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Chandler's First Fight.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 8, 1877
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From a Dikengaged Correspondent's Rejected Epistles. The bellicose propensities of the Hon. Zach Chandler, of Michigan, belong to the political and military history of the land. He it was who declared that the country would be "all the better for a little blood-letting." In the Senate of the United States he has repeatedly made the whole foreign diplomatic corps tremble at the truculence and audarity of his speech.

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