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The Daily Dispatch: May 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], The drum and fire. (search)
Rev. Wm. Van Dyke. --A few nights ago the dwelling of the Rev. Mr. Van Dyke, of Brooklyn, who, a few months ago, preached a great sermon against abolitionism, was surrounded by an infuriated mob in Brooklyn. The Rev. gentleman "defined his position," and thus escaped the vengeance of the friends of "free speech," a "free press," and "free men."