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Image of BV 4305 Frothingham

BV 4305 Frothingham

Object Type: Library

Image of F 1 L69 no.1

F 1 L69 no.1

Object Type: Library

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Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. II - Fame and Glory, Oration, August 11, 1847.

Necessity of Political Action Against the Slave Power and The Extension of Slavery, Speech, September 29, 1847.

The Late Henry Wheaton, Article, March 16, 1848.

Union Among Men of All Parties Against The Slave Power and The Extension of Slavery, Speech, June 28, 1848.

The Law of Human Progress, oration, July 25, 1848.

The Party of Freedom, Speech, August 22, 1848.

Parties, And Importance of a Free-Soil Organization, Letter, October 26, 1848.

Appeal for the Free-Soil Party, Address, November 9, 1848.

A Last Rally for Freedom, Letter, November 9, 1848.

War System Of the Commonwealth of Nations, Address, May 28, 1849.

Be True To the Declaration of Independence, Letter, July 6, 1849.

Where Liberty is, There is my Party, Speech, September 12, 1849.

The Free-Soil Party Explained and Vindicated, Address, September 12, 1849.

Washington an Abolitionist, Letter, September 27, 1849.

Equality Before the Law: Unconstitutionarality of Separate Colored Schools in Massachusetts, Argument, December 4, 1849.

Character and History of the Law School Of Harvard University, Report, February 7, 1850.

Stipulated Arbitration, or a Congress of Nations, With Disarmament, Address, February 22, 1850.

Our Immediate Antislavery Duties, Speech, November 6, 1850.

Acceptance of the Office of Senator of the United States, Letter, May 14, 1851.

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, Our Two Title-Deeds, Letter, July 4, 1851.

Position of the American Lawyer, Letter, July 15, 1851.

Sympathy with the Rights of Man Everywhere, Letter, October 27, 1851.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. II - Fame and Glory, Oration, August 11, 1847. Necessity of Political Action Against the Slave Power and The Extension of Slavery, Speech, September 29, 1847. The Late Henry Wheaton, Article, March 16, 1848. Union Among Men of All Parties Against The Slave Power and The Extension of Slavery, Speech, June 28, 1848. The Law of Human Progress, oration, July 25, 1848. The Party of Freedom, Speech, August 22, 1848. Parties, And Importance of a Free-Soil Organization, Letter, October 26, 1848. Appeal for the Free-Soil Party, Address, November 9, 1848. A Last Rally for Freedom, Letter, November 9, 1848. War System Of the Commonwealth of Nations, Address, May 28, 1849. Be True To the Declaration of Independence, Letter, July 6, 1849. Where Liberty is, There is my Party, Speech, September 12, 1849. The Free-Soil Party Explained and Vindicated, Address, September 12, 1849. Washington an Abolitionist, Letter, September 27, 1849. Equality Before the Law: Unconstitutionarality of Separate Colored Schools in Massachusetts, Argument, December 4, 1849. Character and History of the Law School Of Harvard University, Report, February 7, 1850. Stipulated Arbitration, or a Congress of Nations, With Disarmament, Address, February 22, 1850. Our Immediate Antislavery Duties, Speech, November 6, 1850. Acceptance of the Office of Senator of the United States, Letter, May 14, 1851. The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, Our Two Title-Deeds, Letter, July 4, 1851. Position of the American Lawyer, Letter, July 15, 1851. Sympathy with the Rights of Man Everywhere, Letter, October 27, 1851.

Object Type: Library

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F8 R 76

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