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ssorship in the University of Jena, and compelled to seek shelter from official prosecution in Switzerland, on account of his liberal political opinions.
He became Professor of Civil Law in the University of Basle.
The governments of Prussia, Austria, and Russia united in demanding his delivery as a political offender; and, in consequence, he left Switzerland, and came to the United States.
At the time of the formation of the American Anti-Slavery Society he was a Professor in Harvard Univeontinents!—combining The strength of Europe with the warmth and glow Of Asian song and prophecy,—the shining Of Orient splendors over Northern snow! Who shall receive him?
Who, unblushing, speak Welcome to him, who, while he strove to break The Austrian yoke from Magyar necks, smote off At the same blow the fetters of the serf, Rearing the altar of his Fatherland On the firm base of freedom, and thereby Lifting to Heaven a patriot's stainless hand, Mocked not the God of Justice with a lie! Who