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" Peaceable secession! Peaceable secession! The concurrent agreement of all the members of this great republic to separate! A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would be the result? Where is the line to be drawn?... "
Great American Legislators: Source Extracts - Page 82
by Howard Walter Caldwell - 1900 - 247 pages
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Proceedings in Congress Upon the Acceptance of the Statues of John Stark and ...

United States. Congress - Stark Statue (Washington, D.C.) - 1895 - 263 pages
...the closing passages of that /th of March speech he cried "Peaceable secession! peaceable secession! What States are to secede ? What is to remain American? What am I to be?" This was not the utterance of a colossal vanity or an overwhelming egotism. It was a cry of the heart....
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American Orations: V. The anti-slavery struggle

Alexander Johnston, James Albert Woodburn - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1896
...concurrent agreement of all the members of this great Republic to separate ! A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would...American ? What am I to be ? An American no longer? Am I to become a sectional man, a local man, a separatist, with no country in common with the gentlemen...
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature ..., Volume 24

Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl - Literature - 1899
...concurrent agreement of all the members of this great republic to separate ! A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would...longer ? Where is the flag of the republic to remain ? Where is the eagle still to tower ? or is he to cower, and shrink, and fall to the ground? Why, sir,...
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient ...

Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl - Anthologies - 1899
...concurrent agreement of all the members of this great republic to separate ! A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would...longer ? Where is the flag of the republic to remain ? Where is the eagle still to tower ? or is he to cower, and shrink, and fall to the ground? Why, sir,...
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The True History of the Missouri Compromise and Its Repeal

Mrs. Archibald Dixon, Susan Bullitt Dixon ("Mrs. Archibald Dixon, ") - Electronic books - 1899 - 623 pages
...concurrent agreement of all the members of this great Republic to be separate 1 A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would...be, an American no longer? Where is the flag of the Eepublic to remain? Where is the eagle still to tower? Or is he to cower, and shrink, and fall to the...
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A Library of Universal Literature: In 4 Parts, Comprising Science ..., Volume 7

Speeches, addresses, etc - 1900
...concurrent agreement of all the members of this great Republic to separate! A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would...American ? What am I to be ? An American no longer? Am I to become a sectional man, a local man, a separatist, with no country in common with the gentlemen...
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Orations: American orators

Speeches, addresses, etc - 1900
...concurrent agreement of all the members of this great Republic to separate! A voluntary separation, with alimony on one side and on the other. Why, what would...American ? What am I to be ? An American no longer? Am I to become a sectional man, a local man, a separatist, with no country in common with the gentlemen...
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The Public School Speaker

Francis Warre Cornish - Literature - 1900 - 570 pages
...Republic to separate ! ... Why, 30 what would lie the result? Where is the line to be drawn? What Stales are to secede? What is to remain American ? What am I to be? An American no longer? Am I to become a sectional man, a local man, a separatist, with no country in common with the gentlemen...
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Acceptance and Unveiling of the Statue of Daniel Webster in Washington on ...

John Davis Long - Washington (D.C.) - 1900 - 34 pages
...sharpness of a personal grief which was almost agonizing. When, in the 7th of March speech, he cried out, "What States are to secede? What is to remain American? What am I to be?" a political opponent said the tone of the last question made him shudder as if some dire calamity was...
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Publication, Issue 6

Illinois State Historical Society - Illinois - 1901
...this great republic to separate! A voluntary separation with alimony on one side and on the other! What would be the result? Where is the line to be...American? What am I to be? An American no longer? Am I to become a sectional man, a local man, n separatist, with no country in common with the gentlemen...
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