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" Resolved, As the sense of this Convention, that every member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be ; and that no man should hold a seat here who is not ready to so agree. "
The Presidential Election of 1880 - 第 29 頁
Ernest Joseph Phillipp 著 - 1917 - 200 頁
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Official Proceedings of the National Republican Conventions of 1868, 1872 ...

1903 - 682 頁
...there be a division, I will beg to ask that the roll be called. I offer the following resolution : Resolved, As the sense of this Convention, that every...member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be ; and that no man should hold a seat here who is not ready to so agree....
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American orators

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - 1903
...National Convention, at Chicago, June 4, 1884, on the resolution offered' by Mr. Hawkins, of Tennessee: "Resolved, As the sense of this convention, that every...member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be, and that no man should hold a seat here who ia not ready to ao agree."...
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Official Proceedings of the Republican National Convention: Held at Chicago ...

Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ). National Convention - 1903 - 257 頁
...CHAIRMAN. The Secretary will read the resolution. The Secretary read the resolution, which was as follows : Resolved, As the sense of this Convention, that every...member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be; and that no man should hold a seat here who is not ready to so agree....
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Official Proceedings of the Republican National Convention Held at ...

1903
...Secretary will read the resolution. The Secretary read the resolution, which was as follows : Besolved, As the sense of this Convention, that every member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be: and that no man should hold a seat here who is not ready to so agree....
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The Republican party: a history of its fifty years' existence and a record ...

Francis Curtis - 1904
...Tennessee, and upon the chairman instructing the secretary to read the resolution, he did so as follows: Resolved, As the sense of this convention, that every...member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be; and that no man should hold a seat here who is not willing to so agree....
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A History of the Presidency

Edward Stanwood - 1904 - 586 頁
...indicated by the following resolution introduced by Senator Conkling, who managed the Grant canvass : — Resolved, As the sense of this convention, that every member of it is hound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be, and that no man should hold his...
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Masterpieces of Eloquence: Famous Orations of Great World Leaders ..., 第 20 卷

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - 1905
...at Chieapo, June 4, 1884, on the resolution offered by Mr. Hawkins, of Tennessee: "Resolved, As tiie sense of this convention, that every member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be, and that no man should hold » seat here who is not ready to so agree."...
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Masterpieces of eloquence: famous orations of great world leaders ..., 第 20 卷

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - 1905 - 11114 頁
...National Convention, at Chicago, June 4, 1884, on the resolution offered by Mr. Hawkins, of Tennessee: "Resolved, As the sense of this convention, that every member of it ia bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be, and that no man should hold...
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The Formation of the Republican Party as a National Political Organization

Gordon Saul Philip Kleeberg - 1911 - 244 頁
...bound to support the nominees of the convention. Roscoe Conkling offered the following resolution : 2 Resolved: As the sense of this convention that every...member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee whoever that nominee may be; and that no man should hold a seat here who is not ready to agree. This...
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Proceedings of the National Union Republican Convention Held at ...

1903
...there be a division, I will beg to ask that the roll be called. I offer the following resolution : Resolved, As the sense of this Convention, that every...member of it is bound in honor to support its nominee, whoever that nominee may be; and that no man should hold a seat here who is not ready to so agree....
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