Stone Collection: Volume 100 - Item 7
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7. Benjamin Barstow, Speech of Benjamin Barstow, of Salem, on the Abolition Propensities of Caleb Cushing. Delivered at the Massachusetts National Democratic Convention, Held at Boston, Sept. 22, 1853 (Boston: Office of the National Democrat, 1853). (16 p.)
Speech defending comments that criticized Mr. Cushing for his abolitionist views and for consorting with members of the newly-formed, anti-slavery Republican Party.