Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Massachusetts” in chapter 15 of Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3:
...ently deceased, of whose sympathy he was always assured.
But the popular approval he received was all he could desire.
He wrote, September 2, to R. Schleiden: Meanwhile the good cause advances.
Massachusetts stands better, fairer, and squarer than ever before.
Sumner was not altogether sure when the session began how much he could bear.
He wrote to Whittier, Dec. 12, 1859:—
At last I am ...
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