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Wilmington (Delaware, United States) (search for this): article 21
Senator Batard repudiated. --A large meeting was held in Wilmington, Del., on Tuesday night. A resolution was adopted, censuring and condemning the course of Senator Bayard in the United States Senate, for not advocating a compromise between the North and South. They repudiate his teachings as "having an anti-Union tendency, and unworthy of a patriot of Delaware."
Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): article 21
Senator Batard repudiated. --A large meeting was held in Wilmington, Del., on Tuesday night. A resolution was adopted, censuring and condemning the course of Senator Bayard in the United States Senate, for not advocating a compromise between the North and South. They repudiate his teachings as "having an anti-Union tendency, and unworthy of a patriot of Delaware."
Senator Batard repudiated. --A large meeting was held in Wilmington, Del., on Tuesday night. A resolution was adopted, censuring and condemning the course of Senator Bayard in the United States Senate, for not advocating a compromise between the North and South. They repudiate his teachings as "having an anti-Union tendency, and unworthy of a patriot of Delaware."
Senator Batard repudiated. --A large meeting was held in Wilmington, Del., on Tuesday night. A resolution was adopted, censuring and condemning the course of Senator Bayard in the United States Senate, for not advocating a compromise between the North and South. They repudiate his teachings as "having an anti-Union tendency, and unworthy of a patriot of Delaware."