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The despotism at the North. the case of Isabella Brinsmade — a Judicial examination — the way personal liberty is Protected in the United States. The people at the North seem to have lost the last vestige of a claim to the rights of freemen — But a Board of Police Commissioners have been investigating the conduct of S
he only difference in the manner of Mrs. Brinsmade and the other ladies on board the vessel was the great kindness she exhibited towards some sick and disabled United States soldiers who were on board; had never heard her denounce the Government or its supporters, or refer to Government matters; she objected personally to Capt. Bur orld like-this.
Verily, the thing that has been shall be, and there is nothing new under the sun if, in the middle of the nineteenth century, and in the United States of America, men can calmly acquiesce in transactions which revolted the heart of the race and shook down the fabric of a secular monarchy in France a hundred years <