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to hold the men being apprehended, Sumner hurried to the jail, and taking them in a carriage, put them in charge of a friend, who conveyed them the same night to Baltimore, and a few hours later they were at the North and out of danger.
Boston Commonwealth, August 12.
See articles in the Commonwealth, August 12 and 24, explaini of Boston.
Your own soul would rebuke you if you did.
To John Bigelow, June 9:—
I longed to see you. When you called I was at Eames's, discoursing on Baltimore and its scenes.
Of Franklin Pierce, as Democratic candidate for President. makes me lament anew the fatal 1849, when the Barnburners and the e to see you on my way through New York, to converse on many things.
I regret very much that John Van Buren has gone into this campaign.
If he could not oppose Baltimore he should have been silent.
Even Weller, with whom has been speaking in New Hampshire, says he ought to have gone to Europe.
My admiration and attachment for h