The History of New York State
Book XII, Chapter 7, Footnotes

Editor, Dr. James Sullivan

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#1 Albert Bushnell Hart, "The American Nation," VI, p. 165.

#2 Marcy, 181,905; Seward, 168,969.

#3 F. W. Seward, "Life of W. H. Seward," I, 319.

#4 Alexander's "Political History of New York State," II, 8.

#5 "Banks and Banking," in "History of Lancaster County, Pa.," II, 909, by H. M. J. Klein and E. M. Williams.

#6 DeA. A. Alexander, "Political History of New York," II, 28.

#7 Ibid., II, 29.

#8 Bray Dickinson, of Steuben County, quoted by Alexander in his "Political History of New York," II, 42.

#9 Seward, 222,011; Bouck, 206,808.

#10 Alden Chester and E. Melvin Williams' "Courts and Lawyers of New York," (1925), III, 1027.

#11 Ibid., III, 1151.

#12 Letter from Seward to Christopher Morgan--see "Life of W. H. Seward," by F. W. Seward, I, 627.

#13 Hammond's "Political History of New York," III, 412.

#14 Robert Dennison, chairman of Senate Canal committee.

#15 Morgan Dix's "Memoirs of John Mix." I, 194.

#16 F. W. Seward, "Life of W. H. Seward," I, 724.

#17 Wright, 241,090; Millard Fillmore, 231,057; Alvan Stewart, 15,136.

#18 F. W. Seward, "Life of William H. Seward," II, 33.

#19 John Young, 198,878; Silas Wright, 187,306; Henry Bradley, 12,844; Ogden Edwards, 6.306; Addison Gardiner was elected Lieutenant-Governor, defeating Hamilton Fish

#20 Hamilton Fish (Whig), 218,776; John A. Dix, (Free-Soil Dem.) 122,801; Reuben H. Walworth (Hunker), 116,811; William Goodell (Abolition), 1,593.

#21 New York "Tribune," September 14, 1848, quoted by Alexander.

#22 T. W. Barnes, "Life of Thurlow Weed," quoted by Alexander in his "Political History of the State of New York," II, 173.

#23 W. F. Johnson, in "Political and Governmental History of New York," (Ray B. Smith's), II, 168.

#24 H. B. Stanton's "Random Recollections." P. 165.

#25 Alexander's "Political History of New York," II, 153.

#26 Ibid., II, 156.

#27 Washington Hunt, 214,614; Horatio Seymour, 214,352.

#28 J. E. Cabot, "Life of Emerson," p. 578.

#29 T. W. Barnes, "Life of Thurlow Weed," II, 185, quoted by Alexander.

#30 Ibid., II, 196.

#31 New York "Tribune," October, 1852, quoted by Alexander.

#32 Alexander's "Political History of New York," II, 176.

# 33 Horatio Seymour, 264,121; Washington Hunt, 241,525.

#34 Myron H. Clark, 156,804; Horatio Seymour, 156,495; Daniel Ullman, 122,282; Greene C.

Bronson, 33,850.

 

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