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" Kentucky must follow. Let us then prepare to make our exit. We should keep our own counsels. Every man in the State is in favor of arming the State. Then let it be done. All are opposed to furnishing Mr. Lincoln with soldiers. Time will settle the balance.... "
Journal of the Missouri State Convention Held at Jefferson City, July, 1861 - Page 29
by Missouri. Convention - 1861 - 36 pages
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The History, Civil, Political and Military, of the Southern ..., Volume 4

Orville James Victor - United States - 1861
...of the Convention in March [see pages 29-31]. The ConventionistB then say : " Here we have the fixed mind and purpose of the Governor, that Missouri shall...counsels. He suggests that nothing should be said ahout the time or the mauner in which Missouri should. go out; manifestly implylug that the time and...
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GEN. NATHANIEL LYONIN MISSOURI IN 1861

JAMES PECKHAM - 1866
...it be done. All are opposed to furnishing Mr. Lincoln with soldiers. Time will settle the balance. Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go, and will go at the proper time, I have DO doubt. She ought to have gone out last...
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History of Ray County, Mo

Missouri - 1881 - 659 pages
...every responsibility tb do it with all possible dispatch. * * * We should keep our own counsels. * * * Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go, and will go at the proper time, I have no doubt. She ought to have gone last...
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The History of Pettis County, Missouri: Including an Authentic History of ...

Pettis County (Mo.) - 1882 - 1108 pages
...every responsibility to do it with all possible dispatch. * * * We should keep our own counsels. * * * Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go, and will go at the proper time, I have no doubt. She ought to have gone last...
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War Papers and Personal Reminiscence: 1861-1865, Volume 1

Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Missouri Commandery - Missouri - 1892 - 451 pages
...it be done. All are opposed to furnishing Mr. Lincoln with soldiers. Time will settle the balance. Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go, and will go at the proper time, I have no doubt. " She ought to have gone out...
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The Struggle for Missouri

John McElroy - Missouri - 1909 - 340 pages
...it be done. All are opposed to furnishing Mr. Lincoln with soldiers. Time will settle the balance. Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go, and will go at the proper time, I have no doubt. She ought to have gone out last...
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Missouri the center state: 1821-1915

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1915
...it be done. All are opposed to furnishing Mr. Lincoln with soldiers. Time will settle the balance. Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go and will go at the proper . time I have no doubt. She ought to have gone last...
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Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred ..., Volume 1

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1921
...it be done. All are opposed to furnishing Mr. Lincoln with soldiers. Time will settle the balance. Nothing should be said about the time or the manner in which Missouri should go out. That she ought to go and will go at the proper time I have no doubt. She ought to have gone last winter...
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