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Chapter 22: 1848! Revolutions in Europe the Tribune exults the Slievegammon letters Taylor and Fillmore course of the Tribune Horace Greeley at Vauxhall garden his election to Congress. The Year of Hope! You have not forgotten, O reader, the thrill, the tumult, the ecstasy of joy with which, on the morning of March 28th, 1848, you read in the morning papers these electric and transporting capitals. Regale your eyes with them once more: Fifteen days later from Europe.
I cannot pretend to support him with enthusiasm, for I do not feel any.
Yet while I frankly avow that I would do little merely to make Gen. Taylor President, I cannot forget that others stand or fall with him, and that among them are Fillmore and Fish and Patterson, with whom I have battled for the Whig cause ever since I was entitled to vote, and to whom I cannot now be unfaithful.
I cannot forget that if Gen. Taylor be elected we shall in all probability have a Whig Congress; if G