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Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 20
Resignation of Maj. Hutter. --Maj. Geo. C. Hutter, paymaster in the late U. S. Army, has resigned his commission. This is a praiseworthy act in Maj. Hutter. He is a true Virginian, and, like all true Southern men, can never consent to hold office under such a traitor and despot as Abraham Lincoln. --Lynchburg Repub.
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Resignation of Maj. Hutter. --Maj. Geo. C. Hutter, paymaster in the late U. S. Army, has resigned his commission. This is a praiseworthy act in Maj. Hutter. He is a true Virginian, and, like all true Southern men, can never consent to hold office under such a traitor and despot as Abraham Lincoln. --Lynchburg Repub. Resignation of Maj. Hutter. --Maj. Geo. C. Hutter, paymaster in the late U. S. Army, has resigned his commission. This is a praiseworthy act in Maj. Hutter. He is a true Virginian, and, like all true Southern men, can never consent to hold office under such a traitor and despot as Abraham Lincoln. --Lynchburg Repub. Resignation of Maj. Hutter. --Maj. Geo. C. Hutter, paymaster in the late U. S. Army, has resigned his commission. This is a praiseworthy act in Maj. Hutter. He is a true Virginian, and, like all true Southern men, can never consent to hold office under such a traitor and despot as Abraham Lincoln. --Lynchburg Repub.