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the views expressed by Senator Seward, Hinton Helper's Impending Crisis soon afterwards appeared, a book well calculated to alarm the southern people. This was ushered into the world by the following warm commendation from Mr. Seward himself: Fowler's Sectional Controversy, p. 205. I have read the Impending crisis of the South with great attention. It seems to me a work of great merit, rich yet accurate in statistical information, and logical in analysis. On the 9th of March, 1859, a Repesperate fanatic, it would have had no lasting effect. It was the enthusiastic and permanent approbation of the object of his expedition by the abolitionists of the North, which spread alarm and apprehension throughout the South. We are told by Fowler in his Sectional Controversy, that on the day of Brown's execution bells were tolled in many places, cannon fired, and prayers offered up for him as if he were a martyr; he was placed in the same category with Paul and Silas, for whom prayers wer