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The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Yankee Review of What the Abolitionists have accomplished. (search)
is so mixed up with the Freesoil vote and the Republican vote that we cannot get at it with much accuracy. Still, we believe that one hundred thousand is a fair estimate of the number of true, radical Abolitionists who have followed the flag of Garrison and Phillips, and who are entitled to share in the credit of the abolition work and in the glory which now crowns the labor. In this number we include all such old women as Greeley and such young women as Tilton. What these one hundred ther, that the loss of life and limb and money during this war should not be so equally divided among our one hundred thousand fanatics. Individual Abolitionists have been more or less guilty according to their opportunities and their influence. Garrison, for example, should have more than one dead man, four wounded and crippled men, and fifty-six thousand dollars worth of destroyed property set down to his account. Wendell Phillips is in the same case. Greeley has probably caused the death of