The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
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Domestic Intelligence
Harper's Weekly, May 23, 1868, page 323

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The arguments in the trial of the impeachment of President Johnson were concluded on May 7. The peroration of Mr. Bingham’s speech was greeted by tumultuous applause from the galleries, and chief Justice Chase ordered them to be cleared. The final vote, which was to have been taken on May 12, was postponed on account of Senator Howard’s illness until the 16th inst.

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