Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Boston, Massachusetts” in chapter 33 of Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2:
...d which great pains had been taken that they never should feel.
When will these orations end?
And when will they cease to be monuments of the fluctuations of public opinion and general feeling in Boston, Massachusetts , New England, and the United States?
They are infinitely more indicative of the feelings of the moment, than of the feelings that produced the Revolution.
The ex-President's criticism of the ...
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