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Excerpt from The Agitation of Slavery: Who Commenced, and Who Can End It!! Buchanan and Fillmore Compared From the Record He has an intense, often an hereditary contempt for the people. The Doughface has been a Federalist, a Whig, and a Know-Xothing never a Democrat. The Doughface has a high opinion of his own merits, and expects upon the success of bia northern allies at the very least to be called to the head of a department or a foreign mission. He would, perhaps, compromise for an anonymous interest in a lucrative contract It is he who prepares ambiguous declarations for northern candidates, which commit them to nothing in favor of the south, and do not impair their strength at the north. He tells you that, as some politicians never keep a pledge, it is wholly unnecessary to exact one from any. He will tell you that his confidential assurance of the intentions of his candidate is more worthy of credence than the recorded evidence of fidelity presented by his competitor. When General Taylor refused to say that he would veto a bill prohibiting the establishment of slavery in the federal Territories, thel defended him as perfectly sound, because General Taylor owned several cotton plantations. When Genera Jcott declined to express any opinion as to the power of Conj rer the subject of slavery, tl Doughfaces id it was pe fectlj tory, lucause that hero had been horn in Virginia, and was therefore incapable oi taking an erroneous view of her interests The Do.- iface now advises Mr Fillmore to 1. ice upon the trreat questions of the day.!! see ires you that. Mr. Fillmore is perfectly sound, lut when asked whether lie will, it elected President, maintain the Kansas act, and resisl the restoration of the Missouri restriction, he replies that he signed the compromise and enforced the fugit re law. Having bi id generally in a minority in the southern States, and expecting onl uto power through the numbers of the north, the Doughfai I his candidate for the Presides ild run i:.- injuring himsi If at the north. ing opinions winch, however ind the south, would, were it known in that section, destroy all in. It is by such duplicity and deception, by sacrificing the rights! 1. d, thai -seek for suci ess. The en emi . nreward mill consist mthe spoils wrested from his countrymen divided amoo Fortunately ths 1 hfaces are not numerous. Tins anion of Abolitionists, phi lanthro a, th t. virtual co-operation of foreign despots and southern 1 itt so form id ible that it will require the union of all honest and patriotic men fi .to secure the country from ti dunscrupul their Mvniswi .-in cenoaBss. The Black Ropubl can party boldly cl the i bole of the northflra Skates. This is the merest and maddest bravado imaginable. But these virtual allies who oppose the Democratic party, they hope that t:lay be defeated before the people, that it may.1 tor decision into the Houf Repn tatives. Tb forts to obtain the control of am ijoritv of that body. It may startle you Si a ii t Ii licant sign of their power and BBjeeese that they have, by the congressional influence conferred upon them by our own di .deprived a member from Illinois of his seat, upon the most unfounded ad referred the election bat k.to the people, when the result of the contest i doubtful. They may unseat the member from owa upon a similar pretence. Tins may result in dividing of thirty States equally, and the vote of a single Ei maybe Delaware with its single member ndecide who shall he President of the I Forte Is Thus, wbile your dissensions arc at their height, your enemies have marly rinrr one half of the vote of the umpirage appointed by the Constitution to decide 0000 JTOUr rights the other half is divided between yourselves and voiircncin Suppose lost e Sration by defection, would not the victory of vour inevitable Do you wish an illustration of the evils arising from a ml of harmony amo Conservative interests of the country.9 We regret that it should be in our power
|Tytuł:||The Agitation of Slavery|
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