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The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Yankee Review of What the Abolitionists have accomplished. (search)
s be anything to rejoice over let the Abolitionists rejoice. If they desire to raise a monument to perpetuate the remembrance of their triumphs, our battle-fields will furnish them with enough human skulls for a pyramid, and Wendell Phillips or Beecher would be only too happy to deliver the address at the laying of the corner skull. During this abolition war at least one hundred thousand men have been killed, four hundred thousand have been disabled for life; thus half a million have beenlips is in the same case. Greeley has probably caused the death of at least a thousand men, and the remainder of the injury which he has inflicted upon the nation and upon humanity must be increased in proportion.--The same remark will apply to Beecher, Cheever, Tilton, and such prominent Abolitionists. Sumner, Wilson, Chandler and other abolition politicians have even a larger share for which to answer. This sad account will certainly have to be settled some day — not in this world, perhaps