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A Boston correspondent of the Anti-Slavery Standard, writes that he is engaged in partial attendance upon two courses of lectures on “The use of the rifle” and “The evidences of Christianity,” and adds: “As opposite as lemon and sugar, are they not? Suppose the watery element to be supplied, (of which there is generally little stint,) and the result is a sort of moral lemonade; or, if a little spirit be smuggled in, behold an intellectual punch!”

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