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Object Type: Library

Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. III - Welcome to Kossuth, Speech, December 10, 1851.

Our Country On the Side of Freedom, Without Belligerent Intervention, Letter, December 23, 1851.

Clemency To Political Offenders, Letter, January 22, 1852.

Justice To the Land States, and Policy of Roads, Speeches, January 27, February 17 and March 16, 1852.

J. Fenmore Cooper, The Novelist, Letter, February 22, 1852.

Cheap Ocean Postage, Speech, March 8, 1852.

Pardoning Power of the President, Opinion, May 14, 1852.

Presentation of a Memorial Against the Fugitive Slave Bill, Remarks, May 16, 1852.

The National Flag, The Emblem Of Union for Freedom, Letter, July 4, 1852.

Union Against The Sectionalism of Slavery, letter, July 6, 1852.

"Strike, But Hear" : Attempt To Discuss The Fugitive Slave Bill, Remarks, July 27 and July 28, 1852.

Tribute To Robert Rantoul, Jr., Speech, August 9, 1852.

Authorship of the Ordinance of Freedom in the Northwest Territory, Letter, August 23, 1852.

Freedom National, Slavery Sectional, Speech, August 26, 1852.

Andrew J. Downing, The Landscape Gardener, Speech, August 26, 1852.

The Party of Freedom: Its Necessity and Practicability, Speech, September 15, 1852.

Civil Superintendents of Armories, Speech, February 23, 1853.

Necessity of Union to Uphold Freedom letter, March 26, 1853.

Against Secrecy in Proceedings of the Senate, Speech, April 6, 1853.

The German Emigrant Must Be Against Slavery, Letter, May 17, 1853.

Powers of the State over the Militia, Speech, June 21, 1853.

The Pacific Railroad and the Declaration of Independence, Letter, July 4, 1853.

The Representative System And Its Proper Basis, Speech, July 7, 1853.

Bills of Rights: Their History and Policy, Speech, July 25, 1853.

Finger-Point From Plymouth Rock, Speech, August 1, 1853.

Ireland and Irishmen, Letter, August 2, 1853.

The Landmark Of Freedom: No Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Speech, February 21, 1854.

When will the North Be Aroused? Letter, March 31, 1854.

A Liberty-Loving Emigration To Guard Kansas, Letter, May 1, 1854.

Final Protest, For Himself and the Clergy of New England, Against Slavery In Nebraska and Kansas, Speech, May 25, 1854.

Union of All Parties Necessary Against the Slave Power, Letter, May 29, 1854.

Boston Petition For the Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act, June 26, 1854.

Reply To Assailants: Oath To support the Constitution: Weakness of the South From Slavery, June 28, 1854.

Peaceful Opposition to the Fugitive Slave Act, Letter, July 4, 1854.

No Pension For Service in Support of the Fugitive Slave Act, Minority Report, July 13, 1854.

James Otis, An Example to Massachusetts, Letter, July 30, 1854.

Struggle for Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act, Debate, July 31, 1854.

Duties of Massachusetts at the Present Crisis, Speech, September 7, 1854.

The Good Farmer and the Good Citizen, Letter, September 25, 1854.

The Fugitive Slave Act to be Disobeyed, Letter, September 28, 1854.

Position and Duties of the Merchant, Illustrated by the life of Granville Sharp, Address, November 13, 1854.

Wages of Seamen in case of Wreck, Speech, February 12, 1855.

Against Capital Punishment, Letter, February 12, 1855.

The Demands of Freedom: Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act, Speech, February 23, 1855.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. III - Welcome to Kossuth, Speech, December 10, 1851. Our Country On the Side of Freedom, Without Belligerent Intervention, Letter, December 23, 1851. Clemency To Political Offenders, Letter, January 22, 1852. Justice To the Land States, and Policy of Roads, Speeches, January 27, February 17 and March 16, 1852. J. Fenmore Cooper, The Novelist, Letter, February 22, 1852. Cheap Ocean Postage, Speech, March 8, 1852. Pardoning Power of the President, Opinion, May 14, 1852. Presentation of a Memorial Against the Fugitive Slave Bill, Remarks, May 16, 1852. The National Flag, The Emblem Of Union for Freedom, Letter, July 4, 1852. Union Against The Sectionalism of Slavery, letter, July 6, 1852. "Strike, But Hear" : Attempt To Discuss The Fugitive Slave Bill, Remarks, July 27 and July 28, 1852. Tribute To Robert Rantoul, Jr., Speech, August 9, 1852. Authorship of the Ordinance of Freedom in the Northwest Territory, Letter, August 23, 1852. Freedom National, Slavery Sectional, Speech, August 26, 1852. Andrew J. Downing, The Landscape Gardener, Speech, August 26, 1852. The Party of Freedom: Its Necessity and Practicability, Speech, September 15, 1852. Civil Superintendents of Armories, Speech, February 23, 1853. Necessity of Union to Uphold Freedom letter, March 26, 1853. Against Secrecy in Proceedings of the Senate, Speech, April 6, 1853. The German Emigrant Must Be Against Slavery, Letter, May 17, 1853. Powers of the State over the Militia, Speech, June 21, 1853. The Pacific Railroad and the Declaration of Independence, Letter, July 4, 1853. The Representative System And Its Proper Basis, Speech, July 7, 1853. Bills of Rights: Their History and Policy, Speech, July 25, 1853. Finger-Point From Plymouth Rock, Speech, August 1, 1853. Ireland and Irishmen, Letter, August 2, 1853. The Landmark Of Freedom: No Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Speech, February 21, 1854. When will the North Be Aroused? Letter, March 31, 1854. A Liberty-Loving Emigration To Guard Kansas, Letter, May 1, 1854. Final Protest, For Himself and the Clergy of New England, Against Slavery In Nebraska and Kansas, Speech, May 25, 1854. Union of All Parties Necessary Against the Slave Power, Letter, May 29, 1854. Boston Petition For the Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act, June 26, 1854. Reply To Assailants: Oath To support the Constitution: Weakness of the South From Slavery, June 28, 1854. Peaceful Opposition to the Fugitive Slave Act, Letter, July 4, 1854. No Pension For Service in Support of the Fugitive Slave Act, Minority Report, July 13, 1854. James Otis, An Example to Massachusetts, Letter, July 30, 1854. Struggle for Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act, Debate, July 31, 1854. Duties of Massachusetts at the Present Crisis, Speech, September 7, 1854. The Good Farmer and the Good Citizen, Letter, September 25, 1854. The Fugitive Slave Act to be Disobeyed, Letter, September 28, 1854. Position and Duties of the Merchant, Illustrated by the life of Granville Sharp, Address, November 13, 1854. Wages of Seamen in case of Wreck, Speech, February 12, 1855. Against Capital Punishment, Letter, February 12, 1855. The Demands of Freedom: Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act, Speech, February 23, 1855.

Object Type: Library

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Object Type: Library