ce of the occasion?
Let me read a single sentence from Dr. Channing:--
This Constitution was not established to send bt that of enslaving the free is of the darkest hue.
Dr. Channing would have all the forms and solemnities of justice, uss.
But that poor victim — what a contrast According to Dr. Channing, it was as much as life that hung in the balance.
The a man put before a judge to be tried on an issue which Dr. Channing says is as solemn as that of life or death, and the jud legalized robber, the felonious slave-trader, (these are Channing's words,) comes here, he shall not be able to select agenthing and detestation of a slave-hunter.
In the words of Channing:--
The great difficulty in the way of the arrangementpendent honest men, than independent slave-catchers.
Dr. Channing, sitting in his study, says that no man among us who vaslave-hunters on the bench of our old Commonwealth.
Read Channing's last, dying words:--
There is something worse than