hand, what the nature of Horace Greeley's influence is upon the affairs of his time, and upon the conduct of those who value his opinion.
That his practice and his preaching correspond, the reader is aware.
He knows whereof he affirms, and his message is exactly suited to our case; hence, its power.
New York. Mason. Brothers. . 1855.
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