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3 Murray's testimony, Congressional Globe, pp. 1356, 1357; Morgan's, p. 1357; Iverson's, p. 1364; Foster's, p. 1356. Brooks afterwards said in his loose way that he desisted only when he ‘had punished Sumner to his satisfaction.’ （Brown's testimony, Globe, p. 1367.) But according to the evidence he desisted when pinioned by Murray.
4 Morgan's testimony, Congressional Globe, p. 1357. Morgan gave an account of the scene after Sumner's death, copied into the Boston Commonwealth, May 23, 1874. Morgan died at Aurora, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1881, and Murray at Goshen, N. Y., late in 1885.
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