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ing him to freedom, his dole is five dollars. In response for Massachusetts, he emphatically asserted, there are other things. Something surely must be pardoned to her history. In Massachusetts stands Boston. In Boston stands Faneuil Hall, where, throughout the perils which preceded the Revolution, our patriot fathers assembled to vow themselves to freedom. Here, in those days, spoke James Otis, full of the thought that the people's safety is the law of God. Here also spoke James Warren, inspired by the sentiment that death with all its tortures is preferable to slavery. And here also thundered John Adams, fervid with the conviction that consenting to slavery is a sacrilegious breach of trust. Not far from this venerable hall — between this temple of freedom and the very court-house to which the senator [Mr. Jones] has referred — is the street where, in 1770, the first blood was spilt in conflict between British troops and American citizens; and among the victims was o