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A letter to a Whig member of the Southern Independence Association
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A Letter to a Whig Member of the Southern Independence Association Throughout the Letter many points of general and permanent importance are discussed. but sympathizing with the Confederates, the Southern Independence Association of London has been formed, to act in concert with that which is so actively and usefully at work in.
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The extreme southern-rights press disapproved of further wrangling, and advocated immediate separation if federal legislation and patronage should pass to the control of the anti-slavery party.