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ur of nations. compliments of Richard Cobden, Chief-justice Story, and Theodore Parker. extracts from the speech. efforts to prevent the final vote on the Annexation of Texas. Mr. Sumner takes open ground against slavery in his speech of Nov. 4, 1845. extracts from this speech. notice of Mr. Sumner's stand by Mr. Wilson. Mr. Sumner's preparation for his course. his Persistency. Though all the winds of doctrine were let loose to play upon the earth, so Truth be in the field, we do ions signed, in various sections of our State, and eloquent speeches made by Edmund Quincy, Henry Wilson, Theodore Parker, William Henry Channing, R. W. Emerson, and others, with the design of influencing Congress on the final vote, On the 4th of November, 1845, a large meeting was held in Faneuil Hall in Boston, at which resolutions drawn up by Mr. Sumner were presented, setting forth that the annexation of Texas was sought for the purpose of increasing the market in human flesh, of extending an