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" It becomes our painful duty to inform you of the death of President Garfield and to advise you to take the oath of office as President of the United States without delay. "
Educational Review - Página 82
editado por - 1916
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The Simmons Reading Books: Book Eight

Augustus Hill Kelley - 1914 - 452 páginas
...remainder of her days and there he parted with her for the last time, when, in 1789 he left for New York to take the oath of office as President of the United States. The fear that this would be their last meeting on earth intensified the interest of the interview....
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Ohio Early State and Local History

Daughters of the American Revolution. Ohio Society. Dolly Todd Madison Chapter - 1915 - 273 páginas
...the retiring President, a man faithful and true; James A. Garfield, the soldier and statesman about to take the oath of office as President of the United States; Salmon P. Chase, our great Chief Justice, to administer the oath of office to the incoming President;...
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A World in Ferment: Interpretations of the War for a New World

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1917 - 254 páginas
...was. That document — one of the most precious in American history or American literature — should be a veritable guide-book for the American patriot....practical ways and with no less generous purpose, pressed home upon his countrymen the principles to which their loyalty was due. The American patriot...
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The Course of Empire: An Official Record

Richard Franklin Pettigrew - 1920 - 700 páginas
...longer be a doubt that all men are created equal. This was in Philadelphia, on his way to Washington to take the oath of office as President of the United States. He further said: Your worthy mayor [of Philadelphia] has expressed the wish, in which I join with him,...
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Steps in the Development of American Democracy

Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin - 1920 - 210 páginas
...country gentleman of Virginia, rode his horse up to the Capitol, tied it to the fence, and walked up to take the oath of office as President of the United States. Henry Adams in his History has proved this legend to be false; but it must be preserved because it...
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Famous Americans

Richard Stephen Uhrbrock, Albert Alexander Owens - 1922 - 377 páginas
...and speeches were made in honor of his arrival. April 30, 1789, was the day set for George Washington to take the oath of office as president of the United States. The crowds began to form at dawn, although the ceremony was not to begin until noon. At Federal Hall,...
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Woodrow Wilson, the Dreamer and the Dream

Lucian Lamar Knight - 1924 - 135 páginas
...highest court, did he again meet his old playmate when, in 1913, Woodrow Wilson came to Washington to take the oath of office as President of the United States. There was half a century's sleeping friendship back of the appointment which Mr. Wilson made some few...
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The Open Court, Volume 40

Paul Carus - 1926
...and dreary day, a few days later, he emerged from the Willard House with President Buchannan to go to the Capitol to take the oath of office as President of the United States. This man — Abraham Lincoln — took the oath amid an unfavorable, half -jeering crowd which was later...
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Life and Letters of Thomas Jefferson

Francis Wrigley Hirst, Thomas Jefferson - 1926 - 588 páginas
...Free air, free ocean and a harmless shore." — SELDEN ON March 4, 1805, Jefferson stood a second time to take the oath of office as President of the United States. He was then in his sixty-second year, having just completed a term of peaceful and prosperous achievements...
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J.J. Brown and Thomas E. Watson: Georgia Politics, 1912-1928

Walter J. Brown - 1988 - 178 páginas
...in Thomson en route to Washington to be sworn in as US Senator — March 1921. for Watson to ascend the steps of the Capitol to take the oath of office as United States Senator on March 4, 1921. He had not been in the halls of Congress since he left the...
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