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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1862., [Electronic resource], The right of free speech Vindicated in Massachusetts. (search)
et are we prosecuted! What Mr. Sennott Thinks of Secretary Seward. Have we arrived at such a state that no one mustsir? Can not example, have the misfortune to think that Mr Seward, our present Secretary of State, is not fit as a statesmaas they will be, and cannot help rejoicing to think that Mr. Seward will probably be the last of the Lilliputians. An Illustration — Seward and Sumner. Again, I do not worship Mr. Sumner. I cannot admire a person who is so simple as to thhat I never looked at those pictures without thinking of Mr. Seward and of Mr. Sumner? and that I never hear the names of MMr. Seward or of Mr. Sumner without thinking of the picture of the Fox and of the picture of the Gander? Such of the imbnd more, and say nothing or else be shut up by order of W. H. Seward, I want to know, seriously and calmly, what shall I rig I fight Jeff. Davis for? What worse can he do to me than Seward or Stanton have done already? What, indeed — when their w