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His Majesty’s most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Monday, March the 21st, 1714/15 [blank] Boston: Re-printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump. In Pudding-Lane. Sold by Nicholas Buttolph and Samuel Gerrish 1715.

A country treat upon the second paragraph in His Excellency’s speech, Decemb. 17, 1730. [Boston, 1730] [Positive Photostat].

The speech of the Honourable William Gooch, Esq; [At the opening of the session Aug. 21, 1740] [Williamsburg, 1740] [Negative Photostat.].

The Speech, &c. Gentlemen of the Council, Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen of the House of Burgesses. [March 5th, 1759] [Williamsburg, 1759] [Negative Photostat.].

The speech of the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor and commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, to the General Assembly to be held at the Capitol in the City of Williamsburg, on Thursday th

The life and dying speech of Arthur, a negro man who was executed at Worcester, October 20th 1768. For a rape committed on the body of one Deborah Metcalfe. Boston: Printed and sold in Milk-Street 1768.

The speech of His Excellency the Right Honourable Norborne Baron de Botetourt, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia and Vice Admiral of the same, to the General Assembly, conwened at the Capitol, o

[Arms] The speech of the statute of the Right Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham to the virtueous and patriotic citizens of New York. Gentlemen. After a tedious passage over the Atlantic, I am at last arrived in this land of liberty ... [New Yor

The Lord Mayor's speech and the city petition about excise [on tobacco. Speech with illus. of meeting of the Common-Council of London]

The speech of His Excellency Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor general of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same, to the General Assembly, convened at the Capitol, on Monday t

The speech of His Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same to the General Assembly convened at the Capitol, on Thursd

The speech of His Excellency, the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same, to the General Assembly, convened at the Capitol, on Thu

Lord Camden's speech on the New-England fishery bill. Newport: Printed by S. Southwick [1775].

Virginia Gazette (newspaper), February 4, 1775, Article on Speech by Chief Logan (Indian Warrior)

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775 ... [New York? 1775].

The King’s speech to both houses of Parliament, on the 30th of November, 1774. Together with their addresses to his Majesty. [Boston: Printed by Mills & Hicks? 1775].

The speech of William Tr[yo]n, Esq; who was executed on Thursday the 18th of March, 1776. Rebels and traitors behold me now, and take warning by this my deserved death.--- Had I but have tarried in my native country, when there last, I might, fo

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. [1776].

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. [1776].

General Conway's speech, for quieting the troubles in America. Against an independency: He is for peace, but yet argues the vigorous prosecution of the war: the great distresses and debt of America: General du Portail's account of America sent t

The British king's speech. New-York, February 10 By the Brigantine Peggy, Capt. M'Niel, in nineteen days from Tortola, who arrived here yesterday we have received the following copy of his Majesty's most gracious speech to both house of Parliame

James Madison. Notes for Speech, Virginia House of Delegates. 1784.

The End of Pain. The last speech, dying words, and confession of T.P. / T.O. [Ovenden] fecit.

The confession, last words, and dying speech of John Stewart, a native of Ireland. Taken from himself, at his own particular request ... [Signed] John Stewart. Boston jail, April 6, 1797.

The President's address to both houses of Congress. Philadelphia. Dec. 8. This day at twelve o'clock, the President of the United States met both Houses of Congress, in the Representatives Chamber, and delivered the following speech: ... [Richmo

The end of pain. The last speech, dying words, and confession of T[homas] P[aine]

The end of pain. The last speech, dying words, and confession of T. P. [n. p. n. d.].

President Jefferson's inauguaral speech. On the 4th inst. at 12 o'clock, Mr. Jefferson appeared on the Chamber of the United States' Senate, where his reelection was declared, and the necessary oath administered to him. On this occasion he deliv

Indian speech, delivered before a gentleman missionary, from Massachusetts, by a chief, commonly called by the white people Red Jacket. His Indian name is Sagu-ua-what-hath, which being interpreted, is Keeper-awake. ... Boston: Nathaniel Coverly

Answer to the governor's speech. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. House of representatives, June 9, 1808. May it please your excellency [regarding embargo act.] [Boston 1808].

Centinel Extra. Saturday, April 30, 1808. Argument---- demonstration. Mr. Key's speech. In the last Centinel, we mentioned the able and lucid speech of Mr. Key, in Congress on the subject of the embargo. We lay it before our readers, this day, w

Citizens of Massachusetts, read this!! Debate on the President's message, inclosing Mr. Canning's letter and Mr. Pinkney's answer. Speech delivered in Congress, Jan. 17, 1809, by Philip B. Key; the same man whose speech was published by the Fede

Seneca Chief Sagona Ha to Reverend Alexander, May 1811, Printed Speech

[Cut] Declaration and dying speech of Henry Phillips. Taken from his own mouth at the Boston goal a short time previous to the day of his execution. [Boston 1817].

Speech of His Excellency Governour Wolcott, delivered before both houses at the session of the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut in May, 1818. [Hartford?].

Cover Sheet, October 1824, Cover Sheet for Missing Speech

Impediments of speech. Mr. & Mrs. Chapman's institution for the cure of impediments of speech. No. 187 Pine street, Philadelphia. continues open for the reception of those ladies and gentlemen, who are oppressed with any kind of hesitancy, stutt

The gridiron "The honorable member solemnly declared in writing that when this country returned to cash payments he would suffer himself to be broiled upon a gridiron, now the country has returned to cash payments and I think the hon. member bound to undergo the consequences." Substance of C of Exchequer's speech upon bank charter / / H.B. ; A. Ducotes lithogy., 70 St. Martin's Lane.

A card. Mr. King, professor of elocution, announces to the public that his institution for the permanent correction and cure of stammering, and all other impediments of speech, is now open for the reception of pupils at the residence of Mrs. Lan

Remarks of Mr, Mangum of North Carolina, in the Senate of the United States, February 25th, 1834. The following extracts from Mr. Mangum's speech on the Memorial of citizens of North Carolina remonstrating against the removal of the public funds

American Historical Society, January 28, 1836, Blank Invitation to Lewis Cass Speech

Andrew Jackson, September 12, 1836

A voice for the Erie canal. A protest against the election of Preston King and Abijah Mann, Jr., and the Herkimer canal policy -- Speech of Samuel B. Ruggles, at the Whig convention, held in New York, on the 23d inst. [1837?].

The globe man listening to Webster's speech, on the specie circular

Notice!! Gov. Duncan will make a speech to the original supporters of Gen. Jackson, and all who may please to come and hear him in Carrollton, on Monday, Oct. 26 ... Oct. 24, 1840. [Carrollton? Ill.].

Read! Wake up before it is too late! Speech of Mr. Updike upon the resolution to discharge the Committee selected by a Board of Managers to report upon the "Registered state debt" May session, 1842.

Casey, Daniel

Casey, Daniel

Speech of the Taylor candidate for Congress. Mr. Jacob Barker's speech at Lafayette. [1848?].

John Davis to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 07, 1849 (Request for Report and Speech)

Drafts of Douglass' Autobiography - p. 261

World's Columbian Exposition

[Excerpt of Lincoln's speech, final debate with Stephen A. Douglas from Abraham Lincoln's scrapbook of the Illinois political campaign of 1858]

To the voters of Fauquier County ... Speech of William H. Jennings, delivered at March Court, in reply to John Ambler, upon the subject of the County Court clerkship ... [1858].

"The Constitution of the United States," (photocopy of the title page)

The Coles County Court House in Charleston, Ills., in which Lincoln often practiced law and before which he made a short speech in the evening after his fourth joint debate with Douglas, Sept. 18, 1858

"The Constitution of the United States," (photocopy of the title page)

The Corrector, Sag Harbor, New York. V. 39, no. 40.

Journal Extra, [newspaper]. Latest from Washington, Inauguration of Mr. Lincoln. His inaugural address. Incidents, &c.

Mr. Train's great speech in England, on the American question. [1861?].

President Lincoln in 1861. Significant extract from his inaugural address.

President Lincoln's Farewell Address!

Who is responsible for the war? who accountable for its horrors and desolations?. Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens ... delivered in the Secession convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of January, 1861 ... Who commenced the war. T

William Dennison to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 08, 1861 (Sends speech)

Inauguration of Mr. Lincoln. His address!

Champion. Extra. Inaugural Address, President Lincoln, [Newspaper].

To the people of Virginia. Secretary Cobb, in a recent speech in Georgia, said: "The people of the Gulf States need have no apprehensions [1861].

[Printed.] Letter to Mr. Blair by James W. Wall and his reception and speech at Burlington, on Friday evening, Sept. 27th, 1861.

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations? Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (now Vice-President of the Confederate States.) delivered in the secession Convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of

Impromptu speech of his Excellency Governor Pickens, of South-Carolina, in reference to the greetings of the citizens, on the evening of the Surrender of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861.

Scene in the Illinois Legislature. Speech of a brave old patriot. Terrible philippic against traitors. New York Reprint by G. W. Hunt, proprietor of the Irving House, corner Broadway and 12th Street [1862?].

Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].

The great union speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, vice-president of the Southern confederacy ... New York. P. W. Derham, printer and stationer, 15 Nassau Street. [1862?].

James S. Rollins, Friday, October 03, 1862 (Clipping of Speech)

Epitaph. Mr. Cox, member of Congress from Ohio, concluded his speech of June 6, 1862, with the following: Weary in watching its mad designs of revolution O and its crazy crotchets of black freedom - and for the self preservation of my native sta

James K. Moorhead to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 04, 1862 (Telegram concerning speech made by Governor Morton)

Gerrit Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 10, 1863 (Sends copy of speech)

Oration of Abraham Lincoln at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Military Cemetery.

Proposed amendments to the constitution.

Inaugural address of Abraham Lincoln.

The inaugural address of President Abraham Lincoln, delivered at the National Capitol.

Second inaugural address of the late President Lincoln.

Caroline A. Robbins to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 07, 1865 (Sends speech by Asher Robbins)

National debt, currency and taxation. St. Albany, Vt. Dec. 2, 1867. Hon. Benj. F. Butler: Sir:- Allow me to express to you my thanks for your very able speech upon the debt and currency question, and permit me to make a few suggestions for your

The Last speech on impeachment--Thaddeus Stevens closing the debate in the House, March 2 / sketched by T.R. Davis.

Address of President Lincoln at Gettysburg, November 19, 1863. Read at the Arlington National Cemetery, by Hon. Halbert E. Paine.

Speaker Keifer's kaleidoscopic speech, at the N.Y. Chamber of Commerce banquet, held at Delmonico's, May 9th, 1882 / J. Keppler.

Warner Miller, Champion of the workingmen. The following is an extract from a speech made by Warner Miller during the celebrated gariff debate of 1883 in the United States Senate. [n. p. 1883].

[Theodore Roosevelt standing on table outdoors and making speech to men seated around him, hands at waist] / Smith Art Photography, Freeport, Ill.

[Theodore Roosevelt standing on table outdoors and making speech to men seated around him, right hand raised] / Smith Art Photography, Freeport, Ill.

Extract from the speech of Genl. Benj. Harrison to the Clay County, Indiana, miners. Pittsburgh. [Reprinted from the American people of Sept. 12, 1888.].

View from the galleries of the St. Louis Convention Hall, during speech re-nominating Grover Cleveland

Commissioner Butler to Captain Tillman. I have just read Captain B. R. Tillman's charges against the Department of Agriculture and against myself, made in his Greenville speech ... A. P. Butler. Commissioner of Agriculture, Columbia, S. C. June

[A view near Speech House, Forest of Dean, England]

"Douglass on the Late Election"

"Douglass on the Late Election"

Convict Lease System

Speech (by Douglass)

F. W. S. speech, Sunday. Oct. 11 [n. d.].

[Children in speech class]