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   Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1860, Waupun, Wisconsin                               HAITI; S TIMES, Republican Newspaper, D.foti.l l.'ii.nl Vvv., in.l ii'ii-n I. .Ill i ll" n l'..litli.tl ni.l U.-l nil it  M i'A K Y to Ht.iti-, Hint i N s n A N Vru I'I'K t tti.it II' III! I 1 K Iv, un I noi-xtll Il.l7-il ll.l ill >mr Pt.it I Mutuil I'lui. AND ALL POINTS EAST and SOUTH. Cnicngo I orth Western Hallway, i iinc, t' .'n. l II ri rue I f .t u nrl ion with i m Vt'aUJiHH, At, I i i   tne Union now a.s ihey were in the b.v goiij .Itivs llioir ruiiki wote full, am: SPEECH OF I'ON, WH. V. S4WARD, IK-llverl'il III Ilii; U frit SOlh. l iroin I c Y 'U say that tlie party i" while thev sanction n. Hut surely you canh-iidU Kcdo'i'l rmneiit or the liy .ind Js the Uemociutic mini Is ii easier for us be.ir until Mviiy thin for you to bear misi Is it iiine.isoniible thiit for once we lioiild aiteiuatc ljul is tho Republican )intj .sc'ctiomil Not unless the Demo t-i'iiuo tuiny The Iteimhl'ujii panj in the House of sometimes; t! o Uninoci.-uic Duty in the nine always. of the two is the sl prosoiipiive? if you wil1, into the I'Voe Suites; into theSi.ite of New Voik, anywhere Jioiii lirits to SriLj bor, ni) neighbors i.i th Owa-co IP} hold v.'iir eonventioii-, nominate your candidates, ,-iddiess the people, .sub nut to them, fully, earnestly, elmpiently, all your complaints itlid i.'rievance.s of Noi I hern di-Ioyalty, oppression, v nothing back, .speak just as freely and ndly us jou do heie expect the Kcdo'i'l rnmont or th.i'nf political pmtte.s of the na'ion to maintain it censorship of tho pro.-s or of debute The theory of our system is, fhut ofopm ton may in all C.IMM safely lie tole'ated vvliern re.i.son in lefi fiee lo combat it Wiil ii be claimed Unit moiuof in niuta'itut mid tendeine-s in debute are   pr niounced bv -.wil Is tilt Otllv to b> pr iiioilnced I one bv which liee tbni) our cm be m -inywlici." and me us v t which i- in .viili the -p.i it of the Chi is i-in i a-. C minion not, on tneir chulli'iitru to the comb.it was the cry ot victory. Hut if it o hv-rwi-f.., sooner kn iVeiiiliU't'tiCoUntry miK .stand on gmwnd tluii ihe only! the Ameni-an people will suvam no bar'Moiii lib it is not of m.'iKlnijf a siici.tict H'IUIOU. ot Us ambiiion on ih i altar of the COUIUM then the world wi'l v that tivory party nil lin Hi tin- ur -ide, exceed h'lv'iH and ex implo lulfert-on Di. Piice, an iinehsli nan, ionoeni'in.i; his M cause on cmancipa lion in America, in this fashion 11 rfuir hwr.iid of the Chesapeake, your nook will lind but few renders c mcurri NVlu'o i_'.-nor.'US an 1 o'ni i itldo imlu C-> will prn md lii-s bihly cone di tint J ih-i Unuvn "ii ciriie-.! tri'itilv nir.iiiu 'tl-i C all 140, d will neveilh that lln- a'trnipl to exi'ente :m unlawful purpn-e in with it in sentiment on thu subject very. Frmn the mouth to thu head the Chosapi ako, the bulk of tho puop will approve it in theory, and it will find respectful minoiity ready tn adopt it ri bi' illusion iiiMilxint; w ir. 'li.u, niilinug'i .1 piiitv may haie never M niiK'ti ot pre.'-Uiio, and never such tradition- .1 let, it n bu liiokii ofloialty ilia Union v.i itaaes will be unavulin.r; and thet ihroilifll .nn pl> judicus, the ICuj vibiiu.ni irac ice; a minority which for vTorth of ch.ir.ictfir, proponderatus ng.i ho greater number who havo not tho courage to divest their families of a ptop- crty which, however, keeps their Northwaid of the (Jlies-ip.i.ike oU irniv And here and there an opponent! th lo your doctrine, as you miiy lii'd here, nnd there n robber or a but in n.> number." "This (.Virginia) is the next. State to which we may I.IIQ our eyes for ihe inteie-'int; spect.iclc of justice in conflict vvit'i avmioc and when; ilie s icre.l w-is an act of sedn..... and tieas-m, aridjiS in ihe I JStates, yet even them ii criminul to just the extent th.il, it alf.-c'edi will ndvHuuv iiko an army bin ii.-r- tho public nnd vvus tlostru.-tiv.- to winnmj ill- Inv of iho vvho-e people, ami hum in hippuit's- and hunnn ll is il be iv im-d with iho n.i Mild ronh pmnl'iil reflec'ion that, .if'er s an buniiiot'iit 114 of -u i evv illu-ti.iti ns in Iv.nsii- a i'l V.r in of the c xis'ence un "it; n- of .1 c a nnd j pei'tenco of ih as we ot men d tn en'orc" ihoi1 win d, (Ji.iv.in'.: a' ]je not, What you have will- deal of tjnnd and could our welfare, "per.ro -is I H'eiilru pi i ci il bv e II ll tn'O I f r tne fun he iilM-iri.i.'ii, bv their pun -n nen1, o, ih it ijiittt mo'.d tiiiih. esp ci d y a plu-a bin in a r'.nib iu, lii it ill-v i t ilv.t iu ihe sword a-n v. ap n of u t it sh peri-ll by ihe sw.id. In I lie Liner ci-e ihe lallli'nU'd den lis of s-) ninny cl'iz-n- sl iin trom im iimbn-h and by la imntiible hei'iiust: ih'-v daily new lecruils from tin influx in'o t-flico of younir men, giown and growintj up then, di-c .umcced. ten will do a you .still trouble ynurself i no nun ia mure able to help the laboring; ,tde You see, Sir, that whether wo po for 01 iirjain.stsl.ivery anywhere, wu must follow Southern You in iy ch.injje youri pilots with the Windsor cnrreits; but we, -cciintirs for hie and lioeity, VT is conn wen with (Hit theii .igency, in far iji.stiint. tiru-s the duatlis t'VtMi of the ill-'m-OiV.--, iry ami just deln.un. whicli b inrlnrj ilnsir judgments thu tejl n iturt- of their ciiminal etnerpri-e the nl.iim and 0 nistor nation n.iluraliv aw.iUencd thr- o it tho c.-iiriirv, exciii iir tor moiii n tho that our ivh ik- -v -te.ii. wi h .ill IN the mom mnocetit t us (it a kind pui ible, although they acted under ynll for snpp that tKL'ro cqu.dity now, md wo sh you, if jou will oiiiv LMVC heed, that xvhat our .sy.slem of l.i'mr vvijiks out, wherever it works t is the oqiiah y of men. The luhoiet in the !i'-e States, no imitler how humble his occupation, is white man. .md ho is politically theicjuiil of his em plover. Eighteen of ininlnrty three iSt.ite- c tiee labor S utcs. Theie thev Mile, New llampshiin, Mas-auhnset's, Vermont, llliode lahmd, Connecticut, New York, New Jci.sey, J'enn.sy Ivanin, Oht Mn'hiyan, llluioib, Intiiana, Wiscnnm Minnes.it i, Iowa, California and Oregon I Uo not air.iy them in conti.ist with the e ipilal .V.iitcs. I am no a-siilanl of States. All t-t' tho Slates 111.1 mcels of my own ry "-the In st of tncm not .so wi-e Mid .is I urn Mliu II will laieatler be; th. liie least deieloped an.l peihcti'd an 01 g tin n all wiser and betiei than any t'oieii_'i. -late 1 know Is u then m any, nnd in vih.ch, ol the S'.ites 1 have named linn otlei.ds tile white iii.in'- ihe wnh; woil.l, iho iStaie when) coi'S md casln me so utii'-ily tb they me in t'acli nnd e> erv one of ibeni? the Kiirnpe.in e-m.fi.mt, who Aim-mi as it his --kin n I'oli lind him alums in the Mivi.- wlieie Inbnr is ever tne. .Jittutsun and llinrj, when ihev imp) u lo MS.IPIII and IliC one We havo adopud piop.-e to sink dyvn 10 tne levil ot the Afnctin, m as ll their dt.-iie to csalt all white men lo .1 (.uii'i.ion pi'Inaal ilevniiou. IJut we dv) tut soi-lv to f >rce, or oven to our system on vuu. We an nativity, reckoned under the North to a i fe.-ir nun St.i-, has rendeied u> soiiievvhnt super-ti ti >us, m'ist be excused fir c.mstanu" in following ilie guidaneuof ihoso who funned ihu naluinal ship and g.ive us thoclurt toi Us noblu A pror'ound lespoct and friendly f.r the Vice Pie.-ident of ihe United St.itrs induced me lo ti'stimony he has "ivcn on caiefully tin the snbjei'i o tlie m .re en V r an-' i b iho hoHtiliiy animal thoS'-oth imim el t> the Kepub'L'iin paiiy, as derive! fr.i'ii thei ii'lutinns of liie of ilio parti, sut this capital. II-) s.iy ilrit he lias tH'eii heiu in thu representatives f th lower iSi'lilhetn Stutes n, most resolute timl i-arnosi spirit of to ihe K-'piibh can patlv thai he peiceives a .sjns ble of lh.it spnit if broilierliood mid thai fe. I init of loy.uty, together with ilia' I ivo for i Common cmnt'V, which are at la-l Ih.' surest cetnerl of 'he IL i .n; so ill-it, in the pie-ont unhuppy coudi l n of alTur-, he is ii'mo-t templed to im, that wo IIM- VIIIL' week by -k, and m .nth bv hi bee msu continu new- clumcr.is to wnuh the iiicii I vi nt lent n-i air of pi -hab i iv siua'i tht 3e c instilut'-d .1 -inn f pub ic mi- ivl.ieh "lU'lit to h iv ,i.mbi.I nupeii t- t it s m c i-e -it l he 'vi clu: nnd l'io N ol d n -_'i i p. ii. s n .w i he origin .1 u-'O's w.-r -Tvil.h t 1 vv 1 li) TI tihei 1 ivi i I e I vv'io lo pi >lo u lii vvi le i tlio pain v: .ll-li.-ss lite i, i' o to d ec t he in i tt ii >v i -i n mi I n; in1-t p oties --s e i.il y i npiifiy of npatliy vv.ili ih .lence tin.I supp.nt, when it shall fomi'l bu mil) that tleteiiils auU miimum- iho m en' ny f i In Union. 1'liosu who SJeK to avtaken tha terrors o see n to mo to h ive. c iiisidcrc.l th.i conditions un.h r ieh ho to nak tlieu b.-lieve- i it a ,v. .iriiu; in V I m .11 jj es- e u d pi ietii-e Ijianny under a Con -uinl o i winch t ittiipjsis so msi'iv ch ek- i- our-.'1 Yet ih.it ivianny inu-i not nil pi ictioed, IHIL m isl bj intolerable, at leie must no i.-mainint.r hope for con s Hull mil libui liefne t lU'lble leal-'anee c in U >d m'vitinil 11 st'i v.l vm unv-1-hero. Tne- of U me.! otatCs, iu coulor uiiy wttti the Co'isniu i n. aie the inb.inal to liy and detenu n .1 1 p .1 tic.vl i.-.-u.-a. i'ney are comp ten ui le l lie issues of to day as th y nave been heielolore to decide the 1 S ie-  for every recrnit. jou c-in Oo the I miks tqutllj of the St. vv onco und of ihe Ri Gr.ind, os'tlit A lantie nnd F on the shorw' >f ihe Onlf of Mexico nnd iu the of the Roeky M mains, auioiig the men on thu ot Newt'. tKti weavers and -pinner-, o, M i-suc'iusettji. vevr YorV.the m o r- ut j -vivai.ia, 1'ikeV Pt-uk r.iid t'aP. rnia, wht-st-ni-oW'Ta of Indiana, tlie cotton mid ttie.siiga. the M he Volunijiy citizetit trom every ollivr ami iit.t ies- tha i the I'.ilne born, .Jhrsttan nnd the Jew, auionj the 1'i'Jimnm >n the prai'it'-, ihe c..inuuiaoi Us M-.rm n the Desert, the A trie ins fiee, ths Afri- can-'in b.mdHue, the inmates ot md .ilni--hotise, nnd even the crimiunli in peiiitetiiuiii 3, retiearse thrf of yoif and llitir own never so elrquelitly i-ul never so mournfully, and uppeiil to' llem to risu They ask vou, "It tbil "Are you m..re jusr than Wi'stirdg- wiser tlun Hamilton, nmra o an J.-tRrson? nevr form vt in tne on. or of have you all Us-id ectabilsh. or even the cunning to licvistf, 'itiiit will be m.rejnst. more-ate, mure free, iiorc gen Jf. moid or mori oriim- ih.Hii And bv mitplo merroealories vou vi.ll be M.euCv.il nuil confoumied. .Mr I're.-idetit, vrc are perpetuu'lj for- ibis subtle -md compi. ob- and natur. I, imvh.tmsmol i-u. do f. rget it, 1111111111; nr v is i! e HI I' iith lull it K vM" e how It IH v ot Hi rf, an I nunc I ns ai.d 11 aiions .so c e c. n- sl p xt .int f U it, b.l t k. e., 'la -1 d VV ut s t. is wo n' r- c> me '.rum ot men, cixstiiii ui and diversclv, w .ik- on. Ivl. )'M' I sic II dl, ol I ill su.i ienlv i li i ituili. it vvi l n .1 s' p; ,1 W.ls 111 nil. ll'K t'> >t ,1. no III iin-t on niiv v ro-. For u y t vvn rt. I l n II h .d nv.. Us a !iu--t ,i v in e was tit. n 8 11 .vs. vih n i c -i.lr.tl ,i, tie- i c i.u .1 i .d loiij H ..1 Vie st sv inn o K: I'D lii.ii.-k C', I .11-1 aud k '1 ;hl oil. II ,1 Us t.iilure i.o 111 ie f a-i nd ti ,u tli-j   u icvs i.ince in t-v-ut in all l'ie ,1 .-is lor p ib in ,n 1 u istui ity vvi ouil strn "i ny lei ;n ot L) nr.ii lib an I n ni- hi under tli it ilie liist Minn ar i 'ml ..i e I m, oiivia i Dig ilnls 't 'i.viuti to 'h- nll-ied in t s ml resi- I fe -I VTC f u cons mm its s'lvi' -ss, er toiiether; but only as the nnr.ins of eveij- parly do nnd miisl do i-i a jolitiea' svslem which U' to as pii't MIIS. while it it'.jmroo u- aiuay- tu bo patriots and htiiii'siiien. ofopiirim, even on the subject ofsi.M'-ry wi'b u- political, not. >-acml or persona d.fTen'nces. Therfl is not on, ub il ju-tij, wisely unti contenievllj or ns all. Wo are nil power a. d le-sputistbilii) unc.mscioui of any of d's- vuur c.ipild t-'ivte-i. are s-ivui j so'ution (jouifi on m aroiinc] us .i the s ibj'Ut of SliV'ei) within have never been more nev, r ui ovvn bonleis, ami we are on the smu iiithin otn bcid-rs. It is well ami 'vM-elv so Use yoiii iiulhuritv llo m iiiit.iin ivli.-it sv-ti.iii 3011 ple-isn. i, til l .ue iioiili-liiistful of the re-nit. h.iVt Wi-elv, as We tninlv, exeici-cd ouis tipro pciltct the manhood ot liie Ilio n- i t ihe The whol" H tv the Union love I tho lunif'sen'atn.- miiie i ban now e b noiiy for the people, ai. nfotllCI .vCli.'lls ,ir the t, ,ni ti'-ti iiml u.s here, who lh.it n vvt 1 -n-tni i i.if in ineeti ij il i- -.pint of the Juit n ler of in thev th.it s -i'l bo-i-t as we do ys of iho sun t o n l They erjcli'.l tivu. I'll se .U' 3 an ling now, the adni'int'.'ii of nun .vin.l. Tne l silcci'-s rs I tweniy. a 'it-; uve.i we, here, ahapcil' in.I ihrec ut thai tw.'ii.y. ainl ah n.-so i.r .ts linn a id a-i siu idl i-t ai tne II -i iluitecn; .md moie will yel 0) nc -.11} iv nen v-e shall have les'o 1 from oU .auors rf nna mil us pi'ete ;oi t n-se i.uiuns H LOiapoallu uiiterui; otii, r-ih i i.i i r- wmte in.it Our iiithei.s am) ,.ui ,.tedeCvjs-ois vl m Ilie vv.iv, ami m the same punt. ex.-caiim- -li >unl we n it all mule lii pronouncing on in, -t.t ...nin Inn tiom IIK-M- li-.ippiiliiimi.Mit a.nl at over u.-.l in his ch ice ot materials lor an) 10.v ciUinni, .-Ii-uM havo laid v lul.-ii i tnd- on iho imported mrnciurc a.i.I it it down to th-J oirth, tliero to re- ,i.ln a wu-ck, Insletid of a Clt..de! uf Id s oe.st lioj.es 1 lomam new in ihe opinion I h ive t irmly hero nml e'sew her liese hist) threats of disu no.i .iru ,o un .lalinal that they will find no t' efeculo (hem. an; ot u .e r.ice, lan- ga liberty, and I ii h; uiti.id i.i v.iried i.id'islry, Hu diver-ili-vl, bringv u- inl more inum.ite relat ons witti illior thnn any pe h.mev.r in and living under .1 to be a frt o n iiion, iiinl hivino the povvir. -h.ill ii it :d-o liav-e the c mi.iji', ion liniti in.il'v i-vi'iv r, wl e hei he b.) the -npri-nm m -ub >idm ite, ID iv pli-a-n their t.iiiC) vn.h a lid ml Us an 1 painted fifdon, lit to C b tine-, bu: aif, i'ltb.'tl ui'iU'i tvimiu -i.id soivitmle a- vv mtiiii; tn.it p iw T, w- ieh i- Ihe r .o .uivl s mice ol all 111) -r Y. to di-p >sf of ami lo i l.iied i; .vuimueiil, m tun i ne 1 ec in the bind G id lint fiven tlieni, as moniber- of la-nilv u: then ivvn honif and free n.h utilise With winrh n-iunal and es t-nlial p.i'vir of a tieo ll ill th bea i ig then, he'll-. c.in, m dnuestetiii be .1 n.ib'ttti tii in .nnl bun in y; ill., ti'i.irn an.i 01 'tip-in >n i.f -in -ih.-r in iierllin lord, who-o ei l! nenl, t'iO'1" i ..p. I'.-c ly i t m t v iid c 11 i- f ind i I K Will III 111 Ml shlll we now ise to hultl s etermil piacc in the lioiv. ns. 1 do Hot to .hia purely lli..11411 m-j-stic, vvs i-.u always xvorkina "ii uniltei'ded )y tlivt proseiic.) aiid ex-iibition o- tiitiitiLti unipor .imi hum m p.is-ion-. Tlmt Would .ie to to tnj-iy md blesaii g, wiihout i cire.M.J wntoli- ion iinlni-nt. r i are the .U-i-iplmo tins AIIVT c HI eitizo'i, and hr niro Iniiseif to it. U'hen, as now. policy upon the Us dollb s e n.llr n d by Is h itills und strenjrtheiicd bv personnl mcre-ts and nmbiie.us, i- ose up-n 11- from ni points ot the il comp-is-: vre see and tne-i only hnz >j, iin-l doubtful and lun.il--us i-iitli seems lo be unj. r our tViv-t, ,md ihu pd'.ns of the labile that proleclS us, to be iiombUiii; b.file our eves. But iho appointed end ot nil this .-imitation comes MI lust, .md stas.u umul.'s of lie ps.' nle councy i-comt-s calm uiiee more; and then hat only our senses litvo been disturbed .imi th it they halo beir.iyid us. The iiith in fir.n us it I VT ays before, and vvondci'ul struci'iie. lor Mitcty we have feared s> anxiou-lv, now more firmly li.vil Hum ever, sti.1 stands unaiyve-J, .lUiiniT, :md imm< Th" ilt It ...ii 'III V. lllK.l VllK ;1 it.-.,  V'e It one j >lnt ll vMir ledeii-.l liame Is binilten, while tl !s c< ua n ili.it a part lii-sevtivd musl peii-h I.HI in iy as Vou pleauu anioii iliuctuiti ihe gfveiniiient, and tne thai int i, in the vtiry c -litre where thu b ill ot lisiini -n mii-vt fall fust, ami be t'-ir fnl iu its off'Cts. seem never le-s distinb- 1 limn now. bear the same l.-tiin .ny I'nr all ilie Di'tnct- and Slates we m Tho t.oople of the N 'fth a'6 not em-mi (lot P O S. C. STOODARO. K I It I liit-i'. till no TO M'l' NEW MSA 10 MV. t'.-ul ov t Ihe !s.t.ilo i MTKVprpd i-otici-llis between lis by unmistakable! sml Ivelhren of You 'iiivo y nir liltv.cn and tiuu MS in the d.iys when death ile.ilt his arruw- promiscuously them on common battlefields of freed mi. will sutTi-r ourselves hetc t .vn ,v. vti s MARKET i y v ,ir'.. of Mi.U. II. I Ci.., V. i i N I. M I n n. '4oi rt. .1 Mil Lot Tin' i -I, hnii m tin' I tni.ii ther room, I iin d it h-' li.-.d j in his will. He ad-leii n colu-ilf 'iis enipl .yei" to his son i their employment as bis in Ho returned to 'h'j room, ve 1 u 111 b 'j. nil b to r.iro li and that c.mnot nmonalv tbil m pro.'okt) reta'idlioti, is an ist be traced to c-a-inli ti', n e .if 1 i.t inii'iit, anil M.U -t it-1-on ible t'tend your as the equivalent Jexeitonient, which c-iunot perpulu.iteulie'iu t! i IjIBI.u V. C te'il in poWi ur nt povv i ow ,01 1 forever If the ih ican nty n. lini.uns 'I J-il MI, w li i anil w i it i-iiit v is S i ill n v lib the ui' Nil s and id is m i an 1 K low-lit i I) j vv.ii be nelpi jjuiT.; h vtb.n it, sba.l iicv-eji jb-caiisjlin b i ly I'i I -I >-n. srrt- M inkin I hue a nvuril a 10 tl.-vt h-- I.a 1 iO'; it tile bv.l a insLinc ii-id a n.rural c-ipioiiy for h j ni'iutes i, .r .i-el in it s i.o >-f tha iveiinmni; a when, H- lieiv.-, they .ne! i-ttenda-its had I.-IA n .1 ai iy. S >u 1 bv culm e, tli.-v vvil, i--ip .r c i no on h.m ove mil-lit, an I no o ir C) i. Sed till pi, v loii- ineii, -djptetl i t BOlt-J i Ki Mi ili tor ot our own. cintiol, indeed, accept .-.ui-iiyv.- fn-'vour sy-ttim or capita! or Us oilncs. That j would bo to surrender and subvert our own, whii'h we esiccm to b-> betti-r. 1-icsidcs, X t'TI.V. lit we could, what need 'or anv division in- lion. the U-- A canvnss for a PrcsiJcnlnl election, inlothor. 1 some respocls more important, nny since 1800, has recently The House of Ilepresomauves was to be nr'_Mniz i in It. 11 mu-t av III" I-S I'll' 1 in i i ho" not Cirucral Hanking SELL EXCHANGE I'll ilio j.in i i .t.. .'I :lu t aito t M ,i 1 in.if. Sti-rliiif; and Conliuental D-aft.3 Tin A Krpil IK Scnlini'lj .1 .1 IjJ loll l M vs. .1 w.cilj Stntes at nil.2 You arn oqu.illj led be sv majority, wh'le no could c-ist fv ,1- I "itv to reject our svstem and Ha more than a plur.ihty of votes. The glo The cffet W 25 n ted. nati In s.imt r.iuu'.l.ii FI1 v -ol K i r "Ul'l.I..- IV B olii AM> SJO, I IK Mt.-l'ln-" l-r-i Oil o .ricnl i r. vi-l.t Tickets from Groat Britain l It i L .1111. in 11-1 i n n ,t 1.11-1 !i >ll I v tit i, 111 vulli i" VV I l i.l l'iri-- .V 1...11. 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It c-i taiiily t, m e.l in- of m.hions of 11U" A u parties wore pe.icefullv, law fully, and con mure th m this to see.ro the suei..-s of tlie j m in binding ty tn-ir uti c 1 .ns >v S'iliitiotvilly, Ihou-rli lUpublican If. indeed, the ambi i >n-, mi ta-tr best lrv tho crcnl naiiouiil issue b-rwocn free I ibo. tin- Co ne the De u .ci.it c p ,n> tr.tist the hu'h an-t t.io lovr, t.i.. nca ami f f _N h s x- ,m capital latx.r for the Territories to it- ml by terror, m-tend ot rn jtl'o poor, th.iwi.e nn I unwise, proper solution, through the trials of tb.- O'liiCtidei pub 10 co-itidenc-, then ills quite i learned and the unUUured, even the .a j be nioie wi.-ti thin to conduct it with iho various .iiutnal toleriition nnd a fraternal spirit, uomplam tlist Kepti'i'lteais ep-irlinonts of the G-iverti-1 rower too soon 1 the unUUured, ihat it Ciitrioi d s nis-ed Fni.iij.in J the bid. to ivern nent, on that od ous Ihe and the onlv s-uoh boldJv aud directly, when they express the ihe itb.tha.' f K ment a band of oxcopliomil men, c.m it o mid not I either e.-sled. eq i.il h-.-td alvvavs, I- Uinptiious equa'ly of that .n'bonSvitnln.n or But I sh.tll tli.'ir wjiiu. their v-.tsi.c-, a-i.l tnt-ir sji-J. and of the parties U> tho aivl'i.ot bt-li.nc th tbeir belief tbit the of the coastituttouil cr.itc in this p irty will con itjr, >.t inn-.; spp'Ststo tiio.n all, '.n P- yes-, or io ill" i i. i.- J V- Sll. v s the ii-st p of i f :i, r-r< r-maf i   

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