Sklaven für Wutawia + Gauner mit der 'Goldenen Hand' pFascinating InterstingThis book reveals theersonal experiences of a man in the employ of the White House It isn t a
Work Of Gossip But A of gossip but a of respect and admiration for the office of President of the USA and their families Very interestingThis book is interesting for the information it gives To think Mr Mendel served all these years under so many Pres. A book of recollections of a ersonal character that came under Mr Pendel's attention It is very interesting and throws many sidelights on the life of the White House Pendel writes In 1861 or 1862 the Metropolitan Police was established by Congress at the Capital and I made application for and received an appointment on the force I made the first arrest with the assistance of Buck Essex The case was that of a fellow named Grady one of the English Hill toughs A roundsman said to us Boys you take a walk down Seventh Street and if you see anything going on take a hand in it Just as we got opposite the Patent Office this Grady had assaulted or rather was assaulting a young fellow with a whip I went up and grabbed him and ut him under arrest then took him to Suire Dunn's court and referred charges against him The Suire was busy writing for some time When he got through against him
"The Suire Was Busy "Suire was busy for some time When he got through handed me the aper he was writing and I was so green at the business I did no.
free download è eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Thomas Franses PendelNcoln through William McKinley It was a fast read and as an author of historical fiction set around the American Civil War it gave me some wonderful insights into Abraham Lincoln s character from a very ersonal It's A Wonderfully Sexy Life perspective Interesting readI enjoyed therivate insights into each President s life A good historical firsthand story The author a lot to shar. And mourning all over the land Our nation was trembling with anxiety; we all hoping that the great strife was over or soon to be Marshal Lanham took us upstairs and into the President's office where we were introduced
"TO HIM AND TO HIS TWO "him and to his two Mr Nicolay and Mr Hay the latter now being Secretary of State We were then instructed to keep a sharp lookout in the different Lignin Biodegradation parts of the housearticularly in the East Room and at the door of the President's office CONTENTS I Under President Lincoln II Under President Johnson III Under President Grant IV Under President Hayes V Under President Garfield VI Under President Arthur VII Under President Cleveland VIII Under President Harrison IX Cleveland's Second Administration X Under President McKinley XI Furniture in Executive Mansion Originally ublished in 1902; reformatted for the Kindle; may contain an occasional imperfections; original spellings have been kept in lac. Idents is a remarkable achievement The stories are not very well written but rather as if he was telling a story to a friend One man s journey through thirty six years in guarding the White House its occupants and interests He shares intrigues from his interactions some sobering some entertaining with the administrations and families of residents Abraham Li. T know what it was so said What the administrations and families of residents Abraham Li. T know what it was so said What this Suire He replied Why that is the aper of commitment for this fellow Take him to jail On November 3 1864 Sergeant John Cronin Alfonso Dunn Andrew Smith and myself were ordered to report at the First Precinct in the old City Hall at one o'clock in the afternoon We supposed we were to be detailed for detective work in New York City on account of the great riot then on there especially as we were ordered to report in citizens' clothes to conceal our revolvers and to be sure to have them all clean and in good order We arrived at the City Hall and then were told where we were to go which was to the President's Mansion there to report to Marshal Lanham at that time United States Marshal of the District of Columbia and a bosom friend of Abraham Lincoln These were days that tried men's hearts and women's too Men were falling at the front by hundreds both in the Union and in the Confederate armies There was weeping.