Boston (MA) Advertiser, “Untitled,” March 22, 1859

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    “Untitled,” Boston (MA) Advertiser, March 22, 1859, p. 2: 3.
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    Hartford (CT) Evening Press
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    Boston Daily Advertiser
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    Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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    The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.
    The Hartford Evening Press makes out a telling catalogue of difference of opinion between Mr. Buchanan and the people as to the merits of several distinguished individuals, thus: –

    When Connecticut repudiated Isaac Toucey, Mr. Buchanan took him into the Cabinet. 

    When old Berks repudiated Jehu Glancy Jones, Mr. Buchanan rewarded him with the mission to Austria.

    When Indiana repudiated John Pettit, Mr. Buchanan made him Chief Justice of Kansas. 

    When Iowa repudiated George W. Jones, Mr. Buchanan offered him the mission to Bogota. 

    When Iowa repudiated Augustus Caesar Dodge, he was made Minister to Spain.

    When the pro-slavery party failed to establish slavery in Oregon, Mr. Buchanan made its leader the Unite [United] States District Judge.
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