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My third trip. I. Missouri. Lynching an Abolitionist Parkville Col. Park the mob in Court the victim evidence Ruffiau Law Pleas different modes of punishment proposed the Lynching done Riding on a rail, Lynching an Abolitionist. before proceeding on my third trip to the sea<*> board slave States, let
river by a mob of pro-slavery ruffians.
Col. Park also got notice to leave, and was compelled to fly for his life.
I went over to Parkville from Kansas city, Missouri, to attend to some business there.
I had previously made the acquaintance of several of its ruffian citizens.
I rode into the town about one o'clock.
After arming with his glorious theme, as much property to us as so many dollars and cents — it was our dollars and cents in fact — and so recognized by the statutes of Missouri and the Constitution of the United States.
Evidence had been obtained against the prisoner, he added, after this eloquent and learned exordium, from negroes, wh