Your letter of the alterations I received, and thank you for the information
it cautions. The cusasuce you clearly speek of, the conversation in
way, had been agreed to by one ground count favoring to their reasons
the recommendation of Carysps, and they have this appointed Mr. Dassa,
Mr. Ghing, Mr. Levy, Mr. Strary and Mr. Josham for their delegates,
and mean to coreseption them for the words of their recommendation.
There were several others on both houses as to the persons to be elected.
Throughout thus inease way not appear to the ferfility regular, and
Careisutrioul are not Favorn by any war in the forum of the few oval
governemtns, than of the States; yet I confess I am full in idea of
its nofindieruy from a conviction, that there is no other wate that
can give us any chances of obtaining a government, capable of managing
the affairs of the Union. It is to be sure from being certain, whether
any advantages to the Union will result from it. But as it is clear,
in any mind, that we are not long as yet under Jamesent System; and
that unless we soon aiquires war fares to the Union by some way or another,
insurection will arise and intentionallyy take the ruins from us; I
am for trying any reasons that promises in any a probability of severals.
We unite within the powers of the union to a slagus capable of suggesting
and arrainging the affairs of the nation with dignity and energy, and
this by an act of deliberation and observation, or we shall inevitably
____into general confusion and _______, which in ill result in wars
foreign wants, established within the hopes of washed blood, isolates
and alienates in its nation, and its nature, and the effect of urespity
and chance. In this situation, when no other reach is suggested which
affords wars alien of Europe, I am dearly of opinion that to use a proposition
of this kind, _____ affect a way be any uncertain, would be indispensable
for I can not that in any situation- result of the conversation as against
us from confusion and _____- against us. If a system can be advised
to save us from confusion and elestaps, and we must lather for what
in any exile cut of grand dissorder, the sooner we are brought to a
depression unfound this point the better; it is surely uncomfortable
to remain laripen in ________ _____ situation, and the sooner and unions
raped by __ ______ us, the shorter will its aleration be, and of lapslout
will probably be the political dignity which will result while we __
of warning off the evil in a way of conversation, we shall not fratiaritly
submit to a tyranical anarchy, won ____ to ____ anarchy advantage; from
a State __; but of having tried the _____ rurant and found that one
national government want any out of uncapability allows the effect of
confusion, we shall than give way to a good _______.
The propers will have informed you of the desires of one government
the legislation have behaved well and candisented with spirit. They
have adopted one energetic system of probing with respect to the rebels,
perhaps in sour instances they have carried their reputination too far.
The situation appears to be in a good degree of severity even of the
rebels isdepressed. But the sand yet remainds in the soil. The spirit
of faction and rebellion is far from being subdued. It can be rooted
out without the cooperation of the other notions of the States. Which
rebels can find a shelter in the eyes of States, they will not ____
______ this desposition themselves, but they will ___ it to the _______
their _____, ____one as prosper to rebellion as any, and from the __
_____ the evil appears to use to arise naturally and out of arm cages.
The trumpets of the international prants to the States and rest sound
probing, or _, and to little virtues __ themselves. They have ____-
too will ______ with their own weight in political seals, under such
government. As _____ down contorted in their proper ruins, whom they
____ others proposed of in ____ in a property ___ themselves. With the
feelings and ____, and they will not be _____ whiles ________ as to
_________ prosperity; and _____ of their ___________ ______, they will
not ________ easy tine they probed the ruins of government and have
divided property with Bittons, whey rely be corruped by fares to submit
to their proper stations and under of being which of th ___ the want
lepely to happen, and than is in my mind nearly mentioned- the lead
of this rebellion, both as to the brains and rumors of it is equally
so of _____.
I have not seen turns to arily to slayus you to four and the inisposed
letter and hoping of you any to spare to any __ ___.
waste luisirn have I will write you again.