ription of him
Treaty for suppressing the Slave trade
speech against rendition of fugitives
the battle-flag Resolution
Sumner endorsed by Gen. Scott
answer to how will all this end?
an American Slave Empire
Gov. Stanley closes Colored Schools
Sumner calls for information
Sumner's confidence in Lincoln
eral and patriot who was then putting forth his last and best efforts for his country in the midst of her trouble.
In his Autobiography, volume I, page 190, Lieut.-Gen. Scott left these imperishable words:
It had been proposed, without due reflection, by one of our gallant commanders engaged in the suppression of the existing om the army!
It seemed as though I never could get back when I got home.
I got away; and I wandered, and wandered.—Oh, how tired I was Where is McDowell?— Is General Scott dead?
They said so. Did they carry off Old Abe?
How did he get back?
Did the Rebels get into Washington that night?
How long have I been sick?