3 edition of Speech of Hon. R.B. Rhett, of S. Carolina, in internal improvements by the general government found in the catalog.
Speech of Hon. R.B. Rhett, of S. Carolina, in internal improvements by the general government
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Two hours were occupied in this solemn ceremony - the crowd waiting patiently the end. As the delegation from St. Phillip's and St. Michael's came forward, again, the hall was filled with applause.
And as the Hon. R.B. RHETT advanced to the parchment, the shouts became deafening, long-continued, until he had seated himself, signed and retired. douglas and cox—secession of the cotton states—a letter from jefferson davis to r. rhett, jr.—mr. davis’ farewell to the senate—his reasons for withdrawing—returns to mississippi—major-general of state forces—organization of the confederate government—mr.
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