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Rutledge

[ruht-lij] /ˈrʌt lɪdʒ/
noun
1.
Ann, 1816–35, fiancée of Abraham Lincoln.
2.
Edward, 1749–1800, U.S. lawyer and statesman.
3.
his brother, John, 1739–1800, U.S. jurist and statesman: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1789–91.
4.
Wiley Blount
[bluhnt] /blʌnt/ (Show IPA),
1894–1949, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1943–49.
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  • From what he says, there will be little sympathy for Rutledge.

    Sir Jasper Carew Charles James Lever
  • Rutledge, Charles A.; enlisted November 3, 1861; transferred.

  • "Mrs. Rutledge, these are travelers from the East," said the Doctor.

  • Rutledge, John, on necessity of slave trade for the South, 101.

    James Madison

    Sydney Howard Gay
  • And such dull times as it was then at Rutledge, if you please!

    Rutledge Miriam Coles Harris
  • Mr. Rutledge shrugged his shoulders, and begged me to explain the difference to him.

    Rutledge Miriam Coles Harris
  • It certainly, I saw myself, was not in the least like Mr. Rutledge.

    Rutledge Miriam Coles Harris
  • "That was the year before old Mr. Rutledge died," said Kitty.

    Rutledge Miriam Coles Harris

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