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IN THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;

ITS NATIONAL RECOGNITION AND RELATIONS,

FROM THE

ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONFEDERACY,

TO THE

PRESENT TIME.

A WORD TO THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH.

BY HENRY SHERMAN,

COUNSELLOR AT LAW.

-"Then I thought that Conciliators were but ignorant men, that were willing
to please all, and would pretend to reconcile the world by principles which they
did not understand themselves; I have since perceived, that if the amiableness of
peace and concord had no hand in the business, yet greater light, and stronger
judgment, usually are with the Reconcilers, than with either of the contending
parties." —RICHARD BAXTER’s review of his early opinions.

HARTFORD:
J. O. HURLBURT, PUBLISHER.

1858.

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ENTERED according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1858, by

HENRY SHERMAN, In the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of the United States,

for the District of Connecticut.

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