The life of William H. Seward, by Frederic Bancroft ...

New York, London, Harper and Brothers, 1900.

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Subjects Seward, William H. (William Henry), 1801-1872.
Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.
Description 2 volumes frontispieces (portraits) 22 cm
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Copyright Date 1900.
Contents volume 1. The start in life -- First experiments in politics -- The rise of political anti-Masonry -- The state senator -- Waiting for the rise of the Whig Party in New York -- Party leaders and practical politics during Seward's governorship, 1839-42 -- The governorship -- Retirement and politics, 1843-44 -- 1845-49 -- Seward as a lawyer -- Some personal traits and characteristics -- The outlook as United States senator -- The debate on Clay's compromise propositions -- The passage of the compromise -- The "Higher Law" waits on the "Finality," 1850-52 -- Diversions in foreign affairs, 1851-52 -- The repeal of the Missouri Compromise, 1853-54 -- Party transformations : the Republican Party and its leader, 1854-55 -- The first year of Seward's Republican leadership, 1855-56 -- The announcement of the "Irrepressible Conflict," 1857-58 -- Some questions in foreign relations, 1853-60 -- Illustrations of the "Irrepressible Conflict" and of the Conflict Repressible, 1859-60 -- The national conventions and campaign of 1860.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2363052
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WorldCat Identities Bancroft, Frederic, 1860-1945.
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