2 edition of Speech of Hon. A. W. Mack on the slavery question found in the catalog.
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Modern Reform Examined: Or, The Union Of North And South On The Subject Of Slavery; Conscience And The Constitution With Remarks On The Recent Speech Of The Hon. Daniel Webster In The Senate Of The United States On The Subject Of Slavery; The War And Slavery: Or, Victory Only Through Emancipation; The Powers Of The Federal Government Over Slavery! Frederick Douglass was an escaped slave who became a prominent activist, author and public speaker. He became a leader in the abolitionist movement, which sought to end the practice of slavery.
On the Senate floor, the following occurred: MR. SUMNER: I hold in my hand, and desire to present, a memorial from the representatives of the Society of Friends in New England, formally adopted at a public meeting, and authenticated by their clerk, in which they ask for the repeal of the Fugitive Slave setting forth their sentiments on the general subject of slavery. Abraham Lincoln (–). Political Debates Between Lincoln and Douglas. Speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln (At Springfield, J ).
The Slave Question. Speech of Hon. T. B. Butler, of Connecticut, in the House of Representatives, Ma Wahington: Congressional Globe. Slavery Sectional. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on His Motion to Repeal the Fugitive Slave Bill, In the Senate of the United States, Aug Washington: Buell and. Speeches of Hon. John C. Calhoun and Hon. Daniel Webster on the subject of slavery in the Senate of the United States, March, by: Calhoun, John C. Published: () Speeches of Hon. John C. Calhoun, and Hon. Daniel Webster on the subject of slavery Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March,
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Get this from a library. Speech of Hon. A.W. Mack, on the slavery question in the state Senate, Janu [Alonzo W Mack]. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: [from old catalog] Alonzo W. Mack.
Get this from a library. Speech of Hon. F.W. Bowdon, of Alabama, on the slavery question: delivered in the House of Representatives, Saturday, Janu [F W Bowdon; United States. Congress. House.; Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)]. Get this from a library.
Speech of Hon. W.H. Kelsey, of New York, on the slavery question: delivered in the House of Representatives, J [W H Kelsey]. Get this from a library. Speech of Hon. R.W. Johnson, of Arkansas, on the slavery question: delivered in the House of Representatives, June 7, [Robert Ward Johnson; United States.
Congress. House.; Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)]. Slavery -- United States Speeches in Congress Publisher Washington, s.n. Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English.
Speech of Hon. George W. Julian, of Indiana, on the slavery question, delivered in the House of Representatives, by Julian, George Washington, Speech of Hon.
Mack on the Slavery Question in the State Senate. (Springfield: Baker and Phillips, ). Published speech of Illinois State Senator Alonzo W. Mack of Kankakee County, urging "the complete destruction of the military power of the rebel government" and "the complete abolition of the system of domestic slavery," delivered in.
Speech Of Horace Mann, Of Massachusetts On The Subject Of Slavery In The Territories, And The Consequences Of A Dissolution Of The Union; Speech Of Hon. Collamer, Of Vermont, On Slavery In The Territories; Speech Of Hon. Francis W. Kellogg, Of Michigan, In.
The House Divided Speech was an address given by Abraham Lincoln, later President of the United States, on Jat what was then the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, after he had accepted the Illinois Republican Party's nomination as that state's US nomination of Lincoln was the final item of business at the convention, which then broke for dinner, meeting again at.
Kersch’s book on freedom of speech in the First Amendment includes a short but illuminating section on speech suppression by slave states in the years leading up to the Civil War. Kersch argues that the desire to suppress the slavery question on both sides of that conflict undermined a growing tendency toward a more “latitudinarian” or.
Get this from a library. Speech of Hon. R.W. Roberts, of Mississippi, on the slavery question and Mexican War, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 4, [Robert W Roberts]. Excerpt from Speech of the Hon.
James R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, on the Bill to Organize the Territory of Arizuma: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Decem Mr.
Benjamin. Will the Senator be good enough to give us his authority for that last assertion I should like to examine Rating: % positive. Speech of Hon. W.R.W. Cobb, of Alabama, on the slavery question, delivered in the House of Representatives, June 3, [Cobb, Williamson Robert Winfield] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Speech of Hon. W.R.W. Cobb, of Alabama, on the slavery question, delivered in the House of Representatives, June 3, Author: Williamson Robert Winfield Cobb.
and Speeches, Before, During, and Since the War (Philadelphia, ), pp. – At half past seven o’clock on Thursday evening, the largest audience ever assembled at the Athenaeum was in the house, waiting most impatiently for the appearance of the orator of the evening, Hon.
Stephens, Vice-President of the Confederate. Speeches of Hon. William H. Seward and Hon. Lewis Cass on the subject of slavery by: Seward, William Henry, Published: () Speech of Mr. John A. King, of New York, on the admission of California delivered in the House of Representatives, June 4, by: King, John Alsop, Friends of the slave, the question is not whether by our efforts we can abolish slavery, speedily or remotely for duty is ours, the result is with God; but whether we will go with the multitude to do evil, sell our birthright for a mess of pottage, cease to cry aloud and spare not, and remain in Babylon when the command of God is "Come out of.
Among speeches denouncing slavery, perhaps the most effective ever delivered is Frederick Douglass’s “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” MY DEAR SIR: Months ago I should have acknowledged the receipt of your book and Speech to the th Ohio Regiment.
Hon. Henry W Hoffman My dear Sir: A convention of Maryland has framed. The irrepressible conflict: a speech by William H. Seward (Octo ) -- Negro slavery not unjust: a speech by Charles O'Conor (Decem ) -- The real question stated: letter from Charles O'Connor to a committee of merchants (Decem ) -- Conflicting authorities -- Freedom and the Union: speech of William H.
Seward in. The slave question. Speech of Hon. Bissell, of Illinois, in the House of Representatives, Februin committee of the whole on the state of the Union, on the resolutions referring the president's annual message to the appropriate standing committees.
by: Bissell, William H. Published: (). Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Penn., on the Presidential Question; and the Slavery Issue: Delivered in the House of Representatives, August 12 Washington, DC: Congressional Globe Office, Gilbert, Olive.
Narrative of Sojourner Truth: A Northern Slave, Emancipated from Bodily Servitude by the State of New York, in New York.The slave question: speech of Hon. Graham N. Fitch of Indiana in the House of Representatives, Februin Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, on the resolutions referring the President's message to the various standing committees.Speech of Hon.
Abraham Lincoln a fair chance upon that slavery question, still, if there had been a fair submission to a vote upon that main question, the President’s proposition would have been true to the utmost. Hence, when hereafter I speak of popular sovereignty, I wish to be understood as applying what I say to the question of.