More on the Boston, in English, 1893.

Of What Are They Afraid?

Editor Bulletin:—

The Advertiser this morning says: “The landing of troops from the Boston furnishes a guarantee that the persons and property of American citizens will be safe from violence, etc.” What are those who claim to be American citizens afraid of? From what quarter is violence expected? None whatever, except like Banquo’s ghost, from the “deep shadows of cowardly and guilty consciences.” It would be well under present circumstances, for the Advertiser to come forward and state to the public who were the ones that forced the late King at the point of the bayonet to break his oath and forswear the late constitution tha he had sworn to uphold?

An American.

(Daily Bulletin, 1/17/1893, p. 3)

Of What Are They Afraid?

The Daily Bulletin, Volume 5, Number 626, Page 3. January 17, 1893.

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