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Chapter 27: recently. Deliverance from party a private platform last interview with Henry Clay Horace Greeley a farmer he irrigates and drains his advice to a young man the daily Times a costly mistake the isms of the Tribune the
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In the summer of 1852, Horace Greeley performed the melancholy duty of finishing Sargent's Life of Henry Clay.
He added little, however, to Mr. Sargent's narrative, except the proceedings of Congress on the occasion of Mr. Clay'Mr. Clay's death and funeral.
One paragraph, descriptive of the last interview between the dying statesman and the editor of the Tribune, claims insertion:
Learning from others, says Mr. Greeley, how ill and feeble he was, I had not intended to call upon humble and inoffensive negro whom they had learned to regard as a neighbor.
I think I may without impropriety say that Mr. Clay regretted that more care had not been taken in its passage to divest this act of features needlessly repulsive to Northe