Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Francis P. Blair, Sr.” in chapter 21, page 162 of John F. Hume, The abolitionists together with personal memories of the struggle for human rights:
... kept waiting for a considerable time.
At last the door opened, but before we could enter, out stepped a little old man who tripped away very lightly for one of his years.
That little old man was Francis P. Blair, Sr. , and we knew that we had been forestalled.
The President received us politely and patiently listened to what we had to say, but our mission was fruitless.
The Radicals of Missouri sent deputati...
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