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Text:"... and affectionately your friend, JamesBuchanan. P. S. - You will please to deliver the notes and review to the bearer hereof, your old friend, James B. Henry, who will await your convenience. [MR. BUCHANAN TO J..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... and affectionately your friend, JamesBuchanan. P. S. You will please to deliver the notes and review to the bearer hereof, your old friend, James B. Henry, who will await your convenience. [MR. BUCHANAN TO J..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...92 THE WORKS OF JAMESBUCHANAN [1860 I do not quite see what additional light I could shed upon it. If, however, after examining what he has written, you still think it desirable that I should speak..."
Publication date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... legs. With my kindest regards to your wife, I remain, very affectionately, Your friend, JamesBuchanan. [MR. STANTON TO MR. BUCHANAN.] Washington, April 12, 1861. Dear Sir: We have the war upon us..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JAMESBUCHANAN AS A LAWYER 563 one of his class, especially admired Buchanan, and there is lasting evidence that Mr. Webster was on terms of private hospitality. I find this neat note among..."
Date:1912
Publication place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...92 THE WORKS OF JAMESBUCHANAN [1860 I do not quite see what additional light I could shed upon it If, however, after examining what he has written, you still think it desirable that I should speak..."
Date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...332 THE WORKS OF JAMESBUCHANAN was, that being the case, only for the President to lay the facts before that body and obey their behest, whether for peace or war. No belief that the American people..."
Date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...332 THE WORKS OF JAMESBUCHANAN was, that being the case, only for the President to lay the facts before that body and obey their behest, whether for peace or war. No belief that the American people..."
Date:1908
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... in my legs. With my kindest regards to your wife, I remain, very affectionately, Your friend, JamesBuchanan. [mr. stanton to mr. buchanan.] Washington, April 12, 1861. Dear Sir: We have the war upon us..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...84 THE WORKS OF JAMESBUCHANAN [1860 these circumstances that I am urged immediately to withdraw the troops from the harbor of Charleston, and am informed that without this negotiation is impossible..."
Date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... JamesBuchanan. R. COBDEN. TO DR. BLAKE.^ Wheatland, 12 Sep: 1861. My dear Sir/ I have received your kind favor of the 7th Instant owe you many thanks for it as well as for Mr. Stantons report. It puts..."
Publication date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... in my legs. With my kindest regards to your wife, I remain, very affectionately, Your friend, JAMESBUCHANAN. [MR. STANTON TO MR. BUCHANAN.] WASHINGTON, April 12, 1861. DEAR SIR : We have the war upon us..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... and affectionately your friend, JAMESBUCHANAN. P. S. You will please to deliver the notes and review to the bearer hereof, your old friend, James B. Henry, who will await your convenience. [MR. BUCHANAN TO J..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... and affectionately your friend, JamesBuchanan. P. S. - You will please to deliver the notes and review to the bearer hereof, your old friend, James B. Henry, who will await your convenience. [MR. BUCHANAN TO J..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... within the last few days, when I have suffered from sharp twinges of rheumatism in my legs. With my kindest regards to your wife, I remain, very affectionately, Your friend, JamesBUCHANAN. [MR. STANTON..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... in my legs. With my kindest regards to your wife, I remain, very affectionately, Your friend, JamesBuchanan. [mr. stanton to mr. buchanan.] Washington, April 12, 1861. Dear Sir: We have the war upon us..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...84 THE WORKS OF JAMESBUCHANAN [1860 these circumstances that I am urged immediately to withdraw the troops from the harbor of Charleston, and am informed that without this negotiation is impossible..."
Publication date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... in my legs. With my kindest regards to your wife, I remain, very affectionately, Your friend, JamesBuchanan. [mr. stanton to mr. buchanan.] Washington, April 12, 1861. Dear Sir : We have the war upon us..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., R. Cobden. Hon. JamesBuchanan. TO DR. BLAKE. 2 Wheatland, 12 Sep: 1861. My dear Sir/ I have received your kind favor of the 7th Instant owe you many thanks for it as well as for Mr. Stantons report..."
Date:1908
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and affectionately your friend, JamesBuchanan. P. S. - ^You will please to deliver the notes and review to the bearer hereof, your old friend, James B. Henry, who will await your convenience. [MB. BUCHANAN TO J..."
Date:Between 1791 and 1868