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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], The inside History of the Chicago Convention. (search)
ake the nomination unanimous, about one-third of the Ohio delegation held out to the last, and refused to come in until Pendleton was nominated for Vice-President. James Guthrie was the choice of a majority of the Eastern delegations for Vice-Pallot if New York had not changed. It was represented to the leaders of the New York delegation that the nomination of Pendleton would heal all the difficulty in the West and Northwest, and be satisfactory to the Ohio ultras. Guthrie had all alongd to be a candidate, and when Richmond was told these facts he said, " I want to elect the ticket; if the nomination of Pendleton will secure any more strength, then let us change. " Half an hour was given for consultation. The Western leaders and ny more strength, then let us change. " Half an hour was given for consultation. The Western leaders and those from the East consulted together, and the result was that New York changed to Pendleton. Pennsylvania followed, and he was nominated.