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" There was no extravagance of the ancient parliamentary debate, which he did not repeat ; nor was there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional... "
The Life of Charles Sumner: The Scholar in Politics - Page 273
by Archibald Henry Grimké - 1892 - 415 pages
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American Slavery: A Reprint of an Article on "Uncle Tom's Cabin ..., Volume 1

Nassau William Senior - Electronic book - 1856 - 164 pages
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional...the Constitution or in stating the law, whether in the details of statistics or the diversions of scholarship. Ho cannot ope his mouth, but out there...
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American slavery: repr. of an article [by N.W. Senior, entitled Slavery in ...

Nassau William Senior, Harriet Elizabeth Beecher Stowe, Charles Sumner - 1856
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional...the Constitution or in stating the law, whether in the details of statistics or the diversions of scholarship. He cannot ope his mouth, but out there...
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Recent Speeches and Addresses [1851-1855]

Charles Sumner - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1856 - 697 pages
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional...error, sometimes of principle, sometimes of fact. Ho shows an incapacity of accuracy, whether in stating the Constitution or in stating the law, whether...
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THE KANSAS QUESTION.

1856
...nothing' svhich he does not disfigure—with error, sometimes of principle, sometimes of fact, lie shows an incapacity of accuracy, whether in stating...the Constitution or in stating the law, whether in the details of statistics or the diversions of scholarship. He cannot ope his mouth, but out there...
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The Crime Against Kansas: The Apologies for the Crime. The True Remedy

Charles Sumner - Kansas - 1856 - 95 pages
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional aberration. But the senator touches nothing that he does not disfigure — with error, sometimes of principle, sometimes of fact. He shows an incapacity...
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The Life of Charles Sumner: With Choice Specimens of His Eloquence, a ...

David Addison Harsha - 1856 - 329 pages
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional aberration. But the senator touches nothing that he does not disfigure — with error, sometimes of principle, sometimes of fact. He shows an incapacity...
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SPEECH OF HON. CHARLES SUMNER, IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, 19th and ...

1856
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional aberration. But the senator touches nothing that he does not disfigure — with error, sometimes of principle, sometimes of fact. He shows a pacity...
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The Century, Volume 34

1887
...there any possible deviation from truth which he did not make, with so much of passion, I am glad to add, as to save him from the suspicion of intentional...stating the law, whether in details of statistics or the diversions of scholarship. He cannot open his mouth but out there flies a blunder." Butler was...
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The Works of Charles Sumner, Volume 4

Charles Sumner - Slavery - 1871
...with incoherent phrase, discharges the loose expectoration of his speech, now upon her representative, and then upon her people. There was no extravagance...details of statistics or diversions of scholarship, llu eannot opo his mouth, but out there flies a blunder. Surely he ought to bo familiar with the life...
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The Life of Charles Sumner

Jeremiah Chaplin, Jane Dunbar Chaplin - Legislators - 1874 - 504 pages
...with incoherent phrase, discharges the loose expectoration of his speech, now upon her representative, and then upon her people. There was no extravagance...principle, sometimes of fact. He shows an incapacity for accuracy, whether in stating the Constitution or in stating the law, whether in details of statistics...
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