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Reladers of the (porrpro17oNAL., we are l
,:,a!! I by 'hle Yaceye-die, aion wiag of the
I ).,,iicracy the QOpositiom party, and to+
.-,, extent wo accept the name. To t
w1hat are. we opposeid T1 Let us answer.
Fih.t a t filretnmost, we are opposed to
Y,.inrc --iT,-v' kii ildge,.-S idell-di.untion I)e
ar eray. r
Wi' l,'l' oppitO'd to tlhe etnormous and I
nillces- sarV in( rease .,f the l,ublic explend- a
itures, and to thle extravagance and eor
ruption Iractie.'d under the present Detmo t,
Latic rule. r
W-'e aret oppoRed to entrusting the purge is
the swori, as illustrated in thie $30,- V
000,000 bill. inad the recinmm,,nlation by o
James lltchrlnan to Congress to transfer r
to him the v ar-making power in rtespect
to ) kico iand the Central American is
Stateq i
Wc are oliposod to 'residential inter- a
feresser. or that of minor oflico-holders, 1
with the 6eqom'hof election and the right t.,
'f uff'rag a'r Axetmplified in tit removal i
iy Mr Buclhan of his own appointtees i
to offcet, boe'na they would not traduce a
Senatmerf the United States, of his own
partyrfor pursitng a course different and t
cntrary to Ae behests qf an autocrat it
President. I'
We are opposed to the acxiting and ,
b ntiing of j~iousies between the va- v
rm'cli ,f~tlhe .uoun by misrepre-. r
senting the aimau aa op iono 0 othe pto
ple of the diaten 4ec .t in regard to
one anthertS,~hais. , thim eracey-di.sunion n
party are doinpeveirday.
'We are op sed, determinesty, and M. -
dyhigly (top'pRod, to a dis.olution oIfs ii
LUnion, and to all parties or factious wh ,
cherishaand &d- as leadenrtmme who ti
are known to ente.rtain in their hearts the t
spirit of disunion, or whose profons,
tiIctries awl ar ' maninfi.etlt end to that
mlancholy ret'ult--Fueh fir instance as c
tihe Yaneey-Breckiuridge & Lincoln party. p
We are opposed to t~t frther agitation 1
of the slavery question, asleading to no
1od to iny portion of odi county, but
fraught with' peril to the c,'mmoa peace tl
nil perpei uati,: if our glorious Union.
W«, ":' oIp .,--. 1 to the division of tLo
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country itto to-.v ctietoniil parties, whi.ch
m:.tt I t!:e reonit if x. , continue the t
Yane,'.:y.Br .kuilrillge ])Uenocrracy in powe'r. o
W: arc iil"...'""! to a contilil;nec' of the
Y;ncey Iemoera' i- policy iC giiving away 1
inill'.-is cf a-re ofthe p1l,!ic lands to, the t
-,,w ?;:ts ad per ri-t -etlv r 'u-ig to i
r.a:nt an atc:.' t i the otld Atl : .. .
W A, m ia l 1,: i to ti~' l;,rr.:,:"ing ifa
u ):; y anid th" crre:in of a public dot i
by ti, ' Nati'-.1 . ;, rrlnm e::t in time ,of'
P"" L o:. i t h i r :yci: on it - ordinary v
fir~r e., vithut, "it 11 ",am, tie' , ui:lh;;,
, .+a! u .'1 ,' . it r.viioa fur its p:,nml,,
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We wii t f, ht udtr , h:.,n.r
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BRCI rI~Uo(;E ON TIlE KIXP.A BILL,
"Did t th' non-alavveholding Staten
(generallyinsist that the true Iolicy was
the prmhibitio of slavery in the Td-rrito
ries of tlp Union by act of Congress, tnd
by eon)squenme iisiwt nopen applying this
principle to U:tah and New Mexico I Did
not the sd*i'ehohling States, on the, entra.
', plntPling tIhemrelrres on the growan of
1' ederal N.n-intervention, resist this policy
and, by co:nIquence, its adop,,tion and ap
plication to those Territories ! And, after
a long anti fearfdl struggle, lid not the lat
t.r doctrine prevail?-ancd was it not car
ried into law int the Utah and New Mexiice
acts 1 D)id not tie public, the press, con
ventions, and State.s, hail the result as a
final settlement in principle and substance
of the sunbj.ct of slavery ?"-C-oag. Globe,
rd. 29, p. Ill.
Who, then, by advocating intervention,
is viohating tihe companct of 140 ? Who
i3 violating the ceomlnact of ISi.1 1 Who
arn the disit nrberrs of this final se.ttlement ?
Who are the agitators ? Who are unfnith
ful to the cmpnromises of 1850 and the
acts of Is:'t I ? Jolihn C. Bireckinridge and
hi., Ii nenti ,n party.
IlRE('KI\lKIGE ON SLAVERY IN EAN.SA!
"Among the many mirerepresentations
of the Kansas-Nebraska bill, perhaps none
is more flagrant than the charge that it
pIrop(om s to legislate slavery into Nebraska
and Kanas. Sir, if the bill contain.ed
such a f;-:Ltnre, it could not receive my
vote. 'I'he. right to "establish involves the
right to prohibit, and denyinIg both I
would vote. for ne.ither. I go fiurther, and
e~xpress tit. opinion, that a clause legisla
ting slavery into those Territories could
not command one, Southern vote in this
House.--C,,. Glhre, rol. 39, p. 411.
BREt KINRIIDE ,oN TERRITORIAL POWERS.
,'It in coite.:,,tlnd ofn one band, upon thb!
idea of thl' ejluali!y of then States under th,
constituti':n :uAnd thinir common property in
the 'I',erritoric:, that the citizens of the,
,slaveh,,lllieng States may renmove to them
with tl,.ir sluvos, (and tlhat thie local legia.
lature cannot rightfully aexlude slavery
whi'l, in tie thetritorial condition; but it i-n
conc,,'ded tll:at tihe peopt,. may establish or
l1prohibit it v hn,11 the,.v come to exercise thi'
pi,,w'r of a ',, r'r."ignl State.) On the other
hand, it is :aid thaLt slavery being in der',:
gnt:ion of' e'rmtt enl rig!ht, can exi t only ly
r1 e' C, 1 1,.- Vtie 1::w; annd it i.; dttnied ti,:,
t11. ( '.t::-titutioWn ;Ietfn i, 'st. th; nlaw for th',
T. rri: ,."e' a: il it is furtlher claimed t!.t
tlI 1.. I l', g i:: t':: t may e-talli h r r
I :w n Im it i'; t '".' :' 'tetr g tovr'n' n " it i tr
g:e'ize1'I. As bIoh aIpteal to thir (Conrtitii
tion ::tll t . ,:.eir re-,:eti:v nar'gul:,.: t
Ont oI 'i,. t e I '-t.' n o'C" t t ei': ntiit-tr'ltnei',
tien I. '. : to w-'11e a qu,. n't .,
for j.iti,, l . ' ".:, t!e e'nlhje 't i',r
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te the ( ':trnc. LJe'a;'hig th,.n ,i on, intl pure-ly
$t, tie ,1uniLin.' , and v;'' .e e 1 cmznain,.,.
nef a party dlaininnntg ("onegrn's.-ionanmin.etrven
ti, .he ~cept-.. Wa." there ever gro,.er
in.ntn,.-itcy '"
ErP'.cEI'. t ,-E t T!;RRITnORAL POWERSi
"But, :1r. 'ihain non, aparn fr',m th. h'
torical :nt,-net, this coent-netd f;'tltuC .
(T,.n'itti',i pnwees over savery.) in tin.
till i., eight in it,tlf, fr it ret- on tte
fttmdatiin pllrinn i rt,' ,f Americarn goverr.
Tl'lnhre. it is-thnnn pownr. nf the T,.rrito.
ry t.v,:r ! cry " nght in it elf-&tL foun.
ve. iln (t" ,tin,) .m ,f our ,ve.'nmeit.
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