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some other chambers of the provinces. If it should comeat their call, and they lived to see the horrible drama played out to its bitter end, their existence would be the severest punishment that could be inflicted.
Cotton cannot come with recognition at the present time; the name is but a synonym for war, and WAR IS NOT COTTON.
These men of war are inconsiderate in their statements, false in their assumptions, and they err in their conclusions.
NON-RECOGNITION OF THE SLAVE POWER—NON-INTERVENTION IN THE AMERICAN WAR, AND NEUTRALITY, ARE AND WILL BE THE SAFEGUARDS OF THE PEACE, COMFORT, AND TRUE DIGNITY OF A FREE, CIVILIZED, AND CHRISTIAN NATION.
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