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Text:"...HORATIOSEYMOUR. 437 23ublic station. In each successive convention of the party his name ha.s been mentioned by delegates unacquainted with his desires, and the loud acclamations with which it has..."
Date:1860
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...28 LIFE AND SERVICES OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. fulness and influence he labors zealously to promote and advance. At the Democratic national convention, which convened on July 4th, 1868, he was nominated..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... applause.) Gentlemen, I thank you, and may God bless you for your kindness to me ; but your candidate I cannot be.quot;quot; (Three cheers for HoratioSeymour.) This plain refusal did not in the least abate..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...LIFE AND SERVICES OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. 23 him, he had always been strongly attached, through sympathy and taste, to the Democratic party. Mr. Seymours advent into political life took place in the fall..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...LIFE AND SERVICES OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. 25 He also engaged witli fervent spirit in the discussion relative to the call for a convention to amend the Constitution, but voted against the bill providing..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...32 RECORD OP HORATIOSEYMOUR. its flag through the gloom and perils of the future, aud in the saddest hour there will remain a gleam of hope, and we can still hail with pride the motto emblazoned..."
Date:1868
Publication place:England
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Text:"...248 LIFE OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. Mr. Seymour closed amid long-continued and tre mendous cheering. The Convention then proceeded to transact its bu siness. A number of resolutions were adopted..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...102 LIFE OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. quelled. The mob has been overpowered. Law and order have triumphed, and the riotously disposed every where have received a lesson which they will not soon forget..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...36 LIFE OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. of the War. He gave this support, however, for the preservation and restoration of the Union ; and the fact that he could not and did not sanction the usur pations..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...HoratioSeymour 241 with the draft in the public mind. It did not affect him in New York or in New Jersey. The real cause of his defeat was the situation in the South. Blaine truly observes..."
Date:1928
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...62 LIFE AND SERVICES OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. belonged, wo exteud the right hand of fellowship, and bail all such co-operating Avith us as friends and brethren. {Loud cheering) The nomination of Mr..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...dONTEKTS. CHAPTEE I. The Seymour Family. - Birth of HoratioSeymour - Childhood - Education - Decides to adopt the Law as his Profession- Early Studies Entr.ance upon his Duties - ^Death of his..."
Date:1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... : nevertheless, his nomination was unanimously made. AVhen officially informed of it, he again publicly declined. Bui: the Democracy would accept no other leader; and, as it was well known that HoratioSeymour..."
Date:1860
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...264 LIFE OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. Union that we should succeed in November it seems to me now, in reference to our distinguished Chairman, that his honor is entirely safe. No one can doubt that he has..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...270 LIFE OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. friends, and untrue to his country, had he still refused to sacrifice his personal preference to the wishes of the party as expressed so emphatically by the Convention..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... applause.) Gentlemen, I thank you, and may God bless you for your kindness to me ; but your candidate I cannot be. (Three cheers for HoratioSeymour.) This plain refusal did not in the least abate..."
Date:1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...NOMINATION OF MR. SEYMOUR. 259 State, including the Hon. George H. Pendleton, to again place in nomination, against his inclination, but no longer against his honor, the name of HoratioSeymour..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...22 LIFE OF HORATIOSEYMOUR. Lower House of the Legislature, and after a sharp con test, in which he came near being defeated in conse quence of some serious defections in his own party, was elected..."
Date:1868
Publication place:Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... later the Hunker candidate received 35 votes, and the Barnburner 30. The next day HoratioSeymour was formally elected Speaker of the New York Assembly. On the same afternoon he told Hugh J. Hastings..."
Publication date:1883
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Governor, was about to close. In an expiring effort the Americans had met, determined to act in future with the Democracy, and named HoratioSeymour as their choice for Governor. His friends followed..."
Publication date:1883
Publication place:New York, USA