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" Fellow-citizens of the United States: The threat of unhallowed disunion — the names of those once respected, by whom it is uttered — the array of military force to support it — denote the approach of a crisis in our affairs on which the continuance... "
Republican Campaign Text Book, 1894 - Page 121
by Republican Congressional Committee - 1894 - 328 pages
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Thirty Years' View: Or, A History of the Working of the American ..., Volume 1

Thomas Hart Benton - United States - 1858
...transferred, and remain an eternal Moi on the memory of those who caused the disorder. " Fellow-eitizens of the United States, the threat of unhallowed disunion,...names of those, once respected, by whom it is uttered, 302 303 the array of military force to support it, denote the approach of a crisis in our affairs,...
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My Thirty Years Out of the Senate

Seba Smith - American literature - 1859 - 458 pages
...an appeal to the citizens of the United States. We make a brief extract or two : " Fellow-citizens of the United States : — The threat of unhallowed...and perhaps that of all free Governments may depend. Having the fullest confidence in the justness of the legal and constitutional opinion of my duties...
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my thirty years out of senate

major jack downing - 1859
...an appeal to the citizens of the United States. We make a brief extract or two : " Fellow-citizens of the United States :— The threat of unhallowed...which the continuance of our unexampled prosperity, oar political existence, and perhaps that off all free Governments may depend. Having the fullest confidence...
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The Political Text-book, Or Encyclopedia: Containing Everything Necessary ...

Michael W. Cluskey - United States - 1859 - 790 pages
...eternal blot on the memory of those who caused the disorder. Fellow-citizens of the United States 1 The threat of unhallowed disunion, the names of those (once respected) by whom it was uttered, the array of military force to support it, denote the approach of a crisis in our affairs,...
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My Thirty Years Out of the Senate

Seba Smith - American literature - 1859 - 458 pages
...of the United States. We make a brief extract or two : " Fellow-citizens of the United States:—The threat of unhallowed disunion, the names of those, once respected, by whom it is uttersd, the array of military force to support it, denote the approach of a crisis in our'affairs...
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Faulkner's History of the Revolution in the Southern States: Including the ...

Thomas C. Faulkner - Secession - 1861 - 94 pages
...of those, once respected, by whom it is uttered—the array of military force to support it—denote the approach of a crisis in our affairs on which the...political existence, and perhaps that of all free government, may depend. The conjuncture demanded a free, a full and explicit enunciation, not only...
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Washington's Farewell Address: The Proclamation of Jackson Against ...

George Washington - Legislators - 1862 - 30 pages
...transferred and remain an eternal blot on the memory of those who caused the disorder. Fellow-citizens of the United States : The threat of unhallowed disunion...and perhaps that of all free governments may depend. The conjuncture demanded a free, a full, and explicit enunciation, not only of my intentions, but of...
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Washington's Farewell Address: The Proclamation of Jackson Against ...

George Washington - 1862 - 30 pages
...transferred and remain an eternal blot on the memory of those who caused the disorder. Fellow-citizens of the United States : The threat of unhallowed disunion...unexampled prosperity, our political existence, and perhaps thai of all freÁ governments may depend. The conjuncture demanded a free, a full, and explicit enunciation,...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the ..., Volume 1

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1864 - 37 pages
...majority of the American people, the President concludes his Proclamation as follows : " Fellow-citizens of the United States ! The threat of unhallowed disunion, the names of those (once respected) by whom it was uttered, the array of military force to support it, denote the approach of a crisis in our affaire,...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States ...

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1865 - 37 pages
...people, the President concludes his Proclamation as follows : "Fellow-citizen* of the United States I The threat of unhallowed disunion, the names of those (once respected) by whom it was uttered, the array of military' force to nipport it, denote the approach of a crisis in our affaires...
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