of immediate triumph.
I am to thank you for what your character has taught me—it has been a continual Gospel of Strength.
I value Integrity above all human virtues.
I never knew yours fail—no, nor even falter.
God bless you for it!
But it is getting late, and I must write no more, or Dr. Cabot
Samuel Cabot, Jr. will ask, What brought your pulse up so high?
Remember me kindly to your wife and your children, to Mr. Wallcut, Mr.
R. F. Wallcut. S. May, Jr. Wm. C. Nell. J. B. and J. M. W. Yerrinton. May, Mr. Nell, and the Yerrintons, at the office, and believe me
Affectionately and thankfully yours, Theodore Parker.
All these losses to the working strength of the abolition body were in the course of nature.
When we turn to the political opposition to the Slave Power, we behold a woful spiritual falling off caused by the approaching election.
No matter of what party or epoch, our politicians have alternately shrunk and expanded as they had or had not visions of the White