Here is a brief report in the January 11, 1862 Covington Journal,reprinted from the Cincinnati Gazette.
The general verdict is that Lovejoy had the better of all his antagonists in the debate to-day. The remarks of the Kentuckians show a divided opinion among them, a part preferring the Union destroyed rather than Slavery, and part holding the opposite ground. Wickliffe is of the former category, and Mallory of the latter.
about the American Civil War
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Brief mention: Kentuckians Divided on Question of Slavery
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