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William Alexander Linn, Horace Greeley Founder and Editor of The New York Tribune, Chapter 9: Greeley's presidential campaign-his death (search)
n the State, and he was warmly supported by Carl Schurz, Schurz, who was a vice-president of theSchurz, who was a vice-president of the National Republican Convention of 1868, moved an amendment to the platform, which was adopted, declon resolutions (presented by its chairman, Senator Schurz) which favored the removal of all disqualmber, said, I regard the movement headed by Carl Schurz, Brown, etc., as similar to the Tennessee as, that President Grant refused to receive Senator Schurz when he called at the White House, was wition, as I am able to say on the authority of Mr. Schurz himself. Brown was elected Governor by 41,91motive in jealousy of the growing influence of Schurz in the Liberal ranks, indicated by the selectii Senator for chairman of the convention. But Schurz was already a member of the upper house of Conwith Greeley was held, at the invitation of Carl Schurz, J. D. Cox, William Cullen Bryant, Oswald O Vice-President. But there the matter ended. Schurz later made speeches for Greeley. which would h[6 more...]
R. Raymond, Henry J., concerning the New Yorker, 29; Greeley's assistant, 64; discussion 9n Fourierism, 84; founds New York Times, 94; Lieutenant-Governor, 173; letter on Greeley's opposition to Seward's nomination, 180-182; on Greeley's mediation schemes, 195, 196; reports Republican platform, 204. Redfield, J. S., 24. Republican party, founding of, 166; Greeley's attitude toward, 166. Ripley, George, 72, 83. S. Scott, Gen. W., Tribune favors his nomination, 163. Schurz, Carl, part in Liberal movement in Missouri, 227, 228, 230; chairman Liberal national convention, 241. Secession, the right of, 184. Seward, William H., Greeley's complaint to, 173; dissolution of firm of Seward, Weed, and Greeley, 174-176; letter to Weed, 177; Greeley's objection to his nomination, 179; Secretary of State, 184; reply to Mercier, 193-195; on Greeley's negotiations. 196. Shepard, H. D.'s, Morning Post, 25. Slavery, Greeley's part in its abolition, 123; Abolitionists