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Fri Mar 21 17:10:33 2014 UTClccn-no950577180.00George Fred Williams papers,0.931.00Spanish despotism in Cuba supported by the United States : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, March 24, 189631583954Roger_Q._Millsno 950577183969921Mills, Mr. (Roger Quarles), 1832-1911Mills, R. Q. (Roger Quarles), 1832-1911lccn-n82011612Blaine, James Gillespie1830-1893lccn-n79018726Gladstone, W. E.(William Ewart)1809-1898np-mills, billMills, Billlccn-n50029194Cleveland, Grover1837-1908lccn-n88159812Stevenson, Adlai Ewing1835-1914lccn-n80079701McKinley, William1843-1901lccn-no89019451Morrill, Justin Smith1810-1898lccn-n50032468Carnegie, Andrew1835-1919np-breckinridge, william c p$william campbell preston$1837 1904Breckinridge, William C. P.(William Campbell Preston)1837-1904np-mendum, samuel warren$1863Mendum, Samuel Warren1863-Mills, Roger Q.(Roger Quarles)1832-1911Speeches in CongressBiographyUnited StatesTariffFree tradeMills, BillProtectionismCleveland, Grover,Force, Peter,Political scienceFourth of July orationsEconomic historyPresidentsMills, Roger Q.--(Roger Quarles),Political partiesLibrary of CongressLibrariesSilver questionProhibitionStevenson, Adlai E.--(Adlai Ewing),TexasLiquor lawsDebts, PublicTariff on woolCubaSpainEconomic policyElectionsTexas Bar AssociationTexas--CameronBaylor UniversityConnecticutSheppard, Morris,Civil service reformTrial transcriptsDemocratic Party (U.S.)Texas--CorsicanaEnglandKentuckyHarpending, AsburyKentucky--Christian CountyConnally, Tom,Democratic Party (Tex.)CommerceAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)MassachusettsSecessionPoliticiansLegislatorsHogg, James Stephen,Washington (D.C.)University of Texas1832191118601861186918741876187718781879188018821883188418861887188818901891189218931894189518961897190819111929193019453916492336.26E178.M52353ocn005582813book18900.90Both sides of the tariff question, by the world's leading men. With portraits and biographical notices271ocn006797260book18920.90Life of Hon. Grover Cleveland, ex-president, U.S.A. : a full account of his ancestry, boyhood, early struggles, recent political triumphs, marriage, and home life : with a sketch of the life and public services of Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson, ex-first assistant postmaster-general, together with the "Gladstone-Blaine controversy"255ocn016009302book18880.97Mills, Roger QThe tariff : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, April 17, 1888Speeches in Congress243ocn016009212book18940.97Mills, Roger QThe revenue bill ... : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, April 24, 1894Speeches in Congress224ocn016007957book18880.97Mills, Roger QSpeech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, delivered at the Fourth of July celebration of Tammany Hall, held in the Academy of Music, New York City, July 4th, 1888223ocn016009363book18840.97Mills, Roger QThe tariff vs. the farmer ... : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, April 15, 1884Speeches in Congress202ocn016009271book18880.97Mills, Roger QTale of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, fra Texas, i Congressens Repraesentanthus, Lrødag den 21de Juli 1888Speeches in Congress202ocn016009241book18880.97Mills, Roger QTal af Hon. Roger Q. Mills, från Texas, hållet i Representanthuset, lördagen den 21 juli 1888Speeches in Congress202ocn016009332book18940.97Mills, Roger QTariff reform : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, April, 1894Speeches in Congress202ocn016009183book18880.97Mills, Roger QProtection and wages : the benefits of the tariff : by whom enjoyedSpeeches in Congress192ocn016007972book18880.97Mills, Roger QThe tariff free raw materials make low cost of product, low cost of product makes increase of markets, increase of markets makes increased demand for goods, and increased demand for goods makes increased demand for employment, and increased demand for employment makes increase of wages : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the House of Representatives, Saturday, July 21, 1888Speeches in Congress181ocn006769546book19800.84Life of Hon. Grover Cleveland : ... with a sketch of the life and public services of Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson ... ; together with The "Gladstone-Blaine controversy"Biography155ocn674329993book18880.92Reed, Thomas BSpeeches of Hon. Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, on protection, and Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, and Senator Geo. G. Vest, of Missouri, on free trade, also the platforms and candidates of the Democratic, Republican, Prohibition and the Union and United labor parties112ocn263035904com18880.81Mills, Roger QSpeech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the House of Representatives, July 21, 1888102ocn014955300book18860.88Mills, Roger QFree coinage of silver : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, February 3, 1886Speeches in Congress102ocn576944511com18950.96Library of CongressSpecial report of the librarian of Congress to the Joint committee on the Library concerning the historical library of Peter Force, esq42ocn043619295book18870.96Mills, Roger QSpeech of Hon. R.Q. Mills before the united anti-prohibition clubs of Corsicana, Texas, Saturday May 21st, 188731ocn029995800book19081.00Mills, Roger QMills on Prohibition : a warning and a prophecy by the great statesman31ocn025071975book18801.00Mills, Roger QThe funding bill : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the House of Representatives, January 6, 1881Speeches in Congress31ocn026292244book18961.00Mills, Roger QSpanish despotism in Cuba supported by the United States : speech of Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, March 24, 1896Speeches in Congress41ocn016413218book19110.96Proceedings of the Navarro County Bar Association : held at Carnegie Library, Corsicana, Sunday, September 24, 1911 ; in memory of Col. Roger Q. Mills31ocn173265352book18881.00Flynn, JohnTariff facts for the farmer, the workman and the manufacturerArgues against passage of the Mills Tariff Bill introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives by Democratic Texas Congressman Roger Q. Mills in 188811ocn800356340visu18971.00Taylor, Charles JayThe Joshua of our silly senate in his great act of trying to make the sun stand stillPrint shows Edward O. Wolcott as the biblical Joshua riding on a horse labeled "U.S. Senate" at the head of a small infantry comprised of John Sherman, George F. Hoar, George G. Vest, William A. Peffer, David B. Hill, Julius C. Burrows, Thomas H. Carter, William V. Allen, William J. Sewell, John M. Palmer, Roger Q. Mills, Justin S. Morrill, Matthew Quay, and others unidentified, many are carrying spears or bow and arrows; they are chasing the sun labeled "Gold Standard" and descending upon a small community of farms and factories. One man carries a military standard that states "Resolved, that some legislation be had by the U.S. Senate looking to an international conference with the nations of the world for the promotion of Bimetallism. Wolcott's Resolution in Caucus."11ocn310559735mixBiography -- Mills, Roger Q11ocn706074273mix1.00Mills, Roger QuarlesMills, Roger Quarles, PapersHistoryArchivesThe Roger Quarles Mills Papers contain both personal and professional correspondence, political speeches given by Mills and a scrapbook documenting his career in the U.S. Congress11ocn054042341book1.00Is Mr. Mills, of Texas, a free trader or a protectionist? : Let him speak for himself!11ocn051213036art1999Mills, Roger Quarles12ocn002491213book1891Mills, Roger QAddresses on the tariff : delivered before the students of William & Rogers' Rochester business university11ocn054042424book1.00Farmers, How you are now protected. : Which do you want, protection or free trade?11ocn051147037visu18801.0050th Congress Texas DelegationPortraits in ovals of Charles Stewart, William H. Martin, C.B. Kilgore, D.B. Culberson, Silas Hare, Jo Abbott, William H. Crain, John H. Reagan, Richard Coke, L.W. Moore, Roger Q. Mills, Joseph D. Sayers, and Samuel W.J. Lanham11ocn777910339book0.10Mills, Roger Q11ocn748809270mixConnecticutCourt of Common Pleas case recordsBooklets, possibly kept by the court clerk, in which were recorded the proceedings and judgment of various cases heard in the Court of Common Pleas. Most of the cases involved debts, loans or non-payment of funds. Joseph Clark vs. Sullivan Barnes claimed Barnes failed to support his wife. Another case, Samuel E. Chamberlain vs. Alexander Hurbison involved the work of prisoners. There were also cases about cutting off water, trespass, false imprisonment, and a case of habeas corpus. The collection also includes notes and reports of speeches delivered in Congress relating to the tariff, and an essay on government in the United States. The tariff-related items include a report by Roger Q. Mills, Texas Democrat, to the Ways and Means Committee, and a speech by Samuel Jackson Randall11ocn009891014mixWilliams, George FredGeorge Fred Williams papersDedham, Massachusetts schoolteacher, reporter, lawyer and congressman. Six boxes of correspondence and sixteen boxes of newspaper clippings and miscellaneous printed matter relating to Williams' political career as state representative, congressman and Democratic gubernatorial candidate. Subjects discussed or described include: Grover Cleveland, James G. Blaine and the 1884 presidential campaign, the Massachusetts Committee of One Hundred, free coinage of silver, tariff and civil service reform, investigation of Boston's West End Railway Company, and the 1891 speakership contest between Charles F. Crisp and Roger Q. Mills in the House of Representatives11ocn011737216book19301.00Carothers, DurellRoger Q. Mills11ocn013704030mix19451.00Henderson, Wallace WWallace Henderson papersHistoryThese are photostatic copies of Henderson's manuscripts on Christian County history11ocn041495056book19291.00Roberts, MyrtleRoger Quarles Mills11ocn706817443mix1.00Henderson, Thomas StalworthHenderson, Thomas Stalworth, PapersHistoryArchivesConference proceedingsSourcesIncluding correspondence, financial papers, deeds, legal documents, literary productions, notes, photographs, and printed material, the Thomas Stalworth Henderson Papers, 1852-1941, 1967, document Henderson's life and work as a Texas lawyer and legislator, as well as his activities in various organizations, such as the Democratic partyFri Mar 21 15:39:07 EDT 2014batch20123