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tments, was a director.
It afterwards received a charter conferring on it banking privileges, and was sold for $25,000 to a party consisting of N. G. Parker, J. G. Patterson, Stollbrand, Matton— names not calculated to give a favorable idea of the concern—and it got ultimately into the almost exclusive possession of Hardy Solomons States.
Chamberlain's popularity was waning with his own party, and it was understood that elections of this Convention were to be a test of his power.
He and Patterson were the prominent candidates to represent the State at large, and both factions were arranging their forces to meet the crisis.
Senator Morton had denounced Ch.
As the leader of the Republican party he naturally expected the first place on the delegation.
But his claim was opposed by a host of discontented Radicals.
Patterson, Elliott, Leslie, Whittemore, Bowen, all the leaders of the party, were against him. The only supporters he had were Cardozo and the eccentric Judge Mackey.