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Occasional productions, political, diplomatic, and miscellaneous. Including, among others, a glance at the court and government of Louis Philippe and the French revolution of 1848, while the author resided as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary from the United States at Paris, by the late Richard Rush.

Author: Richard Rush; James Murray Rush
Publisher: Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1860.
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Rush, Richard, 1780-1859.
Occasional productions, political, diplomatic, and miscellaneous.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1860
(OCoLC)645870847
Named Person: George Washington; George Washington
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Rush; James Murray Rush
OCLC Number: 444983
Description: xliii, 535 pages frontispiece (portrait) 2 facsimile 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.

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