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Mr. Charles Langston, of Kansas—I had not expected to speak a word here to-night; I was not informed that I should be called upon. I have been here since Wednesday afternoon, and during that time I have heard much said, much that should be said, much that should not be said. Still I have much to talk about. It is something nobody else has thought about. I still look on the dark side of the matter, despite what has
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