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It would be idle to pretend that no modifications of opinion have been produced by the progress of events, even were none such apparent in these pages; but I have preferred now, as heretofore, to let the record stand, as it has been made up from time to time, rather than afford ground for the imputation, that any thing had been suppressed or altered to suit any change of political circumstances or of public sentiment.
ROBERT C. WINTHROP.
Boston, 12 May, 1867.
THE REPEAL OF THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE.
AN INCREASED CIRCULATION OF RELIGIOUS BOOKS.
THE FUSION OF PARTIES IN MASSACHUSETTS.
THE ALUMNI OR HARVARD.