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Newspaper Title

New-Haven Daily Register

Publication Date

2-6-1854

Publication Place

New Haven, Connecticut

Event Topic

Nebraska Bill (Jan-May 1854)

Political Party

Democratic

Region

free state

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its sole object is to confirm the principles of the Compromise of 1850, and remove the question of slavery from the National Councils.

Document Type

Article (Journal or Newsletter)

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[pointing finger] The New Orleans Bulletin (a flaming whig paper,) is opposed to the Nebraska bill, because, as it claims, it will be of "no practical use to the South," and unjust to "the North." Its opponents at the North, claim that it is giving everything to the South -- and so the two pie-bald wings of disaffection confuse each other. Our opinion is, that the bill was not framed with any special reference to the tastes or wishes of either of them; but that its sole object is to confirm the principles of the Compromise of 1850, and remove the question of slavery from the National Councils. This is what the true men of "the North" want -- and what they believe Mr. Douglas' bill is calculated to accomplish.

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its sole object is to confirm the principles of the Compromise of 1850, and remove the question of slavery from the National Councils.