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Mormon Is Denied Seat in Lower Body by Overwhelming Majority. NERVE OF THE UTAH MAN Does Not Wince When the Members Denounce Him in Seathing Terms. THINKS STATE WILL APPEAL Vote Is Overwhelming. Roberts Defends Himself. Mormon Retains His Nerve. With the Minority. Vote on Majority Resolution. YEAS. NAYS. Roberts Talks of Appeal. Expected Such a Vote.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Jan 26, 1900
Start Page: 2
Pages: 1
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By an overwhelming majority of 268 to 50 the House today refused to let Brigham H. Roberts take the oath of office, excluded him from Congress, and declared his seat vacant.

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