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I am, I hope, too good a patriot to be a secessionist, much less a rebel.
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The federal system established in 1789 had to fight the secessionist efforts of the confederated slave-holding states.
But every member of this church, he added, must be loyal, and therefore no secessionist could join.
A Douglas Democrat, a Douglas elector, and a strong secessionist, who had deserted to the enemy.
Houston and Pryor (see Brewer, pp. 324, 326) were neither Union nor secessionist, but constitutional.
Such are the views of one who seems to know what a real Southern-sympathizing secessionist is made of.
It was one of the hottest secessionist spots in the State, any Union sentiment that might have existed, being carefully concealed.
Carter's quarters were a large brick house belonging to a lately wealthy but now impoverished and exiled Secessionist.
This suited Madame's purposes precisely; she could thereby be Federal at home and Secessionist abroad.
Immense quantities of tobacco were abandoned by the Secessionist citizens who left town.

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