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  • F.W. Pickens, in retiring from office, and the Governor elect, upon entering on the duties of the station assigned to him, addressed the General Assembly in an impressive and eloquent manner upon the present condition and future prospects of the State, and the duties of her citizens in the exigencies which await them.

    Journal of the Senate of South Carolina: Being the Session of 1862.

  • Wm.S. Barry, and that he be requested to address the Legislature on the present condition and future prospects of the country, and that the Clerk be requested to furnish Col. Barry with a copy of this resolution.

    Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Mississippi, December Session of 1862, and November Session of 1863

  • From the period of Dr. Jones's conversion no subject more constantly occupied his thoughts, or more deeply enlisted his feelings, than the condition and future prospects

    The African preacher : an authentic narrative,

  • I was daily dunned by a Company who had formerly made a small loan to the United States, the principal of which was now become due; and our bankers in Amsterdam had notified me, that the interest on our general debt would be expected in June; that if we failed to pay it, it would be deemed an act of bankruptcy, and would effectually destroy the credit of the Upited States, and all future prospects of obtaining money there; that the loan they had been authorized to open, of which a third only was filled, had now ceased to get forward, and rendered desperate that hope of resource.

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies


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