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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter 4: Exodus. (search)
aster,) who fought against the liberation. Now for a comparison. Eleven persons are forcibly restored to their natural and inalienable rights, with but one man killed, and all hell is stirred from beneath. It is currently reported that the Governor of Missouri has made a requisition upon the Governor of Kansas for the delivery of all such as were concerned in the last-named dreadful outrage. The Marshal of Kansas is said to be collecting a posse of Missouri (not Kansas men) at West Point, in Missouri, a little town about ten miles distant, to enforce the laws. All pro-slavery, conservative free-state, and dough-face men, and Administration tools, are filled with holy horror. Consider the two cases, and the action of the Administration party. Respectfully yours, John Brown. The invasion. Of these two parties of liberators John Brown and Kagi were the Captains. The old man's force consisted of twelve men; Kagi's company of eight only. The slaves were to have been