Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Judge Carpenter” in chapter 48, section c.48.205, page 205 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...xcited no enthusiasm.
We could lavish praises upon him for good service, but no one had implicit faith in him. His words never went to our hearts.
It was uneasily felt that he was not a true man. Judge Carpenter had shown that his word was not to be depended upon.
He was too anxious to stand well with Morton, and he too evidently stood in awe of Grant.
He was a man of culture—knew what the world he...
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