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The Daily Dispatch: April 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 21 1 Browse Search
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vered by a young lady in Brooklyn [Meaning Miss Dickenson.] --The lecture of that lady has endeavoref freedom. And yet the "gifted lecturer" (Miss Dickenson) would insult the memory of George Washingtry who considered the negro all mankind. Miss Dickenson had said that this war for the freedom of on. She (Miss Webb) thought when she read Miss Dickenson's lecture that instead of being entitled "r white men only, and their posterity. If Miss Dickenson had said that either the Constitution or A conflict" our troubles really began. Miss Dickenson had said that slavery was the cause of the, in carrying on a war for their freedom. Miss Dickenson had alluded to General McClellan as "the G-[Cheering.] The lecturer referred to Miss Dickenson's statement, that the army was not fightinhe thought it would be a good idea to send Miss Dickenson to the army to inform it of the objects itwhich our Constitution is established. If Miss Dickenson's idea is carried out the country ought to[1 more...]