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Buchanan (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 278
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.
Scott (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 278
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.
Franklin Buchanan (search for this): chapter 278
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.
William Scott (search for this): chapter 278
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.
January 29th (search for this): chapter 278
Buchanan and Scott.--The Richmond Dispatch says: A bill has been reported in the Virginia Senate to change the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. It is quite proper to wipe out from the map of Virginia everything that serves to perpetuate the name of an enemy or a traitor, and the proposition will doubtless meet the unanimous approval of the people. The bill alluded to does not suggest the names to be substituted, though Cary and Carrington, well known in the history of Virginia, have been under consideration. Cincinnati Gazette, January 29.