The Life of Charles Sumner: With Choice Specimens of His Eloquence, a Delineation of His Oratorical Character, and His Great Speech on Kansas (Classic Reprint)
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In the Appendix will be found the scathing speech of Daniel Lord, Esq., delivered at the indignation meeting in New York, and the re marks made at the indignation meeting in F anenil Hall; Boston, together with the Speeches of Rev. Drs. Halley and Hague, at a similar meeting in Albany. We would here remark that the speeches of these distinguished clergymen are among the most eloquent and spirit-stirring that have been made on such occasions, and reﬂect much credit upon the genius and patriotism of their authors.
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