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California (California, United States) (search for this): article 13
pt thus thrown out by Mr Seward was speedily followed up by active engineering. The winter was thus appropriated on an extensive scale of operations. The results were positively astounding to all the and Lincoln Republican factions, with the return of the first month of spring. The Republican State Convention of New Hampshire opened fire in favor of Mr. Lincoln, and this signal was followed by a continuous volley from Lincoln State Legislatures and State Conventions from Pennsylvania to California. The National Republican Committee, meantime — no doubt duty posted up — met in Washington and appointed the 7th June for their Presidential Convention, and thus, with a majority of the delegates and the time and place arranged to their liking, the Lincoln engineers began to flatter themselves that the succession was settled. Mr. Seward, the Binir family, Simon Cameron, Thurlow Weed, and the Chevalier Forney, were among the happiest of men. But their rejoicing began too soon. Mutte
Dan (China) (search for this): article 13
consider your action, and name a day for the assembling of the National Convention not earlier than the first day of September next. Respectfully, your obedient servants, W C Bryant, Wm K Strong, J McKaye. Wm Curtis Noyes, Geo P Putnam, Lorenzo Sherwood, George Opdyke.New York State Senators. District. 19--A H Bailey, 18--James A Bell, 17--Albert Hobbs, 15--James M Cook. 26--Charles J Folger, 32--N M Allen, 30--Wilkes Angell, 27--S T Hayt, District 29--Dan G Cole, 21--Cheney Ames, 12--F H Hastings, 2--D Strong. 6--Wm Laimbeer, Jr., 23--Frederick Juliana, 24--E Cornell, 9--H R Low, contestant. The above list contains the names of two thirds of the Unionists chosen to our present State Senate. Others, who would doubtless have signed, were not in Albany when the above signatures were given. We understand that but two Senators declined to affix their names-- Ed. Tribune This is a flank movement by the Chase Republicans of
United States (United States) (search for this): article 13
sent administration, respectfully suggest to you the propriety of reconsidering your recent action calling a convention of the Union and Republican parties at Baltimore on the 7th day of June next, to nominate a candidate for President of the United States for the ensuing term. In the opinion of the undersigned the country is not now in a posit on to enter into a Presidential contest. It is very important that all parties friendly to the Government shall be united in support of a single c our arguments that he was the people's choice; for when Mr. Seward made a short political visit to his native State in the fall it was to announce to his neighbors that, as Abraham Lincoln was elected President not of a party, but of all the United States, common justice demanded that he should be retained in office until de facte recognized as President of the whole country — meaning that he was entitled to another term to make good his first election. The shipt thus thrown out by Mr Sew
New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): article 13
sire to serve the best interests of the country, and in the belief that they will be best served by a postponement of a political convention to the latest day possible, we respectfully ask that you will reconsider your action, and name a day for the assembling of the National Convention not earlier than the first day of September next. Respectfully, your obedient servants, W C Bryant, Wm K Strong, J McKaye. Wm Curtis Noyes, Geo P Putnam, Lorenzo Sherwood, George Opdyke.New York State Senators. District. 19--A H Bailey, 18--James A Bell, 17--Albert Hobbs, 15--James M Cook. 26--Charles J Folger, 32--N M Allen, 30--Wilkes Angell, 27--S T Hayt, District 29--Dan G Cole, 21--Cheney Ames, 12--F H Hastings, 2--D Strong. 6--Wm Laimbeer, Jr., 23--Frederick Juliana, 24--E Cornell, 9--H R Low, contestant. The above list contains the names of two thirds of the Unionists chosen to our present State Senate. Others, who would doubtless have
New Hampshire (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): article 13
d be retained in office until de facte recognized as President of the whole country — meaning that he was entitled to another term to make good his first election. The shipt thus thrown out by Mr Seward was speedily followed up by active engineering. The winter was thus appropriated on an extensive scale of operations. The results were positively astounding to all the and Lincoln Republican factions, with the return of the first month of spring. The Republican State Convention of New Hampshire opened fire in favor of Mr. Lincoln, and this signal was followed by a continuous volley from Lincoln State Legislatures and State Conventions from Pennsylvania to California. The National Republican Committee, meantime — no doubt duty posted up — met in Washington and appointed the 7th June for their Presidential Convention, and thus, with a majority of the delegates and the time and place arranged to their liking, the Lincoln engineers began to flatter themselves that the succession w<
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 13
n. The shipt thus thrown out by Mr Seward was speedily followed up by active engineering. The winter was thus appropriated on an extensive scale of operations. The results were positively astounding to all the and Lincoln Republican factions, with the return of the first month of spring. The Republican State Convention of New Hampshire opened fire in favor of Mr. Lincoln, and this signal was followed by a continuous volley from Lincoln State Legislatures and State Conventions from Pennsylvania to California. The National Republican Committee, meantime — no doubt duty posted up — met in Washington and appointed the 7th June for their Presidential Convention, and thus, with a majority of the delegates and the time and place arranged to their liking, the Lincoln engineers began to flatter themselves that the succession was settled. Mr. Seward, the Binir family, Simon Cameron, Thurlow Weed, and the Chevalier Forney, were among the happiest of men. But their rejoicing began t
content from various anti-Lincoln journals of the party began to be heard, the independent Fremont legion began to bristle up, Greeley began to grumble, the meets of the Evening Post began to growl, and then came the bombshell of the Chase Pomeroy anti-Lincoln circular. Then there was a Cabinet crisis, and next there was an armistice between Lincoln and Chase, involving the graceful mock retirement of the latter from the Presidential contest. The late terrible speech against Chase by F P Blair, Jr, in Congress, and his immediate appointment by the President to an Important command in the army, and the House proceedings thereon, show that the conflict between the President and his Secretary is irrepressible. What next. The Chase faction desire a postponement of the Baltimore Convention till September, simply because they have been caught napping, and want time to intrigue and to buy up the trading politicians among the delegates to suit their purposes. Postponed or not, the Co
er your action, and name a day for the assembling of the National Convention not earlier than the first day of September next. Respectfully, your obedient servants, W C Bryant, Wm K Strong, J McKaye. Wm Curtis Noyes, Geo P Putnam, Lorenzo Sherwood, George Opdyke.New York State Senators. District. 19--A H Bailey, 18--James A Bell, 17--Albert Hobbs, 15--James M Cook. 26--Charles J Folger, 32--N M Allen, 30--Wilkes Angell, 27--S T Hayt, District 29--Dan G Cole, 21--Cheney Ames, 12--F H Hastings, 2--D Strong. 6--Wm Laimbeer, Jr., 23--Frederick Juliana, 24--E Cornell, 9--H R Low, contestant. The above list contains the names of two thirds of the Unionists chosen to our present State Senate. Others, who would doubtless have signed, were not in Albany when the above signatures were given. We understand that but two Senators declined to affix their names-- Ed. Tribune This is a flank movement by the Chase Republicans of New Yo
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 13
he movement which threatens the country with another term of four years to Abraham Lincoln. For some time last summer we advocated his claims to a re-election on hi and all the better from the gravest possible treatment of the subject. But Mr. Lincoln, like George Law, must have been convinced by our arguments that he was the his native State in the fall it was to announce to his neighbors that, as Abraham Lincoln was elected President not of a party, but of all the United States, commong. The Republican State Convention of New Hampshire opened fire in favor of Mr. Lincoln, and this signal was followed by a continuous volley from Lincoln State Legilar. Then there was a Cabinet crisis, and next there was an armistice between Lincoln and Chase, involving the graceful mock retirement of the latter from the Presivention successors, Harrison, Polk Taylor, poor Pierce, poor old Buchanan, and Lincoln, the joker, are a sorry catalogue. The time has fully come when the responsib
he first day of September next. Respectfully, your obedient servants, W C Bryant, Wm K Strong, J McKaye. Wm Curtis Noyes, Geo P Putnam, Lorenzo Sherwood, George Opdyke.New York State Senators. District. 19--A H Bailey, 18--James A Bell, 17--Albert Hobbs, 15--James M Cook. 26--Charles J Folger, 32--N M Allen, 30--Wilkes Angell, 27--S T Hayt, District 29--Dan G Cole, 21--Cheney Ames, 12--F H Hastings, 2--D Strong. 6--Wm Laimbeer, Jr., 23--FrederJames M Cook. 26--Charles J Folger, 32--N M Allen, 30--Wilkes Angell, 27--S T Hayt, District 29--Dan G Cole, 21--Cheney Ames, 12--F H Hastings, 2--D Strong. 6--Wm Laimbeer, Jr., 23--Frederick Juliana, 24--E Cornell, 9--H R Low, contestant. The above list contains the names of two thirds of the Unionists chosen to our present State Senate. Others, who would doubtless have signed, were not in Albany when the above signatures were given. We understand that but two Senators declined to affix their names-- Ed. Tribune This is a flank movement by the Chase Republicans of New York to defeat the nomination of Line in, for which a majority of the delegates to the Baltimor
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