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Rhode Island (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
Connecticut (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 4
our from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members electrom the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
New England (United States) (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
John Woodruff (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
O. S. Ferry (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
Sheffield (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
Christopher Robinson (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
George C. Woodruff (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.
William D. Brayton (search for this): article 4
Republican Congressional Losses. --The elections this week have deducted four from the Republican representation in Congress from New England, as compared with the last Congress, and added four to the Conservative side. The men superseded (who were all candidates for re-election,) are John Woodruff and O. S. Ferry, of Conn., and Christopher Robinson and Wm. D. Brayton, of R. I. They are superseded by English and Geo. C. Woodruff, Democrats, of Connecticut, and Sheffield and Browne, Conservatives, of Rhode Island. A Conservative gain of four out of six members elected.