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" Kossnth has done to prevent the threatening intervention of Great Britain, because the documents relating thereto are still inaccessible ; but it is evident that Kossuth did use his influence in behalf of the United States at that critical period. When... "
Hungarians in the American civil war - 48. oldal
szerző: Eugene Pivány - 1913 - 61 oldal
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The Works of William H. Seward, 5. kötet

William Henry Seward - 1884
...he could command. Mr. Seward replied to this threat in decided but becoming language. He furthermore conceived the idea of sending to Europe, in an unofficial...danger of foreign intervention. He chose for this 1 See vol. iy. page 265. 2 See page 610a See page 606. mission Archbishop Hughes,1 Bishop Mcllvaine...

The Works of William H. Seward, 5. kötet

William Henry Seward - 1890
...he could command. Mr. Seward replied to this threat in decided but becoming language. He furthermore conceived the idea of sending to Europe, in an unofficial...impending danger of foreign intervention. He chose for thu > SM rol. IT. page 265. ' / • Re» fag, 610. '(* • BM !„„. 606. mission Archbishop Hughes,1...

Hungarians in the American civil war

Pivány Eugene - 1913 - 61 oldal
...and a brave soldier, though always in trouble on account of his uncontrolable temper. He lost Iris life in the battle of Cross Keys, Va., June 8, 1862,...He chose for this mission Archbishop Hughes, Bishop McIIvaine and Mr. Thurlow Weed"29. It is less well known that he also sought to enlist the aid of Louis...

Hungarians in the American civil war

Pivány Eugene - 1913 - 61 oldal
...field. It is impossible at the present time to determine the full importance of what Louis Kossnth has done to prevent the threatening intervention of...Hughes, Bishop Mcllvaine and Mr. Thurlow Weed"29. It te less well known that he also sought to enlist the aid of Louis Kossuth. This was a very natural.idea,...

Catholic Builders of the Nation: A Symposium on the Catholic ..., 1. kötet

Constantine Edward McGuire - 1923
...recognition of the South, or worse still, active, open support of its efforts. Accordingly, Seward sent to Europe in an unofficial capacity "three representative...He chose for this mission Archbishop Hughes, Bishop Macllvaine2' and Mr. Thurlow Weed."27 Mr. Seward adds in a footnote that "Congress in 1776 appointed...




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