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Josiah Patterson v. E. W. Carmack. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections No. 3

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Contested elections,
  • Elections,
  • Tennessee

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesContest of Patterson v. Carmack, Tennessee, with minority report
SeriesH.rp.895
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination45 p.
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16045357M

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to Colonel Cooper, Carmack left in to become editor of the Memphis Commercial, where he remained until a dispute with the owners and his race for Congress in caused him to resign.5 The contested election was decided in his favor and adversely to his opponent, Josiah Patterson, by the U.S. House of Representatives Rivalries. Carmack had political enemies, and his return to Nashville brought with it a rekindling of those rivalries. First, there was a dislike of Tennessee’s Governor, Malcolm Patterson, that went back at least a decade to when Malcolm’s father, Josiah Patterson, had run unsuccessfully against Carmack for a U.S. House of Representatives seat in Among the prominent correspondents are E. W. Carmack, Malcolm R. Patterson, and Wardlaw Steele. Mf. -- Collier Family Account Books, This is a dissertation on the historical background leading up to the controversial election between Josiah Patterson and Edward Ward Carmack, both Democrats. Detailed discussion is included of the. Carmack: the Edward Ward Carmack story by Paul Franklin Bumpus (Book) Edward Ward Carmack, the martyr to duty: proceedings of memorial services at Columbia, Tenn. held by the people of Maury County on Sunday, Novem in honor of the late Edward Ward Carmack ().

SECOND DIVISION. Brigadier General WILLIAM T. MARTIN. First Brigade. 1st Alabama, Lieutenant Colonel D. T. Blakey. 3rd Alabama, Lieutenant Colonel T. H. Mauldin. Speech of Senator Edward W. Carmack at Nashville, Tennessee, Novem in formally opening his campaign for reelection to the United States Senate: a candid and complete review of his public record ; a frank declaration of his political creed and a calm appeal to the just judgment of his fellow Democrats by Edward Ward Carmack (Book). The PATTERSON Family Line. Revised 09 Jan Robert Mark Sharp is the 7th lineal descendant of Samuel 1 Patterson [i] of Dysart, Newry, County Down, Ireland. This relationship is through his PUTHOFF, and MARSHALL lines. PATERSON or PATRICKSON means 'son of Patrick', and as such has been a favorite Christian name throughout Scotland since pre-Reformation times. Surprisingly, in . Written by Timothy P. Ezzell Edward Ward Carmack, a powerful figure in turn-of-the-century Tennessee politics and a leader in the state’s temperance movement, was born in Sumner County. His father, a Christian Church minister, died during Carmack’s infancy, leaving .

time was Malcolm R. Patterson, the son of the Josiah Patterson whom Carmack had defeated for congress in 1S Carmack hated the son on general principles. Cooper liked Patterson and supported him. Carmack swung his influence toward Gov. Cox. Patterson won. Col. Duncan Brown Cooper, now totally bald and extremely emphatic in his opinions, was. Members of the United States House of Representatives from Tennessee de - English books - commander la livre de la catégorie Sciences politiques sans frais de port et bon marché - Ex Libris boutique en ligne. SA b Josiah Patterson, Thomas Turner [or Tanner], and Andrew Hunt [or Hunter] set amount of money to be paid by elder Whittaker and the Shakers to Ruben Thurston, New Lebanon, Aug ; On back: Reuben Thurston acknowledges receipt of money, Aug , witnessed by Josiah Patterson and Moses King. correspondents include E.W. Carmack, Isham G. Harris, Kenneth D. McKellar, Josiah Patterson, Malcolm R. Patterson, Austin Peay, John K. Shields, John L.T. Sneed, and others. Octavia Rowena Jones, Calvin’s daughter, who married Edwin Polk, has twenty-two books and some accounts of the gold mine for the year The wills and estate papers.