The effect of a religious profession on the conduct of southern
masters is vividly described in the fol- lowing Narrative, and shown to be any thing but salutary.
The more Southern
States, from various circumstances, may not think themselves much interested in the encouragement of navigation.
Hence it might and probably would happen that the foreign nation with whom the SOUTHERN
confederacy might be at war would be the one with whom the NORTHERN confederacy would be the most desirous of preserving peace and friendship.
We subscribe to the doctrine," might one of our Southern
brethren observe, "that representation relates more immediately to persons, and taxation more immediately to property, and we join in the application of this distinction to the case of our slaves.
We camped that night at the foot of the hills we had been approaching for two days and which marked the southern
boundary of this particular sea.
One was short, very muscular, broad-shouldered, with robust limbs, strong head, an abundance of black hair, thick moustache, a quick penetrating look, and the vivacity which characterises the population of Southern
It was in 1862 that, in spite of the Southern
Members of Congress, who wished a more southerly route, it was decided to lay the road between the forty-first and forty-second parallels.
JAMES DILL, Clerk of the Southern
District of New-York
Being a slave owner and like other slave owners a politician, he was naturally an original secessionist and ardently devoted to the Southern
And as soon as silence came, I found myself in front of this extraordinary mass of faces, thinking not of them, but of that long and unhappy chapter in our country's history which followed the one great structural mistake of the Fathers of the Republic; thinking of the one continuous great problem that generations of statesmen had wrangled over, and a million men fought about, and that had so dwarfed the mass of English men in the Southern
States as to hold them back a hundred years behind their fellows in every other part of the world--in England, in Australia, and in the Northern and Western States; I was thinking of this dark shadow that had oppressed every large-minded statesman from Jefferson to Lincoln.
Napoleon's historians describe to us his skilled maneuvers at Tarutino and Malo-Yaroslavets, and make conjectures as to what would have happened had Napoleon been in time to penetrate into the rich southern
I must own that we found it far prettier than anything we had known in Southern
Ohio, which we were so fond of and so loath to leave, and as I look back it still seems to me one of the prettiest little places I have ever known, with its white wooden houses, glimmering in the dark of its elms and maples, and their silent gardens beside each, and the silent, grass- bordered, sandy streets between them.
Dimly, to the west, we could see the farther shore of the inland sea, and southwest the large southern
island loomed distinctly before us.
If you will cast your eye over this map, you will see that we have at our disposal the whole of the southern
portion of Texas and Florida.
To observers in the southern
hemisphere (Patagonia for example), the moon's west would be quite to their left, and the east to their right, as the south is behind them.