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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1862., [Electronic resource], The right of free speech Vindicated in Massachusetts. (search)
d speedily be known as the late unlamented John A Andrew, for his speech is exceedingly free and easy — quite loose, as you may say. Then, what would become of Mr. Phillips? Does his speak in favor of the Government? Has he ever said anything in favor of any Government, except that of Bayti? Did he not lately advise a large and not to give a man or a dollar to the Government of the United States? And did not that patriotic society applaud that liberal suggestion? Shall we prosecute Mr. Phillips, therefore? Not with my good will, Not without my active resistance. I should violate the very first principles of Democracy, which is greater to me than anything but the Word of God himself, if I did not fight for Mr. Phillips's right to talktreason to any fool who wants to hear him. What was said of the Irish Troops on leaving Boston. When the regiment of the late Col. Cass went off, without an escort even of the Second Battalion, it was not actually hissed in State street,