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at Baltimore, and the Democratic statesmen of New York, embracing such men as Silas Wright and Gov. Dix, were preparing to stand by their former political leader, in making some movement to resist the imperious demands of the slave power.
Salmon P. Chase, who entertained strong anti-slavery sentiments, as well as Joshua Giddings, commanded great influence in Ohio, while Mr. Charles Francis Adams, and his friend, Charles Sumner, were putting forth their mightiest efforts to restore to the oldf the North, and there it was to fight its last fight before it dissolved in the fires of the Rebellion.
In the Senate, Mr. Sumner was to appear in the list as a Free-Soiler.
There were but two others who claimed that distinction—Salmon P. Chase, from Ohio, and John P. Hale, from New Hampshire.
These were but the morning-stars of the great day of emancipation that was so soon to dawn upon a redeemed country, and a disenthralled race.
In his letter to the Legislature of the State