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Summary: During the election campaign the "Wide Awakes," a marching club composed of young Republican men, appeared in cities throughout the North. See no. They often wore uniforms consisting of visored caps and short capes, and carried lanterns. Here Republican presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln left is dressed as a "Wide-Awake," and carries a lantern and a spear-like wooden rail. He rounds the corner of the White House foiling the attempts of three other candidates to enter surreptitiously.

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At far right incumbent James Buchanan tries to haul John C. Breckinridge in through the window. Buchanan complains, "I'll do what I can to help you Breck, but my strength is failing and I'm afraid you'll pull me out before I can pull you in. I'm too weak to get up--and we shall be compelled to dissolve the Union.


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In the center Democrat Stephen A. Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication. Probably drawn by Louis Maurer. One moment of weakness, ten minutes of discomfort, and now she was a woman. She felt different. I saved myself for you. And your bosoms are heaven-sent, all right. Damn, but I could do that all day. I know you never let me before, but the banns have already been posted at St. And you should cover yourself. What if one of the stable hands returns? Rodney peered down at the limp pinkish thing he called his own.

It was draped across his thigh in a way that made Philippa feel positively ill. You were a virgin all right. Of course you were. I had to force my way, you know. Not even to eat. My daddy planted me in the very first week of his marriage, and I aim to keep to the tradition.

She was not going to marry Rodney Durfey. Even though he had told the whole village at age nine that he would marry her or no one. Even though she had spent her girlhood being complimented by those who thought she was the luckiest girl in the world. Even though she had given him her virginity, which rendered her, for all intents and purposes, unmarriageable. And she walked out, feeling—as her nursemaid would have said—meaner than a barnyard dog.

Her father had told her over and over that he was grateful to have been spared the expense and bother of a Bath season or—even more onerous—a trip to London to be sponsored into society by her godmother.