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Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Peace Conference. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: The Peace Convention is probably as fully attended now as it will be. The additions lately made to it of ultra and straight-out Republican delegations have retarded, if it has not entirely thwarted, the objects of the Conference. It is well known and understood that had the subject been left to the decision of the Commissioners from Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky, on the part of the South, and those of Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey, and one or two others, on the part of the North, a settlement would have been agreed upon before this. The Commissioners from New York, Massachusetts, Iowa and some others, have come in between the Peace Commissioners and interrupted the peace movement.
New Jersey (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Peace Conference. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: The Peace Convention is probably as fully attended now as it will be. The additions lately made to it of ultra and straight-out Republican delegations have retarded, if it has not entirely thwarted, the objects of the Conference. It is well known and understood that had the subject been left to the decision of the Commissioners from Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky, on the part of the South, and those of Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey, and one or two others, on the part of the North, a settlement would have been agreed upon before this. The Commissioners from New York, Massachusetts, Iowa and some others, have come in between the Peace Commissioners and interrupted the peace movement.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Peace Conference. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: The Peace Convention is probably as fully attended now as it will be. The additions lately made to it of ultra and straight-out Republican delegations have retarded, if it has not entirely thwarted, the objects of the Conference. It is well known and understood that had the subject been left to the decision of the Commissioners from Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky, on the part of the South, and those of Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey, and one or two others, on the part of the North, a settlement would have been agreed upon before this. The Commissioners from New York, Massachusetts, Iowa and some others, have come in between the Peace Commissioners and interrupted the peace movement.
Iowa (Iowa, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Peace Conference. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: The Peace Convention is probably as fully attended now as it will be. The additions lately made to it of ultra and straight-out Republican delegations have retarded, if it has not entirely thwarted, the objects of the Conference. It is well known and understood that had the subject been left to the decision of the Commissioners from Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky, on the part of the South, and those of Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey, and one or two others, on the part of the North, a settlement would have been agreed upon before this. The Commissioners from New York, Massachusetts, Iowa and some others, have come in between the Peace Commissioners and interrupted the peace movement.
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Peace Conference. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: The Peace Convention is probably as fully attended now as it will be. The additions lately made to it of ultra and straight-out Republican delegations have retarded, if it has not entirely thwarted, the objects of the Conference. It is well known and understood that had the subject been left to the decision of the Commissioners from Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky, on the part of the South, and those of Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey, and one or two others, on the part of the North, a settlement would have been agreed upon before this. The Commissioners from New York, Massachusetts, Iowa and some others, have come in between the Peace Commissioners and interrupted the peace movement.
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Peace Conference. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: The Peace Convention is probably as fully attended now as it will be. The additions lately made to it of ultra and straight-out Republican delegations have retarded, if it has not entirely thwarted, the objects of the Conference. It is well known and understood that had the subject been left to the decision of the Commissioners from Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky, on the part of the South, and those of Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey, and one or two others, on the part of the North, a settlement would have been agreed upon before this. The Commissioners from New York, Massachusetts, Iowa and some others, have come in between the Peace Commissioners and interrupted the peace movement.