The Resource Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. : The undersigned, delegates elected at Republican caucuses in the several towns of Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Westminster, to attend the Republican Representative Convention, held at Fitchburg on the thirty-first day of October last [1867], feel called upon in justice to themselves ... to make a plain statement of the facts attending the action of that convention, and of the course to which they were compelled by the arbitrary and gross assumption of illegal authority on the part of the temporary chairman, chosen at an early stage of the meeting. ... The other sets of delegates, after a hurried and informal transaction of their business, dissolved their meeting, leaving the undersigned in possession of the hall. .., (electronic resource)

Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. : The undersigned, delegates elected at Republican caucuses in the several towns of Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Westminster, to attend the Republican Representative Convention, held at Fitchburg on the thirty-first day of October last [1867], feel called upon in justice to themselves ... to make a plain statement of the facts attending the action of that convention, and of the course to which they were compelled by the arbitrary and gross assumption of illegal authority on the part of the temporary chairman, chosen at an early stage of the meeting. ... The other sets of delegates, after a hurried and informal transaction of their business, dissolved their meeting, leaving the undersigned in possession of the hall. .., (electronic resource)

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Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. : The undersigned, delegates elected at Republican caucuses in the several towns of Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Westminster, to attend the Republican Representative Convention, held at Fitchburg on the thirty-first day of October last [1867], feel called upon in justice to themselves ... to make a plain statement of the facts attending the action of that convention, and of the course to which they were compelled by the arbitrary and gross assumption of illegal authority on the part of the temporary chairman, chosen at an early stage of the meeting. ... The other sets of delegates, after a hurried and informal transaction of their business, dissolved their meeting, leaving the undersigned in possession of the hall. ..
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Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District.
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The undersigned, delegates elected at Republican caucuses in the several towns of Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Westminster, to attend the Republican Representative Convention, held at Fitchburg on the thirty-first day of October last [1867], feel called upon in justice to themselves ... to make a plain statement of the facts attending the action of that convention, and of the course to which they were compelled by the arbitrary and gross assumption of illegal authority on the part of the temporary chairman, chosen at an early stage of the meeting. ... The other sets of delegates, after a hurried and informal transaction of their business, dissolved their meeting, leaving the undersigned in possession of the hall. ..
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1867
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Republican Representative Convention
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1830-1918
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Willis, Henry A.
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  • Towne, George Edwin
  • Ruggles, Otis Taft
  • Lane, Howard M
  • Elections
  • Worcester County (Mass.)
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Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. : The undersigned, delegates elected at Republican caucuses in the several towns of Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Westminster, to attend the Republican Representative Convention, held at Fitchburg on the thirty-first day of October last [1867], feel called upon in justice to themselves ... to make a plain statement of the facts attending the action of that convention, and of the course to which they were compelled by the arbitrary and gross assumption of illegal authority on the part of the temporary chairman, chosen at an early stage of the meeting. ... The other sets of delegates, after a hurried and informal transaction of their business, dissolved their meeting, leaving the undersigned in possession of the hall. .., (electronic resource)
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  • Statement of the delegates who nominated George E. Towne, Otis T. Ruggles, and Howard M. Lane for representatives
  • Signed: Fitchburg:--H.A. Willis [and fifteen others]. Lunenburg:--Chas. A. Goodrich [and three others]. Leominster:--Geo. T. Lincoln [and nine others]. Westminster:--Theodore Whitney [and four others]
  • For the statement of "the other sets of delegates" see: Republican Representative Convention (1867 : Fitchburg, Mass.). Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. On the 31st of October, a convention duly called to nominate representatives ... was held in Fitchburg. ..
  • Printed area measures 33.2 x 15.9 cm
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  • (SIRSI)3538295
  • (Sirsi) aas05012446
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Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. : The undersigned, delegates elected at Republican caucuses in the several towns of Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Westminster, to attend the Republican Representative Convention, held at Fitchburg on the thirty-first day of October last [1867], feel called upon in justice to themselves ... to make a plain statement of the facts attending the action of that convention, and of the course to which they were compelled by the arbitrary and gross assumption of illegal authority on the part of the temporary chairman, chosen at an early stage of the meeting. ... The other sets of delegates, after a hurried and informal transaction of their business, dissolved their meeting, leaving the undersigned in possession of the hall. .., (electronic resource)
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http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://opac.newsbank.com/select/broadsides1/12446
Publication
Note
  • Statement of the delegates who nominated George E. Towne, Otis T. Ruggles, and Howard M. Lane for representatives
  • Signed: Fitchburg:--H.A. Willis [and fifteen others]. Lunenburg:--Chas. A. Goodrich [and three others]. Leominster:--Geo. T. Lincoln [and nine others]. Westminster:--Theodore Whitney [and four others]
  • For the statement of "the other sets of delegates" see: Republican Representative Convention (1867 : Fitchburg, Mass.). Address to the Republican voters of the Fifth Worcester Representative District. On the 31st of October, a convention duly called to nominate representatives ... was held in Fitchburg. ..
  • Printed area measures 33.2 x 15.9 cm
Antecedent source
mixed
Color
mixed
Dimensions
42 x 23 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 3538295-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3538295
  • (Sirsi) aas05012446

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