3 edition of Speech of Mr. Hale, of New Hampshire, on the territorial question found in the catalog.
Speech of Mr. Hale, of New Hampshire, on the territorial question
Hale, John P.
|Genre||Speeches in Congress|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 29641a|
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|Number of Pages||16|
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PRESIDENT: In the debate which occurred in the early part of the last month, I understood the Senator from Illinois (Mr. DOUGLAS) to say that the question of the reception of the Lecompton constitution was narrowed down to a single point.
That point was, whether that constitution embodied the will of the people of Kansas. Am I correct. Cotton Hale was elected to the U. senate in by a coalition of Whigs and Freesoilers, and several advocates of free-soil principles were elected to congress from New Hampshire before BIRTHPLACE OF FRANKLIN PIERCE, HILLSBOROUGH, N.
In the war with Mexico began, and New Hampshire was called on for a battalion of ://,_/Franklin. James Henry Hammond, "Speech of Hon. James H. Hammond, of South Carolina, On the Admission of Kansas, Under the Lecompton Constitution: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 4, ," Washington, D.
C., [Often referred to as the "Cotton is King" Speech] Nebraska Bill Sorted by Date Sort by Party and Newspaper Detroit, Michigan, Free Press [Democratic], (6 January ) It is no part of the business of Congress to legislate for the territories. New York, Tribune [Whig], (6 January ) An overt attempt is set on foot in Mr.
Douglas's Nebraska bill to override the Missouri Compromise. New Haven, Connecticut, Register [Democratic], (9 January )?menu=knmenu. Meshech Weare () was one of the most important figures in Revolutionary War New Hampshire.
He was the first president (governor) of New Hampshire and also served as president of the council, chief justice, and chairman of the Committee of MR. LINCOLN'S REPLY. On being introduced to the audience, after the cheering had subsided Mr. Lincoln said: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: -I have been somewhat, in my own mind, complimented by a large portion of Judge Douglas' speechI Page mean that portion which he devotes to the controversy between himself and the present Administration.
[Cheers and laughter.]?rgn=div1;view=fulltext. New Hampshire [Mr. Hale] to make a violent attack on the President and on the sentiments of his message. He based that attack chiefly on the ground that the President had intimated a purpose in certain quarters to attack slavery in the States.
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