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Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. XI - The One Man Power vs. Congress.  The Present Situation, Address, October 2, 1866.

The Ocean Telegraph between Europe and America, Answer to Invitation, November 14, 1866.

Encouragement to Colored Fellow-Citizens, Letter, December 2, 1866.

Female Suffrage and an Education Test of Male Suffrage, Speech, December 13, 1866.

Prohibition of Peonage, Resolution and Remarks, January 3, 1867.

Precaution against the Revival of Slavery, Remarks, January 3 and February 20, 1867.

Protection against the President, Speeches, January 15, 17, and 18, 1867.

Denunciation of the Coolie Trade, Resolution, January 15, 1867.

Cheap Books and Public Libraries, Remarks, January 24, 1867.

Cheap Coal, Speech, January 29, 1867.

A Single Term for the President, and Choice by Direct Vote of the People, Remarks, February 11, 1867.

Reconstruction at last With Colored Suffrage and Protection against Rebel Influence, Speeches, February 14, 19, and 20, 1867.

The Department of Education, Remarks, February 26, 1867.

Monuments to Deceased Senators, Remarks, February 27, 1867.

A Victory of Peace, Speech, March 2, 1867.

Further Guaranties in Reconstruction.  Loyalty, Education and A Homestead for Freedmen; Measures of Reconstruction not a Burden or Penalty, Resolutions and Speeches, March 7 and 11, 1867.

Generosity for Education, Speech, giving thanks to George Peabody, March 8, 1867.

Reconstruction Again.  The Ballot and Public Schools Open to All, Speeches, March 15 and 16, 1867.

Prohibition of Diplomatic Uniform, Speech, March 20, 1867.

Vigilance against the President, Remarks, March 23, 26, 28, and 29, 1867.

Loyalty and Republican Government Conditions of Assistance to the Rebel States, Remarks, March 29, 1867.

The Cession of Russian America to the United States, Speech, April 9, 1867.

Precaution against the President, Remarks, April 11, 1867.

Finish our work Before Adjournment, Remarks, April 11 and 12, 1867.

Mediation between Contending Parties in Mexico, Resolution, April 20, 1867.

Equal Suffrage at Once by Act of Congress Rather than Constitutional Amendment, Letter, April 20, 1867.

Celebration at Arlington, on Assuming a New Name, Speech, June 17, 1867.

Powers of the Two Houses of Congress in the Absence of a Quorum, Protest, July 3, 1867.

Homesteads for Freedmen, Resolution, July 3, 1867.

Limitation of the Business of the Senate.  Obligations of Senate Caucuses, Speeches, July 3, 5, and 10, 1867.

Reconstruction Once More.  Public Schools; Officers and Senators without Distinction of Color, Speeches, July 11 and 13, 1867.

Suffrage Without Distinction of Color Throughout the United States by Act of Congress, Remarks, July 12, 1867.

Opening of Offices to Colored Persons in the District of Columbia, Remarks, July 16, 1867.

Naturalization Without Distinction of Race or Color, Remarks, July 19, 1867.

The President must be watched by Congress, Or Removed, Speech, July 19, 1867.

Sympathy With Crete, and an Appeal to the Turkish Government, Joint Resolutions, July 19, 1867 and July 21, 1868.

Privileges of Debate in the Senate on Officers Liable to Impeachment, Resolutions, July 20, 1867.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. XI - The One Man Power vs. Congress. The Present Situation, Address, October 2, 1866. The Ocean Telegraph between Europe and America, Answer to Invitation, November 14, 1866. Encouragement to Colored Fellow-Citizens, Letter, December 2, 1866. Female Suffrage and an Education Test of Male Suffrage, Speech, December 13, 1866. Prohibition of Peonage, Resolution and Remarks, January 3, 1867. Precaution against the Revival of Slavery, Remarks, January 3 and February 20, 1867. Protection against the President, Speeches, January 15, 17, and 18, 1867. Denunciation of the Coolie Trade, Resolution, January 15, 1867. Cheap Books and Public Libraries, Remarks, January 24, 1867. Cheap Coal, Speech, January 29, 1867. A Single Term for the President, and Choice by Direct Vote of the People, Remarks, February 11, 1867. Reconstruction at last With Colored Suffrage and Protection against Rebel Influence, Speeches, February 14, 19, and 20, 1867. The Department of Education, Remarks, February 26, 1867. Monuments to Deceased Senators, Remarks, February 27, 1867. A Victory of Peace, Speech, March 2, 1867. Further Guaranties in Reconstruction. Loyalty, Education and A Homestead for Freedmen; Measures of Reconstruction not a Burden or Penalty, Resolutions and Speeches, March 7 and 11, 1867. Generosity for Education, Speech, giving thanks to George Peabody, March 8, 1867. Reconstruction Again. The Ballot and Public Schools Open to All, Speeches, March 15 and 16, 1867. Prohibition of Diplomatic Uniform, Speech, March 20, 1867. Vigilance against the President, Remarks, March 23, 26, 28, and 29, 1867. Loyalty and Republican Government Conditions of Assistance to the Rebel States, Remarks, March 29, 1867. The Cession of Russian America to the United States, Speech, April 9, 1867. Precaution against the President, Remarks, April 11, 1867. Finish our work Before Adjournment, Remarks, April 11 and 12, 1867. Mediation between Contending Parties in Mexico, Resolution, April 20, 1867. Equal Suffrage at Once by Act of Congress Rather than Constitutional Amendment, Letter, April 20, 1867. Celebration at Arlington, on Assuming a New Name, Speech, June 17, 1867. Powers of the Two Houses of Congress in the Absence of a Quorum, Protest, July 3, 1867. Homesteads for Freedmen, Resolution, July 3, 1867. Limitation of the Business of the Senate. Obligations of Senate Caucuses, Speeches, July 3, 5, and 10, 1867. Reconstruction Once More. Public Schools; Officers and Senators without Distinction of Color, Speeches, July 11 and 13, 1867. Suffrage Without Distinction of Color Throughout the United States by Act of Congress, Remarks, July 12, 1867. Opening of Offices to Colored Persons in the District of Columbia, Remarks, July 16, 1867. Naturalization Without Distinction of Race or Color, Remarks, July 19, 1867. The President must be watched by Congress, Or Removed, Speech, July 19, 1867. Sympathy With Crete, and an Appeal to the Turkish Government, Joint Resolutions, July 19, 1867 and July 21, 1868. Privileges of Debate in the Senate on Officers Liable to Impeachment, Resolutions, July 20, 1867.

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QH 365 V2 1868 Vol. I

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Image of E 182 H207

E 182 H207

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Image of F 64 H32 v. 1

F 64 H32 v. 1

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