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" ... truth. He had a candor and directness proverbial. He spoke with a low, guttural tone and a syllabic precision, that heightened the idea of his manly force of character. He was able to take unpopular positions without loss of respect, so strong was... "
Men of Mark in Georgia: A Complete and Elaborate History of the State from ... - Page 247
edited by - 1912
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Reminiscences of the Early Bench and Bar of Illinois

Usher F. Linder - Courts - 1879 - 406 pages
...Breese was never returned to that body. He continued, however, but a short time in retirement, when he was elected by the people of his county a member of the popular branch of our State Legislature. I was a member of the same body at that session. It was my...
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Confederate military history: a library of Confederate States history, Volume 6

Clement Anselm Evans - Confederate States of America - 1899
...positions without loss of respect, so strong was the confidence in his sincerity." In December, 1860, he was elected by the people of his county a member of the convention of Georgia, which adopted the ordinance of secession, and he was an earnest and able advocate...
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