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" I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which secures the legitimate advantages of party supremacy; but parties were made for the people, and I am unwilling, knowingly, to give my assent to measures purely partisan, which will sacrifice or endanger... "
Men of mark in America: ideals of American life told in biographies of ... - Page 13
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Public Papers of Governor

New York (State). Governor - 1883
...animosities, in order that the places and patronage attached thereto may be used for party advancement. I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests. VETO, ASSEMBLY BILL No. 621, FOR AN ADDITIONAL PUBLIC BATH IN NEW YORK CITY. STATE OF NEW YORK. EXECUTIVE...
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Life and Public Services of Grover Cleveland

Pendleton King - Presidents - 1884 - 224 pages
...is' a business establishment, and that it is put in our hands to be conducted on business principles. I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests. We go forth not merely to gain a partisan advantage, but pledged to give to those who trust us the...
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The life and public services of Grover Cleveland: with incidents of his ...

Frederick Elizur Goodrich (1843-1925.) - 1884 - 504 pages
...animosities, in order that the places and patronage attached thereto may be used for party advancement. "I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests. "GROVER CLEVELAND." ness. In all his appointments to office, and in all his supervision of the...
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The Political Reformation of 1884: A Democratic Compaign Book. By Authority ...

Democratic Party (U.S.) National committee, 1884-1888 - Campaign literature - 1884 - 302 pages
...be the dominant party of the future." In a message sent to the Assembly April 9, 1883, he said : " I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests." And upon the occasion of a serenade from the Albany Young Men's Democratic Club, upon the evening of...
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Early Life and Public Services of Hon. Grover Cleveland: The Fearless and ...

Eugene Tyler Chamberlain, Thomas W. Handford - Political Science - 1884 - 510 pages
...animosities, in order that the places and patronage attached thereto may be used for party advancement. I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests. GROVEB CLEVELAND. The declaration, in particular, with which it closed, was quoted far and wide throughout...
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Stephen Grover Cleveland: A Sketch of His Life : to which is Appended a ...

Deshler Welch - New York (State) - 1884 - 222 pages
...animosities, in order that the places and patronage attached thereto may be used for party advancement. I believe in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests." The interests of the poor and laboring classes have been faithfully guarded by Governor Cleveland,...
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Early Life and Public Services of Hon. Grover Cleveland, the Fearless and ...

Eugene Tyler] [Chamberlain, Thomas W. Handford - Political Science - 1884 - 510 pages
...principles on which government by the people is founded, these pages will have fulfilled their purpose. T BELIEVE in an open and sturdy partisanship, which...which will sacrifice or endanger their interests. GROVER CLEVELAND. TABLE OF CONTENTS. PART FIRST. LIFE OF HON-. GROVER CLEVELAND. CHAPTER I. The Cleveland...
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Life and Public Services of Hon. Grover Cleveland: The Model Citizen ...

William Dorsheimer, William Uhler Hensel - 1884 - 578 pages
...and patronage attached thereto may be used for party advancement. " I believe in an open and steady partisanship, which secures the legitimate advantages...and I am unwilling, knowingly, to give my assent to measure* purely partisan, which will sacrifice or endanger their interests." This act caused great...
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Life and Public Services of Grover Cleveland

Pendleton King - Presidents - 1884 - 224 pages
...order that the places and patronage attached thereto may be used for party advancement. ~"""T~beIieve in an open and sturdy partisanship, }' which secures the legitimate advantages of party jj supremacy; but parties were made for thejjeopje, { * and I am unwilling, knowingly, to givcTmy assent...
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The New England magazine, Volume 2

New England - 1885
...to stand in the way of his duty to the public and the State. Believing, to quote his own language, " in an open and sturdy partisanship which secures the legitimate advantages of party supremacy," he also believes that parties were made for the people, and declares himself " unwilling, knowingly,...
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