Biddeford Union And Eastern Journal in Biddeford, Maine
9 Nov 1855

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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - November 9, 1855, Biddeford, MaineLouis 0. Cowan editor and proprietor. " eternal hostility to every form of oppression Over the mind or body of . Biddeford Maine Friday november 9, 1855 volume 45. Union and Eastern journal. To i Nina ukr of. Mrm a Broil p by a us Mew ii twi 1 00 or annul i a h if Ltd to them at Mth Raaum bum f it Rob Mac. Soufl Roplo 4 a a. To t. Ii. I to Abr item be paper act Lealjr to nah real i i f thl Pap a in Ike Elim of it Turk and Itilla Despau ill ital or rat Rel k i and Tartu i Enta Ami us a it Pylon ii the Stu no m Raj Uirt Hyu. Ii it or try Tribune Biumi Obj. Imam Vii ukr t W. Turner third and Cut Toul tire. T. A arc s Watson i r in tar. 101 Sale four Hundred House lots. And other valuable real estate the following Lim him Hinl Ballar comp Ria in i i us Lull time Oiler property eligible to inc Village. Of Sago and hider lord Wilt t r Sikl by proprietor at Pri. A and on icon. Brable to Puzicha Row. The Homo Lola a us 100 a no Inhar arc principally Ali Elrd in so Between Iii Kai Ruxi la pm us lit i Ford and Ujj porn him of Ihei above who Muir i Laud a portion Bra us in a no Mil i Lio ill Liv air of Havine . In Rilliar Gaco r my being within in Ini Nule walk of main a reel and i Epperle. ,ir.-, Jaco Uii j live i Mulea walk of the a Rhirie i in i and i slim Mill of the Livonia. I i Orfall and water Power corporation. Of i id. Lord. A Aub a Julial Underco of t Loui and 4v incl Wida a Olifur i n Ramie pier and with Side walk Liaa urn Iki Iii to Road the Saco Tiller thu con celing the lot. With itt ddts Ord and plating item will in Irve minute Wulk of 9imlh Cor Ner. From tin a Street a a Rudd to Llie Kail Roud cry Suik on a dlr a reel which i will be it Ornjel to it my on soul other Mereu Timve been Aid out extending along i to margin of the sat o i if and to Quier Street. The new Road re gently out by Abr county Cunill Aloarn Rilen Pmj into the i entry Frt Hii , will Uin re of with m irked in 1, which p i a a run the above Drar Riboud bin lip in Hidde. Ford. Besides the kit be ton mentioned in proprietor. Haf ii do in or More House lot. Lor de on Spring , contiguous to the in dec. And Wilhau two in Ricile. Walk of the work Hopa and null on who in i. Uliey will a i us in its of Milo live Norv h. May a Waard a travel of land a j in intr shul who a i. Faer de for Hoo my i Ina i i Oitim Tot 41 warm an i i on i lie Vot Ern ule of a Ini Sroul and run. Lite ii leu a d. I in Lin Erik Iii that read Wilheln a Tew rut i of the ii.u-0 will a liven All lit old i y i he proprietors a ii. Hud. Saco d. K s Jimh Lite Long to Arphena a Thwin and or use ikirne., n Liua a ii. William i. New ill m in , x. 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Or of n., Urrih Mae about Alt fibr a film we. Amail by , or. J. Lid i Antl a. Maly 15 farm Tor kale. Tiik Liiri Malili d in of on Iho Kiver Kad. Two mile from la vill in of Anil Umi Ilyf int. Rraci Iii Lar in Ali c. Sti Uip Auu Kivi Aej the Coti Aiala of ii Mii Luu acre about t w Uty Iive a which i e ice Lieut interval Ami tie i Miami it an a a met of which to Wool it to i Thiim hut i at Mainii of a Gimel two Loryll i a a Lum Lorav by Advt uly Ami Iro Joul i a Uin Art in Tukaj it l a Uear ilk by timing. Oti water i brought dim Liy into he to i a. T to Itawi Vuk ii l Bay ill ? a it in 4 i to 31 Ion the character of the Anil an to by Ivinia proper in to in Quirt of Doii Ivi stir Ipaola Luis tool or on the of use Ham Sjuk 20, ism. 3stf rubbers rubbers men s rubber boots rubber shoes rubber sandals one Ami Thuv straps ladies Long rubber Bool and shoes misses Long rubber b ots and shoe boy s rubber boots Anil shoes. For Sale at b. K. Ross & co s. Liberty Santt oct. Lesil Bidet okd. Feisst pkg Tiptn . A 6, Central Block Biddeford Pluf plan la a Ula Itlie a my m us in i al own Jimial it tidier Iii a Htam a at an guar 4ca la Ihk Cuil iter or a of cargo Vul a my e. H. Mckenney 1ddvosd. Notice. H ukr nor talk Lejla cock a Sta rift my w a awl hah. Thl to w thin Alt i i la a Thona tru Ian Kwan a mat a i Luis l�7 no pc Bra of bar dior acting Tea Lata. Chick. An a oct. X. 1iu ii Orr h0ei0 Jon by John 11am at Bis twp on if att Nhul Delong. . The " mystery of t unit. Of a Large portion of the Nom Cracy of new York with the Republican pall i has been the Means of Iii Clu Iii Motif of the secret iniquities of democracy. In a letter accepting the Republican Nomin Caiiou col. Mann has thrown Tome Light a on the reasons for his becoming an anti administration Man. He dates the cause Back to tar a the three million demanded for the Pic have of Texas. He says i fear that Many have forgotten or have never known the history of the transaction by which the Radical a Moc racy were sold to slavery. It is time Tull they should rec oiled and be informed truly. It was no Ecret and a communicated to my by or Nuutti Atiat proviso was proposed As a condition and amendment providing that slavery hold not extent to any territory that m get to acquired by the expenditure or by the expected treaty. Thi raised the ones to i Between Freedom and slavery Between free territory and slave territory. Tho administration led 0 1 by or. Polk United against free on. Ambitious and powerful auxiliaries in the i Senate from Tho North a Cre appealed to successfully in Tho Emer Jency. The mouse of lit present natives stood a firmly at , but n few of it members of n Jave away under Thi debilitating in Fine Nee of Patina a still not enough to a the Bill. The Aili Ninis ration was re ceding in popular favor and reduced to extremities. The Cabinet were alarmed. The heroes of Mexico were already Candi dates for the presidency. Tho throne trem bled. In this exigency or. Buchanan was in incest to make a personal Appeal to his Democrat in Fri Erwis representing his state to a Jive up the proviso of Freedom a id pledged Hua Acif to the fam a hey expected to exp once from their con i tents. This was Tho origin of hit Ccle tasted leter in hostility to the proviso and of tally worked out the misfortune of Gen eral Cass in his us a sequent Nicholson let Ter from which he Lias never recovered. Tho Appeal was successful and Tho Bill passed. The Freedom of he territories was thus sold to slavery for three i Lions which in this ag., is Only equivalent to thirty pieces for treachery in an Early and More important transaction. From thence orders went Forth to insert a new article in the Creed of the american democracy declaring slavery on j of its constituent parts. Herein lies Tho Why both divisions of the dim Toracy always Send Forward their jul Pilaut congratulations to the South on do occasions of its triumphs in slavery a. If we Lorn our attention to the Politi Cal a ult of Litis Urmi iou of or. Polk Lari Gutrat Ion to slave pow a we see the f All other t whom or. L Olk was a litres but that he should so w to his customers in he be a trader or those whom May be doing any kind of business with that in All his transactions As Well As social relations he acknowledges the everlasting act that there can be no permanent in Keilty or Good feeling in Community who t benefits Are not reciprocal unpaid la Tui. When the new Poa Tagi a making it obligatory to prepay Postag on letters into operation postal ters were permitted by the department w deliver unpaid Domestic letters on the pay ment of postage by those to whom the might to addressed. This we necessary acc also time was requisite to enable the Public As veil As postmasters fully the changes that Hud been made in the Law. As sufficient time has now elapsed to Inake it certain that the Law in All its boar ing is torn Nora liar understood we hear the department have directed that on the receipt at their office in the Tuiai s of unpaid Lotters Deputy postmasters shall promptly Send them Back in the mails to the office whence they May have l Oon originally sent. Of course this direction pics not refer to foreign Lotters. Washington Star Oil. 13. The rothschilds. The a celebrated financier according to their own estimate poses $700,000,000 in personal a a Trifa of Seignior ies mines sic., which amount to at least half As much More making Over one thousand millions or an amount doable the entire valuation of new York City. How remarkable the fact that these men whose purses almost control Tho policy of he nations of Europe should to jews hould Dong to a race onco the most Noble j and favored and then Tho most despised and persecute i on Earth. The sons of Abra j Ham have been everywhere scattered Ond everywhere Down trodden but Tho past Quarter of n Century has witnessed Vust change to their advantage Anil their leading men have occupied commanding positions throughout Tho world. Tho rothschilds i Wield an influence equal to that of any of the Monarch of Europe and through that influence have accomplice i much for their j people. Vicin or As editor Timi. Trial in nov Ned violinist Llausas who has been travelling Tri Australia and the Sand wich Isla us gives to following account of Bow an a dior in Sydney values Liu Lime " a few Day afer my Arlivid i paid my visit to Tho in it editor of Sydney. At my Call i came to a place like j House do ground floor being occupied by the printing office. 0t the floor Umon other n Lve Rii Emons i Loand a Tab let informing visitors that the editor cannot to i poker with unless paid for i Vallab o Lime accordingly everybody without exception is advised to buy a ticket at the door of the waiting room one hour costing 10. Half an hour 6. Fifteen minutes 3. Suomi were the contents of this singular Price current of i House ripening pears. Facts were it Ltd by several members intelligent Cadt Ivator on Tho of ripening most Var belie of Tho Pear Ufier gathering. Austin Finney of Clarkton exhibited a dish of finely likened bait Leit Peara All of them Remar Kabo of r a very Bill taut red Cheek. He remarked that when lathered the red color of those specimens was scarcely perceptible and that it was mainly owing to maturing them in Tho dark this was confirmed by others who had observed similar results. I. Barry has found the , even when gathered before fully grown to Ripen Well in Tho dark and to acquire n flavor fully equal to that at rained by specimens gathered later. He had found shallow boxes containing not 1 More than three layers of the fruit very for this purpose. The Tempe Arturo should be 55 to co0 for i Henring the Best Quality if warmer they would mature sooner but at the expense of flavor. He regarded Tho subject As one of great importance inasmuch As the flavor or Winter pears depend still More upon the ripening process. H k. Hooker Hail found that caution was needed that the fruit does not receive a taint from the Wood of the Box or drawer in such close confinement and that open shelves would be better with out this care. Country gun Littnan. Chose the abolitionist and Dishun ions the Nebraska Pat Eia As h the habit of applying in an Opp Robiolis sense the above Lenna to the distinguished statesman just elected governor of Ohio. It is Only fair to let every Man speak Lor himself. The fallowing in an extract from a speech delivered by or. Chase at Dayton during the late Campaign. Said he you Are Lold that i am a disunion is. One kind of disunion 1 am in favor of the disunion of taxes from the shoulders of Tho people not the to disunion of a ii Groat and j Glou Oua confederacy of ours purchased 1 with the toil and cemented with the Blond of our fathers. No syllable of mine print i de or a been or can be found with what i utter in your hear ing now. The Union of the states god Prest ivc it to us and to our children child ? eur unto the latest � you Nio told thai i am an . # i 1 am an abolitionist in no Nene but Hinl in which Washington Jefferson Patrick Henry and Oiler swat men of the revolution wore abolitionist. I Havo Deleo Dej my 1 opinion on the floor of Congem by refer ence to the Laconla they left. I have said slavery a an evil Odi a they. I Havo said in 11 nut a Good of do you if it t e a Cood Ami not bail Why have we excluded it for Ever from Ohio our people desire every Rood thine but they never desired Alavern. Hut while i hold tin opinion in common with you All i have equally held that Sla very in Kentucky is something with which we and the general government Hare no right in interfere. It exist Only by slate Law and by thai Law Only can in be abolished. But while i would let slavery alone in Kentucky i in it slavery in Kentucky Hall let Fie Edoin alone in Chio. Such i the language of the Man who i accused by the pro slavery paper of being disloyal to the Ain Elican Union. Outer we Dell Holmes in n lecture at Cincinnati touched upon the War in Europe and cd Clu Leil Hia remarks with the following Beautiful lines of Hia own expos ing 1 there i weeping a he Hundred Ream by Severn and Thame Ami Trent. Awl Ever the grave of her Irani fied Brave the Queen of the sea i be in a hand of our. Speech of gov. Seward at till Republican meeting at alb it. October 12. Hail to the capital of n cd Yolk n ener Able for its Antiquity Tail Yot distinguished for it loyalty to Pray Pew Liberty and Union. This capital i dear so to. It a More than once sent m5 abroad with Honor Able functions and even in those Adverse reasons which have happened to me As they must happen to All representative men it Lias never failed to receive to at Home again with sympathy and kindness. Doubly Hon ored be the Banner of Iho tars and Stripe which Here takes on its highest significance As it Waves Over the Halls where equal rep make the Laws which regulate the lires of equal freemen. Honoured be be statute of Justie that surmount the dome la in f Ulii that Shn May not through passion or prejudice discriminate Between the Rich and to poor Tho Pio instant and the Catholic the native born an a the exotic the Freeman and him whose liberties have been Cloven Down and weighing with exact balance the rights of All classes and All races of men. Old familiar echoes Greet my ear from beneath ill be empowered roofs j Tho voices of the spen cams. Of Kent a no Van Rensselaer and Van Veci Iten of Iho genial Tompkins of Clin ton the great and the elder Clinton of Kino and Hamilton of Jat the pure and benevolent soil Urleb and Iho Gallant and inflexible. Tho very air that lingers around these Arches brings inspirations of moral Ocial and physical Coler Piso and of in conquer Ablo Freedom. Ion old Tancif Friend ask my c Luigi of who her to Clin yet longer to Traci Lional controversies and to dissolving parties or to Rie at once to nobler Aims with new and More in Ergeti associations i do not wonder at your suspense nor do i censure caution nor oven timidity. Fickleness in political associations in a weakness und pre Cip Taney in Public action in a crime. Considered by itself it is Uncort Ignatc to be obliged to separate from an old party and to Institute a new o 10. The new one tray exhibit More enthusiasm for a time but i Inu to also far a time Lack cohesion and die Cip Liuo. The names of parties Are generally arbitrary and not at All indicative of their character or purposes. A generous Man will Teveri holes cling at if it wore a family altar to a name thai has Ion. Been n rail Vin cry for himself and his compatriots. The great question before us however is to be decided not by feeling but under the counsels of reason patriotism. It a the last injunction Given by the lat Ono of the revolutionary al Ftp Alcidie of America a i always been and that it must Ever continue to to Tho cause of human nature. The question then i what is the course dictated to us by our love of country and of humanity. This nation was in Umler on Trio simple Ami practically new principle of Tho equal and inalienable rights of All men Anil there fore it Nece warily becomes a Republic. 0 her governments founded on the ancient i principle of Tho inequality of men Are by Foree fan equal necessity monarchies or aristocracies. Whenever a government of either of these kind loses by lapse of time and change of circumstances its elementary principle whether of Equality or unequal in thenceforward it takes a rapid and ii resist Hie course towards a reorganization of the opposite kind. No one Here or elsewhere is so disloyal to his country or to Mankind As to to willing to see our Republican sys tem fail. All agree that in every Case and throughout All hazards. Aristocracy must be aborted and avoided and Republican in 1 Salt unions must to defended and presorted think it not Trango nor extravagant when i say that an aristocracy has already Arisen Here and that it is already under i mining the Republic. An aristocracy could not arise in any country where there was no privileged class and no special foundation on which such a class could permanently land. On the contrary every state How Ever Republican its Constitution May he is Suro to become an aristocracy sooner or i later if it has a privileged class standing firmly on an end Reg special foundation and if that class is continually growing stronger and the unprivileged classes continually growing weaker am weaker. It is not at All essential to a privileged class hat it rests on ecclesiastical authority or even that it be distinguished by titles of Honor. It May be Eren Tho More insidious and Tho More dangerous for lacking All these things because it will be less obnoxious to j popular hostility. A privileged class has existed in this i country from an Early period of its Settle j ment. Slaveholders constitute that class. They have a special foundation on which to Aland namely personal Dominion Over slaves. I conscience and sound policy forbid All Inen alike from holding slave., Bat some citizens i disregard the injunction. Some of the states enforce the inhibition other s ate neglect or refuse to enforce it. In such of the state there Are three Hundred and fifty thousand citizens who Avail themselves of this Peru liar indulgence and these protected by the Laws Othoe states constitute a privilege Olas. They confess themselves to to such i a class when their designate the system of i slavery As a Peculiar . The spirit of the revolutionary was 1 Adverse to that privileged class. Amelia and Europe were set Oasle engaged then in prosecuting what was expected to be a speedy Complete and Universal no Lilion of african slavery. Nearly All the privileged 1 clashes admitted that slavery As a permanent i system was indefensible and favored its re Morel. Thoy asked Only what seemed by no Means unreasonable some securities against a Suldon rash and violent removal i of the evil. Under these circumstance even the most decided opponents of slavery consented to some provisions of the Federal Constitution which were inconsistent Wilt the Dern logic of Equality that pervaded the whole of the declaration of Iho american i Independence on which the Constitution i ii Wir teas based. To Aro not to conture i Ili fathers for these concessions they had a Ahri of Tho state to create and to their a if it and generous minds the voluntary re Oval of slavery by Tho action of the seven states themselves without Federal in not Only car Tail but close at Lind. Ivies a provisions of the Constitution Wcisel to. That Tho foreign slave Trade should not m abolished before 1808. 2� that any Law or regulation which Anys Ato might establish in favor of Freedom Short i not impair Tho Legal remedy then Hitup Pard to exist by common Law. Fur the re allure by Legal process in such state. Of fugitives from labor or service Csc Apiu from it1 or states. 3j. That three fifths of All slaves a Calil to to anted in settling the basis of representation the several states. Thwe three concessions which in item Selvid Scein very limited and almost harm less ire All that the fathers Conw ious Ina Dito Tho privileged class. Lit privileged clashes always know Well How i improve oven Sny indirect advantages which the Constitution or Laws of a countr afford such indirect advantages they no-1 Quirt i from two other provisions of Tho con j suit Nten. 1st. That provision which make lie site authority Independent and Sov i Ereign in municipal affairs slavery being ride stood to to purely municipal in its a lure. 21. That provision which out of ten j demos to the Small states gives them n be presentation in the sonata equal to tia of thai ingest s ate. Freedom builds grew j stated tin vary multiplies email states am j even i waifs great ones. This to Seo that Limo american slave a Ohlf fir a Clas standing on � am permanent foundation and tint they no protected in their advantages by ill or tiie Law. I m get show a Priori that a privileged chits sum re nil shod on an exceptional Prin Cilc that is wrong in it Elf and Antai onit lilo Tho fundamental principle of the government must Nee Emarilyn to dangerous if it sen � de to expand and not grandiose Lisull. Lint unhappily to Aru not left to the necessity of resorting to speculation on lha orbit act. The policy of emancipation Wane bark in ill s country tinting the reaction against revolutionary principle which necessarily attended Tho reorganization of government and i was set bad is ill More Etc Lually by Tho consternation which lid Lowd the i str Holm failure of the to by availed of Tho advantages which the Constitution n lorded to fortify them elect in Tho Federal government. The last Federal acts directed against the privileged class Wero the abolition of the foreign Slavo Trade after 1807, and Tho Otei Nal prohibition of slavery in Tho Broad and then unsettled Region which extended from the North Bank of Tho Ohio to Tho Eastern hero Oflahe Mississippi. Even Tho Passye of that ordinance was by its silence. A sum de to imply a right on Tho part of Tho privileged class to colonize with slaves the to s Aion lying South of the Ohio and eat of the i i Sippi a loosed for event have Lent the privileged c1�s advantages which Havo More than Connour balanced Iho Adverse Efi it of Chi Carlr National legislation. The invent lion of Trio Cotton Gin which easily separate Tho seeds from the Fibre a made Cotton an almost exclusive agricultural Staple in the states of Tho privileged class and an eminent commercial Staple of the whole Conn try. The National territory a necessarily been enlarged from Timo to Timo to accommodate an Over growing population Anil an 1 Ever increasing comme co. Favored by j these circumstances Tho priv Liged Cus have at the same Lime found in a Home production of slaves in Maryland and Virginia and other states a compensation for the los of the african Lavo Trado and they have not been Alith Ful in unlearning All the fears and dismiss no All Tho timidity and Concilia Tion which marked their conduct during and immediately after Tho Tho revolutionary War. The no mansion of Kentucky tonne see Mississippi and Alabama a slave hold j ing states into the Union seemed unavoidable Insomuch a they Woro the overgrowth of some of the old thirteen states and thu these new states South of the Ohio balancing the growing Rdo Stales North of that River a sort of balance was maintained Between the privilege l a ii the unprivileged classes which is a thought not Nice sary to disturb. This was the final partition of the unsettled territory of Tho United states Between Tho a classes. In 1804 Franco act cd to Iho Unicoi Stales a Broad my sketching along Iho Western tank of tha mis i Sippi from thu Bjilish j possessions on Trio North to the Spanish province on Tho South. Thin Nuqui Siori i which a equally nto Tury for the safely of the country and for the uses of comm erect Timur Ateva and constituting what it now the state of Arkansas being left by implication to slavery. Thu Compromise accepted and thin diplomacy obtained for the Sitivi legend Clas immediate and Vanlong which Broten dental to their clamor and Mission. This Compromise however Coom Hare Only the authority of a repeatable act if Congress of far no the prohibition of very North of 3cg 30 was . Wise and great men contrived extraordinary Leo fir new a Ionel purchases of Domain which might yield them further acquisitions. Spain in unable to retain longer Tho slaveholder prov inces of kist Florida and West Florida which Lay adj icon to Tho Slava states. The foil to the United states by an a i a Purchase and Tho privileged class with due Diligence procure i their Sorgini Zirion As a Santo and its admission into Tho Union. Tho Upell of territorial had alien on the United states of America and simultaneously the spoil of Diss Dupion Hud Falm on Tho United states of Mexico. The privileged class on our aide of the Border entered tons established slavery Horo in # j violation of mexican Laws detach cd that i territory from Mexico and Ornnisr-1 Nia and new Mexico Youthful c Munitic proc Ricilly free from slavery and uncorrupted by the deduction of Tho privileged class or of its Poi in 1 organs hastened to establish c institutions and apply for admission As fro states Whilo the eccentric population Odo Servet indulging latitus Dinnian principle eau Illy in matters of religion and politics prayed to to received into Tho Union As n Stutch or As a territory with or without slavery us Congro should Presori in. The privileged Cliss Remen stunt a and a seditious movement was or Iniz a in behalf of Tho is Ive holding state to overhear con Cress if possible and to Ina Gunto a Evolur Ion if their menaces a cd. You All know Well the any of that mom arable controversy. How eminent men j i old d to Tho menace without waiting for Tho revolution and projected and tendered to Tho privileged Elm it new Compromise modelled after Tho no Randy Timo honoured Compromise of 120. You nil know How firmly notwithstanding this a Section of leaders honoured and beloved the Iliou of of u preventatives and even Tho san ate repelled Tho Compromise and How firmly the unprivileged c ass of Freeman through out the Union demanded the unqualified and unconditional admission of California into the Union and refused to allot any Furt Lici territorial to Tho privileged class for the Extension of Tho system of human bondage you All Comorn ice too How in n critical hour Tho president sickened and died Ami j How Tho hearts of con Raj and of All the Puoplo two Ono i it his grave and thence for ,1" 4k i Lovisi inn successor of that lamented i Resil it Willi in Lillipuu til a pm intuition of Liis Cabinet on j committed the seals to n new one pledged Lileo himself to the adoption of Tio Compromise which tin people Hud condemned and Liow at last after n pain Fol struggle its adoption was Oft cod. I think also tint you Haw not thus soon forgotten the Tonus of that com Promise the Fourt i final and Over toiling set the Inonu of Tho conflict in Tigon Tho privileged and unprivileged class of Lii h Public Vou have not forgotten How Tho ordinance of 1787, which excluded slavery from the Regin North West of Tho Ohio was left to tand As an in Tittio too sacred to to even questioned. Mow the Missouri Compromise which extended that ordinance across the Mississippi and All Orer Kansas in Nebras bit was made at onco Tho authority Prece Dent and formula of Tho new Compromise and even declared to Lynn Irre Pauble Law forever. How California which refused to become a slave state was grudgingly udi Uit try into Tho Union As n Fra Ono. How the hateful and detestable Siivo auctions were banished from under Tho eaves of the Capi Tol Quito across to the opposite Bank of the Potomac River. And How in consideration of these magnanimous and vast concessions made by Tho Privily cd Elins it was stipulated that slavery should be continued in Tho District of Columbia is Ion As Trio privileged class should require its continuance a we Mexico with her Freo Constitution was supercilious by remanded to her native mountains Liilo without a hearing her ancient and fro territory was dismembered and its fairest Pirt terms Ferrod to Tex is with l to addition of ton millions of dollars to w in its acceptance a that Defont privilege staff. You Reid Einhor How it win solemnly stipulated that Utah und now to Ico if the Slavo holders could corrupt Thorn should come into Trio Union in duo time As Slaw holding states and term lev. How Tho privileged Clasi so highly of funded and of Aspera led were brought to accept this c Jan Protani on their put by a rec Nice nent of the then obsolete fugitive slave Law of 1703, with the addition of Trio revolting features of an at tempted suspension of the Hareas Corpus in n Solute prohibition of the trial by jury j an effective repeal of vital rules i proo Eduie and evidence und Trio substitution of of in missioner in Pho of court of Justice in derogation of the Constitution. Vou till remember How laboriously and of Cote Titus in this comp Oniso was associated with the Timo honoured forms und solemnities of the Missouri Compromise. How it was declared n it the result of Mere Ordinary legislation but a contract with Mutual equivalents by the privileged with the unprivileged Clas. und even Nam and Ible wit Liou fiery by and even treason against Trio Constitution and the Union. You nil remember How. Nitwit hounding your protests and mine it Vas urgently violently clamorous by rating a and confirmed As a full fair and final and perpetual adjustment by the two great political c men font of the Rountry. Representing the whole people of Tho United states at Ultimore in 1852 and How the Honlio and generous Scott was rejected to bring int Tho presidency one who might More safely he trusted to defend and preserve and eau Huish it forever. Never holes so freely one year had elapsed before the privileged Cuba using some of our own representative a a their Tostru menu Bunko up not Only Thi Hotuj romi4 of 1850, but even Trio Compronio of 1820, and the Ord Ninoe of 177. And obtain 1 virtually the dec lir Ilion of Jhio a that All the of fettle sent. So fir a they Wero Adverse to the privileged Clax wore Tine on Titu tonal usurpation of legs native Power. I 10 not mop 10 my Gidimin or of la to guar a Teizo the of Nogre ions. Of what us would in be to charge j perfidy when the losses w � deplore have resulted from our own Imbe Ottily a i l cowardice. I to not to melt As others an often and of justly do upon Tho int Cion usurp Vii of the Sovern Mant of Kansas by the slave hol Lor of Missouri nor on a i ? barbarous and tyrannical code which they Ham established to Mafla Freedom in that territory nor oven yet on me Nauru in Ivy Jitu i item he president with Ilia usurpers. Nor will draw into thin Pic ure already too darkly Sundel the humiliations which daily coins to your Elre in Tho conduct of your own aflavia. You Are commanded by an Law of con Are a to Sifel the be presenta of the privileged class lest Justice to denied to your old soldiers when they claim their pensions or to your labourer when they claim the performance of their con tracts with Theu overment. The president of the u. S. I reduced to the position of Deputy of the privileged class emptying the Treasury and marshalling battalions and this of War to Dragoon you into the execution of the Fng Tivo slave Law on the Ono hand Wyllo he removes governors and jul Gas at their command who nit empt to maintain lawful and constitutional resistance Azain a them in the territory of Kansas. Tho vice president of the United Stales and Tho 2fiejw/n� item Tho privileged class can a. Of. Ii tru to in every in a. A can a i in. Clary of the to or Tori and of Vii of the for Eimi relations is entrusted in either Honse to a sired supporter of that class. Protection it dental to your Wool while it l freely Giryn to the slaveholder millions of narc of the Public Domain i freely Given to Alabama for Railroad and even a gratuities while not a Dollar can he obtained to remove the Rock of Lyell Gate ind the Sands of the Over Slaugh or the bar in Lake St. Cir or in the Mouth of your Lake Harbor. Canada lying All along your Nori Cru Border must not oven be looked de upon Lent you May lust after it while million upon million Are Lavi Lud in War and diplomacy and Pread slavery Over Loui Biaua Florida Texas Mexico Cuba and Cental Ain Trica. Your Liberty of speech where i you May not without severe rebuke speak of despotism in foreign Laud lest the slave overhear you on the plantations of the privileged Clasa or the foreign de pot visit them in Retalia lion for your unavailing sympathy. The National Flag the Emblem of Universal lib erty coven cargoes of slave not Only in your own View but Liun Defiance Over them in foreign port. Judge of the United male courts Ife u u or the Protection of it of Lite american people. S Avery a not and never can be perpetual. It will to overthrown either peacefully and lawfully under Thia Constitution or it will Wirk the Auh Veralou of the Constitution to Gether with it own overthrow. Then Tho Auve Holder would perish in the a Trugolo. Tho change can now to made without Rio Lence and by the Agency of Tho ballot to. The temper of Tho nation w Juei. Liberal fir bearing. It will Contri Huu any Money and endure any a Chihoe to effect Thia treat and important change indeed it a Ball Nuda

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