Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dr. Ellis” in chapter 23 of Wendell Phillips, Theodore C. Pease, Speeches, Lectures and Letters of Wendell Phillips: Volume 2:

...und, raises higher the life, enlarges the thought, strengthens the virtue, and deepens the manhood of those who hear it. I wish, therefore, a pulpit like this, wholly unfettered. The reason why Dr. Ellis has to apologize for the pulpit is simply this. It is a melancholy truth, and it is a truth which seems harsh in the saying, but it is a true saying, and it is one necessary that somebody should sa...
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