Statistics for occurrence #1 of “G. T. Curtis” in chapter 15 of Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3:

...e antipathetic to antislavery sentiments—supported Bell and Everett; and their leaders in Massachusetts were chiefly the old opponents of the Conscience Whigs,—Winthrop, Eliot, Stevenson, G. T. Curtis , Walley, and Hillard. The Whig conservatism of Boston had been broken up; but a remnant of five thousand votes was given in the city for Bell and Everett, principally cast by voters having a mercant...
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