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William Alexander Linn, Horace Greeley Founder and Editor of The New York Tribune, Chapter 9: Greeley's presidential campaign-his death (search)
rm of the platform and the candidate. Charles Francis Adams was the preference of the radical civiSumner would drive the latter back to Grant if Adams was nominated. That Adams was not a practicale equally frank in their repugnance to Charles Francis Adams, whose letter is regarded as frivolousoudest talking is for Davis, the strongest for Adams, the most boastful for Brown, while the friendt resulted as follows: Greeley147 Brown95 Adams205 Curtin62 Trumbull110 Chase2ZZZ Davis922nd ballot it gave Greeley 10, Trumbull 16, and Adams 4. In the fifth ballot it increased the vote for Greeley to 18, giving Trumbull 8 and Adams 4, and the total of this ballot gave Adams 309, and porters of the Liberal movement who considered Adams the type of candidate to represent them, and wnnati convention, he would have been elected. Adams would have retained the support of a good manyf national heroes. To elect Greeley, to elect Adams, it was necessary to defeat Grant, and that wa[15 more...]
sts, defined, 124; ultra views of, 125-127; Greeley on, 128, 129, 135, 136, 156, 178. Adams, Charles Francis, candidate before the Liberal Republican Convention, 235. Adams-Jackson campaign, 16.Adams-Jackson campaign, 16. American Laborer (magazine), 115. B. Banking, Greeley on, in New Yorker, 35-38. Banks speakership contest, 166. Bates, Edward, Greeley's candidate for presidential nomination, 179. ry, Greeley's sympathy with, 93. I. Ireland, Greeley's sympathy with, 93. J. Jackson-Adams campaign, 16. Jeffersonian (newspaper), 42, 43, 47-49. Jewett, W. C., part in Niagara Fallsupport of Taylor, 148, 149,151 ; rebuke of New York business interests, 149, 161 ; on Van Buren-Adams ticket, 151; on campaign of 1850, 157; on Webster's 7th of March speech, 158; on Kansas-Nebraska51; tariff views, 111; Free Soil candidate , 127; on Texas question, 140, 142, 143; Van Buren-Adams ticket, 151. W. Walker, R. J., tariff views, 121. Webb, James Watson, on Greeley's dres