Life of George P. Barker, with Sketches of Some of His Celebrated Speeches: The Proceedings of the Bar of Erie County on the Occasion of His Death; and the Funeral Sermon of John C. Lord, Parte 4
O. G. Steele, 1849 - 215 páginas
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Página 204 - there was found no place for them; and I saw the dead small and great stand before God, and the books were opened and the dead were judged out of
Página 187 - and 1 brake the jaws of the wicked and plucked the spoil out of his teeth ; unto me men gave ear and waited
Página 212 - said to corruption, thou art my father, to the worm, thou art my mother and my sister.'
Página 196 - and now my soul is poured out upon me, the days of affliction have taken hold upon me.
Página 187 - 1 cho.se out their way and sat chief and dwelt as a king in
Página 212 - I am distressed for thee, my brother, very pleasant hast thou been unto me,
Página 41 - John Beardsley; Eighth do., Chauncey J. Fox. All of these were elected on the regular democratic ticket, except Mr. Fox, of the eighth district, who was a whig.
Página 148 - Bouck had given this discretionary authority, upon consulting with the other friends of Mr. B., was advised against withdrawing his name. The convention therefore proceeded to a ballot, which resulted in 95 votes for Wright and 30 for Bouck; whereupon Mr. SEYMOUR, one of the most distinguished and zealous friends of the re-nomination of