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Speeches of Gerrit Smith in Congress [1853-1854].

Author: Gerrit Smith
Publisher: New York, Mason Brothers, 1855.
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Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.
Speeches of Gerrit Smith in Congress [1853-1854].
New York, Mason Brothers, 1855
(OCoLC)613206794
Named Person: Gerrit Smith
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gerrit Smith
OCLC Number: 3823870
Description: vi pages, 1 leaf, [9]-423 pages frontispiece (portrait) 20 cm
Contents: Letter to the voters of the counties of Oswego and Madison --
Speech on the reference of the President's message --
Answer to the question of Mr. Wright, of Pennsylvania --
Speech on the resolutions of thanks to Captain Ingraham --
Resolutions on the public lands --
Speech on war --
Speech on the distribution of seeds by government --
Speech on the Homestead bill --
Letter explaining vote on the Homestead bill --
Speech on the bill to aid the territory of Minnesota in constructing a railroad for military, postal, and for other purposes --
Speech on the second deficiency bill --
Temperance --
Speech on the Nebraska bill --
Speech on the Meade claims --
Speech against limiting grants of land to white persons --
Speech on polygamy --
Speech on the Pacific Railroad --
Speech on the abolition of the postal system --
Speech on supplying the city of Washington with water --
Speech on the Mexican Treaty and "Monroe Doctrine" --
Letter announcing his purpose to resign his seat in congress --
Second speech on the Richard W. Meade bill --
Speech for the harbor of Oswego --
Letter to Senator Hamlin on the Reciprocity Treaty --
Speech on postage bill --
Speech in favor of prohibiting all traffic in intoxicating drinks in the city of Washington --
Speech against providing intoxicating drinks for the Navy --
Speech in favor of indemnifying Mr. Riddle and Mr. Peabody --
Speech in favor of custom-houses at Buffalo and Oswego --
Final letter to his constituents --
Letter to Frederick Douglas --
Letter to Hon. H.C. Goodwin.

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