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Fri Mar 21 17:16:33 2014 UTClccn-no890114820.00Macculloch-Miller family papers of Macculloch Hall Museum, Morristown, N.J0.891.00Speech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the Oregon question9401941Jacob_W._Millerno 890114822587276lccn-nr2002017700Collins Linenc-bristol county mass agricultural societyBristol County (Mass.) agricultural societylccn-no2007068893Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)lccn-n79083979New Jersey Historical Societylccn-n85308847New Jersey State Agricultural Societync-collins stamping lineCollins stamping linelccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n79054143Badger, George Edmund1795-1866lccn-n85363382Hunter, R. M. T.(Robert Mercer Taliaferro)1809-1887lccn-n85300382Pearce, James Alfred1805-1862Miller, Jacob Welsh1800-1862Speeches in CongressHistoryUnited StatesTariffRevenuePolitical scienceTexasAgricultureMexican War (1846-1848)LiberiaNew JerseyAfricaOregon questionCompromise of 1850African Americans--ColonizationCanadaBoundariesMassachusettsInternational relationsCollins LineAgriculture--Societies, etcDiscoveries in geographyFourth of July orationsEconomic historyIron mines and miningSlaveryColonizationConstitution (United States)CaliforniaStatehood (American politics)Slavery--Extension to the territoriesMail steamersShipping bounties and subsidiesMiller, Jacob Welsh,Business enterprisesLegislative powerEnglandUnited States.--CongressUnited States Naval AcademyLegislatorsGold standardLawyersMorris Canal and Banking CompanyMiller, J. W.--(Jacob William),18001862180018401842184418451846184718481850185118521853185418555733778979.503HB1511405ocn065273824file18420.90Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, upon the resolutions of Mr. ClaySpeeches in Congress514ocn123390510file18520.92Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of the Hon. J.W. Miller, of New Jersey, in favor of sustaining the Collins line of American mail steamers delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 22, 1852Speeches in Congress454ocn016096458book18470.92Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the Mexican War, and the mode of bringing it to a speedy and honorable conclusion, delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 2, 1847Speeches in Congress3710ocn009993707book18460.79Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the Oregon question delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 26, 1846363ocn006253276book18440.84Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the treaty for annexing Texas to the United States : delivered in the Senate of the United States, in secret session, on the 23d of May, 1844303ocn123449749file18000.90Bristol County (Mass.) agricultural societyTransactions284ocn841407894file18530.92Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the exploration of the interior of Africa, and in favor of recognizing the independence of Liberia delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 3, 1853History253ocn841407896file18510.92Miller, Jacob WelshOration pronounced by the Honourable J.W. Miller, of the U.S. Senate, on the fourth of July, 1851, at Morristown, New Jersey243ocn021655414book18450.81Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New-Jersey, against the resolutions from the H.R. for the admission of Texas as a new state into the Union, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 25th February, 1845224ocn191312116book18500.84Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the proposition to compromise the slavery question, and the admission of California into the Union. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 21, 1850HistorySpeeches in Congress212ocn016007927book18420.97Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, upon the resolutions of Mr. Clay, delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 15, 1842Speeches in Congress202ocn018609783book18550.86Miller, Jacob WelshAn address delivered before the New-Jersey State Agricultural Society, at Camden, Friday, September 21st, 1855203ocn325823590book18540.98Miller, Jacob WelshThe Iron State, its natural position, power and wealth Address, delivered before the New Jersey Historical Society, at its ninth annual meeting, held in Trenton, on Thursday, Jan'y 19th, 1854History141ocn021655496book18440.63Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller of New Jersey on the treaty for annexing Texas ... delivered ... the 23d of May, 1844121ocn001239975book18461.00Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the Oregon question92ocn027245443book18510.92Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Hon J.W. Miller, of N. Jersey, on presenting resolutions of instruction from the Legislature of New Jersey, relative to the compromise measures delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 12, 1852Speeches in Congress81ocn043107581book18520.97Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Hon. J.W. Miller, of New Jersey, in the Senate of the United States, February 26, 1852, in defence of the American policy of non-interventionSpeeches in Congress82ocn644217450file18480.88[The Ten regiment bill Speeches delivered in the Senate of the United States]52ocn068772289file18540.97Miller, Jacob WelshThe Iron state, its natural position, power and wealth21ocn054227017book18501.00Miller, Jacob WelshSpeech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the propositions to compromise the slavery question, and the admission of California into the Union; delivered in the Senate of the U.S., February 21, 1850Speeches in Congress11ocn709623577mix1.00MacCulloch-Miller familyMacCulloch-Miller family papersHistoryCorrespondence and other papers of the MacCulloch-Miller family of Morristown, New Jersey, including: George P. MacCulloch; his son, Francis L. MacCulloch; his daughter, Mary MacCulloch Miller, and son-in-law Jacob W. Miller; and his sons, Henry W. and Lindley H. Miller. Topics include: business in England, 1800-1806; national affairs (including the gold standard problem), 1848; life in the United States Naval Academy, 1850s; and United States Army life in Louisiana and Mississippi during the Civil War11ocn156839271art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamMiller, Jacob Welsh01ocn008674536bookMacculloch-Miller family papers of Macculloch Hall Museum, Morristown, N.JSourcesManuscriptsIncludes material on Morris Canal and Banking Company and New Jersey politics in Civil War periodFri Mar 21 15:22:07 EDT 2014batch13234