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James Parton, The life of Horace Greeley, Chapter 23: three months in Congress. (search)
my vocation as an editor, and to charge me with editing my paper from my seat on this floor. Mr. Chairman, I do not believe there is one member in this Hall who has written less in his seat this sessan insinuated a neglect of my duties as a member of a Committee (Public Lands,) I appeal to its Chairman for proof to any that need it, that I have never been absent from a meeting of that Committee, devolving upon this House as the gentleman from Mississippi will deem desirable. And now, Mr. Chairman, a word on the main question before us. I know very well—I knew from the first—what a low, coent, you can repudiate, and blackguard your creditors as descended from Judas Iscariot!— Ah! Mr. Chairman, I was not rocked in the cradle of gentility! Jan. 14th. He wrote out another speech on . Rejected. The most striking passage of the speech on the recruiting system was this: Mr. Chairman, of all the iniquities and rascalities committed in our country, I think those perpetrated in<
James Parton, The life of Horace Greeley, Chapter 26: three months in Europe. (search)
urth part of the circulation of the Times. Chairman. Does it not appear to you that the taxes on qual and most efficient as a revenue duty. Chairman. It is clear, then, that the effect of the stinterests, has a considerable circulation. Chairman. When a person proposes to publish a paper inhan a man that starts a blacksmith's shop. Chairman. They do not presume in the United States, thforeign population, those who do not read. Chairman. Are there any papers published in New York, not like it; but that is not the cheapest. Chairman. Have you heard of a paper called the The Toerest or pleasure to quote it a good deal. Chairman. As the demand is extensive, is the remunerat pulpit, and so on; they are literary men. Chairman. I presume that the non-reading class in the Greeley. Yes; except in the Slave States. Chairman. Do not you consider that newspaper reading ig a newspaper and hearing it read I think. Chairman. Supposing that you had your schools as now, [1 more...]