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to Captain John Brown, Senior, of Kansas:
To you, Old Hero, I dedicate this record of my Talks with the Slaves in the Southern States.
To you is due our homage for first showing how, and how alone, the gigantic crime of our age and nation can be effectually blotted out from our soil forever.
You have pr bravery on the field; but more for your religious integrity of character and resolute energy of anti-slavery zeal.
Rifle in hand, you put the brave young men of Kansas to shame ; truth in heart, you rendered insignificant the puerile programmes of anti-slavery politicians.
You have no confidence in any man, plan or party thatmptly — by law, if we can do it ; over it, if more speedily by such action; peacefully if we can, but forcibly and by bloodshed if we must So am I.
You went to Kansas, when the troubles broke out there — not to settle or speculate --or from idle curiosity: but for one stern, solitary purpose--to have a shot at the South. So did