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and gifts and smiles of beauty as a chivalrous gentleman. We saw slavery enter Kansas, with bowieknife in hand and curses on its lips; we saw the life of the Union sever shaken by abuse and persecution, in the certain triumph of our cause. Kansas. Read at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the state of Kansasstate of Kansas. bear camp House, West Ossipee, N. H., Eighth month, 29th, 1879. To J. S. Emery, R. Morrow, and C. W. Smith, committee: I have received your invitation to the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration of the first settlement of Kansas. It would give me great pleasure to visit your state on an occasion of such peculiar interestn vain. All through your long, hard struggle I watched the course of events in Kansas with absorbing interest. I rejoiced, while I marvelled at the steady courage wk shelter within its borders. I will not for a moment distrust the fidelity of Kansas to her foundation principle. God bless and prosper her! Thanking you for the