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" Although Mr. Lincoln is, or was, a Fremont man, you must not include him with so many of those who belong to that party, an Abolitionist. In principle he is far from it. All he desires is that slavery shall not be extended, let it remain where it is. "
McClure's Magazine ... - Страница 477
1898
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Lincoln and Missouri

Walter Barlow Stevens - 1916 - 57 страници
...Fremont man, you must not include him with so many of those who belong to that party, an abolitionist. In principle he is far from it. All he desires is...shall not be extended. Let it remain where it is." Also, about the time of the conference there appeared in Missouri an authorized biographical sketch...

Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred Years ..., Том 2

Walter Barlow Stevens - 1921
...about 1850 . 1 MISSOURI AND THE WHITE HOUSE 137 of those who belong to that party, an abolitionist. In principle he is far from it. All he desires is...shall not be extended. Let it remain where it is." And about the time of these Lincoln-Blair conferences there appeared in Missouri an authorized biographical...

Mary Todd Lincoln: A Biography

Jean H. Baker - 1989 - 429 страници
...Fremont man you must not include him with so many of those who belong to that party, an Abolitionist. In principle he is far from it — All he desires,...slavery shall not be extended, let it remain where it is."50 Perceptively she recognized that the days of Democratic hegemony in Illinois were ending. William...
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Lincoln of Kentucky

Lowell Harrison - 2000 - 305 страници
...opposition within his household. Mary was much interested in politics, and she wrote her sister Emilie, "My weak woman's heart was too Southern in feeling to sympathize with any but Fillmore," who had been a good president, was a just man, and would keep foreigners "within bounds." If Mrs. Lincoln...
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Millard Fillmore

Robert J. Scarry - 2001 - 432 страници
...Mrs. Lincoln three weeks after the election (November 23, 1856) wrote her half sister in Kentucky: "I have always been a great admirer of his, he made so good a president & is so just a man & feels the necessity of keeping foreigners within bounds."75 The last sentiment...
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House of Abraham: Lincoln and the Todds, a Family Divided by War

Stephen William Berry - 2007 - 255 страници
...sister, "you must not include him with so many of those, who belong to that party, an Abolitionist. In principle he is far from it — All he desires...shall not be extended, let it remain where it is." Having thus excused her husband's political position, she then admitted that hers was much closer to...
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Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years and the War Years

Carl Sandburg, Edward C. Goodman - 2007 - 463 страници
...conservative and Union-loving." In his own home Lincoln's arguments failed. Mrs. Lincoln wrote to a sister: "My weak woman's heart was too Southern in feeling to sympathize with any but Fillmore ... he made so good a President & is so just a man & feels the necessity of keeping foreigners within...
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Missouri Historical Review, Том 10

Francis Asbury Sampson, Floyd Calvin Shoemaker - 1916
...Fremont man, you must not include him with so many of those who belong to that party, an abolitionist. In principle he is far from it. All he desires is...shall not be extended. Let it remain where it is." Also, about the time of the conference there appeared in Missouri an authorized biographical sketch...




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