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Note Title from content provider. Library Locations Map Details. I deny that you are authorized to administer such an oath.
You have organized a big Southern mob--not a Government. You have never been recognized by any civilized Government on the face of God Almighty's earth, and you never will be.
And yet you are here asking me to take the oath of allegiance to the vilest mob that was ever organized South of Mason and Dixon's line. Not wishing to be profane, nor desiring to be regarded by you in that light, permit me to conclude my remarks by saying that I will see your Southern Confederacy in the infernal regions, and you high on top of it before I will take the oath. Brownlow replied that it was the right way to make men understand each other.
The General turned upon his heel, tipped his duck-bill cap and walked off. When the speaker entered the jail he found among the inmates three Baptist preachers.
One of them, a Mr. Pope, 77 years of age, was charged with having prayed to the Lord to bless the President of the United States, to bless the General Government, and put an end to this unhol war.