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Image of F 72 E7 M44 Vol. V

F 72 E7 M44 Vol. V

Object Type: Library

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DA 678 Bx

Object Type: Library

Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. XII - Prophetic Voices Concerning America, Monograph, September 1867.

Equal Rights, Whether Political or Civil, by Act of Congress, Letter, September 8, 1867.

Are We a Nation?  Address, November 19, 1867.

Constant Distrust of the President, Remarks, November 26, 1867.

The Fourteenth Amendment: Withdrawal of Assent by a State, Remarks, January 31, 1867.

Loyalty in the Senate: Admission of a Senator, Remarks, February 13, 1868.

International Copyright, Letter, February 17, 1868.

The Impeachment of the President.  the Right of the President of the Senate Pro Tem. To Vote, Remarks, March 5, 1868.

The Chief Justice, Presiding in the Senate, Cannot Rule or Vote, Opinion, March 31, 1868.

Expulsion of the President, Opinion, May 26, 1868.

Constitutional Responsibility of Senators for their Votes in Cases of Impeachment, Resolutions, June 3, 1868.

Validity and Necessity of Fundamental Conditions on States, Speech, June 10, 1868.

Eligibility of a Colored Citizen to Congress, Letter, June 22, 1868.

Independence and those Who Saved the Original Work, July 2, 1868.

Colored Senators,--Their Importance in Settling the Question for Equal Rights, Letter, July 3, 1868.

Financial Reconstruction Through Public Faith and Specie Payments, Speech, July 11, 1868.

No Reprisals on Innocent Persons, Speech, July 18, 1868.

The Chinese Embassy and our Relations with China, Speech, August 21, 1868.

The Rebel Party, Speech, September 14, 1868.

Enfranchisement in Missouri: Why Wait?  Letter, October 3, 1868.

Issues at the Presidential Elections, Speech, October 29, 1868.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. XII - Prophetic Voices Concerning America, Monograph, September 1867. Equal Rights, Whether Political or Civil, by Act of Congress, Letter, September 8, 1867. Are We a Nation? Address, November 19, 1867. Constant Distrust of the President, Remarks, November 26, 1867. The Fourteenth Amendment: Withdrawal of Assent by a State, Remarks, January 31, 1867. Loyalty in the Senate: Admission of a Senator, Remarks, February 13, 1868. International Copyright, Letter, February 17, 1868. The Impeachment of the President. the Right of the President of the Senate Pro Tem. To Vote, Remarks, March 5, 1868. The Chief Justice, Presiding in the Senate, Cannot Rule or Vote, Opinion, March 31, 1868. Expulsion of the President, Opinion, May 26, 1868. Constitutional Responsibility of Senators for their Votes in Cases of Impeachment, Resolutions, June 3, 1868. Validity and Necessity of Fundamental Conditions on States, Speech, June 10, 1868. Eligibility of a Colored Citizen to Congress, Letter, June 22, 1868. Independence and those Who Saved the Original Work, July 2, 1868. Colored Senators,--Their Importance in Settling the Question for Equal Rights, Letter, July 3, 1868. Financial Reconstruction Through Public Faith and Specie Payments, Speech, July 11, 1868. No Reprisals on Innocent Persons, Speech, July 18, 1868. The Chinese Embassy and our Relations with China, Speech, August 21, 1868. The Rebel Party, Speech, September 14, 1868. Enfranchisement in Missouri: Why Wait? Letter, October 3, 1868. Issues at the Presidential Elections, Speech, October 29, 1868.

Object Type: Library