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" Gentlemen, this is no war of sections, — no war of North on South. It is waged to avenge no former wrongs, nor to perpetuate ancient griefs or memories of conflict. It is the struggle of the people to vindicate their own rights, to retain and invigorate... "
Massachusetts in the War, 1861-1865 - Page 12
by James Lorenzo Bowen - 1888 - 1029 pages
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Address of His Excellency John A. Andrew

Massachusetts. Governor (1861-1866 : Andrew) - Massachusetts - 1861 - 48 pages
...after the close of a laborious session. Gentlemen,—This is no war of sections,—no war of North on South. It is waged to avenge no former wrongs, nor...to retain and invigorate the institutions of their fathers,—the majestic effort of a National Government to vindicate its power and execute its functions...
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court

Massachusetts - Session laws - 1861
...after the close of a laborious session. Gentlemen,—This is no war of sections,—no war of North on South. It is waged to avenge no former wrongs, nor...to retain and invigorate the institutions of their fathers,—the majestic effort of a National Government to vindicate its power and execute its functions...
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The Massachusetts register. Serial no., 94

Massachusetts register - 1862
...on South ; no war to avenge former wrongs, nor to perpetuate ancient griefs. It is the struggle of a people to vindicate their own rights, to retain and invigorate the institutions of their fathers. The guns pointed at Sumter announced to Major Anderson and his men their introduction into the noble...
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A HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS IN THE CIVIL WAR

WILLIAM SCHOULER - 1868
...ought to discourage the good or to alarm the brave." The Governor then spoke of the nature of the war. "This is no war of sections, no war of North and South....and invigorate the institutions of their fathers." He then recapitulated the services of the Massachusetts troops, — their prompt response to the call...
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A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War, Volume 1

William Schouler - Massachusetts - 1868
...ought to discourage the good or to alarm the brave." The Governor then spoke of the nature of the war. "This is no war of sections, no war of North and South....and invigorate the institutions of their fathers." He then recapitulated the services of the Massachusetts troops, — their prompt response to the call...
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History of the United States of America: 1861-1865. The civil war

James Schouler - United States - 1800
...of slave States and slaveholders drew sword with them. Civil war began, in Northern estimation, as "the struggle of the people to vindicate their own...to retain and invigorate the institutions of their fathers."1 Scarcely had an American bard struck his lyre to another chord of patriotism, save the courageous...
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History of the United States of America Under the Constitution, Volume 6

James Schouler - United States - 1899
...of slave States and slaveholders drew sword with them. Civil war began, in Northern estimation, as " the struggle of the people to vindicate their own rights, to retain and invigorate the institut ions of their fathers."1 Scarcely had an American bard struck his lyre to another chord of...
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The Life of John A. Andrew: Governor of Massachusetts, 1861-1865, Volume 1

Henry Greenleaf Pearson - Massachusetts - 1904
...offend the loyalty of others. " This is no war of sections," he said, " no war of North on South. ... It is the struggle of the People to vindicate their...retain and invigorate the institutions of their fathers . . . and therefore while I do not forget, I will not name to-day that ' subtle poison ' which has...
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Political Opinion in Massachusetts During Civil War and ..., Volume 74, Issue 2

Edith Ellen Ware - Massachusetts - 1916 - 219 pages
...of sections, — no war of North or South. It is waged to avenge no former wrongs, nor to propitiate ancient griefs or memories of conflict. It is the...and invigorate the institutions of their fathers, — the majestic effort of a National Government to vindicate its power and execute its functions for...
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Address of His Excellency John A Andrew - May 14 1861

...the close of a laborious session. Gentlemen, — This is no war of sections, — no war of North on South. It is waged to avenge no former wrongs, nor...and invigorate the institutions of their fathers, — the majestic effort of a National Government to vindicate its power and execute its functions for...
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