor presidon1" nud rice p-eaidciit, but ibis shonld no 01 e br surprise for the of th it occir euce M-S pncn four yea-s and any man of co-nmon sense u-ight been sure tba- matters Tiould resjlt, as tl ey do ic Ihis, then, is a most singular state of ll ingo V> ho complrining? Is it tier who ire 11 the minority, thev who hate been kcp down, the) nho ha e suffered from -n op pressive government No, it is not Si ppose recur to i period four ;ea-s ajo, vfiien the old la thers were making ip thci- bill of mhct mcut Ilia oY C eotgc tbelbira Ihnyhad no difficnl y in set ting forth tl e causes and motives ivl ich lea them to against him Ir hey couk1 e biougbt no charges against the cumeutoi the king, who not branded then as traitors9 10'hen com flan s? Is t you ho have hau tbe einmentfoi be eighteen you aggrieved by the >ou base directed jouraclvca The ernire it of the Un ted States has uad two tinrJa of this senate tor jeais piist and al mo t that no tint two thirds repre'enting only ibout one 'biuth of the free people ol couu r) Tct )ou iviled ior near Ir ten yoai, H the cibnet, in the senate, in he si p emc cour and, in a haie Ii.tated i II ihc polity of this 11 it not strange a si c'i T3 tin" should complair thit hen blue betn stricken down bv tl c act o i ol tl i- imen' la tbe of all il a crmimotion among lbn jeople9 U tie 110 to bu i tilted there slate and the senatoi from Indian.. (Mi Fitch) had eo ie so for bis Now, on the othci Imae- continued Ji'i vsbere you have lost one bUve we bnvo lob ten men murdered b) vout mobs Men fiom the uorfh ivho travel in tho south for business o- plaasnro "re met by )ou Mgilanco com ruit'cos aud i isnlted, abused, or 'utled If a mftii from Ohio south tbe> Jo not "ik him what he is of, or (Kg he follow-> but tie it him in i uiuiuer thit wcu'd disgrace 'yes e have no secj No mutter how worthy, n nocout a man may oe, if ha bt, 1 om the i o h he is n i a i If he eveieised bib politi cal 3, am eapeeiiliy if be voted for Lincoli it is in nuliguit) not to be to era )ou eat uecuie Us of the Coi stitetiou Mr V? eid not believe that in the history of the vvor! 1 tlitie ever was a nation or a peopie vvhc tin u 1 lu ie pugnant to the general feeling as exeeu teivithccuRi to that of the fugi tvealavolaw No icpugtmnt law can K executed with tho sane a i it) as law runs w th tbn mcl nation of Ihc pco ,il" Evervcardd man will limit th s iVow tl e-e i a hvv n Clurleston, Sontj Ca olin.i, to pit poor men who curne th ic fro n northern states nto j ill and if the) do not pa) their jntl i e cold f-ii those tees into etorral slavery Is lot tins alike contrary o Infant) and to tne Con stitetion o' the United Staes? Mr W did not this to inflame nuimosilics in I the nre ent ala e or evcitement loi prc (erred pence and quietness lov, Hr W, (speaking to the other side ov n the cabinet nnd 'ae senate, and )OU the of tbo Unitrd States as jijch as aay oue of von owns a se--ant on yoiu 01 u plnitntior Wha1 do men con plain of then You cannot j omt o it tiny acts or the republican party ofwiicb )ou can complam? Novv, Mr President, I have shown, I tbink, that the dominant majoiit) here hivre nothing to complain oi in the legialntiotol coigress, rr in tbe Icgislntion of an) e states, or in tie piuctice of tnc of the north umlci tfie slave bill, ev eept io fir as the) sny i_cr'ai i state legisla tion fnrnislics some e' ulei ce ol ho'tililv to their institjtion1: here, sir I beg lo make an o'j'-eiviaton I tMI tbe sen ite ind 1 tell ail tne thnt the republican p irty of the northern so fin as I kiiovi, and of in ow i stito in put culm bo'd tbe same op n o s w th regaid to this peciliar iiKtiti tiou ot vou s thit arc bclu b) al tie civilized naticns ol the world e do i ot d fid Irom the puol c tu icnt of Luglai.d ol Lianeo of Gennanv.oi It 'ilj, aid cvei) othv.i c ihzel nation on God s earth uml I" e'l ion fi hat ,0 i i ever fo mil, n id vou i e a will m d liec eommuii'tv thi 11 re in lovf will u pccj 1-ir institution J he cua or from lexis (Jlr iglall) to d us t ic (bat C3t ton was k PJ, nd th u its in'li ei cc i' vvoulel tvU evca. He d vl no1 bi'Y so in bu1 that w is tbe substanee o liisrcmailc that cotton wn kinjr a id tint it b id it-i suLjecfs in Lurone w ho d ired not rebel against it Here U n.e snv to thit senp 01 in pi SMII.J, tl at it tu iiscu that Toy aievcr rcbell ois 'uojeeU nnd thev me talking very c tsrespecttul'v at Jre'-uit ol tbft kiij that I e spol c of ihej   lie 211, to lie question of compiomH'-s On the first day oi th s ses sion i ifltmtor in bap ice aud ofltifd a resell lion for the appo ntment oi a com miitcc to inqiine i ito the evils that exist between the diHucni- niu1 to as ceitaii whit cm be do ic to settle this guat dilhouln i T h it H the proposition ill ill) I iell tne toi ll) it I o 10 uilbi ult) nd is to co n no misfs I h d siijiDOaee tb it we wcie all igri.etl tint the d i) ol co npion i_cs wia it 11 PII 1 Ihe moot so'c u i ccmpromiaea vve hive u adv. hi JPLU v el wit! out i wlcicis I hive hid x s at ni Una bjni one of consumable 111 e C[ ul v, th it h u too i lot injic than Unity v tia bwepL vvriv fiom vour statute boo v hen I ho c n th> ni'iioiit) lat it ulici I von to nuLboll vonr' IKI, u en 1 told )OU it wiia i sieved torn ae be wee i l je bee ion a id tint vjiieii it w 3 lemoved we s lould )c brotgla lo lice vitl all lint section il tbiit bus intervened, I told vou hit it wiia i ire cd com v Inch uo nin should to ich vu h hi ungti, it wi a join teply i Ihit it w t-, a mei a ol mote nothing nl thititeoiiltl )e ivvept iw tv L) the sime mijoritv tu L pished it I h it s ti ue n pon t of I ict uid i ne in point ef lav, b it it bliowed th veitiiebSCa Of CUlIlp 0 lllaca a 1, I Olll) SpC ik 101 n icli, mil I aiv tl il, in v ew ol the imiiuci n ulnc'i oil er coinpi hue heiLlolori, ahould biiull) tin I tv o ol tbe uemocmlie pul) would lojl on e icli ot IPI in the ice uid si) 'conipioinib w liout i sun e [La ighlc j V ump oinii Lo he biou0ut ibou In let oi Her tl e cnce we huv 3 hid, la ibso'ute v iiJtculoua But w h it I uve vv o to compromise Sir, am one o InoaC w 10 v ent forth with ieil to ma nl u i the p inciakb ol the gicat re youi piedominancc and il )0u nous wil ling lo do justice 1" otheis as toexict it i OM them, )ou would ntvei aise nn infill ry n to u committee for compromisej I beg, baiel) loi to one thi more JUany of )ou stand in an altitude hostile to the is to )0ti occi py in attitude whcio jou tbrruicn ih it, nnlns we do so ludiJ, )ou will go out of tbia Oi ion 11 d dcbtio) the goveiu ment I siv lo thnt, in ni) private eapieiu 1 nevei vieldcd to an) thing Ly wai of threat, uncl in my public capacitj I have no light to yield iny such thing anil thereloio I woulii not entertain i propoaition for auy compiomiso, foi, in my j lug nei t, this long, cot trover "y that b existed b tneen us must be met, and met upon tie pnnciplci ol tbe consti- tution and Ihe lavvs, i nd me now I hope I it m i) be adjusted o the silisfiction or I nil, aud I know no other way to adjust it except wav which 1 nd down in tbe constitution of the United SUtrs When ever we go astray from that, wo aie sure to pk nge ourselves into difhcullies The old constitution of the Uuitcd States, iltbough commonl) and frequently m dnect opposi t o i to what I con d wish, ncxeitheleas, in in) judgment H the wisest and con slitu ion th it ever jel oiginjied a free en uieiu and b) its piovisiona I am wil and intend, to stand or fall Like the bet a o from Mississippi, I ask nothing moic 1 ask no engrafting upon it Un der Us pionsions a nation his grown fast ei than any other n the of the tvo-'d erer did before, m in powei, and in all that makes a nation great and glono is It has ministered to the id v inUges of tl is people, and now I am un willing to add to or take away anything till J car see much clearer 'ban J cm now that it wante either any addition jr lopping olV There is oue other subject about which I ought to say so uellnng On that side of tbe chamber, yon I inn const tutioual light if I )ou, to secede rrom the government nt pleasure flucl act up an alverse govcrumentof own, that one oi au) number of st Ues, jave a pel ftct co lati utiOT il r o do it Sir, lean find no win i it tu the coisti utio i for an? doctrine like tbit In m) judgment it would be sub eraivo of all consntutionil ohbgition 1 1 13 so, we really b ivo not now nn 1 nevei have bid, a govein me it loi tbit cirtni il) la no gouiiircnl or whii.li a sti e cm c o juat 13 u pletaes, n) i lore than it -ould be of un iiidmdual blow cm a man be sa d lo n governed bv law, it he v ill obev tie law or not, is ho sees "vt1 U put-> oi t oi tbo pile ol government, ind icduecs this I ji o i of 0 ol winch we hnvt uil bj uteil much, to i meto co iglomci it o i ot st ites, 'o be held at t ie v ill oi ni) cip.icitiib meinbei of it As to Soi tl t irolmii, I il ill) th it is tainli stitc nd pubrbh i she were sunk bv an earlhqn would haitll) ever ind it ou1, except b) the unwonted bariLoii) tint might ul n th s cbambei [Lau'liter] But I think slm is umuaC I be illing iiml she ahoild go hci own jru piovuled we could do it without in exiunpl. i nl to nil gov einneiit, but atani'mi; hero i i me highcat council of the nation, m, uvv i wiabes, li I hui nubt bo mdei the rontiol of un constitutional duty 1 do not sen ho v am nun cin toiiieud tint a st ito C11 LO oet ol thia Lnion it p easuie, th Ji I do i ot p Oai now o 1 g e that (jucatioii bcciine tint his bc  bolule rifht ol in the coiHtittuio t of the United States when west pped tip tl to t our oilh cf ofiec, u., w u tlieie not in cxcep ion in th itoitb )i did it i ot run thnt we would support the coistitn ion ol the L.i ted States unlesa our occedc bero c oui teim wasoui' j bir, tbeit. is no such immuuil) Ihere is no wa) b) w nch this e ir be dune tint 1 en conceive ot Cvcoplil s ih' upon the coiutiutioii 01 the tinted StnlCb, de imiiciug cijual jiKtuc foi nil, ind viuditi never cease to wave tl.o intcguty tf this Union nb it u. }Jut il ihcv will nuu liavo it bo, in tins uevv, rcnovateil goveri ment of which 1 have spoken, the founh of with all lU glorious mcmoiics, will never be leneiled Tlie old (lag of IJTf. will be in our bauds, and shall float ovir this nation forever ami this capitol, tin itome goullcmen said ivouM be reaanod for the southcin republic, shall still be thc- capitol It was laid out br Washington, it Hns consecrated by Inm and (be o'd flap that be vindicated HI the levolution snail still float from the Capitol (Applai.se in the galleries The Presiding ORicer The sergeant at iirms will take proper meisurcs to preserve 01 Jer 111 (lie giiLrv, ot clear it Mr I h u, sir I stai d bj tbe Un ion of these st-xtca W .abington and bis r-ompalnots foiigii for tliat good old (lag. It shill nevei ba hauled down, but shall fa Ihe gloiy of the govciiiment to I be- ong, as long as ni) life shall continue I o maintain it, Washington and Ins com pituou fought for liberty and the rights of in in. And here I will add that mv otvn nther, although but a bumble boldicr ought in_the sane gnit cause, and went Iirough hnrdbhips and p-ivations seven" fold worse tl an death, in Older to bequeath t to Ins children H is my inheritance _ It was mj protector >n aud the Hide and glor) of ni) riper jeTa, inu, ilr President, aUbough it miy be issailcd Jv traitors on ever) ude, yet by the grace of God, uuder its shadow "I will die. Meeting a s-orm. L [Sco en' Ilocha: 111 a 1-wt Prociuniation OALE cnmo uj) from the eon wott, 'T Uorcc November vvcaibcr, But tlit ship Ji-ui ftlt such a storm be'cre, And lur iilaiiks edit hold toguh r An 1 Him thonelitlo lowllug tciniutttlioncl NoBigna of dmiSiutfoii Tht W t U trust our sl AA 1 ililio'ni lln IK n Ulup'i.ur J I'ulCij] win tiokl n _ 111 cm i t lLa) lipppen that yon can muko voui vvi) out of tbo LIIIOII, ind that b; levjmg war upoi the govern nent, niM to inciej ciiucnct J1 vou hhouhl do so 1 li-vc a pohcv in niv mind No man would rcpei mo'C tjan myse I thit aii) poitiou of the peopli- of these T n cltiutea abo lid think imi ellLi' bv or anvt' ing cl c to demrt out ol thia Lnion, and ai i eicii fl-g and i bind nginsl Ihe ,reiit.iil It there wia my on Goa a eaith that 1 could aec t i, v u wilhin niv leich of lo e 11 icc-slaid ll ,.re ia mi r un conccrninp "ie ac'u, i o17 the Bank er-, the c v> oM c ...Iniq, ei biius fhecoll 'or addniunU s. cui.ti, Uiillicud. ife bu g to g m t tbe bMih, iun tl upon vht. vn gco w.tio is iU re lo illor-i'ic tor oiet, ,r e-i coupoisf illi igdue on the (KSI iircxi'mf nd ipnh the nout 'hisobt i i.ii 'neiic e u v tluu 11 I ion k_v i e on the .0''. of lebuaiv fell ID oip -jn- u 01 the intiu )i i L of (Letrdefut If U c ibove terms J eompKd v tl, tbcu ibe banks aie to w '11 e ml JUtL ,o up (Le oal ,c ]f, on t iv Oo lot Mill e terms .he co ditv bouui, [iroc-ed'o   

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