Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Judge Taney” in chapter 28 of Francis B. Carpenter, Six Months at the White House:
...hesitation in the appointment of a successor to Judge Taney, it, is well known to his most intimate friends, that there had never been a time during his Presidency, when, in the event of the death of Judge Taney , he had not fully intended and expected to nominate Salmon P. Chase for Chief Justice. These were his very words uttered in connection with this subject....
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