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United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
Abingdon, Virginia, August 20, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr.
Abingdon, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
Abingdon, Virginia, August 20, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr.
John Slidell (search for this): article 4
Abingdon, Virginia, August 20, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr.
George N. Sanders (search for this): article 4
To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr.
August 20th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 4
Abingdon, Virginia, August 20, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr.
Abingdon, Virginia, August 20, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: A late issue of the Enquirer, just brought to my notice, contains some gratuitous pleasantries on my father. I ask of you, in justice to an absent man, the favor to state in your journal that Mr. George N. Sanders was never at a political meeting in Columbus, Ohio, and never aided in the nomination of Mr. John Slidell for the office of United States Vice-President in 1856, or any other office, at any time. Respectfully, George N. Sanders, Jr.