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On the basis of his private passions and his little allegements, Mr. Walker not only assaults Mr. Lear but also infers that the standards of university presses are crumbling.
Klan order appearing in the Charleston _News_ of January 31, 1871; and the printed allegements of leading unreconstructed Southerners, all of which tended to indicate to what extent violence had superseded law, and exactly how unsafe were the lives and property of the loyal people of the South.
In the first instance he spoke in refutation of the allegements of certain members of the opposition to the effect that the mass of Negroes did not want civil rights.