Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. B. R. Curtis” in chapter 7 of Wendell Phillips, Theodore C. Pease, Speeches, Lectures and Letters of Wendell Phillips: Volume 2:
...wn as one evidence of success.
It used to be said that characters which needed defence were not worth defending.
Perhaps it will be found to be the case with laws.
Add that to our trophies.
Mr. B. R. Curtis --the only one of the speakers entitled to much influence or consideration — very palpably evaded any expression of opinion on the propriety or necessity of the late Fugitive Slave Bill, anothe...
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