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Newspaper Title

New-Haven Daily Register

Publication Date

1-30-1854

Publication Place

New Haven, Connecticut

Event Topic

Nebraska Bill (Jan-May 1854)

Political Party

Democratic

Region

free state

Quote

The persons who have been busiest in charging the Administration with favoring Free Soilism, are now "standing upon the other tack," and assert that the Administration is doing all it can for the benefit of slavery!

Document Type

Article (Journal or Newsletter)

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[pointing finger] The debate on the Nebraska bill, would it was thought, commence in the Senate to-day. It is not true that the democratic members from N. York have held a meeting and agreed to oppose the bill. The persons who have been busiest in charging the Administration with favoring Free Soilism, are now "standing upon the other tack," and assert that the Administration is doing all it can for the benefit of slavery! The Nebraska bill proposes to leave the question of slavery in the Territories, to the people of the same when they shall become States - which is all that any candid mind could ask. It is in the spirit of the Compromise of 1850, and is the only proper way of disposing of the question.

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Entered by Lloyd Benson. Proofed by Lloyd Benson

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cnnrkn540130a

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The persons who have been busiest in charging the Administration with favoring Free Soilism, are now "standing upon the other tack," and assert that the Administration is doing all it can for the benefit of slavery!