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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Baltimore, (search)
g morning Mr. Cushing and a majority of the Massachusetts delegation also withdrew. We put our withdrawal before you, said Mr. Butler (Benjamin F.) of that delegation, upon the simple ground, among others, that there has been a withdrawal, in part, of a majority of the States, and, further (and that, perhaps, more personal to myself), upon the ground that I will not sit in a convention where the African slave trade — which is piracy by the laws of my country — is approvingly advocated. Gov. David Tod, of Ohio, was then called to the chair in place of Cushing, retired, and the convention proceeded to ballot for a Presidential candidate. Some of the Southern members remained in the convention; and the speech of a delegate from Arkansas (Mr. Flournoy), a slave-holder and friend of the system, was so liberal that it had a powerful effect upon delegates from the free-labor States in favor of Mr. Douglas. Of 194 votes cast on the second ballot, Mr. Douglas received 181, and he was declar
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), State of Ohio, (search)
rrow18221826.... Allen Trimble18261830.... Duncan McArthur18301832.... Robert Lucas18321836Democrat. Joseph Vance18361838Whig. Wilson Shannon18381840Democrat. Thomas Corwin18401842Whig. Wilson Shannon18421844Democrat. Thomas W. Bartley18441844.... Mordecai Bartley18441846Whig. William Bebb18461849Whig Seabury Ford18491850Whig Reuben Wood18501853Democrat. William Medill18531854Democrat 18541856Democrat Salmon P. Chase18561860Republican. William Dennison18601862Republican. David Tod18621864Republican. John Brough18641865Republican. Charles Anderson18651866Republican. Jacob Dolson Cox18661868Republican. Rutherford B. Hayes18681872Republican. Edward F. Noyes18721874Republican. William Allen18741876Democrat. Rutherford B. Hayes18761878Republican Richard M. Bishop18781880Democrat. Charles Foster18801884Republican George Hoadley18841886Democrat. Joseph B. Foraker18861890Republican. James E. Campbell18901892Democrat. William McKinley, Jr18921896Republican. Asa
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Tod, David 1805-1868 (search)
Tod, David 1805-1868 Diplomatist; born in Youngstown, O., Feb. 21, 1805; admitted to the bar in 1827 and practised in Warren for fifteen years; was a member of the State Senate in 1838; minister to Brazil in 1847-52; delegate to the Charleston convention in 1860; and governor of Ohio in 1861. He died in Youngstown, O., Nov. 13, 1868.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
s, with the rejected delegates, meet at Baltimore......June 18, 1860 [Twenty-one States were represented by 105 delegates. John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, was nominated for President, and Joseph Lane, of Oregon, for Vice-President, June 23.] National Democratic Convention assembles at Baltimore pursuant to adjournment......June 18, 1860 After some days of debate over credentials of delegates, many delegates withdraw, and the chairman, Caleb Cushing, of Massachusetts, resigns. David Tod, of Ohio, is chosen chairman, and balloting begins......June 22, 1860 [On the second ballot Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, received 181 1/2 votes. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, of Alabama, was nominated for Vice-President, but declined, and the national committee nominated Herschel V. Johnson, of Georgia.] A loan of $21,000,000 authorized by Congress......June 22, 1860 Homestead bill vetoed by the President......June 22, 1860 [Senate fails to pass it over the veto by three votes.]