h salt, and remove bodily into the more healthy elevation of Brookline or Dorchester, but for State Street, Faneuil Hall, and the Old South!
What does Boston mean?
Since 1630, the living fibre running through history which owns that name, means jealousy of power, unfettered speech, keen sense of justice, readiness to champion any good cause.
That is the Boston Laud suspected, North hated, and the negro loved.
If you destroy the scenes which perpetuate that Boston, then rebaptize her Cottonville or Shoetown.
Don't belittle these memories; they lie long hid, but only to grow stronger.
You mobbed John Brown meetings in 1860, and seemed to forget him in 1861; but the boys in blue, led by that very mob, wearing epaulets, marched from State Street to the Gulf, because John Brown's soul was marching on.
That and the flag — only two memories, two sentiments--led the ranks.
My friend has told you that the church has removed its altar; we submit.
God is not worshipped in temples b