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2 This epithet he repeated ten times, saying also, ‘This tornado has been raised by Abolitionists, and Abolitionists alone.’
3 The Appeal by an error of date appeared to have been signed on Sunday, although in fact it was signed a day or two before. Notwithstanding Douglas's pretension to Sabbatic scruples in open Senate, he had called on Jefferson Davis and the President Sunday, January 22, to counsel with them concerning his scheme. （Jefferson Davis's ‘Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government,’ p. 28.)
4 Chase refused after this speech to have personal intercourse with Douglas, until, when leaving the Senate in March, 1855, the latter came to him with an explanation, which Chase said to him he might better have made in the Senate.
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