Press enter after choosing selection

Bigotry Of Slaveholders

Bigotry Of Slaveholders image
Parent Issue
Public Domain
OCR Text

Some of the rnembcrs of the last Congress scem fo be' no further advanced than vere McDuflle and Cslhoun ten years ago. One Isaac E. Morse, a Democrat [I] rom stated in a speech in Cougress, Jan. 11, 18-45: " He had traveled all over the South, and Vind visiled S iatgè number of manu-' acturifrg counties of Eurone, and he maintained that the Southern negroes were not ouly a great deal betler fed and clothed, but a greai deal moré intelligent and rcspcctablc tlum the operativas of Fjiirope. " fíe denied the principie which was assumed here as a thing conceded, namely, bat slavcry was an evil. He insisted bat ir was no kvil : on the contrary, it v.? the gfedtest Hcsntig which God Alnthtij. l;imst'I.f, covld have ordahicd, br the protection and safe keeping of a arge mnss of human beings, who were ncapahle of mainfaining and preserving