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William Alexander Linn, Horace Greeley Founder and Editor of The New York Tribune, Chapter 8: during the civil war (search)
Lincoln in 1887, many years after both he and Lincoln were dead: New York, Monday, July 29, 1861. a month from the receipt of Greeley's letter, Lincoln issued his emancipation proclamation. As soma successful one. When the renomination of Lincoln was made, the Tribune restated its objection.ability? Can your own State be carried for Mr. Lincoln? Do the interests of the Union party requibstitution of another candidate in place of Mr. Lincoln? The replies of the loyal Governors were rls, no matter who might have been put up in Mr. Lincoln's place. Verily, Thurlow Weed was correct Greeley's defeat in his efforts to prevent Lincoln's renomination did not make him any more modeestionable notoriety for themselves. Nicolay-Hay Lincoln, IX, p. 184. One of these adventurers w of the warlike tone of the platform on which Lincoln had just been renominated (Greeley's old rivaons, as well as Greeley's honesty of purpose, Lincoln decided to make use of his offer in order to [22 more...]