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Brandy Pond (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 17
[from the New York Daily News.]the victims of Presidential tyranny. We well remember the excitement in Europe, when the King of Napies, the infamous Bomba, seized a few young men of the first families, and immured them in that State fortress which is the only gloomy thing upon the bright waters of the beautiful Bay of Naples. The military guard, without warning, without accusation, surrounded their houses at the hour of midnight, and they were torn from all the luxurious comforts of splendid homes to be buried alive in the damp of those horrid dungeons in the rock. sunk far beneath the waters of the Mediterranean.--They were suspected of hostility to the Government, and of plotting rebellion. Their offence had this extent; no more. A cry of horror went up from every nation almost in Europe. England remonstrated through the manly appeal of the indignant Gladstone. France raised her voice in denunciation of the outrage; while Republican America shuddered, as she thanked God
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surrounded their houses at the hour of midnight, and they were torn from all the luxurious comforts of splendid homes to be buried alive in the damp of those horrid dungeons in the rock. sunk far beneath the waters of the Mediterranean.--They were suspected of hostility to the Government, and of plotting rebellion. Their offence had this extent; no more. A cry of horror went up from every nation almost in Europe. England remonstrated through the manly appeal of the indignant Gladstone. France raised her voice in denunciation of the outrage; while Republican America shuddered, as she thanked God that no such outrage could ever cast a stain upon her national escutcheon. We professed to know what liberty was worth, and, as we sent cheering words to the regenerators of Italy, we told them "it is worth all your struggles, all your sacrifices, your very blood." The vengeance of an oppressed people soon rose to vindicate the race, and to punish their oppressor. All Europe stood aloof,
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struggles, all your sacrifices, your very blood." The vengeance of an oppressed people soon rose to vindicate the race, and to punish their oppressor. All Europe stood aloof, and to-day Naples stands redeemed and disenthralled. The Bourbon is banished from her soil, and she rejoices under the mild reign of a monarch of her own choosing. What American, when he read of that vile act of the infamous Bomba, could have believed that it would ever be imitated with impunity in the land of Washington? And yet, citizens of New York, in a fortress that commands your very harbor, are immured to-day the victims of as gross a tyranny as that exhibited by the former despot of Naples.--That fortress was erected to defend your liberties, and yet, without the shadow of law, it has been made to hide within its stony bosom men whose liberties have been stricken down at a blow by the mailed hand of despotic power. Without accusation, without the form of law, in violation of every constitutional