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Speech of Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland, on the Proposed Compromise Bill

Reverdy Johnson

Speech of Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland, on the Proposed Compromise Bill

by Reverdy Johnson

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Published by Printed by John T . Towers .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL23458887M
OCLC/WorldCa27656029

Authors "J" J. C., fl. Notes on the progress of the anti-slavery cause in Spain: in reference to the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico. (). The Senate passed the amendment on April 8, , by a vote of 38 to 6; two Democrats, Reverdy Johnson of Maryland and James Nesmith of Oregon voted "aye." However, just over two months later on J the House failed to do so, with 93 in favor and 65 against, thirteen votes short of the two-thirds vote needed for passage; the vote split largely along party lines, with Republicans.

Reverdy Johnson () Artist: Unknown artist, 19th century Medium: Plaster MSA SC Maryland State Senate, Western Shore, ; House of Delegates, Baltimore County, , ; United States Attorney General, ; United States Senate , The election of was a landslide victory for the Democratic Party. Mrs. Johnson joined the President on the platform on the East Front of the Capitol; she was the first wife to stand with her husband as he took the oath of office. The oath was administered by Chief .

  Negotiated by the United States Minister to Britain, former Maryland senator Reverdy Johnson, in late , it was ignored by the Senate during the remainder of the President’s term. The treaty was rejected after he left office, and the Grant administration later negotiated considerably better terms from Britain. Maryland -- Politics and government -- See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader term: Maryland -- Politics and government; Filed under: Maryland -- Politics and government -- Address of the Federal Republican Committee of Kent County to the Electors of the Same (ca. ), by Democratic Party (Md.) (page images at LOC).


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