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" Judge Holt, a . member of the Cabinet, speaking from his own knowledge, tells us that Stanton also declared in the face of the President that a president who signed such an order would be guilty of treason. The President raised his hand deprecatingly,... "
Edwin M. Stanton: An Address - Page 10
by Andrew Carnegie - 1906 - 35 pages
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Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly

Ohio - 1906
...crime equal to that of Arnold, and that all who participated in the act should be hung like Andre." Judge Holt, a . member of the Cabinet, speaking from...tribute to Stanton reveals what the Republic owes to its defenders. He says, "His loyalty to the Union cause was a passion. He could not open his lips on the...
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Life and Public Services of Edwin M. Stanton, Volume 1

George Congdon Gorham - Cabinet officers - 1899
...deprecatingly and said, as if wounded by the intensity of Mr. Stanton's language and manner : ' Oh, no ! not so bad as that, my friend ! — not so bad as that ! ' " Judge Holt pronounced a glowing tribute to Stanton as a patriot and a man, saying, among other things : "...
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Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly

Ohio - 1906
...crime equal to that of Arnold, and that all who participated in the act should be hung like Andre." Judge Holt, a member of the Cabinet, speaking from...tribute to Stanton reveals what the Republic owes to its defenders. He says, "His loyalty to the Union cause was a passion. He could not open his lips on the...
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The Ohio Magazine, Volume 1

Webster Perit Huntington - Ohio - 1906
...who signed such an order would be guilty of treason. The President raised his hand deprecatintrly, saying, "Not so bad as that, my friend, not so bad...the Union cause was a passion. He could not open his lins on the subject without giving utterance to the strongest expressions. He never changed from first...
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In Memoriam, Edwin McMasters Stanton, His Life and Work: With Account of ...

Joseph Beatty Doyle - Monuments - 1911 - 405 pages
...equalled by the treason of Arnold, to which Buchanan raised his hand deprecatingly, exclaiming "Oh, no ! Not so bad as that, my friend, not so bad as that!" Stanton and Black embodied their objections to the President's proposed reply to the South Carolina...
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Memory's Milestones: Reminiscences of Seventy Years of a Busy Life in Pittsburgh

Percy Frazer Smith - Pittsburgh (Pa.) - 1918 - 292 pages
...deprecatingly, and said, as if wounded by the intensity of Mr. Stanton's language and manner, "Oh, no ; not so bad as that, my friend ; not so bad as that." Mr. Stanton immediately wrote his brother-in-law, Hon. Christopher P. Wolcott, on the crisis: "The...
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Confederate Charleston: An Illustrated History of the City and the People ...

Robert N. Rosen - History - 1994 - 181 pages
...general, Edwin Stanton, thundered, "would be guilty of treason." To which Buchanan replied, "Oh, no! Not so bad as that, my friend! Not so bad as that!" There was even a preliminary agreement to negotiate the ownership of Federal property in South Carolina....
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Ohio History, Volume 15

Ohio - 1906
...crime equal to that of Arnold, and that all who participated in the act should be hung like Andre." Judge Holt, a member of the Cabinet, speaking from...tribute to Stanton reveals what the Republic owes to its defenders. He says, "His loyalty to the Union cause was a passion. He could not open his lips on the...
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