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" There remains then for us no choice but to continue this contest to a final issue ; for the people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible they would ever consent to purchase, at the cost of degradation and slavery,... "
HISTORIES OF THE SEVERAL REGIMENTS AND BATTALIONS FROM NORTH CAROLINA IN THE ... - Page 394
by MEMBERS OF THE RESPECTIVE COMMANDS - 1901
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The History, Civil, Political and Military, of the Southern ..., Volume 3

Orville James Victor - United States - 1861
...ns no choice, but to continue the contest to a final issue ; for the people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them/' The Confederate Congress resolved to adjourn Saturday, March llth....
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The Annual Register, Volume 107

Edmund Burke - History - 1866
...continue the contest to its final issue. The people of the Confederacy can have but little love for him who supposes it possible they would ever consent...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them." In the mean time severe fighting was going on in the vicinity of...
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Annual Register

History - 1866
...continue the contest to its final issue. The people of the Confederacy can have but little love for him who supposes it possible they would ever consent...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them." In the mean time severe fighting was going on in the vicinity of...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of ..., Volume 5; Volume 1865

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1870
...us no choice but to continue this contest to a final issue ; for the people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them." This message (tee PUBLIC DOCUMENTS) was regarded by Congress as asserting...
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The Davis memorial volume, or, Our dead president, Jefferson Davis and the ...

John William Jones - 1889 - 672 pages
...for us no choice but to continue this contest to a final issue; for the people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible...their own negroes and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them. "Having thus fully placed before you the information requisite to...
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Abraham Lincoln: A History, Volume 10

John George Nicolay, John Hay - United States - 1890 - 470 pages
...stating that " much benefit is anticipated from this measure," that " The people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them." Jefferson Davis was strongly addicted to political contradictions,...
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Abraham Lincoln: a history

John George Nicolay, John Hay - Presidents - 1890 - 470 pages
...can be but little known to him who Davis supposes it possible they would ever consent to purehase, at the cost of degradation and slavery, permission...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the 1866, , ,, _ PP. 718, 719. conqueror to rule over them." Jefferson Davis was strongly addieted...
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A compilation of the messages and papers of the confederacy: including the ...

Confederate States of America. President - History - 1904
...issue, for the people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible that they would ever consent to purchase at the cost of...their own negroes and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them. Having thus fully placed before you the information requisite to enable...
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Congressional Serial Set

Confederate States of America. Congress - Confederate States of America - 1904
...us no choice but to continue the contest to a final issue for the people of the Confederacy can be but little known to him who supposes it possible...they would ever consent to purchase, at the cost of degredation and slavery, permission to live in a country garrisoned by their own negroes" and governed...
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The United States of America: a pictorial history of the American ..., Volume 3

William Torrey Harris, Edward Everett Hale, Oscar Phelps Austin, George Cary Eggleston, Nelson Appleton Miles, Imperial publishing company, New York - United States - 1906
...continue the contest to its final issue. The people of the Confederacy can have but little love for him who supposes it possible they would ever consent...their own negroes, and governed by officers sent by the conqueror to rule over them." CHAPTER XXXIII. EVENTS OF 1865. SURRENDER OF LEE. ON the 5th of February,...
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