Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden

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ABBOTT, JUDGE JOSIAH, prepares address of the minority of the Electoral Commission, 537-38. "Accountability of Corporations," extract from New YorkSun,708- 11.
Ackert, Alfred T., 369.
Adams, Charles Francis, nominated for Vice - Presidency, 57n; Minister to England during Civil War, 451n; candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, 1876, 452-53; letter to Tilden on loss of Presidency, 548-49.
Adams, Charles F., Jr., on HayesTilden contest, 526-27.
Adams, Henry, seeks an account of the Tammany frauds for North American Review, 288; his Life of Gallatin,629.
Agnew, John T., on Tilden's speech to Thirty-seventh Regiment of New York, 460.
Albany Evening Journal Almanac, table of Presidential vote in 1876 in, 474.
Albertson, Joseph C., elected to the Assembly, 38.
Alexander, Dr. Archibald, 607.
Allen, Judge, releases Tweed from Blackwell's Island, 429.
Allen, S. P., Revenue Collector, 205.
Allen, Stephen, delegate to convention to revise Constitution of the State of New York, 45-46.
Allen, W. F., favors nomination of Seymour, 231; judge of the Court of Appeals, 231n.; candidate for Governor, 333.
Alvord, Thomas G., 117-18.
Andrews, J. D., on Lincoln's cabinet, 162-64.
Anti-renters and their leases, John A. Dixon on, 209.
Argus, the Albany, 41, 42-44, 213, 225, 228, 334, 335.
Atlantic & Great Western Railroad, reorganization of, 258, 259, 261, 269, 297, 298, 300.
Atlas, the Albany, 41, 42-43, 44.
BABCOCK, GENERAL O. C., indicted, 499; acquitted, 501.
Baldwin, C. S., elected director of Iron Cliff Mines, 193.
Bancroft, George, 700, 705, 707.
Barber, A. D., & Co., under suspicion, 293.
Barkley, Alexander, indicted, 417.
Barlow, Francis C., on Tweed Ring prosecutions, 342, 357; choice of, for Corporation Counsel, 353; recommended for appointment as sheriff, 468; doubts Hayes's election, 486; disturbed over Sun article, 492.
Barlow, S. L. M., advice to Tilden, 149; urges support of Lincoln, 197; objects to Hendricks as Presidential candidate, 216; favors Chase, 231-32.
Barnard, Judge, defence of, 297; impeachment of, 307.
"Barnburners," Democratic party led by Silas Wright, xxx., 24, 54, 79, 88, 90, 97, 202.
Barnum, W. H., chairman National Democratic Committee, 512, 635.
Barrett, William C., influence of, 353.
Barto, Henry D., encouragement to Seymour, 244.
Bayard, Thomas F., on Custom House abuses, 290-91; Presidential candidate, 433-34; offered cabinet position, 662, 663, 666, 678.
Behn, J. Frederick, indicted, 417.
Belknap, Secretary, impeached, 501.
Belmont, August, suggests convention of centre States, 169; subscription to election expenses of Seymour and Blair, 245; on contemplated change of Democratic

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