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Franklin Buchanan
Birth: Sep 17 1800
Death: May 11 1874
Parents: George Buchanan and Laetitia Buchanan (born McKean)
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Text:"..., have driven the Car- lists from their strong-holds, but thu success ia cot a decisive one. Tlie civil war still rages. FranklinBuchanan, of the late Conf edcra'.e JTavy, died at his residence in Talbot ... . These gentlemen all expressed their hearty sympathy with the effort to put the old organization in good fighting trim. This will not be a dfficnlt task. Already Ihe linea are forming, the ranks are becom- ing ... .fpuvres and prayers, they kept the bill from beitic; wholly killed off tor the session ur.der the hope of getting it through for a less amount tljnn But this hope is a forlorn majority not during, while voting ... as if they are completely buried in masses of fruit- and son of J. Buchanan Hall, Esq.; for i blossoms. We rannot believe that thorn is number of years a..."
Date:May 15 1874
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...of objections to certain provisions of the bill. Logan and .Merrimon with difficulty maintained silence while Mr Sherman concluded his remarks, and betore the echo of his last word had died away both those great ... “te«l that it would end in the victim’s death, 'Tue Consular Agent of the Uniieii Slate.“. Mr James, presented a written protest uiiiier his olheuil seal. Gonzalos hru-tally replied tliat he would not only a«lmini8ter ... tho IHiiii.'linient hut wouhl .-.hoot him at 8 o'clock the next inorniiig, and alterwards put to death every foreigner in .au Jo.se. Mr Magee was brought out from liis duugeoii, thrown upon the ground ... . The passengers wanted to go on shore aiui jiroteet Mr Alagec with such arms as they had. They would have gone o their death if tiiey liad ventured. 'There were ten field pieces on the wliarl also,..."
Date:May 14 1874
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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