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The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1860., [Electronic resource],
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. (search)
Hon. C. S. Vallandigham. --This gentleman is to deliver a lecture before the Young Men's Christian Association to-night. His position before the country, as one of the conservative elements in the exciting debates which now characterize our National Legislature, and the firmness with which he stands up for the South and rebukes the aggressive spirit of Black Republican demagogues, should render him highly acceptable to a Richmond audience. Although representing Ohio in Congress, he is, we are informed, a Virginian by birth, and is said to be an eloquent speaker.
The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], Manufactures in
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Lecture of Mr. Vallandigham. The bare announcement of this gentleman's intention to deliver a lecture anywhere in this country, would draw together an immense audience. He is one of the most prominent men of the day. His powerful and original intellect — never manifested in its full power and originality until within the last eighteen months--must render a lecture from him, on any subject, a matter of intense curiosity. That which he has chosen is adapted to call forth all his powers, and we may feel assured that he will handle it in a way worthy of his high talent and great reputation.