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  "THE SLAUGHTER OF SEWARD."  
 
 
Campaign Plain Dealer
 
July 07, 1860
   
 
 
Greeley stands grinning with delight at the sublime spectacle, and declares “just what you deserve.” The firm of “Seward, Weed & Greeley, was this day dissolved by the Junior partner stepping out, and the Senior partner becoming—“silent.” James Watson Webe weeps at the bloody deed before him, and Thurlow Weed hides his [text is unclear] in his [text is unclear]Old Abe,” the Rail Splitter, gives the blow that knocks the brains out of the head of the Black Republican Party.
 
 
 

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