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" confidence; he has more influence with him than any other man. Taylor is pure and honest; his impulses are right, but he suffers his own judgment to be controlled by that of others, and by no one so much as P . The blunder he made was in suffering himself... "
Biographical Sketch of Linton Stephens, (late Associate Justice of the ... - Page 111
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Biographical sketch of Linton Stephens, containing a selection of his ...

Linton Stephens - 1877
...ruin this administration, I think, than all the other members of the cabinet together. He has Taylor's confidence; he has more influence with him than any...in suffering himself to be influenced and duped by Seward. I allude to P now. I have no doubt an alliance was formed between them before Congress met....
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Biographical Sketch of Linton Stephens: (late Associate Justice of the ...

James D. Waddell - Judges - 1877 - 434 pages
...ruin this administration, I think, than all the other members of the cabinet together. He has Taylor's confidence; he has more influence with him than any...in suffering himself to be influenced and duped by Seward. I allude to P now. I have no doubt an alliance was formed between them before Congress met....
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Life of Alexander H. Stephens

Richard Malcolm Johnston, William Hand Browne - Confederate States of America - 1883 - 635 pages
...Administration, I think, than all the members of the Cabinet together. He has Taylor's confidence. Taylor is pure and honest : his impulses are right;...but he suffers his own judgment to be controlled by others, and by no one so much as . The great blunder he made was in suffering himself to be influenced...
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Life of Alexander H. Stephens

Richard Malcolm Johnston, William Hand Browne - Governors - 1883 - 709 pages
...Administration, I think, than all the members of the Cabinet together. He has Taylor's confidence. Taylor is pure and honest: his impulses are right;...but he suffers his own judgment to be controlled by others, and by no one so much as . The great blunder he mode was in suffering himself to be influenced...
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