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Wendell Phillips, Theodore C. Pease, Speeches, Lectures and Letters of Wendell Phillips: Volume 2, Daniel O'Connell (1875.) (search)
Whose hat is this? Well, Mr. O'Connell, that is Mike's hat. --How do you know it? I will swear to it, sir. --And did you really find it by the murdered man? I did that, sir. --But you're not ready to swear that? I am, indeed, Mr. O'Connell. --Pat, do you know what hangs on your word? A human soul. And with that dread burden, are you ready to tell this jury that the hat, to your certain knowledge, belongs to the prisoner? Y-yes, Mr. O'Connell, yes, I am. O'Connell takes the hat to the nearest window, and peers into it,--J-a-m-e-s, James. Now, Pat, did you see that name in the hat? I did, Mr. O'Connell. --You knew it was there? Yes, sir; I read it after I picked it up. --No name in the hat, your honor. So again in the House of Commons. When he took his seat in the House of 1830, the London Times visited him with its constant indignation, reported his speeches awry, turned them inside out, and made nonsense of them; treated him as the New York Herald used to treat us A