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Rush, Richard, 1780-1859.
Occasional productions, political, diplomatic, and miscellaneous.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1860
|Named Person:||George Washington|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Rush; James Murray Rush
|Description:||xliii, 535 p. front. (port.) 2 facsim. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction.--Washington in domestic life.--Washington, LaFayette, and Mr. Bradford.--Character of Mr. Calhoun.--Letter referring to the question of African slavery, and the compromise act of 1850.--Speech at the meeting of the friends of the Constitution and union, held in Philadelphia, November, 1850.--Letter to Mr. Trescot of South Carolina upon public and domestic subjects.--Second letter to Mr. Trescot.--Character of Mr. Canning.--Letter from Paris to Benjamin F. Hallett.--Essays.--Letters to Mrs. Rush, from London.--Correspondence with the secretary of state, Mr. Marcy.--A glance at the court and government of Louis Philippe in 1847-48, and the French revolution of l848.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by his executors, with a copious index.|