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" ... of the popular will. When by fraud, intimidation, or any other questionable practice, the voice of the people is here smothered, a direct blow is aimed at a most precious right, and one which the law should be swift to protect. If the primary election... "
Early Life and Public Services of Hon. Grover Cleveland: The Fearless and ... - Page 114
by Eugene Tyler Chamberlain - 1884 - 510 pages
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The Life and Public Services of Grover Cleveland: With Incidents of His ...

Frederick Elizur Goodrich - 1884 - 504 pages
...the same spirit : "BUFFALO, Oct. 7, 1882. ''Hon. Thomas CE Ecdesine, Chairman, etc. "DEAn SIR : I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, informing...controlling the popular wish should not be tolerated. taincd for their efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish partisan ends. The people...
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Life and Public Services of Grover Cleveland

Pendleton King - Presidents - 1884 - 224 pages
...their own hands to the machinery of government, and in this place should be found the manifestation of the popular will. When by fraud, intimidation,...should not be tolerated. " Subordinates in public places should be selected and retained for their efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish...
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Life and Public Services of Grover Cleveland

Pendleton King - Presidents - 1884 - 224 pages
...their own hands to the machinery of government, and in this place should be found the manifestation of the popular will. When by fraud, intimidation,...should not be tolerated. " Subordinates in public places should be selected and retained for thejr efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish...
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Grover Cleveland

William Osborn Stoddard - 1888 - 263 pages
...the nomination. The latter was as follows : " BUFFALO, October 7, 1882. "Hon. Thomas C. Ecclcsinc, Chairman, etc. " DEAR SIR : I beg to acknowledge the...should not be tolerated. " Subordinates in public places should be selected and retained for their efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish...
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The President and His Cabinet: Indicating the Progress of the Government of ...

Charles Benjamin Norton - Cabinet officers - 1888 - 249 pages
...convention, lately held at the city of Syracuse. I accept the nomination thus tendered to me, and trust thafj while I am gratefully sensible of the honor conferred,...wish, should not be tolerated. Subordinates in public place should be selected and retained for their efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish...
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The Campaign Text Book of the Democratic Party of the United States, for the ...

Democratic National Committee (U.S.) - Campaign literature - 1888 - 656 pages
...I. FROM THE LETTER ACCEPTING THE NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, OCTOBER 7, 1882. Public officers are the servants and agents of the...interference of officials of any degree, and whether state or ftderal, for the purpose of thwarting or controlling the popular, wish should not be tolerated. Subordinates...
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The American Nation: Its Executive, Legislative, Political ..., Volume 2

James Harrison Kennedy - Presidents - 1888
...duties of a public officer, as set forth in the above, saying, among other things of like character: "Public officers are the servants and agents of the people, to execute the laws which the people have made, and within the limits of a Constitution which they have established....
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A Library of American Literature: Literature of the republic, pt. 4, 1861 ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman - American literature - 1890
...Letter of Acceptance: ať Candidate for Governor, 7 October, 1882. Public officers are the servants nud agents of the people to execute laws which the people...limits of a constitution which they have established. GROVER CLEVELAND. 1837-. From the Address upon the Owning of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge, 24 May,...
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The Writings and Speeches of Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland - New York (State) - 1892 - 571 pages
...free and uncontrolled action. Here the people themselves are supposed to speak; here they put their hands to the machinery of government, and in this...wish, should not be tolerated. Subordinates in public place should be selected and retained for their efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish...
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The Writings and Speeches of Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland - New York (State) - 1892 - 571 pages
...will upon them, and the benefits and purposes of a truly representative government will be attained. execute laws which the people have made, and within...wish, should not be tolerated. Subordinates in public place should be selected and retained for their efficiency, and not because they may be used to accomplish...
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