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Speech of Hon. William Bigler, of Pennsylvania

Bigler, William

Speech of Hon. William Bigler, of Pennsylvania

on the state of the Union, delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 11, 1860.

by Bigler, William

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Published by M"Gill & Witherow, Printers in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- Politics and government -- 1857-1861

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE440.5 .B59
      The Physical Object
      Pagination8 p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6614500M
      LC Control Number19003112
      OCLC/WorldCa11672199

      In the "old Gibson mansion" is the room in which he was born as also his brother George Gibson, commissary of the United States Army, Hon. John Bigler, governor of California from to (who died at Sacramento, Cal., August 27 th ), and Hon. William Bigler, governor of Pennsylvania from to (who recently died in Clearfield. Bigler, William () — of Clearfield, Clearfield County, delegate to Democratic National Convention from Pennsylvania, , , ; delegate to Pennsylvania state constitutional convention, — The mailing address is The Political Graveyard, P.O. Box

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State of the Union: speech of Hon. Bigler, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Janu [William Bigler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Originally published in 16 pages. This volume is produced from digital images from the Cornell University Library Samuel J.

May Anti-Slavery Collection. William Bigler (January 1, – August 9, ) was an American politician from Pennsylvania who served as a Democrat as the 12th Governor of Pennsylvania from to and as a member of U.S.

Senator for Pennsylvania from to Political party: Democratic. Get this from a library. of Pennsylvania book State of the Union. Speech of Hon. Bigler, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Janu [William Bigler].

1 photographic print: salted paper ; x cm. Title [Wm. Bigler, Senator from Pennsylvania, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]. Biography. William Bigler, barefoot and fatherless at age thirteen, overcame hardships in the backwoods of Pennsylvania. Bigler was born of German descent on January 1, (some references state Decem ), one mile west of Dromgold at the Gibson Mill, Sherman Valley, Cumberland County (now in Spring Township, Perry County).

Born January 1, at Gibson Mill, Sherman Valley, Cumberland (Perry) County, the Honorable William Bigler emerged as Pennsylvania Governor,and an influential force backing James Buchanan’s successful bid for the Presidency. State of the Union: speech of Hon.

Bigler, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Janu by Bigler, William, Pages: F Aldrich History Project Chapter LII The Honorable William Bigler. Bigler, William Hon. the subject of this sketch, one of a class of men so peculiar to America, who, without the aid of fortune or influential friends, have risen rapidly to distinction and places of was peculiarly the architect of his own fortune, being destitute of means, and having no one of experience to.

Legislative profile for Sen. William Bigler [D-PA, ], the former Senator from Pennsylvania. Speech of Hon. William Bigler, of Pennsylvania, on the Pacific railroad bill; (Washington, Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, ), by William Bigler (page images at HathiTrust) Proposal for a national rail-road to the Pacific Ocean, for the purpose of obtaining a short route to Oregon and the Indies / (New-York: Daniel Adee, printer.

William Bigler (January 1, – August 9, ) was the 12th Governor of Pennsylvania from toand later a U.S. Senator for the Democratic Party. Bigler was born in rural Pennsylvania and received little formal education; he studied informally under his elder brother John Bigler (later governor of California), publisher of the.

Reed conveyed the land on Apto William Bigler (County Deed Book "A", Page ). Bigler, who was Governor of Pennsylvania at the time and later served in the United States Senate, apparently did nothing with land and with his wife on Octoconveyed the property for $1, to George S.

Young (County Deed Book “From Quaker rule to the devastating decline of the steel industry, Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth.

chronicles political, cultural, and economic developments that have shaped the Keystone State. Edited by Saint Joseph’s University history professor Randall M. Miller and William Pencak, a historian at Pennsylvania State University, this lucid and comprehensive /5(21).

Speech of Hon. Jeremiah S. Black, at the Democratic mass Address of Hon. William Bigler, delivered at New Hope, Bucks County, Septem by: Bigler, William,appointed by the governor of Pennsylvania as a day of thanksgiving for the recent victories of the national forces in Virginia / by: Boardman, Henry A.

Henry William Bigler, Autobiography () Typescript, HBLL. Acquired from St. George, Utah Public Library (missing pages) Autobiography of Henry William Bigler. I, Henry William Bigler was born on the 28th day of August A.D. near a small village called Shinnston; in Harrison County, Virginia (now called West Virginia).

Speech of Hon. Joseph C. Sibley, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Repreesentatives, Friday, August Washington, DC: Press of George R. Gray, Speech. The question is asked sometimes whether William Bigler, Governor of Pennsylvaniaand his brother John Bigler, Governor of Californiawere related to our family.

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Davidson (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c), ed. by David. General Assembly: Proceedings on the death of Hon. William Bigler. (Harrisburg: St. pr., ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) General Assembly: Proceedings to commemorate the public services of Matthew Stanley Quay by the.

A discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian church, Elizabeth, N.J., August 6th,on occasion of the public thanksgiving appointed by Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, to commemorate the signal victories vouchsafed to the federal arms by: Magie, David, Published: ().

William Penn's book rather amazes me in that the things he speaks of matter today. From charity, popularity, patience and so many more topics he speaks on what it basically means to be human. It is still jarring in that this book was written in by the man who founded the city of Pennsylvania and he speaks about subjects we are seeing /5.Hon.

William Bigler then delivered the following speech: Gkntlimkn: I accept with pleasure the position of presiding officer on this occasion, and shall not attempt to disguise tho great gratification I fuel bveaoso of this manifestation of your respect. 1 am all the more thankful to you becauso your aotion brings me.Speech of Hon.

John Hickman, of Pennsylvania.; The Issues and the Candidates. so alarmed a Pennsylvania President as to induce him to recast a .