Ulysses Grant

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Treasurer Of The United States - List of Treasurers
... Spinner March 16, 1861 - July 30, 1875 Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S ... Grant 11 John C ... New June 30, 1875 - July 1, 1876 Ulysses S ...
United States Circuit Court - Judges
... Hayes Hugh Lennox Bond Fourth July 13, 1870 June 16, 1891 Ulysses Grant David Josiah Brewer Eighth March 31, 1884 January 6, 1890 Chester A ... Arthur John Forrest Dillon Eighth December 22, 1869 September 1, 1879 Ulysses Grant Thomas Drummond Seventh December 22, 1869 July 18, 1884 Ulysses Grant Halmer Hull Emmons Sixth January 17, 1870 May 14. 1891 Grover Cleveland Alexander Smith Johnson Second December 15, 1875 January 26, 1878 Ulysses Grant Emile Henry Lacombe Second February 28, 1888 June 16, 1891 Grover Cleveland John Lowell First December ...
List Of U.S. Presidential Relatives - Relatives of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President
... Frederick Dent Grant - son, U.S ... Army officer and Minister to Austria Ellen (Nellie) Wrenshall Grant - daughter, married in the White House during her father's term Ulysses S ... Grant, Jr ...
List Of Presidents Of The United States By Name - Middle Names
... Ulysses S ... Grant was born Hiram Ulysses Grant ... His name was wrongly entered as Ulysses S ...
Ulysses S. Grant (disambiguation)
... Ulysses S ... Grant (1822–1885) was the 18th president of the United States ... Ulysses Grant may also refer to Ulysses S ...

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    Whatever a person may pray for, that person prays for a miracle. Every prayer comes down to this: Almighty God, grant that two times two not equal four.
    Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818–1883)

    At bottom there is in Joyce a profound hatred for humanity—the scholar’s hatred. One realizes that he has the neurotic’s fear of entering the living world, the world of men and women in which he is powerless to function. He is in revolt not against institutions, but against mankind.... Ulysses is like a vomit spilled by a delicate child whose stomach has been overloaded with sweetmeats.
    Henry Miller (1891–1980)