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" Neither give nor take quarter, as our cause demands it. It is enough that the slaveholding interest wills it, from which there is no appeal. What right has Governor Reeder to rule Missourians in Kansas ? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be repudiated.... "
SPEECH OF HON. CHARLES SUMNER, IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, 19th and ... - Página 33
1856
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Biennial Report, Volúmenes1-2

Kansas State Historical Society - 1881
...Reeder to rule Missourians in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be disregarded ; it is your interest to do so. Mind that slavery is established where it is not prohibited." Gov. Reeder was not ignorant of the threats and purposes of the people of Missouri to deprive the people...
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The Constitutional and Political History of the United States: 1854-1856 ...

Hermann Von Holst - 1885
...game. When the first election came off I told you to go over and vote. You did so and beat them. . . . Well, what next? Why an election for members of the legislature to organize the territory must beheld. What did I advise you to do then? Why, meet them on their own ground, and beat them at their...
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The Constitutional and Political History of the United States: 1854-1856 ...

Hermann Von Holst - 1885
...Reeder to rule Missourians in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be repudiated. It is your interest to do so. Mind that slavery is established where it is not prohibited." Ib., p. 91. 2 General Pomeroy says in a memorial addressed to congress: "The first ballot box that...
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The Works of William H. Seward, Volumen4

William Henry Seward - 1888
...Reeder to rule Missourians in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be repudiated. It is your interest to do so. Mind that slavery is established where it is not prohibited." The Kansas Herald, an organ of both the administration and the pro-slavery party, announced the result...
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The Republic, Or, A History of the United States of America in ..., Volumen14

John Robert Irelan - 1888
...to rule Missourians in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be disregarded ; it • is your interest to do so. Mind that slavery is established where it is not prohibited." This speech becomes more noticeable when it is remembered that it was delivered to Missourians at St....
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The Song of Kansas and Other Poems

Joel Moody - 1890 - 189 páginas
...Reeder to rule Missouriaus in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be disregarded. It is your interest to do so. Mind that slavery is established where it is not prohibited.'" (Mrs. Robinson's "Kansas," pp. 14-16.) This, again, is the doctrine of the Dred-Scott decision, and...
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The Life and Letters of John Brown: Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia

Franklin Benjamin Sanborn - 1891 - 645 páginas
...advice, as appears by another speech of Atchison after the first invasion : — " Well, what next f Why, an election for members of the Legislature to...Territory must be held. What did I advise you to do thenf Why, meet them on their own ground, and beat them at their own game again ; and, cold and inclement...
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The Life and Letters of John Brown: Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia

Franklin Benjamin Sanborn - 1891 - 645 páginas
...advice, as appears by another speech of Atchison after the first invasion : — " Well, what nextf Why, an election for members of the Legislature to organize the Territory must he held. What did I advise you to do then? Why, meet them on their own ground, and beat them at their...
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Charles Sumner: His Complete Works, Volumen5

Charles Sumner - 1900
...Reeder to rule Missourians in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be repudiated. It is your interest to do so. Mind that Slavery is established where it ip not prohibited." Here is what Atchison said after the invasion. " Well, what next ? Why, an election...
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Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society, Volumen9

Kansas State Historical Society - 1906
...Reeder to rule Missourians in Kansas? His proclamation and prescribed oath must be repudiated. It is your interest to do so. Mind that slavery is established where it it not prohibited."- Webb Scrap-books, vol. 3, p. 130. establishing a line of steamboats from Alton,...
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