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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences : Volume 16

By: American Academy of Arts and Sciences; American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Records of the Academy

...he votes cast for Congressman on the 6th of November, 1860, the day of the Presidential election. The legislature of Oregon had fixed no time for the ... ...epresentative in Congress. A bill passed each branch fixing the day of the Presidential election, for an election of a Representative in Congress once... ...of a voter was not found upon these muster rolls it was incumbent upon the party claiming the vote of such a person as amember of one of these regimen... ... as another, and all are admitted as evidence to that extent, leaving each party at liberty tocontrovert them by other evidence. In accordance with th... ...about fifteen min- utes. The next morning the servant found "a quantity of republican votes" under the carpet. When the votes in the ballot box were c... ... and unappointed, acted as poll clerk; that one of the inspectors snatched Republican ballots from the hands of his associates and changed them to Dem... ...tates supervisors of election, appointed in pursuance of sections 2011 and 2012 of the Revised Statutes of the United States; and the third count was ... ... seating Fairchild delegates, the controversy having been carried into the primaries selecting delegates to that convention. The committee also dissen... ...at the committee or governing authority of the political party holding the primaries may provide the manner in which the expenses of holding the same,...

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Contested Election Case of George D. Reynolds Vs. James Butler from the Twelfth Congressional District of Missouri

By: United States. Congress. House

...aw contrived and enacted and used to cheat and defraud the candidates of the Republican party of their just rights and privi- leges at public election... ...d and enacted and used to cheat and defraud the candidates of the Republican party of their just rights and privi- leges at public elections, and was ... ... was not the legal or authorized candidate for Congress of the Repul>- lican party in the Twelfth Congressional district of the State of Mi.ssouri at ... ... or that violence was used in some of said precincts to intimidate and expel Republican challengers, judges, and clerks therefrom; which violence was ... ...to a primary? — A. Konr years. il. You don't care anything about Repuhlicaii primaries, do you? — .\. 1 don t whenever I am busv. 1 don't take time to... ... the Twelfth Congressional district. — A. Well, there was trouble before the primaries, of cour.«e, some little. Q. What wei-e the troubles l)efore th... ...rili Pwenty-fir.st street. William .Nugent 201.'> Walnut street. Fred Waters 2012 Walnut street. Arlhur Hanks 2127 Waluui street. Heiirv Thomas 2140 W... ...Did you know them by sight before that? — A. I had seen a few of them at the Presidential election. At the time of the canvass for the Presidential el... ...you l)een an (ifticial at elections, Mr. Utml)er? — A. My first wa.<? in the Presidential election. I didn't go through with it. 1 iiad to go to Atlan...

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Hinds' Precedents of the House of Representatives of the United States : Including References to Provisions of the Constitution, The Laws, And Decisions of the United States Senate : Vol. 2

By: Hinds, Asher Crosby, 1863-1919, Cannon, Clarence, 1879-1964. Cannon's Precedents of the House of Representatives of the United States

...he votes cast for Congressman on the 6th of November, 1860, the day of the Presidential election. The legislature of Oregon had fixed no time for the ... ...epresentative in Congress. A bill passed each branch fixing the day of the Presidential election, for an election of a Representative in Congress once... ...of a voter was not found upon these muster rolls it was incumbent upon the party claiming the vote of such a person as amember of one of these regimen... ... as another, and all are admitted as evidence to that extent, leaving each party at liberty tocontrovert_ them by other evidence. In accordance with t... ...about fifteen min- utes. The next morning the servant found "a quantity of republican votes" under the carpet. When the votes in the ballot box were c... ... and unappointed, acted as poll clerk; that one of the inspectors snatched Republican ballots from the hands of his associates and changed them to Dem... ...tates supervisors of election, appointed in pursuance of sections 2011 and 2012 of the Revised Statutes of the United States; and the third count wasm... ... seating Fairchild delegates, the controversy having been carried into the primaries selecting delegates to that convention. The conunittee also disse... ...at the committee or governing authority of the political party holding the primaries may provide the manner in which the expenses of holding the same,...

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