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Some Democratic Legislatures had approved of the Kansas Bill; others had condemned it.

Until, therefore, the National Democratic Convention which was to meet in the summer of 1856 to nominate a candidate for the Presidency, had authoritatively announced itself in favor of the principle embodied in the Kansas Law, the Anti-Nebraska Democrats still claimed to be considered members of the party, although Douglas in his speeches and by his press-organs had already denounced them as traitors, as Abolitionists and Disunionists.

I have already, and shall hereafter, circulate your letter extensively in my Senatorial District. The eyes of the people of the State are turned to your Congressional District, and it is felt that your name in a canvass will insure success.

We outsiders hope you will make the fight." The Democratic State Convention in May, under the influence of Douglas, the pressure of the administration, and the very strong feeling against the Abolitionists in the south of the State, which was transferred, as was expected, to the Republicans, endorsed Douglas's repeal of the Missouri Compromise and his phantom "Squatter Sovereignty," nominated William A.

I received letters of approval from many parts of the State. Palmer wrote me from Carlinville, March 12, 1856, as follows: "I write to thank you for your well-timed and admirably written letter, which precisely expresses the opinion of every true, conservative Democrat with whom I have conversed.

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At a mass-meeting in Chicago, called by his friends, he was unable to get a hearing.Thousands of Democrats in the North, waiting for the National Democratic party to declare itself on the slavery question, had not yet joined the Republicans. On the 22d of February, 1856, a meeting had been held at Decatur by the Republican editors of the State, who had appointed me one of the State Central Committee to aid in calling together an Anti-Nebraska Convention to be held at Bloomington in May.