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" ... misplaced. They had all by this time taken chairs; and the tall man listened in silent abstraction. When Mr. Adams had finished, and he did not take long, the tall man remarked in an indifferent, careless way that the appointment in question... "
Organized Democracy - Page 142
by Albert Stickney - 1906 - 268 lehte
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Charles Francis Adams

Charles Francis Adams - 1900 - 426 lehte
...slippers at once caught the eye. He seemed generally ill at ease, in manner, constrained and shy. The secretary introduced the minister to the President,...swung his long arms to his head: " Well, governor, I 've this morning decided that Chicago post-office appointment." Mr. Adams and the nation's foreign...
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Talking to Strangers: Improving American Diplomacy at Home and Abroad

Monteagle Stearns - 1999 - 201 lehte
...Anglo-American relations Adams had been hoping for, the president, "stretching out his legs before him . . . with an air of great relief as he swung his long arms to his head[, said]: 'Well, governor [Seward] I've this morning decided that Chicago post-office appointment.'"20...
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