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" Judge Holt's tribute to Stanton reveals what the republic owes to its defender. He says, "His loyalty to the Union cause was a passion. He could not open his lips on the subject without giving utterance to the strongest expressions. He never changed from... "
Edwin M. Stanton: An Address - Page 11
by Andrew Carnegie - 1906 - 35 pages
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Life of James Buchanan: Fifteenth President of the United States, Volume 2

George Ticknor Curtis - Buchanan, James - 1883 - 707 pages
...to interrupt the proceedings, yet, as Judge Black forcibly remarked in his letter to the President, preparation could do no possible; harm, in any event, and in the event which seemed most probable, it was the country's only chance of salvation. If, then, at this most critical...
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Life of James Buchanan: Fifteenth President of the United States, Volume 2

George Ticknor Curtis - Buchanan, James - 1883 - 707 pages
...the proceedings, yet, as Judge Black forcibly remarked in his letter to the President, prej>aration could do no possible harm, in any event, and in the event which seemed most probable, it was the country's only chance of salvation. If, then, at this most critical...
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The Ohio Magazine, Volume 1

Webster Perit Huntington - Ohio - 1906
...of the Republic over all its ports depended, hunc for several davs in the balance. The tiPresiclent finally sided with the loyalists. Stanton first reclaimed...newly elected President, Lincoln. This he no more hesiitated to perform than other patriotic duties required for the preservation of his country. Interviews...
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