Every Unionist ought to wish the new government to succeed; and every disunionist must desire it to fail.
There is no disunionist, that I know of, in the delegation from the State of Alabama.
He said that in talking with a disunionist a few days ago he asked what the South demanded and what would satisfy them.
Not a disunionist, at all events; but a disunionist in a certain event.
He was active in many ways as an abolitionist, but was not a disunionist.
Far all practical purposes, then, Mr. Pendleton is just as much a secessionist and disunionist as Jefferson Davis.
He is a disunionist, too, and his very raiment should bear witness against this feeding of his enemies.
Nor was Whittier himself ever a disunionist, even on anti-slavery grounds.
At Baltimore, he averred that while Breckinridge was not a disunionist, every disunionist was a Breckinridge man.
Brown was a disunionist, and believed his revolution would result in a dissolution of the Union.