Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Petigru” in chapter 1.5, section c.1.5.5, page 59 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...rmined to share the fate of their people whatever that fate might be.
To the credit of Carolinians be it said they honored and respected these noble old men to the last.
It was no new thing for Mr. Petigru , however, to find himself upon the unpopular side of politics.
That was usually his fate.
But under all circumstances throughout his life, though generally on the minority, he boldly avowed his v...
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