Definition of Greeley
1. Noun. United States journalist with political ambitions (1811-1872).
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Literary usage of Greeley
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1. The Cambridge History of American Literature by William Peterfield Trent (1918)
"1899. arton, J. The Life of Horace Greeley, Editor of the New York Tribune. ... 1873. roceedings at the Unveiling of a Memorial to Horace Greeley at ..."
2. Life of Thurlow Weed Including His Autobiography and a Memoir by Thurlow Weed, Harriet A. Weed, Thurlow Weed Barnes (1884)
"At this time there was friendly intercourse between Mr. Greeley and Mr. Weed, nor did anybody suppose that Mr. Greeley was not on good terms with Governor ..."
3. History of the United States of America by Henry William Elson, Charles Henry Hart (1905)
"HORACE Greeley The great editor of the New York Tribune was the most conspicuous man in the country next to President Grant; and while Grant had but ..."
4. Twenty Years of Congress: From Lincoln to Garfield ; with a Review of the by James Gillespie Blaine (1884)
"CONTEST BETWEEN GRANT AND Greeley. — CHARACTER OF MR. Greeley. ... Greeley. rI iHE Presidential canvass of 1872 was anomalous in its char- JL acter. ..."
5. Early Indiana Trials and Sketches: Reminiscences by Oliver Hampton Smith (1858)
"The one was Horace Greeley of the New York Tribune, and the other Erastus Brooks, of the New York Express, as I learned from a Senator that sat by me. ..."
6. The Liberal Republican Movement by Earle Dudley Ross (1910)
"The NY World, with its strong anti-Greeley bias, thus analyzed the southern press (May 14): SC, Tenn., and Mo. enthusiastically and almost unanimously for ..."