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" I do not mean, however, by this request, that such violent measures should be used AS WOULD EXCITE A MOB OR RIOT, WHICH MIGHT BE THE CASE IF SHE HAS ADHERENTS, OR EVEN UNEASY SENSATIONS IN THE MINDS OF WELL-DISPOSED CITIZENS. Rather than either of these... "
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Freedom National; Slavery Sectional

Charles Sumner - 1852 - 78 sivua
...CASE IF SHE HAS ADHERENTS, OR EVEN UNEASY SENSATIONS IN THE MINDS OF WELL-DISPOSED CITIZENS. Rather than either of these should happen, I would forego...example, also, which is of infinite more importance. " GEORGE WASHINGTON." Mr. Whipple, in his reply, dated at Portsmouth, December 22, 1796, an autograph...

Uncle Tom in Paris: Or, Views of Slavery Outside the Cabin

Adolphus Mordecai Hart - 1854 - 81 sivua
...case if she has adherents, or even uneasy sensations in the minds of well-disposed citizens. Rather than either of these should happen, I would forego...example also, which is of infinite more importance. GEORGE WASHINGTON." Mr. Whipple, in his reply, dated at Portsmouth, December 22, 1796, an autograph...

Recent Speeches and Addresses, 1851-1855

Charles Sumner - 1856 - 562 sivua
...WHICH MIGHT BE THE CASE IF SHE HAS ADHERENTS, OR EVEN UNEASY SENSATIONS IN THE MINDS OF WELL-DISPOSED CITIZENS. Bather than either of these should happen,...example, also, which is of infinite more importance. "GEORGE WASHINGTON." Mr. Whipple, in his reply, dated at Portsmouth, December 22, 1796, an autograph...

Recent Speeches and Addresses [1851-1855]

Charles Sumner - 1856 - 697 sivua
...CASE IF Sill HAS ADHERENTS, OR EVEN UNEASY SENSATIONS IN THE MINDS op WELL-DISPOSED CITIZENS. Rather than either of these should happen, I would forego...example, also, which is of infinite more importance. " GEOROE WASHINGTON." Mr. Whipple, in his reply, dated at Portsmouth, December 22, 1796, an autograph...

Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress ..., Nide 1

United States. Congress. Senate - 1864
...case if she has adherents, or even uneasy sensations in tin' minds of well -disposed citizens. Rather than either of these should happen. I would forego...example, also, which is of infinite more importance. "GEORGE WASHINGTON." The fugitive never was returned ; but lived to a good old age — down to a recent...

The Works of Charles Sumner, Nide 3

Charles Sumner - 1871
...CASE, IF SHE HAS ADHERENTS, OR EVEN UNEASY SENSATIONS IN THE MINDS OF WELL-DISPOSED CITIZENS. Rather than either of these should happen, I would forego...example, also, which is of infinite more importance. "GEORGE WASHINGTON." Mr. Whipple, in his reply, dated at Portsmouth, December 22, 1796, an autograph...

The Works of Charles Sumner, Nide 8

Charles Sumner - 1874
...case, if she has adherents, or even uneasy sensations in the mimh of mil-disposed ciiizens. Rathcr than either of these should happen, I would forego...example, also, which is of infinite more importance." The fugitive never was returned, but survived to a good 1 See, ante, Vol. IIL p. 178. old age, down...

The Works of Charles Sumner, Nide 8

Charles Sumner - 1873
...case, if she has adherents, or even vntasy sensations in the minds of well-disposed citizen*. Rather than either of these should happen, I would forego...altogether, — and the example, also, which is of infmite more importance." The fugitive never was returned, but survived to a good old age, down to...

The Works of Charles Sumner, Nide 8

Charles Sumner - 1873
...has adherents, or even uneasy sensations in the minds of well-disposed citizens. Rather than cither of these should happen, I would forego her services...example, also, which is of infinite more importance." The fugitive never was returned, but survived to a good old age, down to a recent period, — a living...

Life and Public Services of Charles Sumner

Charles Edwards Lester - 1874 - 596 sivua
...CASE IF SHE HAS ADHERENTS, OR EVEN UNEASY SENSATIONS IN THE MINDS OF WELL-DISPOSED CITIZENS. Rather than either of these should happen, I would forego...example, also, which is of infinite more importance. " GEORGE WASHINGTON." Mr. Whipple, in his reply, dated at Portsmouth, December 22, 1796, an autograph...




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