was one vote polled for the first Abolitionist presidential ticket.
The man who gave it did not try to hide his responsibility — in fact, he seemed rather proud of his aloneness — but he was mercilessly guyed on account of the smallness of his party.
His rejoinder was that he thought that he and God, who was, he believed, with him, made a pretty good-sized and respectable party.
G. P. Putnam's Son, 1905.
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