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The Daily Dispatch: July 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], Another Beecher Stowed. (search)
Another Beecher Stowed. The London Athenæum applauds, in terms of extravagant eulogy, a book which Mrs. Fanny Kemble Butler has published against the South. The Athenæum says Mrs. Butler went to the South willing to judge slavery fairly, but tMrs. Butler went to the South willing to judge slavery fairly, but the scenes of oppression and cruelty she witnessed were too much for her, and she had to return to the North. Her book, in the opinion of the Athenæum plays havoc with Southern chivalry and with Southern women, and even throws into the shade Mrs. Ha
many years ago, (we do not like to say how many, for gallantry would forbid us to intimate even indirectly that Mrs. Fanny Kemble Butler is an old woman,) seeing the popular Fanny Kemble when she first appeared upon the boards in the United States.
mparison with the anti slavery bigotry and intolerance manifested by the London Athenæum in its comments on her book.
Mrs. Butler has spent most of her life in Yankeedom, and never, since she left the stage, has been considered a person whose sayi