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William Alexander Linn, Horace Greeley Founder and Editor of The New York Tribune, Chapter 8: during the civil war (search)
Nicolay-Hay Lincoln, IX, p. 184. One of these adventurers who gained Greeley's ear was William Cornell Jewett, of Colorado, who had been an interminable epistolary adviser of the President. In Julygton for four persons, and this was immediately granted. Upon his arrival at Niagara he sent by Jewett a letter to the Confederate negotiators, telling them of the safecon-duct he had for them if thetes practically ended the negotiations. But Greeley, unknown to Major Hay, privately authorized Jewett to act as his (Greeley's) representative in regard to any future offers that might come from the Confederates; Jewett made known to the latter his regrets over the sad termination of the deliberations; the Confederates sent him a letter addressed to Greeley, in which they attacked the President for alleged lack of good faith, and Jewett gave this letter to the newspapers. In the newspaper discussion of the matter that followed, Greeley agreed with the Confederates that the President's safe
pposition to, 214; sides with Missouri radicals, 228. Griswold, R. W., work on New Yorker, 29. H. Harrison, campaign of 1840, 49-52; death of, as affecting the Tribune, 60. Hay, John, messenger to Greeley, 205, 207. Hildreth, the historian, 72. Hoffman, C. H., work on New Yorker, 29. Howe, James, 24. Hungary, Greeley's sympathy with, 93. I. Ireland, Greeley's sympathy with, 93. J. Jackson-Adams campaign, 16. Jeffersonian (newspaper), 42, 43, 47-49. Jewett, W. C., part in Niagara Falls negotiations. 203-208. Jim Crow cars in Massachusetts, 131. Johnson, President, Andrew, Greeley on, 219. Jones, George, 13. Journalism, the best school, 14; country, 15, 58; office-holding editors, 171, 172. K. Kansas--Nebraska question, 163-165. Kuklux, Greeley on, 226. L. Lectures, Greeley's, 95-97; early lecture field, 95. Liberal Republican movement, origin of, 226-229; Sumner's part, 230-232; how tariff question involved, 232-234; Ci