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Fri Mar 21 17:04:12 2014 UTClccn-n790541430.00Roger Lawson Gamble letter,0.861.00George Edmund Badger 1795-1866 : a North Carolinian's life in politics and the law /1287568George_Edmund_Badgern 79054143287281lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n50001408Seward, William Henry1801-1872lccn-n85158370Everett, Edward1794-1865lccn-n89103741Smith, Truman1791-1884lccn-n50036227Chase, Salmon P.(Salmon Portland)1808-1873lccn-n50027507Douglas, Stephen A.(Stephen Arnold)1813-1861lccn-n81057079Sumner, Charles1811-1874lccn-n85367522Wade, B. F.(Benjamin Franklin)1800-1878nc-united states$congress$1853 1854$senateUnited StatesCongress1853-1854)Senatelccn-n50018658Pierce, Franklin1804-1869Badger, George Edmund1795-1866Speeches in CongressControversial literatureClaimsTrials, litigation, etcUnited StatesSlaveryKansas-Nebraska Act (United States)Political scienceCompromise of 1850North CarolinaSlavery--Extension to the territoriesMissouri compromiseBadger, George Edmund,Public landsSecessionMental health lawsPierce, Franklin,Stanly, Edward,Wilmot provisoLaw reports, digests, etcEquityCollins LineEpiscopal ChurchYouth--Religious lifeShipping bounties and subsidiesCherokee IndiansSlavery--Speeches in CongressSlavery--Law and legislationAfrican Americans--Legal status, laws, etcFugitive slavesMexican War (1846-1848)NebraskaLawyersManners and customsJudgesStudentsTravelSteam-navigationArmed Forces--OfficersPoliticiansUnited States.--NavyYoung men--Conduct of lifeDiaries (Blank-books)Confederate States of America.--ArmyUniversity of North Carolina (1793-1962)American Civil War (1861-1865)Morris, Charles,Ohio (Ship of the line)Whig Party (U.S.)PrisonersWar of Independence (Chile : 1810-1824)Murphey, Archibald D.--(Archibald De Bow),Navy-yards and naval stationsLegislators17951866182618271833184018411848184918501852185318541857185918601862186618871893190919331938195419601963196619681976199019921999134593165973.66AC12038ocn607380771file18500.86Badger, George EdmundSpeech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the slavery question in Senate, March 18 and 19, 1850Speeches in Congress19913ocn847833314file18540.86Badger, George EdmundSpeech of the Hon. George E. Badger, of North Carolina, in the United States Senate, February 16, 1854, on the Nebraska billSpeeches in Congress1247ocn002746236book18540.88Douglas, Stephen AThe Nebraska question : comprising speeches in the United States Senate by Mr. Douglas, Mr. Chase, Mr. Smith, Mr. Everett, Mr. Wade, Mr. Badger, Mr. Seward and Mr. Sumner : together with the history of the Missouri compromise, Daniel Webster's memorial in regard to it, history of the annexation of Texas, the organization of the Oregon Territory, and the compromises of 1850Speeches in Congress1224ocn847833313file18500.88Badger, George EdmundSpeech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the territorial question, and against secession, disunion and forcible resistance on account of the Wilmot proviso, and for the Union and the constitution, and for constitutional remedies in the Union in the Senate of the United States, August 2, 1850Speeches in Congress1092ocn847833312com18540.88Badger, George EdmundSpeech of Mr. Badger, of N. Carolina delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 11, 1854, on the President's veto messageSpeeches in Congress1063ocn317691011com18620.88Stanly, EdwardLetter from Hon. Edward Stanly, military governor of North Carolina, to Col. Henry A. Gilliam refuting certain charges and insinuations made by Hon. George E. Badger in behalf of the Southern Confederacy678ocn085886443book18520.81Badger, George EdmundAmerican steam navigation speech of Hon. George E. Badger ... for the Collins steamers : in Senate of the United States, May 6, 1852344ocn005221936book18330.81Badger, George EdmundAddress delivered before the Philanthropic and Dialectic Societies, at Chapel Hill, N.C., June 26, 1833291ocn004597011book18490.70Badger, George EdmundAn examination of the doctrine declared and the powers claimed by the Right Reverend Bishop Ives : in A pastoral letter to the clergy and laity of his dioceseControversial literature252ocn006260759book0.84North CarolinaEquity cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina, from June term, 1828 [i.e. December term, 1826], to [June term, 1834]222ocn023279277art18520.98Kendall, AmosA letter to the Hon. George E. Badger, in relation to the claim of A. & J.E. Kendall, against the United States, for certain wrongs done them, with an appendixClaims203ocn006260775book18570.95North CarolinaCases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina, from December term, 1826, to June term, [1834]192ocn020660083book0.86Devereux, Thomas PCases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North-CarolinaTrials, litigation, etcThis collection consists of extracts of printed summaries of cases relating to slavery and/or African Americans heard in the Supreme Court of North Carolina between 1826 and 1834, and reported by Thomas P. Devereux. It comprises cases heard in the court of Raleigh. Topics covered include: slavery, slavery and agriculture, freedmen and free Black settlements, the abolition movement, varieties of slave experience, fugitive slaves, slave testimony, master and slave relationship, treatment of slaves, female slaves, child slaves, slave families, wills, sale of slaves, contested ownership of slaves, interracial sexual relations, legal status of slaves, plantations, and emancipation143ocn011081332book18480.96Badger, George EdmundSpeech of Mr. [George] Badger, of North Carolina on the ten regiment bill144ocn011192442book18480.79Badger, George EdmundSpeech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the Compromise Bill, delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 26, 1848Speeches in Congress133ocn002320636book18520.92Badger, George EdmundAmerican steam navigation speech of George E. Badger ... for the Collins steamers114ocn682431136com18260.93Badger, George EdmundA view of the question in controversy between the University of N. Carolina and the claimants of her western lands82ocn004111240book18500.81Badger, George EdmundSpeech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the reclamation of fugitive slaves : delivered in the Senate of the United States, August 20, 1850Speeches in Congress82ocn644217450file18480.88[The Ten regiment bill Speeches delivered in the Senate of the United States]72ocn030927457book0.86Badger, George EdmundThe Nebraska territory speech of Hon. George E. Badger, of N.CSpeeches in Congress898ocn367857230book18660.79Graham, William ADiscourse in memory of the life and character of the Hon. Geo. E. Badger73ocn003852206book19380.96London, Lawrence FousheeGeorge Edmund Badger in the United States Senate, 1846-184951ocn009675228book19330.97Haywood, ErnestPresentation of the portrait of Hon. George Edmund Badger as a gift from his granddaughter, Mrs. Kate Badger Moore33ocn426034605book19380.47London, Lawrence FousheeGeorge Edmund Badger, member of the Harrison-Tyler cabinet, 1841HistoryBiography21ocn024196038book19901.00Hunter, Thomas RogersGeorge Edmund Badger 1795-1866 : a North Carolinian's life in politics and the lawBiography21ocn028498301mix0.47Hull, IsaacHistoryNaval historyCorrespondence, ledgers, account books, logbooks, ships' papers, legal records, reports, meteorological observations, printed materials, and other papers, reflecting Hull's career as commodore in the U.S. Navy, chiefly documenting his period of service (ca. 1840s) in the Mediterranean Region when he commanded the U.S.S. Brandywine, Cyane, Ohio, and Preble and had considerable contact with U.S. officials in Washington and abroad, including Obadiah Rich, Hosea Sprague, and William Tudor. Includes William Miller's account of the battle of Ayacucho, Peru (1825), and Bernardo O'Higgins's "To the Virtuous Inhabitants of the Archipelago of Chiloe" (1826); and information concerning the development of the U.S. Navy, political and military conditions in the U.S. and abroad, and Hull's activities as commander of the Boston and Washington, D.C., navy yards. Persons represented include George Edmund Badger, Isaac Chauncey, Mahlon Dickerson, Paul Hamilton, William Jones, Charles Morris, James Kirke Paulding, John Percival, Joseph Smith, Samuel L. Southard, Smith Thompson, and Abel Upshur11ocn024678733mix1.00Sparrow, ThomasThomas Sparrow papersHistoryBiographyDiariesPersonal narratives ConfederateRecords and correspondenceAntebellum papers include legal and political correspondence and letters to Thomas Sparrow from colleagues and constituents while he was a member of the North Carolina General Assembly, 1858-1859. Correspondents include George E. Badger, David L. Swain, and John Stanly. There are references to several duels. Civil War papers, mostly 1861, include Sparrow's letters to his wife and a diary kept while he was captain of Company A, 7th North Carolina Infantry (the "Washington Greys"), defending the Outer Banks of North Carolina and in prison at Fort Coumbus, Governor's Island, New York Harbor, and Fort Warren, Boston, Mass. Also included are manuscript notes of an ordnance inspection of the Wilmington, N.C., defenses, 1863. Postwar items consist chiefly of a manuscript speech to freedmen, 1867, clippings about Sparrow's management of the impeachment trial of North Carolina governor W.W. Holden, 1871, and a full account of Sparrow's life11ocn310364052book1854The Nebraska question comprising speeches in the United States SenateHistory11ocn046605383art19381.00London, Lawrence FousheeGeorge Edmund Badger and the Compromise of 185011ocn034671617mix1.00Ruffin, ThomasThomas Ruffin papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, financial and legal papers, and other papers of Thomas Ruffin, and correspondence and financial records of his father, Sterling Ruffin. Major topics are family concerns, especially relating to women; work on plantations in Rockingham, Caswell, and Alamance counties, N.C.; Ruffin's legal practice; borrowing and lending money; the State Bank; Ruffin's other business ventures, including a slave-trading partnership; and his brother's business in Alabama. There is considerable correspondence with merchants in Petersburg, Va., Hillsborough, N.C., and Fayetteville, N.C., about debt collection and legal business. Letters about national politics appear particularly around the War of 1812 and the Civil War. Also included are letters from two of Ruffin's sons who were officers in the Confederate army (5th North Carolina Infantry Regiment and 13th North Carolina Infantry Regiment), and letters about political and economic conditions in the Confederacy. There are letters as well from family members who were students at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, 1813 through the 1840s. Among the correspondents are Ruffin's father-in-law, William Kirkland; his sons-in-law, J.B.G. Roulhac and Paul Carrington Cameron; and friends and business associates, including Archibald De Bow Murphey, Duncan Cameron, and George Badger11ocn081207154mix18601.00Badger, George EdmundAutograph letter signed : Raleigh, [N.C.], to unknown person, n.p11ocn845388479book18531.00Stanly, EdwardEdward Stanly letter : San Francisco, Calif., to William Appleton, Boston, MassRecords and correspondenceHandwritten letter from Edward Stanly to a former colleague still serving in the U.S. House of Representatives, William Appleton. Contains details of Stanly's interactions with the the owners of Macondray and Company, reflections on his time in Congress, and observations about California. He recalls sharing a drink in Washington with a Mr. Badger [i.e. Senator George Edmund Badger], comments that he is glad to not be in Congress, and calls California a "fast country, inhabited by fast people: altogether too fast," naming men working on Sundays, hearing the sound of billiard balls on his way to church, and the numerous gambling houses in San Francisco as evidence for this view. He ends by hoping for Appleton's appointment to the Ways and Means committee because he can work well "even with the inexorable Geo. W. Jones." Also includes a partial typescript transcription of the letter11ocn023658466mix1.00Mitchell, ElishaElisha Mitchell papersHistoryFamily correspondence, scientific notes, manuscript articles, and sermons of Elisha Mitchell, for many years connected with the University of North Carolina. Mitchell's correspondence pertains to his varied religious, academic, and scientific activities, including mountain exploration in North Carolina. Among the correspondents are George E. Badger, William Gaston, Francis L. Hawkes, N.M. Hentz, William Hooper, Levi Silliman Ives, Archibald D. Murphy, James H. Otey, John Stark Ravenscroft, and David L. Swain. Included is correspondence with the North family of Mitchell's wife, Maria North Mitchell, in New Haven, Conn., and from the Mitchell children after they had married and moved to Salisbury, N.C., California, and Texas. Volumes include Mitchell's diary, 1813-1816, begun at Yale and kept irregularly while he was teaching at various places in the North, containing mainly religious reflections and slight personal comment; his private notebook, 1818-1847, containing miscellaneous comments on mathematics, musicology, electricity, the natural sciences, and history, and personal accounts and notes on reading and letters received. The diary, 1878, of Mitchell's grandson, J.N. Howard Summerell, on a voyage to Scotland; Mitchell's journal, letter book, and account book, 1818-1842; and "Diary of a Geological Tour by Professor Elisha Mitchell in 1827 and 1828 with Introduction and Notes" by Kemp P. Battle, published as part of the "James Sprunt Historical Monograph Series" by the University of North Carolina in 190511ocn143462454art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamBadger, George Edmund11ocn025031599mix1.00Haigh, William HWilliam H. Haigh papersHistoryRecords and correspondencePapers including the diary of William Hooper Haigh (1823-1870) of Fayetteville, N.C., while a student at the University of North Carolina, 1841-1842, in Chapel Hill, and studying law under George Edmund Badger in Raleigh, N.C., 1843-1844. Entries include comments on people and events in Haigh's life, including Raleigh and Chapel Hill social activities, the Methodist and Episcopal churches, and activities of the Badger family, and local, state, and national politics. Also included are two long letters, 1865, written by Haigh as a prisoner at Point Lookout, Md., describing prison conditions and routine11ocn078124723mix18591.00Badger, George EdmundAutograph letter signed : Raleigh, N.C., to William Carlisle, n.p11ocn025754281mix17901.00Polk, Badger, and McGehee family papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceThe collection contains original documents and microfilm. Original documents consist letters written by members of the Polk, Badger, and McGehee families, particularly those of George Edmund Badger (1795-1866); his second wife, Mary Brown Polk Badger (1808-1835); their younger daughter, Sarah Polk Badger McGehee (1833-1903), also known as Sally; and Sally's husband, Montford McGehee (1822-1895). Polk materials consist of letters and poems by George Badger to Mary Polk Badger, beginning in 1825 during their courtship and married life, particularly when he was traveling for court business. Also included is a memorandum by Mary Badger written shortly before her death in 1835, giving instructions for the disposition of her keepsakes and heirlooms. Letters to Sally Badger begin in 1841 with letters primarily from her father. Beginning in 1859, there are letters to Sally from Montford McGehee. There is only one letter from 1863, and no papers for the years 1861-1862 or 1864-1869. The remainder of the material consists of a few scattered letters to and from friends, a poem titled "In Memoriam of Gen'l Leonidas Polk," a quotation from F.W. Robertson, and the envelopes that originally housed the correspondence. The microfilm includes other letters and two scrapbooks containing a number of newspaper obituaries. Among the microfilm-only materials are letters of Mary Brown Polk while at school in Philadelphia and of Sally Badger at Saint Mary's School in Raleigh. There are also 1862 letters of Montford McGehee during the Civil War when he served as aid to General James Johnson Pettigrew. He wrote from Richmond, Fredericksburg, and the Virginia Peninsula and during the retreat following the evacuation of Yorktown11ocn650076734art18870.10Lanman, CharlesBadger, George EBiographyRegisters11ocn077536230mix1841Gamble, Roger LawsonRoger Lawson Gamble letterThis collection consists of a letter from Roger L. Gamble to George Edmund Badger, Secretary of the Navy, 1841, recommending James Henry Carter of Augusta as a midshipman in the Navy11ocn022979255mix1.00Badger, George EdmundGeorge Edmund Badger papersHistoryBusiness papers of George E. Badger, including business letters, deeds, and receipts. The letters, 1829-1860, are from Badger to friends and associates concerning legal cases, politics, and general news. Included are seven letters, 1855-1860, from Badger to James Mandeville Carlisle (1814-1877), a Washington, D.C., lawyer with whom he formed a law partnership in the mid-1850s. Of particular interest is an 1849 letter to Badger from George Davis (1820-1896), who later served as attorney general of the Confederate States of America, and Frederick J. Hill (1792-1861), both of Wilmington, N.C., concerning the political appointment of the commander of the revenue boat for that city's port. Also of interest is a letter, also 1849, from Badger to Charles M. Butler, rector of Trinity Church (Episcopal), Washington, D.C., concerning Episcopal doctrinal controversiesFri Mar 21 15:41:08 EDT 2014batch29353