[fes-uh n-duh n]
- William Pitt,1806–69, U.S. statesman.
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"You'll soon be used to getting it in the neck if you stay in politics," said Fessenden.The Plum Tree
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Fessenden, General, his account of the Pleasant Hill battle, 171.Destruction and Reconstruction:
The Senator from Maine (Mr. Fessenden) need not smile at my statement.