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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 40: outrages in Kansas.—speech on Kansas.—the Brooks assault.—1855-1856. (search)
his lips, he struck with his full strength Morgan's testimony, Congressional Globe, p. 1357; Too evidence he desisted when pinioned by Murray. Morgan coming, on the other hand, through the open spgan's testimony, Congressional Globe, p. 1357. Morgan gave an account of the scene after Sumner's ded into the Boston Commonwealth, May 23, 1874. Morgan died at Aurora, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1881, and MurrGorman went forward, but he was anticipated by Morgan and Murray, though coming from a further pointlist) to reach the spot sooner than Murray and Morgan is not easily understood. William Y. Leaderngressional Globe, p. 1354; Foster's, p. 1356; Morgan's, p. 1357; Holland's, p. 1358; Sutton's, p. 1ter's testimony, Congressional Globe, p. 1356. Morgan and others held him up as he walked to the antNew York Tribune, May 23. The shirt-sleeves of Morgan, who had held his head, were saturated with blood; Morgan's testimony, Congressional Globe, p. 1357. his lead was still bleeding copiously when[7 more...]