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Text:"... to send this if you shall have left Boston I will request that it be fordd. to you. With best wishes I am as ever very truly yr friend Jeff Davis. Excy. F. Pierce XXI. FranklinPierce to H. D. Pierce. 1..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1905
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Text:".... VII. Edmund Burke to FranklinPierce. Washington, June 10, 1852. My dear Sir : Yesterday Mr. Ritchie placed in my hands a letter from Robert G. Scott, Esq., of Richmond in relation to your answer to his..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
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Text:".... FranklinPierce to H. D. Pierce. Clarendon Hotel City of New York Dec 21, 1S59 My dear BiotJier I hope you will feel a sufficient interest in us to desire to know how we have progressed thus far on our..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to FranklinPierce. Confidential. , Hon. FranklinPierce, Washington, June 8, 1852. My dear Sir. I write to-day in relation to a matter personal to ourselves. Mr. Houston, Chairman of the Committee of Ways..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Some Papers of FranklinPierce, 18 52-1862 1 1 1 Blair, and that class of politicians put him forward. I do not think it possible for him to survive this prejudice, and therefore I think that the N..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
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Text:"...Some Papers of FranklinPierce, 185 2-1 862 365 more and are disposed to rush blindly on dangers which they feel are at hand but do not appreciate ; others see in the crisis only the vulgar struggle..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1905
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Text:".... F. Pierce. •* XXIII. Jefferson Davis to FranklinPierce. Washington D. C. June 13, i860. My dear General, Your welcome letter of the nth inst. relieved me of speculation of your whereabouts as I have..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1905
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Text:"... truly your friend etc, Edmund Burke. Gen. F. Pierce. VII. Edmund Burke to FranklinPierce. Washington, June 10, 1852. My dear Sir : Yesterday Mr. Ritchie placed in my hands a letter from Robert G. Scott..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Some Papers of FranklinPierce, 18 52-1862 1 1 5 him on my return home through New York. We can do much through these channels. I expect to see you soon. In haste yours truly, Edmund Burke. Gen. F..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
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Text:"...I 13 Documents . III. Edmund Burke to FranklinPierce. Baltimore, June 5, 1852. Dear General. We are in great hopes of nominating you this morning. The thing is about ripe. We have intimations from..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Some Papers of FranklinPierce, 18^2-1862 364 The prospect for our country is not less gloomy than when you left. The condition in which Genl. Gushing said men should provide for storm seems..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... country home. Do me the favor to write me often. Address Hurricane P. O., Warren County, Miss. May God bless you is ever the prayer of your friend Jeffn. Davis. President F. Pierce. XXVI. FranklinPierce..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Some Papers of FranklinPierce, 18 52-1862 1 1 3 III. Edmund Burke to FranklinPierce. Baltimore, June 5, 1852. Dear General. We are in great hopes of nominating you this morning. The thing is about..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1862
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Text:"...Some Papers of FranklinPierce, 18 52-1862 367 I leave immediately for Mississippi and know not what may devolve upon me after my return. Civil war has only horror for me, but whatever circumstances..."
Date:Between 1852 and 1905
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Text:"... to a close the situation had become so acute that to have renominated him would have tended to aggravate rather than quiet the turbulent elements. FranklinPierce was a man of good personal character, honest..."
Date:1902
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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Text:"..., so fearless, as FranklinPierce has proved himself to he in upholding the Constitution. How many others f ^11 when the tempter came! When State after State deserted, and eiubraced Abolitionism..."
Date:Between 1804 and 1869
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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Text:"... of Representives in General Court convened: That the governor and council are hereby directed to cause a statue to FranklinPierce to be erected in an appropriate place, to be by them selected in the state house..."
Date:1914
Place:New Hampshire, USA
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Text:"... modification, were then adopted- FranklinPierce recording his vote in favor of every one of them. When the fifth resolution came up, asserting subatantiaiiy that efibrts by the People of the States..."
Date:Between 1804 and 1869
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Text:"... and House of Representives in General Court convened: That the governor and council are hereby directed to cause a statue to FranklinPierce to be erected in an appropriate place, to be by them selected..."
Date:1914
Place:New Hampshire, USA
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Text:"... of the act. No man more earnestly implored the people of New Hampshire to stand by the National Government than did FranklinPierce. His personal life was a record of virtue and good living, and he was a brave..."
Date:1902
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA