But, he added, "we can have no partnership with the Bolters."
The seceders or "bolters" made the following address, to which they appended their States and names.
The hearers were captivated and listened approvingly to a round scoring of the opponents of the “bolters.”
He says they are seceders, bolters, because they withdrew from a party convention when it failed to announce their principles.
The bolters held a meeting in another hall and called a convention of their element of the party in Richmond in June.
They called themselves Democrats, and, with the modesty peculiar to bolters, claimed to be the only "Simon-pure."
Have advised my heads of regiments to make a canvass of those remaining, all bolters to be read out of the phalanx.
He had carried it in his pocket for three days, but the course of the bolters, he said, had prevented him from using it.
Douglas reminded his opponent sharply that the bolters at Charleston seceded, not on the candidate, but on the platform.
Mrs. Bolters humble servant, said Fagin, bowing with grotesque politeness.