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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], The inside History of the Chicago Convention. (search)
ng to her sufferings in this contest, and closed by moving that James Guthrie now be substituted in the place of Vallandigham. This led to a he preferred. The result, as heretofore stated, was thirteen for Guthrie, eight for Vallandigham, and three scattering — just the reverse oated. This was followed with a bitter attack upon his heresies by Guthrie, Tilden and other members of the committee. Whilst this was going drive the war vote from them. Never did men work harder than Messrs. Guthrie, of Kentucky, and Tilden, of New York, on this point. One again met and took a vote. McClellan has fifty-five Nelson nine, Guthrie one, and one. This announcement fell like a thunderbolt upon the come in until Pendleton was nominated for Vice-President. James Guthrie was the choice of a majority of the Eastern delegations for Vicn the West and Northwest, and be satisfactory to the Ohio ultras. Guthrie had all along refused to be a candidate, and when Richmond was tol