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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 10 0 Browse Search
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1 4 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Curtis, Benjamin Robbins 1809-1874 (search)
Curtis, Benjamin Robbins 1809-1874 Jurist; born in Watertown, Mass., Nov. 4, 1809; graduated at Harvard in 1829; admitted to the bar in 1832; appointed to the United States Supreme Court in 1851; resigned in 1857, when he returned to Boston; was one of the counsel for President Johnson during the impeachment trial. He died in Newport, R. I., Sept. 15, 1874.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Johnson, Andrew 1808- (search)
tters therein contained name, designate, describe, or define any act or mode or form of attempt, device, contrivance, or means, or of attempt at device, contrivance, or means, whereby this respondent can know or understand what act or mode or form of attempt, device, contrivance, or means, or of attempt at device, contrivance, or means, are imputed to or charged against this respondent in his office of President of the United States, or intended so to be, or whereby this respondent can more fully or definitely make answer unto the said article than he hereby does. And this respondent, in submitting to this honorable court this his answer to the articles of impeachment exhibited against him, respectfully reserves leave to amend and add to the same from time to time, as may become necessary or proper, and when and as such necessity and propriety shall appear. Andrew Johnson. Henry Stanbery, B. R. Curtis, Thomas A. R. Nelson, William M. Evarts, W. S. Groesbeck, Of Counsel.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Senate, United States (search)
ve, a committee of managers is appointed by ballot to prepare articles of impeachment and to conduct the prosecution before the Senate. The managers, on the part of the House, in the President's case, were John A. Bingham, of Ohio; George S. Boutwell, of Massachusetts; James F. Wilson, of Iowa; John A. Logan, of Illinois; Thomas Williams, of Pennsylvania; Benjamin F. Butler, of Massachusetts; Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania. The President's counsel were: Henry Stanbery, of Kentucky; B. R. Curtis, of Massachusetts: Thomas A. R. Nelson, of Tennessee; William M. Evarts, of New York; William S. Groesbeck, of Ohio; Jeremiah S. Black, of Pennsylvania. The preliminary proceedings in impeachment cases are formal and tedious. When all things are ready the members of the House, before proceeding to the Senate, resolve themselves into a committee of the whole House for the purpose of prosecuting the impeachment and attend in that manner, though none of them but the managers takes part i
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Supreme Court, United States (search)
826-28217771828 John McLean, Ohio1829-613217851861 Henry Baldwin, Pennsylvania1830-441417791844 James M. Wayne, Georgia1835-673217901867 Roger B. Taney, Maryland1836-642817771864 Philip B. Barbour, Virginia1836-41517831841 John Catron, Tennessee1837-652817861865 John McKinley, Alabama1837-521517801852 Peter V. Daniel, Virginia1841-601917851860 Samuel Nelson, New York1845-722717921873 Levi Woodbury, New Hampshire1845-51617891851 Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania1846-702317941870 Benjamin R. Curtis, Massachusetts1851-57618091874 John A. Campbell, Alabama1853-61818111889 Nathan Clifford, Maine1858-812318031881 Noah H. Swayne, Ohio1861-812018041884 Samuel F. Miller, Iowa1862-902818161890 David Davis, Illinois1862-771518151886 Stephen J. Field, California1863-973418161899 Salmon P. Chase, Ohio1864-73918081873 William Strong, Pennsylvania1870-801018081895 Joseph P. Bradley, New Jersey1870-922218131892 Ward Hunt, New York1872-821018111886 Morrison R. Waite, Ohio1874-8814181
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
ams, and John A. Logan elected managers......March 2, 1868 Senate organizes as a court of impeachment......March 5, 1868 General Hancock succeeded by General Buchanan as commander of 5th Military District......March 18, 1868 Answer of President Johnson to articles of impeachment read in court by his counsel......March 23, 1868 Prosecution begun by B. F. Butler......March 30, 1868 Chinese embassy, headed by Anson Burlingame, arrives at San Francisco......March 31, 1868 Benjamin R. Curtis opens the defence in court of impeachment......April 9, 1868 Memorial monument and statue of President Lincoln unveiled at Washington......April 15, 1868 Grand Army of Republic institutes Memorial or Decoration Day by order designating May 30 for observance......May 5, 1868 Senate votes upon eleventh article of impeachment; 35 (not two-thirds) for conviction, 19 for acquittal......May 16, 1868 Republican National Convention assembles at Chicago, and Joseph R. Hawley, of Con
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1, Chapter 14: the Boston mob (first stage).—1835. (search)
d holding them up to general execration and abuse. But this sort of libel was the natural utterance of every respectable Whig Bostonian when alluding to the abolitionists. Take, for example, that future ornament of the Supreme Court, Benjamin Robbins Curtis, who wrote to Mr. George Ticknor, then abroad, under date of August 23, 1835: The topic which engrosses the public attention, to the Memoir of B. R. Curtis, 1.72. exclusion of almost every other, is the Anti-slavery Society. YoB. R. Curtis, 1.72. exclusion of almost every other, is the Anti-slavery Society. You will see by the newspapers, which I suppose you receive, that a great meeting has been held at Faneuil Hall on this subject. It was caused by the excitement which exists through all the slaveholding States, in consequence of the efforts of that Society to excite the slaves to insurrection. Dreadful scenes have already occurred in Mississippi. The mob have hung numerous persons, suspected of being emissaries of the Society, without legal trial; and so great have been the commotions excited i
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Life of George Ticknor. (search)
wn. She always said that she liked the occupation, and certainly continued it, when it was no longer necessary, after her marriage with Mr. Ticknor, which took place May 1, 1790. The children by her first marriage were Eliza, who married William H. Woodward, a respectable lawyer in Hanover, N. H., and the defendant in the memorable case of Dartmouth College vs. Woodward; Benjamin, a captain of a merchant ship lost at sea, who was the father of the two eminent members of the bar, Benjamin Robbins Curtis and George Ticknor Curtis; Harriet, who died at the age of twenty-two; and Augustus, who was lost at sea, on a northern voyage, at the age of eighteen. Mr. Ticknor was the only child of the second marriage. William Ticknor, father of Elisha, was a farmer, residing in Lebanon, N. H. He lived to a great age, dying in 1822, the year after his son. We give here some recollections of him, and of his own early life, dictated by Mr. Ticknor in the leisure of his last peaceful year
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 26 (search)
reuzer, G. F., 125. Crillon, Duc de, 255. Cumming, Sir, William, 176. Curran, John Philpot, 294. Curtis, Augustus, 4. Curtis, Benjamin, first husband of Mrs. E. Ticknor, 3; graduate of Harvard College, 3; surgeon in Revolutionary Army, 4 and note; physician in Boston, 4; dies young, 4; father of Mrs. William H. Woodward, Benjamin, Harriet, and Augustus Curtis, grandfather of B. R. and G. T. Curtis, 4. Curtis, Benjamin, son of Dr. B. C. and Mrs. Elizabeth Billings Curtis, 4. Curtis, Benjamin R., 4. Curtis, C. P., 316 note. Curtis, Eliza, wife of W. H. Woodward, 4, 7, 276. Curtis, George Ticknor, 4, 317; letter to G. S. Hillard, 326, 391. Curtis, Harriet, 4. Curtis, Rev., Philip, 3. Curtis, T. B., 316 note. Custis, Miss Nellie (Mrs. Peter), 38. Cuvier, Baron, 255. D Dahl, J. C. C., 482, 490. Dallas's Report, 30. Dalton, Mr., 422. Dante, study of, 85, 86, 394, 466, 470, 472, 475 and note, 482. Dartmouth College, Elisha Ticknor graduate of, 1, 5;