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Image from page 64 of “Emile Zola; a biographical and critical study” (1893)
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Title: Emile Zola; a biographical and critical study
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: Sherard, Robert Harborough, 1861-1943
Subjects: Zola, Emile, 1840-1902
Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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M. Louis Hachelle. THE STRUGGLE UPWARDS 43 young ProveiKj^al, to hand him a small piece ofmoney. This job was to carry round to the housesof M. Boudets friends the cards which it is usual inFrance to leave on acquaintances on New YearsDay. One can imagine poor Emile Zola, with hishead full of poetic visions and his shabbiest of coatson his back, trudging about in the slush and thesnow to execute this most menial of services. It may here be remarked, to Zolas credit, thatthe long and bitter sufferings of his youth did notsour his character, as they might very naturallyhave done. When he talks of those evil days it iswithout indignation or revolt. I had no money, he will say, when speaking ofthose bad times, and I did not know what wasgoing to become of me; but, no matter, those werethe good times. Ah, youth! ones first literarypassions—the happy careless days ! When 1 hadread my fill along the bookstalls on the quays, orwhen I returned from some long walk on the banksof the Bievre, o

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Image from page 326 of “History of the Republican Party, embracing its origin, growth and mission, together with appendices of statistics and information required by enlightened politicians and patriotic citizens” (1884)
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Title: History of the Republican Party, embracing its origin, growth and mission, together with appendices of statistics and information required by enlightened politicians and patriotic citizens
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Flower, Frank Abial, 1854-1911
Subjects: Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Publisher: Springfield, Ill., Union Publishing Co.
Contributing Library: UCLA Library, Preservation Department
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r—Ridiculous Features—Southern Butcheries—Grants Great Majority—Poor Greeley—Grants Successful Admin-istration. The Republican National Convention of 1872, which con-vened in the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, on Wednes-day, June 5, was comparatively tame. It was generally un-derstood that, owing to the popular demand for Grants re-nomination, there would be no contest—none of that sparringof political giants for vantage-ground and coveted pointswhich gives interest and excitement to such gatherings. The assemblage was called to order by Wm. Claflin, ofMassachusetts, in a brief speech referring to our improvedpublic credit and general prosperity. He then presentedMorton McMichael, of Pennsylvania, as temporary chairman,who, on being unanimously elected, was escorted to the standby Henry S. Lane, of Indiana, J. H. Piatt, of Virginia, andJames Lewis, of Louisiana. As he could never open his mouth and do otherwise, Mr.McMichael made an eloquent speech, followed by music from

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^^**^?-«*^~ HISTORY OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. 307 the band engaged for the occasion. John W. Newlin, ofNew Jersey, Hiram Potter, Jr., of Florida, and John R. Hub-bard, of West Virginia, were chosen temporary secretaries,and the various committees were appointed as follows: STATES. CREDENTIALS. PERMANENTORGANIZATION. RESOLUTIONS. RULES AND OR-DER OFBUSINESS Alabama.. J. W. Burke Isaac Heyraan R.M.Reynolds W.B.Jones Arkansas . J.H.Johnson J.M.Johnson W.H.Grey S.Wheeler California. Thos. Fallon F.K.Shattuck J.H.Withington C.M.Patterson Conn J.D.Frary Bartlett Bent J.R.Hawley Daniel Chadwick Delaware . Ben j. Burton John C.Clark H.F.Pickels C.F.Richards Florida J.H. Armstrong F.N.Wicker J.W.Johnson J.W.Butler Georgia… Edwin Belcher J.F.Long D.A.Walker J.M.Simms • Illinois…. J.F.Alexander Enoch Emery Herman Raster I.A.Powell Indiana… M.L.Bundy G.K.Steele Charles Cruft C.W. Chapman Iowa I.Pendleton A.R.Anderson W.Vandever I.W.Card Kansas Wm. Baldwin J. Kellogg C.A.Morris H.C.Cross K

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