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" Franklin Buchanan, now occupying the very highest places in the rebel war service, were all within the power of the government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors then as now. Unquestionably if we had seized and held... "
President Lincoln's Views - Page 1
by Abraham Lincoln - 1863 - 16 pages
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The History, Civil, Political and Military, of the Southern ..., Volume 4

Orville James Victor - United States - 1861
...highest places ia the Rebel war service, were all within the power of the Government since the Rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors...insurgent cause would be much weaker. But no one of tliem had then committed any crime defined in the law. Every one of them, if arrested, would have been...
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The Rebellion Record: June '63-Nov. '63

Frank Moore - United States - 1864
...highest places in the rebel war service, were all within the power of the government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors...weaker. But no one of them had then committed any crime denned in the law. Every one of them, if arrested, would have been discharged on habeas carpus were...
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Treason and Rebellion: Being in Part the Legislation of Congress and of the ...

Treason - 1863 - 47 pages
...highest places in the rebel war service, were all within the power of the Government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors...weaker. But no one of them had then committed any crime denned in the law. In view of these and similar cases, I think the time not unlikely to come when I...
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Life of Abraham Lincoln: Presenting His Early History, Political Career, and ...

Joseph Hartwell Barrett - Electronic book - 1864 - 510 pages
...highest places in the rebel war service, were all within the power of the Government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors...them, the insurgent cause would be much weaker. But Vio one of them had then committed any crime defined by law. Every one of them, if arrested, would...
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The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents ..., Volume 6

Frank Moore - United States - 1864
...all within the power of the government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to bo traitors then as now. Unquestionably, if we had seized...weaker. But no one of them had then committed any j crime defined in the law. Every one of them, if : arrested, would have been discharged on hain't*...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States ...

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1866
...highest places in the Rebel war service, were all within the power of the Government since the Rebellion Q , them and held them, the insurgent cause would be much weaker. But no one of them had then committed...
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History of the Administration of President Lincoln

Henry Jarvis Raymond - United States - 1864 - 8 pages
...highest places in the rebel war service, were all within the. power of the Government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors then as now. Unquestionably, if wo had seized and held them, the insurgent cause would be much weaker. But no one of them had then...
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History of the Administration of President Lincoln: Including His Speeches ...

Henry Jarvis Raymond - United States - 1864 - 496 pages
...highest places in the rebel war service, were all within the power of the Government since the rebellion began, and were nearly as well known to be traitors then as now. Unquestionably, if wo had seized and held them, the insurgent cause would be much weaker. But no one of them had then...
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LOGIC OF HISTORY FIVE HUNDRED POLITICAL TEXTS: BEING CONCENTRATED EXTRACT OF ...

S.D. CARPENTER - 1864
...seized and held them the insurgent cause I'JsvsfiflaM be much weaker. But no one of them ftafcthen committed any crime defined in the • •law.'/ Every one of them, if arrested, would ^have/been discharged on habeas corpus were the ;OT'itr allowed to operate. In view of these and similar...
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Logic of History: Five Hundred Political Texts: Being Concentrated Extracts ...

Stephen D. Carpenter - Antislavery movements - 1864 - 351 pages
...rebel war service, were all within the power of the government since the rebellion begun, and wurc nearly as well known to be traitors then as now. Unquestionably, if we and seined ami held them the insurgent cause would be nuicli weaker. But no one of them had then committed...
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