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And might not Austria become heretic and secede from the papal rule?
A SHORT HISTORY OF ITALYHENRY DWIGHT SEDGWICK
She did not secede in the interest of slavery nor for the purpose of war.
His refusal to allow a drop of blood to be shed caused Young Ireland to secede.
THE GLORIES OF IRELANDEDITED BY JOSEPH DUNN AND P.J. LENNOX
However, I never deemed it for the best interests of the South to secede.
THE IRON FURNACEJOHN H. AUGHEY
And if their case be otherwise, their secession, if secede they did, has still no weight.
He thought that South Carolina ought to secede, but not alone; and that a union in favor of secession would take place.
But this dodges the blow, by confounding the claim to secede at will with the right of seceding from intolerable oppression.
Her convention, called for the purpose of considering the matter, voted not to secede.
Townsville is the most rising place of the north of Queensland, and, should it secede from the south, will become the capital.
FORTY THOUSAND MILES OVER LAND AND WATERLADY (ETHEL GWENDOLINE [MOFFATT]) VINCENT
The framers of the Constitution knew that the question of the right of a State to secede was thus left unsettled.

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