[509] contravention of the Constitution; but, on the one hand, by the simple fidelity of a remnant pledged to eternal hostility to slavery wherever found and legalized, and to incessant agitation—on the other, by the sheer wickedness and dementia of the short-sighted Slave Power—

The bloody Writing is forever torn.


1 Wordsworth's Sonnet to Clarkson.

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