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" Now for the Third Term. I do not want it any more than I did the first. I would not write or utter a word to change the will of the people, in expressing and having their choice. "
Th. Nast: His Period and His Pictures - Page 312
by Albert Bigelow Paine - 1904 - 583 pages
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Annual Register

History - 1876
...had never himself sought for a second term, nor even for his first nomination. He continued : — " Now, for a third term I do not want it any more than I did the first. I would not utter a word to change the will of the people in having their choice. The question of the number of...
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A Handbook of Politics for 1868 [to 1894]

Edward McPherson - United States - 1872
...republics, was a gratification that it is only human to have appreciated and enjoyed. Now, for the Third Term. I do not want it any more than I did the...word to change the will of the people in expressing and having their choice. The question of the number of terms allowed to any one Executive can only...
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The Annual Register, Volume 117

Edmund Burke - History - 1876
...had never himself sought for a second term, nor even for his first nomination. He continued : — " Now, for a third term I do not want it any more than I did the first. I would not utter a word to change the will of the people in having their choice. The question of the number of...
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About Grant

John Lindsay Swift - 1880 - 206 pages
...never been known to lift his finger for his own advancement. In a letter he had said, — " Now for the third term. I do not want it any more than I did the...word to change the will of the people in expressing and having their choice. The question of the number of terms allowed to any one executive can only...
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A Federal Union, Not a Nation: An Examination Into Our Systems of Government

Edward Hamilton (of Boston.) - State rights - 1880 - 66 pages
...than he did the third, should he and his supporters secure them. In a letter he said : "Now for the third term. I do not want it any more than I did the first," and said that until an amendment to the Constitution was adopted on the subject, " the people cannot...
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A history of presidential elections

Edward Stanwood - Presidents - 1884 - 407 pages
...third term." This drew from General Grant the letter referred to, in which he said : " Now for the third term. I do not want it any more than I did the first ; " but he also remarked that the people were not restricted to two terms by the Constitution ; that...
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Military and civil life of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant ...

James Penny Boyd - 1885 - 734 pages
...country in a letter, in which he said: " Now for the third term. I do not want it any more than I SS» did the first. I would not write or utter a word to change the will of the people in expressing and having their choice. The question of the number of terms allowed to anyone executive can only come...
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Military and civil life of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant ...

James Penny Boyd - Biography & Autobiography - 1885 - 734 pages
...his custom to reply to attack. His works were his vindication. And as to preferment of any kind, no did the first. I would not write or utter a word to change the will of the people in expressing and having their choice. The question of the number of terms allowed to any one executive can only...
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Fight it Out on this Line: The Life and Deeds of Gen. U. S. Grant

Phineas Camp Headley - 1885 - 425 pages
...administration." He recited the circumstances under which he was elected and re-elected, and said of the third term, — "I do not want it any more than I did the first." He added : — " It may happen in the future history of the country that to change an Executive because...
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The American Electoral System

Charles A. O'Neil - Presidents - 1887 - 284 pages
...Republican State Convention of Pennsylvania. After speaking of his two terms, he says : " Now for the Third Term. I do not want it any more than I did the...word to change the will of the people, in expressing and having their choice. The question of the number of terms allowed to any one Executive can only...
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