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Capitol Hill (United States) (search for this): article 2
tion was received. The following dispatches show the spirit of rejoicing through the North over McClellan's nomination: Kingston, N. Y., September 1.--The Democrats of Kingston are having a large meeting here tonight. Addresses have been made by Hon. D. M. Dewett and others. One hundred guns were fired in honor of the nomination, and buildings illuminated. Harrisburg, Pa., September 1. --National salutes were fired by the Democrats near Fort Washington last evening, and on Capitol Hill this morning, in honor of the nomination of McClellan and Pendleton. Belfast, Me.,September 1.--The friends of McClellan have thrown out a flag and fired one hundred guns in honor of his nomination. Dover, N. H., September 1.--The Democracy of this city fired one hundred guns to-night in honor of McClellan. His friends are jubilant. The following is an extract from a letter from Chicago in the New York Herald: I have witnessed numerous ratification meetings at the cl
Des Moines River (United States) (search for this): article 2
of Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesota, John H. McKinney, of Chatfield; Wisconsin, George H. Paul, of Milwaukie; Iowa, D. O. French, of Des Moines; Kansas, Isaac E. Eaton, of Leavenworth; California. Thomas Hughes, of San Francisco; Oregon, William McMelian, of.-- The committee organized by the election of August Belmont, Chairman, and F. O. Prince, Secretary.
Concord, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): article 2
ason to suppose that the General would come to the city at present; at least, not until he had formally accepted the Chicago nomination by letter. Come when he may, however, he may be sure of a cordial reception. For the present, he is staying quietly with his family at Orange, New Jersey. The Democratic National Committee. The following persons compose the National Democratic Committee for the next four years: Maine, J. A. Lyman, of Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois
Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 2
of Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesota, John H. McKinney, of Chatfield; Wisconsin, George H. Paul, of Milwaukie; Iowa, D. O. French, of Des Moines; Kansas, Isaac E. Eaton, of Leavenworth; California. Thomas Hughes, of San Francisco; Oregon, William McMelian, of.-- The committee organized by the election of August Belmont, Chairman, and F. O. Prince, Secretary.
Kingston, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 2
." Let the adherents of General McClellan, therefore, not crow too loudly until after the results of the Vermont and Maine elections shall have been made known. The friends of "Little Mac" should be at work there, and not blowing their horns over a victory which yet remains to be won. How M'Clellan's nomination was received. The following dispatches show the spirit of rejoicing through the North over McClellan's nomination: Kingston, N. Y., September 1.--The Democrats of Kingston are having a large meeting here tonight. Addresses have been made by Hon. D. M. Dewett and others. One hundred guns were fired in honor of the nomination, and buildings illuminated. Harrisburg, Pa., September 1. --National salutes were fired by the Democrats near Fort Washington last evening, and on Capitol Hill this morning, in honor of the nomination of McClellan and Pendleton. Belfast, Me.,September 1.--The friends of McClellan have thrown out a flag and fired one hundred gun
Paducah (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 2
ears: Maine, J. A. Lyman, of Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesota, John H. McKinney, of Chatfield; Wisconsin, George H. Paul, of Milwaukie; Iowa, D. O. French, of Des Moines; Kansas, Isaac E. Eaton, of Leavenworth; California. Thomas Hughes, of San Francisco; Oregon, William McMelian, of.-- The committee organized by the election of August Belmont, Chairman,
Kansas (Kansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
of Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesota, John H. McKinney, of Chatfield; Wisconsin, George H. Paul, of Milwaukie; Iowa, D. O. French, of Des Moines; Kansas, Isaac E. Eaton, of Leavenworth; California. Thomas Hughes, of San Francisco; Oregon, William McMelian, of.-- The committee organized by the election of August Belmont, Chairman, and F. O. Prince, Secretary.
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 2
f Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesota, John H. McKinney, of Chatfield; Wisconsin, George H. Paul, of Milwaukie; Iowa, D. O. French, of Des Moines; Kansas, Isaac E. Eaton, of Leavenworth; California. Thomas Hughes, of San Francisco; Oregon, William McMelian, of.-- The committee organized by the election of August Belmont, Chairman, and F. O. Prince, Secretary.
San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
f Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesota, John H. McKinney, of Chatfield; Wisconsin, George H. Paul, of Milwaukie; Iowa, D. O. French, of Des Moines; Kansas, Isaac E. Eaton, of Leavenworth; California. Thomas Hughes, of San Francisco; Oregon, William McMelian, of.-- The committee organized by the election of August Belmont, Chairman, and F. O. Prince, Secretary.
Norwich (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 2
icago nomination by letter. Come when he may, however, he may be sure of a cordial reception. For the present, he is staying quietly with his family at Orange, New Jersey. The Democratic National Committee. The following persons compose the National Democratic Committee for the next four years: Maine, J. A. Lyman, of Portland; New Hampshire, Josiah Menot, of Concord; Vermont, H. S. Smith, of Milton; Massachusetts, F. O. Prince, of Boston; Connecticut, William M. Convorse, of Norwich; Rhode Island, Gideon Bradford, of Providence; New York, August Belmont, of New York city; New Jersey, N. G. Steele, of -- Pennsylvania, W. A. Galbraith, of Erie; Delaware, John A. Nicholson, of--; Maryland, Odin Bowie, of Covington; Kentucky, James Guthrie, of Louisville, and I. Trimble, of Paducah; Ohio, Rufus R. Ranny, of Cleveland; Indiana, W. E. Niblack, of--; Illinois, Wilbur T. Story, of Chicago; Michigan, W. L. Bancroft, of Port Huron; Missouri, Lewis W. Bogg, of St. Louis; Minnesot
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