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W. C. Goodloe (search for this): article 7
Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State.
R. K. Williams (search for this): article 7
Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State.
Abe Lincoln (search for this): article 7
Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State.
Breckinridge (search for this): article 7
Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State. Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State.
A. G. Hodges (search for this): article 7
Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State.