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1 Greeley, writing in the ‘Tribune,’ Dec. 14, 1855, of Sumner as one ‘whose reputation as scholar, orator, and statesman is not confined to this hemisphere,’ said: ‘Mr. Sumner dangles at the tail of two unimportant committees. Such is slavery's confession that she feels the point of his spear,—a truth well known already to others, but never so plainly admitted till now.’
2 Feb. 7, 1856. Works, vol. IV. pp. 83-92. He stated the same view in debate, Feb. 10, 1865.
3 March 6 and May 8. Works, vol. IV. pp. 98-120.
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