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Mrs. John A. Logan, Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife: An Autobiography, Chapter 10: (search)
ich gowns and elaborate social functions. Mrs. Williams became so elated over her sway that she unolish and could not be done, but gratified Mrs. Williams's whim by calling the ladies together for al affairs. The majority, in fact all but Mrs. Williams, agreed with Mrs. Grant that they had no pe Jefferson's code of official etiquette. Mrs. Williams said she, for one, would not make the firs Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase died, and General Williams's name, on account of his ability as a juiolent speech against the confirmation of General Williams's name, making many charges against Mrs. Mrs. Williams, accusing her of numberless peccadilloes, acceptance of presents without General Williams'General Williams's knowledge from persons who had cases before the Department of Justice, presumption, and other unde person of the wife of the Chief Justice. General Williams's confirmation was defeated, the real troarpenter in his determination to humiliate Mrs. Williams. Therefore, notwithstanding General Willi[4 more...]