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4022. INTOLERANCE, Victims.—

have seen with great grief yourself and so
many other venerable patriots, retired and
weeping in silence over the rapid subversion
of those principles for the attachment of
which you had sacrificed the ease and comforts
of life; but I rejoice that you have
lived to see us revindicate our rights, and regain
manfully the ground from which fraud,
not force, had for a moment driven us.—
To General Warren. Washington ed. iv, 375.
(W. 1801)