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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1856, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne weekly by John Fra ulessly to advocate and defend truth and error. At Pelt volume 17. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning oct. 9, 1856. Number c. Fort Wayne times. People s ticket. Roxo Tatad at Philadelphia Sttne 18, m National nomination. For president col. John c Fremont of California. For vice i Kesh kept William l. Dayton of new Fob the state at Large. Ski meet w. Packer of county. Jno a. Hero Iucker of Jef Lurton District . Jut District James c. Veat ii. Of up incr county. 2nd Ranzau. Cua Wroan. Of flu a 3d James y. , of Jefter Uii 4th Jno Hov Lajja of Franklin 5th m David Iulg Kohe of Delaware Goth h. Newcomb. Of Mari of 7th . Corns of per acc 8th a c. Wilson. Of 9th Daihl d. Pratt of Jess Jot it Jos Kimi h. Of Elkhart 1hu of Miltos s. Robinson of Madison con0eesbrikst session. F no Tiiu of the democratic party past and pres ent with for opposing Tho Extension of slavery. Speech of Hon. S. Brenton of Indiana in toe House or Lurter sent attics july 2-t, i85g. The House Beinor in the committee of the whole on the stale of the or. Bren unsaid air. Chairman on the 4th div of March. 1853, 1 stood on the East portico one of the vast crowd which had assembled to witness the a and yet simple ceremonies of the inauguration of n new president of the most renowned Republic of either ancient or modern tires. I partook to some extent of the enthusiasm of the vast Assembly and although i bad not Asai Aud to elevate to his High position the Man who was the Centre of attraction o occasion yet from the patriotic sentiments uttered by him i was willing to the past and to indulge the fond Hope that an administration was about ushered in that would be noted for . Nationality and that would la Bor to maintain the peace and quiet that generally prevailed throughout the whole of our country. This sentiment and feeling Ila our Borders. If a spirit of excited at All it was the re and wan confined mostly to Thane whose Hopes Hud been disappointed and whose plans were fru Atrul a by their unparalleled defeat and the Success of an almost unknown rival. Under the Moat favourable my i cop did the a Detent administration enter upon career. The pledge of the president that the existing repose of the country should Sutler no shuck during official term operated an an Ophine the Dulion into a quiet slumber it Lay peacefully of Jui cily. Asse surely in the univ Lions of to people tin infant on Molher d the Lii Rev third concur Crutti convened and was d without any disturbing element. True the in had Imit Pird abroad Xiv High Hud Estat a but Burnt Ait woe peace Ami quiet Nurer had the representatives of thu a trembled in these hulls with n brighter Prospect for Uniti calf us Keb of abort but alas fur human calculations thu was b us the Calarc that the gathering storm or apran Effing he Nezih llr.1 smooth he in Ruurd wave a hideous slumbered in the background of the Beautiful picture concealed behind a. Fair exterior anti wreathed in smile lurked a on Nair it panting to thrust Ruelf for word with u View to outstrip others in the Nert Content for p res it in tin tile hideous monster Nln brr if thu deep the foul spirit concealed by the Miles of deceit was unhallowed ambition. The Means for the attainment of the end wad renewed agitation of the quit Tsiou Tif shivery. So that in lean than ten Inonu Law from the Ina i Scicli in of the government was supreme und from very obvious principles. The Power to acquire territory is in incident to every Gou Crnin Tel it cd Xvi Termini. Every govern Merit Lias claimed and Ninny of ilium exercised it. This position predicated what follows of course the natural necessary and resulting Power to territory acquired which being a Complete Power of course involves the Power to determine whether slavery or any other particular institution shall exist in the Terri it so no answer to argument 10 say that the Power in question is limited to the Power of Congress to dispose of and make All needful rules and regulations respect ing the territory or other property of he United in the terms of the Constitution be cause if this Power extends beyond the Mere function of administering territory acc property whether in territories or it on Bra Ces the Power of civil government it course it would us Well embrace jurisdiction of slavery in the territories us any other Inni Itu s were expressed in january 1s-17 and at the first session of Theta girly Firstiun prese he was regarded us. Sulci in ily orthodox of entitle him to receive the votes of Twenty thres Southern Ond Twenty so Van Northern thu Union and of the probably course of in Congress in the avowed opinions of their nominee for the office of pres ident. This course we conceive to be fundament ally wrong. In order to obviate such a construction in order to give Assurance to the Public mind of our entire country t it the democracy of the Union will preserve the compromises a Fth Constitution not Only in the states but in Tho that it recognizes entire political Equality to exist among the people and their right to unmolested in the rights of property the vast territories which the Union holds but until sufficiently populated to be suites the have agreed to present to tins body for adoption the following Resolution t the doctrine of non interference with the rights of of Uny portion of the people of this confederation be it in the Stales or in the territories by any other the parties interested in them is the True re publican doctrine rearm sized by this body a. L. Yancey of Alabama. John c. Florida. "j.m. Commander of South Carolina the question was taken on or. Yancey s As a candidate for inc Spelter slip. Resolution nud it by Stales rejected__3 or. A. K. Marshall i understand tliejto2lgj a follows 1 South Carolina 9, Georgia 9 Florid ii 3 Alabama u Arkansas 3 Tennessee 1 and Kentucky 9 new Hampshire gym Sach setts. 12 Vermont a Rhode 4 Connecticut a new Jersey 7 new Pennsylvania 2 i Delaware 3 Maryland a Virginia 17 North Carolinn 11 Missi duration of tin there was heard the Law Niutta Ting of did Tunt Thunder portended n gathering storm soon and suddenly awful awoke the quiet plumbers of Thoumi on evil Genius funded to n. Flame the ires which with Vio pc dec hot stirred anew the elements of this Jurev Fawn eciilrt1 Tofu circumference. the american people Are Hope it intelligent and confiding they rely Katen in the tonal legislature and look to them for Protection against nil evil measures. They ure patient and forbearing Mil suspicious tint j in l oui of the nation s Honor. Hut when Are proposed and adopted which Are calculated the National Honor and integrity and injuriously affect the general welfare Irir patience and forbearance cease to be Virtues a tend they become aroused to n sense of their own responsibility and Call to a solemn account those who have betrayed the Usu co lid in to their care whether u be a. Party or then responsible for the Dow pervade the Public mind the is Ai fitly Given. Since thu 4tu of March i3o3, the executive and legislative Powers of in try government have be on in Trio hands and under the control of a party Colling itself democratic that if injury has been done if Jiava been committed if evil has resulted from any the responsibility rests upon but has been Dene t an that this party feeling it Eure in strength without any popular without any political the excuse of any practical Good hoped for or pre the dismay of the peaceful millions of the whole views of party ambition rekindled the fires of tin very agitation by opening the door and aiding in the Effort to extend and establish slavery in territory which by a National act had been forever consecrated to Freedom. The repeal of the Missouri cum and the evils resulting from it is therefore the cause of the excitement now pervading the Public mind. With these evils the country is now afflicted and of them inc pie m of i bitterly and justly Compla n. And fur them the Fet Xun of this new democracy Are to Correct these evils to allay All this excitement to vindicate the a ional Honor at and abroad and to restore peace and Tjui to tace whole country inc people Are now j a Zajf he in the majesty of their determined to hurl from Power those who have disturbed the nation s Pence and Imp Ninny and thereby preserve the Union secure National Equality and restore the government to original principled and purity. Present position of the lending men of party calling itself democratic compared with their former position and teaching on the of Ter Morial legislation and slavery sex teat on presents a chapter of Gross i ten which cannot be reconciled or explained up any other principle than a subservience to the demand of slavery 1 refer especially to prominent men in Tho free states. But a few years ago it was eminently cratic to recognize the Power of Congress to Regis late for the territories now this Power is ruined then Congress had the Power to pro Hibit the introduction of slavery in the and it was duty to exercise it now this in denied. Time will not allow me to present tithe of the authority at my command to show Whitt As the True democratic Thia subject 4 extracts must suf or. of Illinois said Idie Gard to Tom t stories the jul Fintleman to state that it is very Clear to his Nind that Congress has the Power to legislate on the subject of shivery to the extent of excluding it from the territories of the United tales. Or. Brenton. The gentleman h3 my opinion Whyl i have read it is the Opin 011 of a distinguished Democrat and quoted for lie purpose of showing Llie position of the x Moc Ralic party it thai time. Or. Marshall. I understand that but i understand your own conclusion to be the same you Are Reading ilium sex Trucl Asun argument. Or. Brenton. I have not Given my pin on yet but t will do so before i get through o Aslo give inc gentleman a Clear under land no As la what in in. Or Marshall save trouble is he gentleman can answer the question when in comes to give own conclusion i will just so him whether or not. When he concludes hut Congress possesses the Power to exclude Luvary he admits that the Pov Var to establish it Ops a if Chr Power to no sir. While the Power exists to exclude is Ivory there is no a Iwer to the general government or any Oiler govern ment to establish slavery. Air. Marshall one question More. How can slavery get into a it can not go there by authority of Congress or by Uny other authority Huw i on the face of god s Earth can Congress of Rue a Power to exclude that which not to Scilly exist or. Brenton. I answer that shivery May exist by Force and that whenever it into a territory it Root s a trespasser and in violation of Rigil therefore Congress should into Roku in Power to prevent in Extension. J now return to my 3ir Alic Higus said in pc Bru go Jui Sipunu 6 Texas i ten Nessee i a ii ohiu.23 Indium. 12 Illinois Ken Iowa and wis Consin the action of this convention was subsequently stated and explained on this floor by a do Linguini hed gentle urine from Indiana who now stands Al the head of the Itu Chanan elect Ora Tickel in Flint state. On the 1-Hh of february 1850, or. Fitch said i repeat the principle under principle of with ques Tion in the established by the ordinance of inn form Intieri More obnoxious to of acc ions on thu Parl of the South than Uny now presented. But then it int l their approbation. Non intervention doctrine of the demo cratic National convention of 1813 applied to Stales it to territories. The convention expressly refused the adoption of similar Ros relative to the latter and Tyml refusal it tsp the alleged cause of so Cut Juii from uie convention by the Vettra Nipaver of the i Solu the gentlemen whose opinions i have thus Given uttered them like the gentle Man from Illinois or. Hic Tahsun in a to men i of and , upon reflection repudiate them As unjust and i do not know. All i a Tiu u. List each of them Are now acting with a party that Doc d repudiate we have however the Power to impose in my own state the Republican party occupies the same ground thai was occupied by the upon the of a territory to i in jj43. The is Tho res inc right or my Flange in it and if we deem it advisable to for it without the of n local l Girt Anturo. A these out Iota of our democratic j he it Rew Ivil by the general of Sammy of the Stitle of Indiana our senators be instruct l the Council of a our Rejiri Senna divert in co Grenn be re Are Mih Jacl to supervision revision lion of do nut subscribe to the opinion advanced Mil Cril Nici brr unit and que Esiff to caul ii in Vuren mid Yiend u influence to engrafted any Law Ihil indy be pit shed Lor the ilium of Teni Lory title Ttoe Niiro Iru by o Nici brr unit Jitu a loll of i rect title Ttoe Niiro Iru i n Pruvli Diuri fur Lii Cal alone u involved and that we Ever i excluding Furnin territory shivery und r not Hov Many Ken Van Are carried into this territory provided inc political Power id there by Iner Eileed. I believe the general Lin Putni St Prosper by and my vim Cement of thu whole Union morally Vijil Jio Zucally forbid expansion tha Softli should be Sai tied with the and to Sas into the Union with pm Warto Lurtis four More a Talca in her territory. Thin in time will he done and where in the counter in the North or Wem out slate my be formed in Oregon Une weal of Iowa and Uri. And one North of Wisconsin and Iowa and All uie free territory that id inhabitable u extitus cd. Upper we ought 1 probability will have und it should be free. J ides Otilit r considerations it in fur belter Nodi opted to the Pii Nuriu of Lior Hern men Litun to labor. Then Why exclude free admit the slave and you opel the free labourer Lor it is Folly to think thai our Northern men will emigrate to the most inviting Cuti Witry in uie world where they know they will be compelled to labor wide by with thu in reply to the member from Florida who had declared thai the Smith will when necks iary overrun it. The they Hud Texas und establish slavery file. Mcclelland mud now sir doen not his Whyl. Will to i kiss unless the initiative ure taken to there be a to Shuw the of our Declar ing u Linn and . Dete Niin Ilioiu not. Tui Ely to submit to the introduction us slavery nto any Tern Lory that May be acquire i or. Dunham of Indiana suite have no doubt of the constitutional Power of Congre Iii to pass the Pru Vinu. It too my to Dit Patti the Inwer of ibid Rouen ii Mil to govern the hence if we have the right under the Constitution to govern Thene territories to legislate Lur them we have a right to inhibit slavery unless our rial in to on Tyml subject is limited by the a itself i find no such limitation we have the Power of legislation upon that sub decl in the territories and of cuuna1, the powr Erlo prohibit the which met at Baltimore in lit 13, adopted the following Resolution As a part of platform "7. Thai Congress has no Power under the Constitution to interfere with or control the Domestic institutions of the several titles and that Euch Slater arc the and proper judges of everything appertaining to their own Dot Pru Hillued by inc Constitution that All efforts of the abolitionists or others made to in Ducc Congress to interfere with questions of slavery or to Lake incipient Steps in relation thereto Are Culish Tiivi to Lead to the most alarm ing and Dali Garcua and that Ulm Mich a fibres have us inevitable tendency to i thu of the people and endanger the stability and Kurmu Neicy of the Union awl ought not to be1 Minu nuanced by any Friend of our politics institutions prom this it appears that the doctrine of Tion was to be confined to the Stales and did not extend to the territories. Indeed the convention went Rio Lur n to reject the restitution of the minority of the com Mittee on resolutions extending the doctrine to the territories us inc lol loping extracts from the minority report will a Bow the undersigned a minority of the commit tee upon Leewu to submit a minority report to this convention. Believing that the Success of the democratic party will depend solely upon the truth or in truth of the principles Envoi cd at Thiu Conven Tion and by the nominee thereof the under signed cannot give their assent to the report of the majority. The nominee of this convention is understood to entertain the opinion thai con has no right to interfere with the question of slavery in thu slates or territories but i i people a territory have the exclusive Rii ii to exclude in there from. The Iii Prity of your Commilee have Only adopted the principle As far As applicable to the slates and have thus refused in Llie avowal of the Cardinal principles of the Pemo Crecy to express any opinion upon what u really the most exciting and important political topic now before thu country leaving Tho people to find an exposition of the uie great democratic party of u Jorju Diar Olin Ruiso Livau in l Lur crimes Hurt of the party been duty on the itch of january the democratic St Titi convention a Duried the resolutions Jirm Lettl Tinl Insl Tulion of slavery Ong Jii not Lobo introduced into Uny territory Wherter in not now Flint a new Mexico mid Juli Fornix in fact and in Law free Terri tories it is the duty of Congress to prevent the introduction of slavery within their such wan the position of the democracy of my own stale up to 1834- then they wheeled ii bout Tipp Ruvi d no the in Brunel a Hill because in thy contended a Bill in favor of rec loin North and South of the com Krutij Ive inc. New in they endorse Lite Cincinnati Pla fibrin and the policy of the present. Administration they Are in id in the denial of the Power of to legislate for the Turr Tori a. Having become the. Allies of the South and Ciamp him in the cause of slavery Extension they zealously maintain tin Southern Dogma that the Constitution the principles of Liui Duge servitude wherever our of psf Lorils and Tyml it thu duty of the to proc cd them. Or chairman on thu is the now before the. Country i desire to cd Imine it. And to give Al smite length my for opposing the sex which is re Cognize d by the Universal Law of properly As such there still will be no Contro but if by property is meant human chattels or property in Man then we disagree and deny that the premises warrant any Suh conclusion. I know that this conclusion u met by this inquiry by what authority do Yon exclude the properly of Louthern states from the common to Thia i have on an scr Luri Jialu to Liy a member of the present Cabinet. He says tiie answer id costly Given we do nol at tempt it. Slaves in contemplation of thu Constitution Are not property but persons. We have the Power of prohibiting any persons nol citizens from emigrating and settling there. That slaves Are not or merchandise May be considered us fully in the Case of Groves it Al. Is. Slaughter. 15 Peter s reports or. Walker now Secre tary of the in a very elaborate or Guin no before the supreme court shows this most conclusively. Speaking of the constitutional Power of Congress to regulate Commerce Between the states ii says ii was Commerce in merchandise Rund regarded a such by All the states und vol Commerce in persons thai was designed by be Regula cd by ii b the abolitionists who must wholly deprive the slaves of the character of persons and reduce them in All respects to the level of merchandise before they can apply to them the Power of Congress to com Merce among the states the Mas Ter no right to in icel Atli and blood the Bones and sinews of any Man under the inns of the the right is to the services it in Plain then that tin excl Issue with the extent Jonisu. As i wish to state their position fairly i will give you the Langu Tige of a gentleman from Kentucky or. Cox in u speech delivered Here during our efforts to effect in organization he said when we acquired territory property in territory a protected by the Stit ution of the country Ond that if i mangoes from u slave state into the territory and car Ries property thai is his will him the Constitution protects that or. Ii airman in the name and on behalf of an intelligent constituency mid us the refill of my own i Denv that the Constitution be Cukis of kf.cog.m2es any such it Klir of affords such i und i affirm that wherever and whenever thu attempt u nude to exercise it there is an Assumption of Power mid my exercise of n supposed right nol warranted by the coins dilution. And i go cur her and a form tint note Mph in Esia Blifil slavery outside of the jurisdiction of the local or municipal by it is Penni led and protected a trespass on the rights of which cannot be justified by either the common Law or the Federal . Or Clay in his and disc Damiun of Ihu while question says if i bad not heard this opinion avowed. T us is unit thy Constin Tiomi secured the right to cur change their so in to no Kwh sin very. I think it is conceded by everybody that the people of a territory when in convention by their to form a , preparatory to their tit Biasion into to Jap Union As a slate can prevent by a pias the introduction of slavery. Now i to examine very briefly these Sions in connection with the bonded cons Titu Lionel right to carry slaves into the oui nun territories. The Only restriction a thrown around the peo ple of the Jet Nofs when changing their Cun Stilu Tion or the Terr Turiw in a Bikini their j Law is the of the United now if the Federal Constitution ser res the right to hold olives and protects the Mih in the enjoyment of that right can in in in pm a win by the . I signs ctr Legisla live enact merits of u state or the people of a territory by tiny provisions which Thev by slave Terri i of the mis d have South of the slave Stotri or prohibition dues not conflict with the constitutional Power of Southern men to la ice their property or mcrchandisl1 into Tho Terri or. Chairman the relative position of tie parties jointly in common prop erty difficulties of magnitude which cannot be i tightly passed Over. One party or portion of the people refuse to participate in any in the institution of slavery. With them every Man is in the full of that Freedom guarantied to american citizens by our political institutions which they regard As the inalienable right of nil men. On tie Oiler hand men arc held in bondage nud the Richt i hold properly in nmn is and his inalienable rights Are sacrificed to shia Prin Ciple. It seems to escape the recollection of gentlemen that the institution of slavery Dif Ferent from every other institution in or land and thai the title to Ihu kind of prep Tiv is different from the title to every other kind of property and thai institutions thus differing can never be made occupy Tho name common ground. There is another striking diff Crenca which stands Oul is line with those Tio Eland opposed to the institution of slavery und , it is a question of principle of it cry und humanity while on lie other hand in in n question of property in Luman beings and of bondage and slavery. Now differing As they do upon Lith principle they a until stand upon net june y in reference to Ijjas i id of properly. Yet n everything else they my be equal. They inv Hinnd upon in Equality which Cin Bracew and secures to them a right Lollie. Ownership of the , together with us occupancy upon the fume terms und in the end Lymont of the Privily arcs and right is and the in hid uru Leolion of nil Nch Mich Only a h by the general Law of nil inti which Confer n right to property Indish rident of local or Luyun Cipal Law. The Timit Protection of i Hucic Reg him and of to Bijj spec Iii of property Pniler Chi Universal Rule. Is what Equality. Hut us the tile to in Iivori not Laius but wholly the creature of local or Ihweil that in the eos mini in is one of tie most i and the thai was Ever taken by Man. The Cutis dilution neither Ere j ated nor dues it Cunti Niue but Vohu report should we. I of censure to our ancestors or those from War Obi purchased arc not. Gli Ilij they strewed around the needs of is i and sustain the or Ovath. They introduced the enlarge invigorate Ami confirm it. To me sir no thirus for which i have not the evidence of my senses it More Clear than that human bondage will Day destroy Tomt reverence for Liberty which u he vital principle of our Republic. While a Najouri y of your citizens Are in Ryle a ii the authority of particular limits while your youth urn reared in the f thinking that the treat rights of human Natura re it acre i 1 tin t Lioy. May with inno i Centre trampled on can in be expected thai the Public mind should glow with that generous Nolor in the cause which to a from the lurking Demon Tike in their Constitution take it away he pro have you no apprehension list when the the of slaves within f votaries of Freedom Lucr Ilick limits a a the const ital Iii of the United Sutis is the supreme Law of tin. Land it follows lint the constitutions Anil of tic Peru Raj Lulfs must be in accordance with in nil touching uie. Rights and of people. A Lonco or. The Consi Imthun of the United states bring supreme no slate of jul puss in enactment in contravention of the if u suit cannot a territory cannot. Would be the consequences in the Federal con unt authority i in rights of that authority arts Viil. And within their Liin is Lution is silent und passive ii Tuii the subject of slavery or Tatlier it Dou w Ith it As i Xit without having created no responsible for it in the decree i Ilion the no More instituted shivery or is responsible for continuance or Protection for u moment while it remains within the Boson of the then in a edible for the Protection of any Oiher i properly depending for pro Tention upon the slate Anil not upon congressional a. And if in any instance the Power to cur y slaves Inlo the territories guarantied to Fuu by the Punsti Tutun or is in incident acc Mil of any Power that is delegated in the Constitution 1 have would be Ili i Rugtive of and Crete Republic Tii Principe a. And contrary to natural right and enl Justice. Fur the Sci irions thus Given i repent that the Liutti carry into thu territories i on the round Shtil they ure the common property of the Stout a Anil lint they have the right to Cliffle and occupy the foil in a conclusion lot legitimately drawn from the Premium i am Happy to Hud myself jul Poui Iun by in which of ital Independent of any Reu coniing of my Awn to Settle the question. Among the last nude by or. Cluny in the of the United Staten i find the following language nor con i admit Lor a single moment hat there any we Anite or right upon of Stiller. Municipal ii Ink of i heir Nevertt i to Lutes thu re. Umpiring to them in their inane All the a peeing hid Peel our rights privilege Etc Nril run by the so Atileti of the Sioleau in which they formerly raided. Thin position Siuk in effect on shia floor or. Cox in corrupting i lists rent Leinin to i Muniu to me Trio doctrine that the into u territory carries Villi Hui the municipal of slate. 1 never h Flor. I Hunton. I will give the gentleman Llie born Ella of hid own inn Imire no lower Dan been Virtu a of Llie to be the me in reference to lie right of ownership in ulnvei1, or la what Hij Chinn us Iivori shall he Coti limit Guy ural Here in no Grunt up incr to in Refe Ronci to the and the need that Tii should be tiny fur dues it not follow that when the men a irom Tho sin in Llie Lar ii a sales the j o led states thin As property it Tel c Totth v to i answer that the Law of Icv Tucky Rocc Snizek slavery try properly. In Territo Ries thiere is no puch Law. I then Gove Territo of the uni in whatever Hocog Aleu Froin Lenry no to carry inti the i Nikont of the United sullen is to Rit in be at any slave cannot by any conventional net. Or by any Ingish Tsiun slavery in their limits. And still another consequence is lint the people of Tho territories cannot by Victri la trite acts or Zibil Antl All Elliis for Ihu Rea son thai the Federal Constitution is Paramount and overrides All Sute Ciati Tationa and nil state Laws so for As they relate to the rights of the under it. Them.1 san Ling results ure the to Fril Imale Oon drawn from that Southern Dumn. Which Furnis tiie i Jln to slavery under the provisions of the coins dilution. Nor is this All the very idea of this constitutional right and completely destroys the other conceded position that the people can change their , and abolish a livery in states where in exists and by constitutional Provert toil prevent introduction in the Stales. The two d stand it such direct Aioli Sci Ifim to each other Ihal they can not lie reconciled one or the Oiler Otje then inc True theory it id thai the Are Sovereign and us the nor protects slavery without Lilje of the local Law of he stale where if. Of shivery they will no length be pure from the hfruipi1 j own part i no Imp Llie by resin of a Miserol Liberty f Wrever Uii polluted the foul Rhino of human Blind age or Itiat Thev who have by gtd to it of f r others will not a inv to let others Lyrd it Over them li1 they resist it he the struggle of Pride and not of principle. Never will your country be productive never Witt tit we Rich Titre Commerce or i manufa.ctu.rt9, flourish so fur Iven tie Yery Earth itself a Iii i i it with profusion under the Curtis a of th-3 free born labourer i flt from the. Contaminating sweat of a Flave. Survey the countries where the hand of Freedom conducts the and spoil line yours. Yurt n this View in near like the storehouses of Etna ii is inv Hugh not with equal Industry. To this i Liiri disparity Between Tho fruits of Iree Niani Youin tary of i Rolu and a Flores of a slave u 1m acts from compulsion Only a Tyka had no Inci lenient to exertion but Prospect of to encourage whited be inbuilt hit the understanding. The Cai jail and tie of incl Tiro Loo obvious to Cuc Type Obj Are Vatikun. To Etc Extension of Ilavsky ought to alarm us. In truth ure Lii Biily Iii ii Upun Earth that Ever considered manumission us a. Ground of or ih6 Extension of slavery View vhf thus expressed Soplu menu thus boldly Ellered fell not 1 rum the spa of Imri Herit Lunatic Andy i to Utler them to Day in Kunsitis Ivoti a be treason and the president of the United Stales would Send Forth an army tit arrest Ilic Xirui Tor. In he Federal convention of 1787, or. Mason of Virginia said t in pour Iley pics when performed by prevent the emigration of Whites who refill enrich and p. Cd ulry. They produce inc most elects on Maii Norn. Yery Suyes a Petty lyranl1 in under the Constitution or. Muhidon uttered the Lullo Wittjr i in that the people of the Terri Lur a s m in by and Rona hut Nii Renoir actions prevent in introduction into in in i therefore idea of u Constitution i right to extend slavery is i Ajr Rtin is Mil jurisdiction of i i the while their territorial in i addition so Tea receive to their Complete in nil in them of police and of slaves Toni ii to Wen ten ind Render government it has been the prac Tiaolin nil caste i. F it in cup Noble of in Case of when not by Milinn be j a Hiil Iii a with cd Ruiyu vol Tenn the. State and general , it meant of inviting us cult instead of by prohibit us invasion. It in u Al the general of slavery and this Power to to protect every spirt of their con be exercised. Internal 119 external. The result of n Trinin a of turnover i therefore which tends to i a Croatia Triumph of the fun diff Over i in Lander though it be u local affair cd of ii in Viil ves expedite or safely Giitl Tho h now i Power Drill i a free a title. But there Oiler Rean amt drawn from of m the of practical War lilys of the Domestic Commerce in a Llma id Verv to which 1 desire to cult attention. Earth front the con 11 i hold unit it is our duly t he to promote y and that when Puiul Ertukel for if and inc Vire ill the organization of new Way Lur to suppress every evil and pro Miti every and therefore whenever ii is a vital to appear that thu of any Peley is Henleu n de to ii the la the and Industry of thu people Anil prevent Iho Rich Rcpt Mirces of country in Tih old at Onee Only , but Earth i St rat of a 1 la t should us uni or. Maan that it arts and afr. Madis in says that Iti inc Naae to Winken i i Render us in Public of things spread Oul before us read by nil at Latifi Tutti vent Tho of in Ives Dent the p nver of Turtte and the of then Ilion to crush out Freedom and. Extend the hum tin in now listen n moment to some to Ihu territories of the uni in doing it is my lira Loeb Ami lie and i Porfe of the principal grounds upon which Shoue ure in favor of slavery Extension Elai i Llie to it in Ihu territories of the United states. The first Pusi Liun As us Neil is the up Julu Domain Lylac Llmer Actu Rcd by Purchase or Conquest the common property of the states held in Trust by the Jeneral of Turnmi itt for the Nii Vinuti Benefit therefore tlu1 citizens of the Stales have u right to carry their slaves on to ibis common Domain and hold them an property otherwise they no deprive1 of their equal rights Puli the of the stale position is us there Are sixteen of the thirty one states of this Union which the instil Union of shivery within their Ihn Iti mid Fri try where he Insi Teri his Neu Hong in ibis were nol so there would is Zimny codes of Law in Eti ii stale and territory a Binyu us the joint of the common m it nol unreasonable for i no Tho minority to insist that in institution purely Lulli admitted Fly a car Rcpt Rule in local in Itri character Perii ipod and protected ill Lisl Tuths institution arc of individual from the Lilter admitted no n car Rcpt Rul by local Law alone Slu uld override of cer Hinly. And Here i i Whitfi in Jurin Iaeli Ami the Laws of thu Stales inhere in . There nation Oflahe coiled will venture inc opinion that i l the que lion of pm items Ihal slavery Extension could he submitted to a direct 1 state intend of recognizing the Power and be vote of All the people of these United Lules for their decision and if Thev were to de cide or Cordini to their own convict i Independent of nil Oiler a nine Teitlis n the territories we violate our professions of Fidelity array ourselves the Conati Tion and Uke Awty a cited right secured by that instrument Subj Cal to the territorial jurisdiction and Are no longer under lilo of the of tin uni Teil Takiea. Why sir thai is nol Only True of the i Veu Stales of this Union hut ii is True of the. Slave if a v Iselt in port of Charlestin with a cargo of slaves and ii ions ibo port of Boston or new York the moment she casts an speak from let them Seitle Ihu question for me. One of Mary Lamle sons u in Liisu Pinkney in used the loll using Lan the mind Nikloi Quito ideas Tif uie int real rights of Man kind the value of them must fuel Indian Kljun Rise Nga Insi the to Telic Tipul Sla very nut u country which seems to have been Sigil in by i Asylum for win Jim tie Arm of has persecuted and Jef As Nursery for wretches stripped of every privilege whirl heaven intended for National cd , and to a level Wilh a Sivay be Mere goods and of their masters. Sir. By eternal principles of nuturn.1 no step in the id hid slave in bondage we May talk of Liberty in on Public coi Noju Najil fancy thai we feel a reverence for her Dic tates i we May with All Leif vehemence of animated rhetoric of Wainst oppression and flatter ourselves that detest the ugly inon flier Long is we. Continue to cherish the pot Eimi us Weed of p irial among us world will doubt our sincerity. It or tired to Hay Floro in new such a of he pm Rich the towns Tham the of Hal fair land 1 lot p Triu Tirui forbid it and fruit a in now. Or. Lip Rry of Jed Creon sail i a Levi that n cancer on the body was eur More certain Stony und Fiita-1 in t Ilert Progress than is this on the political of the state 2jr. , of use Kab Riffe said Kiino the of our position ii nil Sill ill Elim nto Are Iii Kyj Tho it Pushy of our Rand that on Reliance involuntary Inhar. Our and Sens s proclaim the process of gone fun de inline conscience and experience slavery is principal Rause. We not univ ten Plale Virgiiia Junile when we regard her is meagre Haggard and enfeebled in with decrepitude stealing her As Given Over to leanness und , and As wasting away in Provini Joncy Iino which meter Nuiry the Lulal institution which the and cherishes toy As a Mother who will a tit ird her own Lite rather than part even Ivi i monstrous Oll sprint that afflicts her " in this incs i a lion there is no for 1 Chor within the Harbor the moment she comes it or. Set aut a because the of within the Lemon us of the Laws of Massachusetts or new York Laws opern be upon the and determine their actual condition. Speak of course of Tho Caso in which Lejoy Are carried if they Are voluntarily carried the in taut they null the u Ido Ocean and comic Wilhau the Lerr tonal Joris fiction they Uris subject to the Laws of that territorial were to carry n cargo of of vote into the port of Vic Liuis h not quite so it because the sir unt lored minds hum Bleil and i Liy tie hereditary Yoke no per less a Tiye arid own j or is it we have Hern so to Thi in situation is to heroine callous to horrors of we. a whether politic or not to Kyj whom till time shall fee Rio More on a level with the so much a Erin to n Jive Pool or Havre , any Man pretend i Ute jul i Vince Naninni freemen himself n tie hag of the United Stales would protect them after they enter the territorial jurisdiction of Ringlund or France i no such ill if so Neva Are Volun Laurily carried inti sued jurisdiction their chains instantly drop off and they become free emancipated liberated irom their it is Foroi a f girly True of other inn it is Liuo it Llie Stales com opponents that th9 people of it this this Clear statement of Tho whole Chsn fully my position and shows the fallacy of the Assumption that the Constitution carries and Pru Tecla Elavery wherever our Flag Letua look us this in another or. Chairman i believe it is conceded Gener ii Avo states can thu Lilly an i the Bramble May grow in social prox4injiy, but Liberty and slavery de Tjie find Light n Justice of touching Itilia properly they have Winitt d in n Riu Nusun Leslie oily to character. It has Ben for inky declared irom the very of Elliis Debute by the Niota derided Euc Mied of Thorn selves As Well Jis by others property is in evil that it is or. Can incan. It in duty Imp Sod by ii ism of Laws of god Anil the of the country upon parents and guardians to protect and defend their children and wards Jin to Quidd then in the midst of danger ent and prospective to the very verge of Tho p Twer conferred Nunn them and Tho n a tire they by those inns. Tho int whatever the complexion however Tow ancestry or uncultivated the mind of Universal father Heinz to the Conj and in and with that the Ingli enable i fam of tha the door of is few Ceil with Smirh run Tim Llma n would be a neurally led to believe Ilia our statesmen considered existence of it opposite among us us the sine git non of on Prosperity Afier portraying in the. Dirk St colors the conduct of the importer and Rynler in he it is Lur a to rotation which the government sus twins to the territories is of it similar and Power is derived from the supreme Law of the land k no in All needful rules and Reyna nations for them we arc bound to led and defend Theio everything which in old a Impi ital to their interests in that Pri cent or in the Hitup. Now 4 a a that would be thought of n parent., the of whose family from it origin had been proverbial for Tho bound need their h Allt and the robustness and Vifor of Thrif if mercenary or a feeling of Pride for family diminution

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