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Department de Ville de Paris (France) (search for this): article 25
No King. --John Mitchell writes from Paris to the Charleston Mercury, "Some politicians here speculate that the Southern States of America will soon find themselves in such need of a strong government that they will take some youngster of a royal linn to make a king of him. Don't you do it? If you do, you will of son wish you were back again under the regime of what Mr. Stephens calls the groceries,"
No King. --John Mitchell writes from Paris to the Charleston Mercury, "Some politicians here speculate that the Southern States of America will soon find themselves in such need of a strong government that they will take some youngster of a royal linn to make a king of him. Don't you do it? If you do, you will of son wish you were back again under the regime of what Mr. Stephens calls the groceries,"
John Mitchell (search for this): article 25
No King. --John Mitchell writes from Paris to the Charleston Mercury, "Some politicians here speculate that the Southern States of America will soon find themselves in such need of a strong government that they will take some youngster of a royal linn to make a king of him. Don't you do it? If you do, you will of son wish you were back again under the regime of what Mr. Stephens calls the groceries,"
John J. King (search for this): article 25
No King. --John Mitchell writes from Paris to the Charleston Mercury, "Some politicians here speculate that the Southern States of America will soon find themselves in such need of a strong government that they will take some youngster of a royal linn to make a king of him. Don't you do it? If you do, you will of son wish you were back again under the regime of what Mr. Stephens calls the groceries,"