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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 16 2 Browse Search
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om me as I retired from the blackboard, and said, in the presence of the class, Butler, you don't know anything. The pupil replied, Not about that demonstration; but. I had but just returned to my seat in the class when the tutor called out: Mr. Butler, demonstrate on the blackboard such a problem. By good luck it was the very 7.5, I said: Mr. President, now is my turn; 8 has just passed. Oh, said he, Butler, why so formal? Because I am going to take this place in the class for the lht your honor ruled incorrectly. He, with a kind smile, said: What reason, Mr. Butler, have you for that? I said: Because the note was negotiable when it was macided, and upon the reasons I have given. When you go back to your office, Mr. Butler, can you send me up that authority? No, your honor; I am the youngest in that thought was an unworthy one. The next thing that he said was: Mr. Clerk, Mr. Butler was. examined by me for admission to the bar, and you can administer the oath
Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 2: early political action and military training. (search)
d marriage Weds Miss Sarah Hildreth, of Dracut their four children why the youngest was sent to West Point a War every generation the Butler coat of arms Mrs. Butler during the Rebellion political course: governing principle and belief early campaign for shorter hours in Lowell mills hostility of manufacturers rise of tht the great poet's plays to his daughter, who, in consequence, developed a strong desire to go upon the stage. Her father approving of this, she appeared Mrs. Sarah Butler in 1839. engraved from a Daguerreotype. with brilliant success at the Tremont Theatre in Boston and the Park Theatre in New York, her talents for delineatiopart of this arrangement, that as Lowell had ten representatives to be elected on one ticket, the ticket should be a joint one, half Free-Soilers and half Mrs. Sarah Butler. From an oil Painting. Democrats, but all pledged ten-hour men. There was some demur to this, but as the ten Lowell votes might become a necessity for