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.
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.
Shepard, H. D.'s, Morning Post, 25.
Slavery, Greeley's part in its abolition, 123; Abolitionists