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" Thousands and thousands of people, without distinction of rank, collected in an immense mass round the Capitol, silent, orderly and tranquil, with their eyes fixed on the front of that edifice, waiting the appearance of the President in the portico. The... "
The First Forty Years of Washington Society: Portrayed by the Family Letters ... - Page 290
by Margaret Bayard Smith - 1906 - 424 pages
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Scribner's Magazine ..., Volume 40

Edward Livermore Burlingame, Robert Bridges, Alfred Dashiell, Harlan Logan - 1906
...whole, an imposing and majestic spectacle & to a reflective mind one of moral sublimity. Thousands & thousands of people, without distinction of rank,...an immense mass round the Capitol, silent, orderly & tranquil, with their eyes fixed on the front of that edifice, waiting the appearance of the President...
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The friendly craft: a collection of American letters

Elizabeth Deering Hanscom - History - 1908 - 364 pages
...opinions as to the majesty of the people <^ ^c* <^ ^> (To Mrs. Kirkpatrick) [WASHINGTON,] March nth, Sunday [1829] . . . T^HURSDAY morning. I left the...surrounded by the Judges of the Supreme Court, the old man with his grey locks, that crown of glory, advances, bows to the people, who greet him with...
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The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters

Elizabeth Deering Hanscom - American letters - 1908 - 364 pages
...the people -^o ^> *o *c> (To Mrs. Kirkpatrick) [WASHINGTON,] March nth, Sunday [1829] . . . HPHURSDAY morning. I left the rest of this ,*- sheet for an...surrounded by the Judges of the Supreme Court, the old man with his grey locks, that crown of glory, advances, bows to the people, who greet him with...
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The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters

Elizabeth Deering Hanscom - American letters - 1908 - 364 pages
...Kirkpatrick) [WASHINGTON,] March nth, Sunday [1829] . . . ""pHURSDAY morning. I left the rest of this -I- sheet for an account of the inauguration. It was not...surrounded by the Judges of the Supreme Court, the old man with his grey locks, that crown of glory, advances, bows to the people, who greet him with...
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Readings in American History

James Alton James - United States - 1914 - 584 pages
...whole, an imposing and majestic spectacle & to a reflective mind one of moral sublimity. Thousands & thousands of people, without distinction of rank,...an immense mass round the Capitol, silent, orderly & tranquil, with their eyes fixed on the front of that edifice, waiting the appearance of the President...
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The Union at Risk: Jacksonian Democracy, States' Rights, and the ...

Richard E. Ellis - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 280 pages
...inauguration set the egalitarian tone of his administration. According to one experienced if biased observer, "thousands and thousands of people, without distinction...rank, collected in an immense mass round the Capitol" to watch him become President. After delivering his inaugural address and taking the oath of office,...
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SPREADING THE NEWS

Richard R. JOHN - Business & Economics - 1998 - 369 pages
...celebrate the victory of a man of the people. "Thousands and thousands of people," wrote one eyewitness, "without distinction of rank, collected in an immense...mass round the Capitol, silent, orderly, and tranquil ... It was grand—it was sublime!" 28 But not everyone at the time saw the event in such a flattering...
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