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" It is asserted in substance that Mr. Vallandigham was, by a military commander, seized and tried "for no other reason than words addressed to a public meeting in criticism of the course of the administration, and in condemnation of the military orders... "
THE TRUTH FROM AN HONEST MAN. - Page 12
1863
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Lincoln and Chief Justice Taney: Slavery, Secession, and the President's War ...

James F. Simon - History - 2006 - 324 pages
...had contended that he had done nothing more than criticize the administration at a public meeting. "Now, if there be no mistake about this; if this assertion...truth; if there was no other reason for the arrest," Lincoln wrote Corning, "then I concede that the arrest was wrong." This opening gave Lincoln the opportunity...
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War and Liberty: An American Dilemma : 1790 to the Present

Geoffrey R. Stone - History - 2007 - 220 pages
...made an important concession: It is asserted . . . that Mr. Vallandigham was . . . seized and tried "for no other reason than words addressed to a public meeting. in criticism of the . . . Administration. and in condemnation of the Military orders of the General." Now. if there be...
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The Century: 1891, Volume 42

1891
...of banishment, assuming that Mr. V had been condemned and banished in violation of law and right — "for no other reason than words addressed to a public...of the administration; and in condemnation of the militar)' orders of" Burnside. I think Mr. V 's friends have ground to stand upon so strong — or...
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Speeches and Writings 1859-1865: Speeches, Letters, and Miscellaneous ...

Abraham Lincoln - United States - 1989 - 787 pages
...It is asserted, in substance, that Mr. Vallandigham was, by a military commander, seized and tried "for no other reason than words addressed to a public meeting, in criticism of the course of die Administration, and in condemnation of the Military orders of the General." Now, if there be no...
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Ohio History, Volume 32

Ohio - 1924
...meeting, in criticism of the course of the Administration, and in condemnation of the military order of the General.' Now, if there be no mistake about this, if there was no reason for the arrest, then I concede that the arrest was wrong. But the arrest, I understand,...
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