When, on one or two former occasions, -- after advancing the suggestion that
the introduction of the Nebraska bill was premature, and expressing our well-
grounded opinion of the motives of
In view of the general proposition involved in the Nebraska bill, our hope
now is that it will be so modified as to be no longer obnoxious to
the special objections urged against it; and, if it cannot be passed because of
those who take care of the public money and Indians,
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