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He had no especial friendship
for Mr. Johnson, but to
comprise an impeachable offense
. A profound lawyer
tended to strengthen his colleagues in that behalf.
Winkle, of West
Virginia, was the seventh and last
, he was not hasty in reaching the conclusion he
and thorough investigation, he was forced to the conclusion that
been sustained, and had the courage
of an American
Conness, Corbett, Cragin, Drake, Edmunds, Ferry
, Nye, Patterson
of New Hampshire
, Pomeroy, Ramsay
, Willey, Yates.
Not Guilty--Bayard, Buckalew, Davis
, Dixon, Doolittle
Patterson of Tennessee
, Ross, Saulsbury, Trumbull, Van
Winkle,majority.CHAPTER XI. THE IMPEACHERS IN A MAZE. A RECESS ORDERED.
THE FINAL VOTE TAKEN.
The defeat of the Eleventh Article was the second
of the First Article by the change
in theits strongest proposition; the Eleventh Article having been so
ten Articles. The impeachers had staked their cause upon that
possibility of its defeat. So confident were they of its.