The Liberator, 1862-01-10, vol. 32 iss. 2
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Jft*A "VOL. XXXII. 3STO. 3. BOSTON, FRIDAY, J^ISTLT^RY IO, 1863. J. 3. TEEEIKTOlf & SON, Printer., WHOLE IsTO. 16SO. Ufttgf of toypmiau. lieu.-., n'.. cfl'i.i-l is spared. Every itillucuc I.yoncpUusihlop'e;, nil ery by act of Congress, a has repeatedly declarei liuii. win' ..I what, right, lie Lliilt it could not iition in Corwin's proposed amendment lo the l.'on- litution, from din Republican si.I,.-. Congress must. 3 t 1 I t t } 0 It 5 . Let this plan of die Administration fl.r bringing back tlic seceded States on the old basis be realii-ioil. lie salisfted wit!) Mi-. Lincoln's policy to-day, lint might possibly, wink. .uttering iV'.in tlic disaster ni' in il,.- !',,i,',n <m ill,,,..s,. unv Icini-.. " Bui ■■■ ,v- <-ov,-,-,-d Iron, il,,- shoc,; of iis ilefcal, would u. not withjs much virulence as ever V No ™c can doubl a'c'i'o's'tlie iinewnuiiliioso. and the n-1 it. Hence, should til;- policy prevail, nothing is more dcn.iinstrnbly clear tli;m llinl ihe fuinr.. hislory tagonistic to their confederates wlu.li we s., grievoady ,-oui;iliiin 'i;._ our prist. .,.n,l_ . i il i ' •■' ,'" li, .'■' , ,'iir'h' tone, when the the old Union; ami mi obstacle .11- return. Thus the southern 1 ,e ol Slates would lie brought down io the ' .vi-nughi ; and thus the proeess his lair. In uverv Slide in the S,,i-;h.we dial! have national ensign would again lln this .ueasnrc and" llinl for the benefit of sbiverv sol the breezes of the Gulf. This w and hold them as sublet confidently foretell; 'but e'n'mu^-i'Vl.sTm,'i-i''j, or that—for slavery or im-ocd (his v -as the vary A EEYEESAL OF THE CASE. Iby I I Lou suppose thai a Northern conspiracy iig.mtst tliu}crimentK»iM have iieen as sueoesslidlv i„- augited am] put,,,lo execution, as I hi. Soul hern oonsaey has been -thai we could have held Nor- theri:o„veu*,„ns, eki-.-t^d Northern Stale Governors the direct issue of dissolving the Union or comfit!- the South to adopt such a Xatlonal Con. *Utu. uswe might dictate without the entire South beimi.mhar w„h every inoveoienL and unitcdlv pre,,, to resist ,1V In addition to all this, do voi, iiehcth,. Soiol, w ■. ii., tl.,- ',''1'ebelhom and thus make1 ) gel up UtIOil,.-, mi,.}, ,,.|;:.i "will,the Ibiilroadconsnirat Engaged in tho rebellio ier loval or rebel ; and interests wore to comb what would be their THE E0EBEE_ STATES. 'h stand in (he wavofl indeed ,1 among, i would justify even the i'-h Kngiand has herself l. a1'!';,;"/1'1:"..v :■':!■. '}::';:::'1 :'■ !,\ : -\-''-'"',': v;;j::;,;,;.-,:;aii philanthropic nation has always taken sue or war. ' 7,'. iho T," ' 3d. She; ,!-V/",r/.[* "^/'T'/ ■J! "■ -1 J' * ■M'"-' ■: !""■'' ■*•/'*- ':''■"''/" /-a-V,-^ _'/i,V- /" ^ the I!-1-''' WUl1 l""l,'L'';L')l,a "' '"' <-""■' .-'"'at ulijcef of ^ Light or wrong in Ihe affair of the Trent according to our „,,-,, il,,!-,,;,,,.. KlJ „-,.,.,, ,.; ,„ ;,,.,.,„.,]; , t0 Lnglund—according to ,]l;i[ li.„- wliid, she nmug1 red against us the ami . k:1i, al- i than this, who" can doubt that loudedging the right of sean.li, 1 ihe Trent, would at least have
|Title||The Liberator, 1862-01-10, vol. 32 iss. 2|
|Creator||William Lloyd Garrison ; Isaac Knapp|
|Subject||Antislavery movements -- United States ; African Americans -- History -- To 1863 ; Manuscripts, American ; Slavery -- Protest movements -- History ; Slavery--United States--Periodicals;|
|NY Heritage Topic||Government, Law & Politics|
|Publisher of Original||William Lloyd Garrison ; Isaac Knapp|
|Date of Original||1862-01-10|
|Physical Description||newspaper; 4 p.; 24.5 x 17 in. (62.23 x 43.18 cm.)|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
|Holding Institution||St. John Fisher College|
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|Digital Collection||The Liberator;|
|Library Council||Rochester Regional Library Council|
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"VOL. XXXII. 3STO. 3.
BOSTON, FRIDAY, J^ISTLT^RY IO, 1863.
J. 3. TEEEIKTOlf & SON, Printer.,
WHOLE IsTO. 16SO.
Ufttgf of toypmiau.
lieu.-., n'.. cfl'i.i-l is spared. Every itillucuc
ery by act of Congress,
a has repeatedly declarei
..I what, right, lie
Lliilt it could not
iition in Corwin's proposed amendment lo the l.'on-
litution, from din Republican si.I,.-. Congress must.
3 t 1 I t t } 0 It 5 .
Let this plan of die Administration fl.r bringing
back tlic seceded States on the old basis be realii-ioil.
lie salisfted wit!) Mi-. Lincoln's policy to-day, lint
might possibly, wink. .uttering iV'.in tlic disaster ni'
in il,.- !',,i,',n |