“Untitled,” Raleigh (NC) Standard, November 14, 1860, p. 3: 1.
Raleigh Weekly Standard
Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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It is stated that seventeen law students have left Cambridge law school on account of the election of Lincoln. On the night of the 9th a meeting of Southern medical students was held in New York, at which considerable discussion took place. Much feeling was evinced. The students determined to remain and abide the action of their respective States. One of the students, a North-Carolinian, is reported to have said: “I tell you what, I’m a North-Carolinian, and I’m not going to secede just because South-Carolina secedes. I owe South-Carolina no allegiance.” Good for him.