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Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 33
Refused to honor the President elect. --The Duqueane Greys, a leading military company of Pittsburg, held a meeting on the evening prior to the arrival of Mr. Lincoln at that city, and unanimously refused to take part in the formal reception accorded him.--The Greys, it will be remembered, acted as a guard of honor to the Prince of Wales on his passage through Pittsburg. Refused to honor the President elect. --The Duqueane Greys, a leading military company of Pittsburg, held a meeting on the evening prior to the arrival of Mr. Lincoln at that city, and unanimously refused to take part in the formal reception accorded him.--The Greys, it will be remembered, acted as a guard of honor to the Prince of Wales on his passage through Pittsburg.
Refused to honor the President elect. --The Duqueane Greys, a leading military company of Pittsburg, held a meeting on the evening prior to the arrival of Mr. Lincoln at that city, and unanimously refused to take part in the formal reception accorded him.--The Greys, it will be remembered, acted as a guard of honor to the Prince of Wales on his passage through Pittsburg.