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Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. VI - Emancipation Our Best Weapon, Speech, October 1, 1861.
Followed by Appendix of reactions to speech.

The Rebellion: Its Origin and Mainspring, Oration, November 27, 1861.

Welcome To Fugitive Slaves, Remarks, December 4, 1861.

Slavery And the Black Code in the District of Columbia, Remarks, December 4, 1861.

The Late Senator Bingham, With Protest Against Slavery, Speech, December 10, 1861.

The Late Senator Baker, With Call For Emancipation, Speech, December 11, 1861.

Revision and Consolidation of the National Statutes, Resolution, December 12, 1861.

Denial of Patents To Colored Inventors, Resolution, December 16, 1861.

The National Armies And Fugitive Slaves, Resolution, December 18, 1861.

Expulsion of Trusten Polk, Of Missouri, Resolution, December 18, 1861.

Emancipation And the President, Letter, December 17, 1861.

The Trent Case And Maritime Right, Speech, January 9, 1862.
With Appendix.

Office of the Senator, And Its Incompatibility With Other Office, Remarks, January 13, 1862.

Expulsion of Jesse D. Bright, Of Indiana, Speeches, January 21 and February 4, 1862.

Answer of a Witness Criminating Himself, Remarks, January 22, 1862.

Limitation of Debate in the Senate, Remarks, January 27 and 29, 1862.

Industrial Exhibition at London, Speech, January 31, 1862.

Order in Business: Each Question by Itself, Remarks, February 6, 1862.

State Rebellion, State Suicide; Emancipation and Reconstruction, Resolutions, February 11, 1862.
With Appendix.

Treasury Notes A Legal Tender, Speech, February 13, 1862.

Loyalty A Qualification Required in a Senator, Speeches, February 18 and 26, 1862.

Help for Mexico Against Foreign Intervention, Report, February 19, 1862.

Our German Fellow-Citizens, and a True Reconstruction, Letter, February 25, 1862.

No Recognition of the Fugitive Slave Bill, Motion and Remarks, February 25, 1862.

State Suicide and Emancipation, Letter, March 6, 1862.

Removal of Disqualification of Color in Carrying the Mails, Bill, March 18, 1862.
And Incidents.

Ransom of Slaves at the National Capital, Speech, March 31, 1862.

Rebel Barbarities and the Barbarism of Slavery, Resolution and Remarks, April 1, 1862.

Testimony of Colored Persons in the District of Columbia, Remarks, April 3, 1862.

Independence of Hayti and Liberia, Speech, April 23, 1862.

Final Suppression of the Slave-Trade, Speech, April 24, 1862.

Enforcement of Emancipation in the District, Resolution, April 28, 1862.

Conduct of our Generals towards Fugitive Slaves, Speech, May 1, 1862.

No Names of Victories over Fellow-Citizens on Regimental Colors, Resolution, May 8, 1862.

Bounty Lands for Soldiers out of Real Estate of Rebels, Resolution, May 12, 1862.

Testimony of Colored Persons in Judicial Proceedings for Confiscation and Emancipation, Resolution, May 12, and Remarks, June 28, 1862.

The Late Hon. Goldsmith F. Bailey, Representative from Massachusetts, Speech, May 15, 1862.

Use of Parchment in Legislative Proceedings, Resolution, May 16, 1862.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. VI - Emancipation Our Best Weapon, Speech, October 1, 1861. Followed by Appendix of reactions to speech. The Rebellion: Its Origin and Mainspring, Oration, November 27, 1861. Welcome To Fugitive Slaves, Remarks, December 4, 1861. Slavery And the Black Code in the District of Columbia, Remarks, December 4, 1861. The Late Senator Bingham, With Protest Against Slavery, Speech, December 10, 1861. The Late Senator Baker, With Call For Emancipation, Speech, December 11, 1861. Revision and Consolidation of the National Statutes, Resolution, December 12, 1861. Denial of Patents To Colored Inventors, Resolution, December 16, 1861. The National Armies And Fugitive Slaves, Resolution, December 18, 1861. Expulsion of Trusten Polk, Of Missouri, Resolution, December 18, 1861. Emancipation And the President, Letter, December 17, 1861. The Trent Case And Maritime Right, Speech, January 9, 1862. With Appendix. Office of the Senator, And Its Incompatibility With Other Office, Remarks, January 13, 1862. Expulsion of Jesse D. Bright, Of Indiana, Speeches, January 21 and February 4, 1862. Answer of a Witness Criminating Himself, Remarks, January 22, 1862. Limitation of Debate in the Senate, Remarks, January 27 and 29, 1862. Industrial Exhibition at London, Speech, January 31, 1862. Order in Business: Each Question by Itself, Remarks, February 6, 1862. State Rebellion, State Suicide; Emancipation and Reconstruction, Resolutions, February 11, 1862. With Appendix. Treasury Notes A Legal Tender, Speech, February 13, 1862. Loyalty A Qualification Required in a Senator, Speeches, February 18 and 26, 1862. Help for Mexico Against Foreign Intervention, Report, February 19, 1862. Our German Fellow-Citizens, and a True Reconstruction, Letter, February 25, 1862. No Recognition of the Fugitive Slave Bill, Motion and Remarks, February 25, 1862. State Suicide and Emancipation, Letter, March 6, 1862. Removal of Disqualification of Color in Carrying the Mails, Bill, March 18, 1862. And Incidents. Ransom of Slaves at the National Capital, Speech, March 31, 1862. Rebel Barbarities and the Barbarism of Slavery, Resolution and Remarks, April 1, 1862. Testimony of Colored Persons in the District of Columbia, Remarks, April 3, 1862. Independence of Hayti and Liberia, Speech, April 23, 1862. Final Suppression of the Slave-Trade, Speech, April 24, 1862. Enforcement of Emancipation in the District, Resolution, April 28, 1862. Conduct of our Generals towards Fugitive Slaves, Speech, May 1, 1862. No Names of Victories over Fellow-Citizens on Regimental Colors, Resolution, May 8, 1862. Bounty Lands for Soldiers out of Real Estate of Rebels, Resolution, May 12, 1862. Testimony of Colored Persons in Judicial Proceedings for Confiscation and Emancipation, Resolution, May 12, and Remarks, June 28, 1862. The Late Hon. Goldsmith F. Bailey, Representative from Massachusetts, Speech, May 15, 1862. Use of Parchment in Legislative Proceedings, Resolution, May 16, 1862.

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Object Type: Library