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 197 - Some men with swords may reap the field, And plant fresh laurels where they kill, But their strong nerves at last must yield, They tame but one another still. Early or late They
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 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
Página 61 - that the general fund was entirely exhausted; that the Chenango Canal would cost, instead of one million, as had been represented, about two millions of dollars,

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