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" ... 1. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which is to destroy the National Union; and that, in your opinion, an army and navy are constitutional means for suppressing that rebellion. 2. That no one of you will... "
The Rebellion Record: June '63-Nov. '63 - Page 368
edited by - 1864
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An American Statesman: The Works and Words of James G. Blaine, Editor ...

Willis Fletcher Johnson - 1892 - 535 pages
...want you to commit yourself just to this, gentlemen, nothing else : " i. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which...means for suppressing that rebellion ; 2. That no one will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the increase or favor the decrease...
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Life of James G. Blaine, "the Plumed Knight,": Editor, Representative ...

Willis Fletcher Johnson - Politicians - 1893 - 578 pages
...want you to commit yourself just to this, gentlemen, nothing else : "i. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which...means for suppressing that rebellion ; 2. That no one will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the increase or favor the decrease...
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Life of James G. Blaine, "the Plumed Knight,": Editor, Representative ...

Willis Fletcher Johnson - 1893 - 578 pages
...and navy are constitutional means for suppressing that rebellion ; 2. That no one will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the...the decrease or lessen the efficiency of the army and navy, while engaged in the effort to suppress that rebellion ; and 3. That each of you will, in...
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Abraham Lincoln: Complete Works, Comprising His Speeches, Letters ..., Volume 1

Abraham Lincoln - United States - 1894
...thereby committed to the following propositions and to nothing else : 1. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which...suppressing that rebellion ; 2. That no one of you will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the increase, or favor the decrease, or lessen...
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Life of Abraham Lincoln: His Early History, Political Career, Speeches in ...

Joseph Hartwell Barrett, Charles Walter Brown - Presidents - 1902 - 448 pages
...thereby committed to the following propositions, and to nothing else : 1. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which...Union; and that, in your opinion, an army and navy are constitutiou*. mean* for wppreMing that rebellion 2. That no one of you will do any thing which, in...
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A Political History of Slavery: Being an Account of the Slavery ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith - Slavery - 1903
...thereby committed to the following propositions, and nothing else: i. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which...suppressing that rebellion. 2. That no one of you will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the increase or favor the decrease, or lessen...
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The Blow from Behind: Or, Some Features of the Anti-imperialist Movement ...

Frederick Chamberlin - Anti-imperialist movements - 1903 - 147 pages
...propositions, with only two of which we need to concern ourselves : " 2. That no one of you will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the...the decrease or lessen the efficiency of the army and navy, while engaged in the effort to suppress the rebellion." " 3. And that each of you will, in...
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The Blow from Behind: Or, Some Features of the Anti-imperialist Movement ...

Frederick Chamberlin - Anti-imperialist movements - 1903 - 147 pages
...with only two of which we need to concern ourselves ; I25 " 2. That no one of you will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the...the decrease or lessen the efficiency of the army and navy, while engaged in the effort to suppress the rebellion." " 3. And that each of you will, in...
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A Political History of Slavery: Being an Account of the Slavery ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith - Slavery - 1903
...navy are constitutional means for suppressing that rebellion. 2. That no one of you will do anything which, in his own judgment, will tend to hinder the...the decrease, or lessen the efficiency of the army and navy while engaged in the effort to suppress the rebellion ; and, 3. That each of you will, in...
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A Political History of Slavery: Being an Account of the Slavery ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith - Slavery - 1903
...thereby committed to the following propositions, and nothing else: 1. That there is now a rebellion in the United States, the object and tendency of which is to destroy the national Union ; and that, in your.opinion, an army and navy are constitutional means for suppressing that rebellion. 2. That no...
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