which happened, on that occasion, to be chiefly unoccupied.
Such incidents, of themselves, were of no great importance.
Their significance was in the fact that they all occurred on the soil of a free State.
They showed the state of feeling that then and there existed.
G. P. Putnam's Son, 1905.
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