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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 8 0 Browse Search
Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 4 8 0 Browse Search
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ck closed his address by an eloquent quotation from Mr. Webster to avoid disunion, and abide by the Constitution. J. Q. A. Griffin, of Charlestown, moved that a committee be appointed to draft the customary resolutions. This motion was opposed byesident of the United States in the prosecution of this war to the entire and final suppression of this Rebellion. Mr. Griffin replied; and, although he should vote for the resolution just read, yet he wished the position of Massachusetts to be mmittee on Resolutions, which, after some further discussion, was carried; and the resolutions offered by Mr. Dana and Mr. Griffin were referred to the committee. A letter from Mr. Sumner was read, regretting his inability to accept an invitationf our soldiers, and expressed sympathy for those who had fallen. The fourth was the same which had been introduced by Mr. Griffin, complimentary to our Senators in Congress, and favoring the re-election of Mr. Sumner to the Senate by the Legislatur