(Montpelier) Vermont Patriot, “Untitled,” September 24, 1858

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    “Untitled,” (Montpelier) Vermont Patriot, September 24, 1858, p. 2: 6.
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    New Hampshire Patriot
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    Montpelier Vermont Patriot
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    Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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    The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.
    The speeches of Judge Douglas, in his discussion with Lincoln, have the old fashioned Democratic ring about them which of yore characterized his efforts. Lincoln is like flaming tow in his hands. He melts, dissolves, vanishes. The contrast between the speeches of the two men is so great, he sinks out of sight. Even if his party succeeds in securing the next legislature of Illinois, we do not believe it will elect him a Senator. Entering the canvass with Judge Douglas was felo de se, and the Judge has only furnished the weapons to his hand and perhaps driven him to use them. – N. H. Patriot.
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