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Fri Mar 21 17:06:12 2014 UTClccn-nr940094840.00Message, from the Governor of Illinois, to the General Assembly, at the December session, 18280.721.00Communication from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the Committee to whom was referred the address of Ninian Edwards. May 11, 182414650757Ninian_Edwardsnr 940094843580852Edwards, Mr. (Ninian), 1775-1833lccn-n97071664Edwards, Ninian Wirtedtlccn-n85072341Wirt, William1772-1834lccn-n50028339Washburne, E. B.(Elihu Benjamin)1816-1887edtlccn-n79054681IllinoisGeneral Assemblync-illinois$governor 1809 1818 edwardsIllinoisGovernor (1809-1818 : Edwards)lccn-nr2001031304IllinoisGovernor (1826-1830 : Edwards)nc-united states$17th cong lst sess 1821 1822$senateUnited States17th Cong., lst. sess., 1821-1822Senatelccn-n84054922Crawford, William Harris1772-1834lccn-no2008060088Bakalis, Michael John1938-lccn-n78096864United StatesDepartment of the TreasuryEdwards, Ninian1775-1833HistorySourcesBiographyIllinoisUnited StatesEdwards, Ninian,Political scienceWar of 1812PeaceFrontier and pioneer lifeEdwards, Ninian WirtLegislatorsPublic landsSchool landsEducationInternational relationsGreat BritainGovernorsUnited States--Northwest, OldCrawford, William Harris,Illinois.--Governor (1826-1830 : Edwards)United States.--Department of the TreasuryBank of the United States (1816-1836)Banks and bankingCorruptionOhioEmployees--Corrupt practicesOhio--CincinnatiWhig Party (U.S.)Clayton, John M.--(John Middleton),Dallas, George Mifflin,Buchanan, James,Weed, Thurlow,Webster, Daniel,Bank of EdwardsvilleUnited States.--Post Office DepartmentUnited States.--Supreme CourtEwing, Thomas,Lee, Henry,Sergeant, Thomas,Chase, Salmon P.--(Salmon Portland),Seward, William Henry,Stanton, Edwin McMasters,Atwater, Caleb,Johnson, Richard M.--(Richard Mentor),Eaton, John Henry,Scott, Winfield,Sumner, Charles,Calhoun, John C.--(John Caldwell),Tyler, John,Washington (D.C.)United States.--General Land OfficeRush, Richard,1775183318011804181018121813181418151820182118221823182418261828182918301833183418361870188418871894190019031909192019311966196919751983198419851986198919951999200020131063102145977.3F545ocn86638101648314ocn001360143book18700.63Edwards, Ninian WirtHistory of Illinois, from 1778-1833 : and life and times of Ninian EdwardsHistoryBiographySources1607ocn001748718book18840.73Edwards, NinianThe Edwards papers; being a portion of the collection of the letters, papers, and manuscripts of Ninian EdwardsHistorySources1085ocn015437534book18140.94IllinoisGovernor Edwards's communication to both houses of Illinois legislature, delivered ... the 15th Nov. 1814History793ocn006782527book18700.76Edwards, Ninian WirtHistory of Illinois, from 1778 to 1883 and life and times of Ninian EdwardsHistorySources294ocn001407138book18220.93Edwards, NinianSubstance of the remarks of Mr. Edwards, of Illinois, in the Senate of the United States, on the resolution that "appropriations of Territory for the purposes of Education should be made to those states in whose favor no such appropriations have been made, corresponding in just proportion with those heretofore made to other states in the Union."101ocn191254423book18300.95IllinoisAn address, delivered by Ninian Edwards, governor of the state of Illinois, to both Houses of the Legislature. December 7, 1830. : Printed by order of the Legislature52ocn024873371book18210.47Edwards, NinianSpeech of Mr. Edwards, in the Senate, January 11, 1821 : on the bill for the relief of the purchasers of the public lands52ocn013660149book18241.00United StatesAddress of Ninian Edwards, presented to the House of Representatives by the Speaker, April 19, 1824. April 24, 182452ocn013696235book18240.92United StatesReport of the Select Committee on the address of Ninian Edwards41ocn062600075book18841.00Edwards, NinianThe Edwards papersHistorySources42ocn015800283book18240.96United StatesReport of the Select Committee to whom was referred the address of Ninian Edwards32ocn032704113book18241.00Edwards, NinianAddress of Ninian Edwards21ocn867699374book20130.10Edwards, NinianSubstance of the remarks of mr. edwards, of illinois21ocn060526531book18100.47United StatesJames Madison, President of the United States of America, to all who shall see these presents, greeting :21ocn001533923book18241.00Edwards, NinianAddress presented to the House of Representatives, 18th Congress, 1st Session, by the Speaker, April 19, 1824HistorySources21ocn041471250book1828IllinoisMessage, from the Governor of Illinois, to the General Assembly, at the December session, 182821ocn013485025book19310.10Edwards, NinianSome correspondence of Ninian Edwards11ocn122434141mix18121.00Edwards, NinianHistoryLetter to Charles Scott, Governor of Kentucky. The letter discusses the threat of Indian attack on territorial settlements and efforts of the British to "excite" Indian agression. Edwards also discusses the apparent lack of interest on the part of the Federal government. Written at Elvirado, Ill11ocn697839156mixEdwards, NinianCommission for Robert Lemen as justice of the peace, St. Clair County, Illinois (1811); orders to sheriff to bring three men to court in Madison County, Illinois, in a case involving Edwards (1819); and document in the case of Ninian Edwards and Cyrus Edwards vs. John Gates over damage to some logs belonging to Edwards and Edwards (1831)11ocn633980984book18840.81Edwards, NinianThe Edwards papers : being a portion of the collection of the letters, papers, and manuscripts of Ninian Edwards : presented to the Chicago Historical Society, October 16th, 1883, by his son, Ninian Wirt EdwardsHistorySources202ocn020927688book18840.73Edwards, NinianThe Edwards papers; being a portion of the collection of the letters, papers, and manuscripts of Ninian EdwardsHistorySources203ocn004296003book19660.86Bakalis, Michael JohnNinian Edwards and territorial politics in Illinois : 1775-1818History111ocn010218618book18340.81Peck, John MasonThe death of eminent men a public calamity : a discourse in reference to the decease of the late governor of Illinois, Ninian Edwards, delivered in the court house, Belleville, Illinois, December 22, 1833 : with a sketch of his public life and characterSermons103ocn010600887book19830.81Wixon, Richard LanceNinian Edwards, a founding father of IllinoisHistory62ocn013660165book18241.00United StatesCommunication from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the Committee to whom was referred the address of Ninian Edwards. May 11, 182441ocn035115172book18241.00Report of the select committee to whom was referred the address of Ninian Edwards : May 25, 1824, read and ordered to lie upon the table31ocn083995953book18241.00United StatesReport of the select committee on the address of Ninian Edwards. : June 21, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives22ocn052249240book18281.00Edwards, NinianLetter : Belleville, Ill., to [John] Sloan[e], OhioHistoryAutograph letter signed. Folded letter sheet. Edwards asks Sloane to post some advertisements in his district21ocn122501563mix19661.00McLean, JohnJohn McLean papersHistoryThe papers relate to John McLean's career as an associate judge of the Ohio Supreme Court, commissioner of the U.S. General Land Office, postmaster general, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, and unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for the U.S. presidency in 1856 and 1860. The papers, which include public and political correspondence, legal files, clippings and printed matter, also concern the problems of the U.S. postal service, the growth of Washington, D.C., Ohio and Cincinnati politics, Indian affairs, international relations, the Whig Party, slavery, secession, and national politics21ocn270707601art19691.00Cutler, WayneThe A. B. controversy21ocn047639298book18840.81Edwards, NinianThe Edwards papers : being a portion of the collection of the letters, papers, and manuscripts of Ninian Edwards : presented to the Chicago Historical Society, October 16th, 1883, by his son, Ninian Wirt EdwardsHistorySources11ocn028448037mixCook, JohnPapers1866 copy of Ninian Edwards' 1826 will; 1846 copy of 1836 deed to John Cook concerning Edwards' estate; 1858 certificate to practice law in Illinois; and 1859 captain's commission in the Springfield Greys (Zouaves), 20th Regiment, Illinois Militia11ocn053167532mixEdwards, Ninian WirtApprox. 50 letters pertain to family or land transactions. Two letters from his father asking him to postpone his marriage until he and his son are financially more secure. One letter, 1791, from Levi Todd re: difficulty raising local militia in Kentucky. 1809 letter to Ninian Edwards from D. Olivier re: French Catholics in Illinois Territory. 1866 letter from N.W.E. to Orville H. Browning re: Lincoln's comments on his choice of Davis or Browning for Supreme Court. Seven letters from Albert D. Hager of the Chicago Historical Society re: gift of Edwards' father's papers and one re: death of Isaac N. Arnold11ocn060496865book1900Historical tablecloth : this tablecloth was purchased from the Spanish minister in 1824, by Ninian Edwards, the first territorial and the third state Governor of Illinois11ocn080214078book1824Crawford, William Harris... Answer of the Secretary of the treasury to the address of Ninian Edwards11ocn014118743book1826Blackwell, DavidTo the people of Illinois. The habit of frequently discussing the public characters of men and measures in a free, temperate and fearless manner, is the surest guarantee of your liberty11ocn054229729book18700.63Edwards, Ninian WirtHistory of Illinois, from 1778-1833 : and life and times of Ninian EdwardsHistoryBiographySources11ocn781849682book18840.10Washburne, E. BBiography of Ninian Edwards, first Governor of Illinois Territory, third of the state : as taken from the Edwards papersRecords and correspondence11ocn071063519file1.00McLean, JohnJohn McLean papersHistoryTrials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, legal briefs, financial data, docket book, printed matter, file of reports, opinions, and briefs arranged by case name, and other papers relating to McLean's service as U.S. postmaster general and U.S. Supreme Court justice. Also contains material from his service as commissioner of the U.S. General Land Office. Includes his notes on arguments made before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1830, including cases argued by John MacPherson Berrien, Francis Scott Key, David Bayard Ogden, Roger Brooke Taney, Daniel Webster, and William Wirt. Subjects include the history of Washington, D.C.; Cincinnati, Ohio, Ohio state, and national politics; Indian affairs; international relations; presidential politics; secession; slavery; and the Whig Party. Correspondents include Caleb Atwater, James Buchanan, John C. Calhoun, Salmon P. Chase, John M. Clayton, Thomas Corwin, George Mifflin Dallas, John Henry Eaton, Ninian Edwards, Edward Everett, Thomas Ewing, Duff Green, Isaac Hill, Samuel D. Ingham, Richard M. Johnson, Henry Lee, James Madison, Duncan McArthur, James Monroe, Richard Peters, William C. Rives, Richard Rush, Winfield Scott, Thomas Sergeant, William Henry Seward, Edwin McMasters Stanton, Joseph Story, Charles Sumner, Roger Brooke Taney, John Tyler, Henry Dana Ward, Daniel Webster, Thurlow Weed, and James Whitcomb11ocn311984420map1.00Edwards, Ninian[Ninian Edwards and Thomas Speed collection]MapsRecords and correspondenceFri Mar 21 15:29:14 EDT 2014batch22949