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Remarks of Mr. Singer, February 6, 1847

Remarks of Mr. Collins, February 6, 1847

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DEBATE IN ASSEMBLY, FEBRUARY 9, 1847

299

PART IV REJECTION OF THE CONSTITUTION: POPULAR PROCEED-

INGS AND DEBATE

SELECTIONS FROM THE MADISON Wisconsin Argus

311

The Constitution Commended

311

Exclusive Orders

311

Sixth Section of the Bank Article

312

The Sixth Section: Objection No. 1

314

The Sixth Section: Objection No. 2

316

Reasons for Supporting the Constitution

319

Meeting of the Democratic Members of the Legislature 320

The Resolutions

322

What is the Leading Objection to the Constitution?

? 324

To the Candid and Reflecting

325

The Green Bay Advocate Answered

327

Anticonstitution Rally at Milwaukee

328

The Sixth Section: Objections Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6

330

The Sixth Section: Objection No. 7

331

Right of Foreigners to Hold and Transmit Property

335

The Assumption

337

The Issue

339

The Reason Assigned

341

The Constitution-On Schools

343

The Result

344

The Course of the Democrat

346

The Position of J. A. Noonan

348

SELECTIONS FROM THE Madison Wisconsin Democrat

353

Opposition to the Constitution

353

Prospects of the Constitution

355

The Exemption

356

The Personnel of the Opponents

358

"Agricola's" Views on the Rights of Married Women

360

Suffrage and the Elective Franchise

363

Resolutions in Support of the Constitution

364

"Agricola's" Views on Exemption

369

A Meeting of the Opponents

371

Times that Try Men's Souls

373

Are They Honest?

375

"Agricola's" Views on the Judiciary

376

Views of "Home" on Exemption

379

The Bank Article

380

An Argument for Homestead Exemption

381

SELECTIONS FROM THE Madison Express

384

Massachusetts' Provision for The Rights of Married Women 384

A New Convention

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Appeal of the Whigs of Milwaukee
John H. Tweedy's Defense
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SELECTIONS FROM THE MILWAUKEE Courier

549

The Constitution-No. 1.

549

Gen. King versus the Constitution

550

The Constitution-No. 2.

551

The Exemption Clause

554

The Courier Criticized by Andrew E. Elmore

556

Concerning the “Lord's Day” Caucus

557

The Election of Judges

558

Grand Rally for the Constitution—The Multitude in Mo-

tion

561

Review of Marshall M. Strong's Speech

564

Homestead Exemption

587

Arguments of W. K. Wilson

590

Strong's Roosters

593

Address to the People of Wisconsin

594

Plead the Cause of the Poor and Needy

610

Proconstitution Rally at Waukesha

611

The Result

612

A Democratic Post Mortem

614

Josiah A. Noonan Answered

616

SELECTIONS FROM THE LANCASTER Wisconsin Herald

624

A Ballad of the Convention

624

The Boundaries of Wisconsin

625

Defects of the Constitution

626

Another Convention

627

The Constitution

628

Buckeye's Views of the Constitutional Situation

629

SELECTIONS FROM THE PRAIRIEVILLE American Freeman

633

An Appeal for Negro Suffrage

633

Universal Suffrage

634

An Unconstitutional Constitution

635

Shall We Vote for the Constitution?

637

An Abolitionist Subscriber's Views

639

A Brief Appeal to the Citizens of Wisconsin on Colored Suf-

frage

644

SELECTIONS FROM THE PRAIRIE Du Chien Patriot

647

Views of “Old Crawford Forever"-No. 1

647

Views of "Old Crawford Forever"-No. 2

650

“Old Crawford Forever" Answered

655

Views of “Old Crawford Forever”–No. 3

656

Views of “Old Crawford Forever"—No. 4

659

Views of "Old Crawford Forever"--No. 5

662

A Second Reply to “Old Crawford Forever"

665

Views of “Old Crawford Forever"—No. 6

667

SELECTIONS FROM THE PLATTEVILLE Independent American

672

Views of “A Farmer of Grant”—No. 1

672

Views of “A Farmer of Grant”—No. 2

674

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ILLUSTRATIONS

PAGE Edward George Ryan

Frontispiece From an oil portrait in the Wisconsin State Capitol James Madison Goodhue

218 From an oil portrait owned by the Minnesota Historical So

ciety Marshall Mason Strong .

236 From a photograph supplied by courtesy of Ullman Strong Edward Vernon Whiton .

412 From an oil portrait in the Wisconsin State Capitol Abram Daniel Smith

564 From a daguerreotype in the Wisconsin Historical Library

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