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" While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm... "
Journal of the Senate of the ... General Assembly of the State of Iowa - Page 168
by Iowa. General Assembly. Senate - 1860
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Journal of the House of Representatives of the ... Regular Session of the ...

Iowa. General Assembly. House of Representatives - Iowa - 1860
...While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unffinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure....
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... Reunion

Pioneer Lawmakers' Association of Iowa - Bar associations - 1890
...While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel aud they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure....
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The Life and Times of Samuel J. Kirkwood, Iowa's War Governor ...

Henry Warren Lathrop - 1893 - 474 pages
...error. While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure....
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The Messages and Proclamations of the Governors of Iowa, Volume 2

Iowa. Governor - Governors - 1903
..."while the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure."...
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Iowa Journal of History, Volume 7

Benjamin Franklin Shambaugh - Iowa - 1909
...mass of our northern people", he declared, "utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure."76...
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John Brown, 1800-1859: A Biography Fifty Years After

Oswald Garrison Villard - Abolitionists - 1910 - 738 pages
.... . . While the great mass of our people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure."...
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Samuel Jordan Kirkwood

Dan Elbert Clark - Governors - 1917 - 464 pages
..."While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and they express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness...of purpose by which they believe he was governed, and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure....
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Ohio ArchŠological and Historical Quarterly

Ohio - 1921
...hostility: "While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness of purpose by which they believe he was governed and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he iViet the consequences of his failure."*...
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Ohio ArchŠological and Historical Quarterly, Volumes 30-31

Ohio - 1921
...hostility: "While the great mass of our northern people utterly condemn the act of John Brown, they feel and express admiration and sympathy for the disinterestedness of purpose by which they believe he was governed and for the unflinching courage and calm cheerfulness with which he met the consequences of his failure."*...
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