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Horatio Seymour

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Holmes Hutchinson & Horatio Seymour against Julius Bushnell & Richard Chapman. 1846. Oliver Toole against The State of New York.
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Horatio Seymour, and the United. States Senate Campaign of . and none from the Council, as Horatio Seymour claimed the prize.
Born in Mount Morris NY (Livingston County) in 1844
the Livingston County Historical Society and for many years served as its secretary. He was a kinsman of Governor. Horatio Seymour.
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Presidential candidate Horatio. Seymour. Conkling served two terms as.

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Horatio Seymour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Horatio Seymour (May 31, 1810 – February 12, 1886) was an American politician .
Horatio Seymour
Horatio Seymour, the son of a banker, was born in Pompey Hill, New York, on 31st May, 1810.
Horatio Seymour - The Presidential Elections 1860-1912 - HarpWeek
Horatio Seymour was governor of New York and the presidential nominee of the Democratic party in 1868.
Abraham Lincoln and New York - Horatio Seymour (1810-1886)
Horatio Seymour (1810-1886).
Horatio Seymour —
Seymour, Horatio (sē'môr, sē'mur) [key], 1810–86, American politician, b. Pompey Hill, N.Y.

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