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856; Lib. 26.87. of the United States by the nephew of one of his colleagues, a Representative from South Carolina, Preston S. Brooks. The speech which drew down upon the Massachusetts Senator this murderous assault, was entitled The Crime against the power of the Lib. 26:[30], [151]. Administration in support of the pro-slavery invaders of Kansas, publicly approved Brooks's action. Senator Douglas, the Lib. 26.173. arch-contriver of the Kansas iniquity, witnessed without emotion and without interfering (lest his motives might be misconstrued Lib. 26.91, 103.) the plying of the dragoon strokes which Brooks had learnt in the Mexican War; and Lib. 26.87. afterwards took the stump with the South Carolinian in behalf Lib. 26.107. of Buchwho meant Lib. 30.17. what they said, as was proved four years later. Toombs, and Mason, and Rhett, gave fair warning. Brooks Lib. 26: [142], 169, 185. recommended that the South rise, march on Washington, and seize the archives and the Treasury: