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John Harrison Wilson, The life of Charles Henry Dana, Chapter 8: declaration of principles (search)
an undivided Whig party, as well as for an undivided Union, the Tribune threw itself with all its accustomed energy again into the discussion of current politics and current diplomacy. Having commended Mr. Everett, who was secretary of state in Fillmore's cabinet, in the highest terms for his glowing and remarkable despatch in reference to this country's interests and aims in regard to Cuba, and having shown the unfitness of Cuba as well as the rest of the West India Islands for incorporation, hundred dollars a week, or sixty-two thousand dollars a year. This will leave something for leeway. The Whigs have got to nominate Greeley for governor and fight the Know-nothings, who are going in on a bargain to elect Bronson governor and Fillmore senator. Weed and the other leaders admit that Greeley is the only man who will do at all for the battle. The Softs will run Seymour on the rum tack, and it will be an interesting contest.... Snow tells me he has sacrificed mining property
John Harrison Wilson, The life of Charles Henry Dana, Chapter 9: Dana's influence in the tribune (search)
r Fremont or his life, I should have been alarmed, but your total condemnation quite reassures me. I notice that Garrison, Parker Pillsbury, S. S. Foster, and other disunionists hold the same language. It is alarming thus to see all the Damphools against us. Our course and our candidate need no other indorsements. On October 4th he declared: The political prospect brightens constantly. In this State it is hard to tell how big the majority will be. I bet on fifty thousand over both Fillmore and Buchanan . ... Pennsylvania, week after next, will go by from thirty to forty thousand against Buchanan. . . . The tide is rising with a rush, as it does in the Bay of Fundy. ... The Democrats are terrified and demoralized. . . . My impression now is that every free state will vote for Fremont. Pike, First Blows of the Civil War. And yet, with all this confidence and enthusiasm, Dana was mistaken. He had worked as he had never worked before, but in vain. He had planted seed plent
John Harrison Wilson, The life of Charles Henry Dana, Index (search)
mancipation Proclamation, 117, 169. Emerson, 19, 21, 26, 33, 35. Enfranchisement of negroes, 383. England, 71, 90, 143, 183. Ericsson, Caloric engine of, 119, 120. Euripides, 56. Europe, 62, 63, 71, 79, 90, 91, 92, 131. Eustis, General, 329. Evening Post, 437, 440. Everett, Secretary of State, despatch on Cuba, 125. Ewell, General, 268, 330, 331, 336, 339. Eyrie, the, 44. F. Farragut, Admiral, 342. Fessenden, Senator, 354, Fifteenth Amendment, 403, 445. Fillmore, 125, 12S, 149. Fish, Hamilton, 418, 420, 423. Five Forks, 331, 356. Flint, Dr., Austin, 9, 18, 25. Fort Fisher, 352, 356. Forts Henry and Donelson, 170, 189, 190, 191, 242, 267, 282. Fort Monroe, 334, 335, 359, 360, 361, 364, 365. Fort Powhatan on the James, 329. Forward to Richmond, 166, 189. Foster, S. S., 149. Franklin, General, 334, 336, 348. Frauds of contractors, 341. Fredericksburg, 320. Fremont, General, 147-150, 186, 187, 396, 488. French arms scandal, 42