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sistent in its efforts to prevent the extension of slavery; it has spent a vast amount of money for the purpose of enlightening the public sentiment so as to save Kansas and Nebraska, and the vast territories of the West, from the encroachments of the Slave Power.
Let the party have the credit of it. Why not?
I know of nothing issachusetts Society's anniversary meeting on January
Lib. 29.18. 27, 1859, he listened without suspicion to Mr. Higginson's mention of Brown's December raid from Kansas into
Lib. 29.7, 18, 47, 55, 119; Sanborn's Life of Brown, p. 481. Missouri—carrying off eleven slaves, whom he conducted to Canada—as an indication of what may che Marlboroa Chapel on May 24, 1838 (ante, 2: 218, 219)? one Sunday evening in January, 1857, in Theodore Parker's parlors.
He saw in the famous
Jan. 4, 11, 18? Kansas chieftain a tall, spare, farmer-like man, with head disproportionately small, and that inflexible mouth which
Ibid., p. 628. as yet no beard concealed.