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... and if I have since done anything , either by design or misadventure , which if known would subject me to a forfeiture of that confidence , he that knows of that thing , and conceals it , is a traitor to his country's interest .
These slaves constituted a peculiar and powerful interest . All knew that this interest was , somehow [ 258 ]
interest . All knew that this interest was , somehow , the cause of the war . To strengthen , perpetuate , and extend this interest was the object for which the insurgents would rend the Union , even by war ; while the government ...
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To William H Herndon
To Judge Stephen T Logan
To John W Crisfield
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