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Benjamin Wade (American politician)
Benjamin Wade (Amerikaans politicus (1800-1878))
Benjamin Wade (amerikansk advokat och politiker)
Benjamin Wade (amerikansk advokat og politikar)
Benjamin Wade (amerikansk advokat og politiker)
Benjamin Wade (amerykański senator)
Benjamin Wade (personnalité politique américaine)
Benjamin Wade (US-amerikanischer Politiker (United States Whig Party))
Wade, B. F.
Wade, Benjamin
Wade, Benjamin F.
Wade, Benjamin Franklin
Wade, Benjamin Franklin Bluff
בנימין וייד
بنجامین وید (سیاست‌مدار و وکیل آمریکایی)
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Schurz, Carl (1829-1906)
Seward, William H. (1801-1872)
Seward, William Henry (1801-1872)
Smith, Truman (1791-1884)
Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
United States. Commission of Inquiry to Santo Domingo
United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War
United States. Congress. Joint committee on the conduct of the war. [from old catalog]
White, Andrew Dickson (1832-1918)
Wilson, Henry (1812-1875)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Admission of Kansas.
B.F. Wade papers
campaign of 1860, comprising the speeches of Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, Henry Wilson, Benjamin F. Wade, Carl Schurz, Charles Sumner, William M. Evarts, &c., The
Dominican Republic
Facts for the people.
How Bull Run battle was lost ; The Ball's Bluff massacre ; Department of the West-- Fremont.
Nebraska question; comprising speeches in the United State Senate by Mr. Douglas, Mr. Chase, Mr. Smith, Mr. Everett, Mr. Wade, Mr. Badger, Mr. Seward and Mr. Sumner, together with the history of the Missouri compromise; Daniel Webster's memorial in regard to it--history of the annexation of Texas--the organization of Oregon territory--and the compromises of 1850., The
Report of the Commission of inquiry to Santo Domingo. -
They "stoop to conquer;" or, the English swindle. Speech of Senator Wade, of Ohio.
Traitors and their sympathizers. Speech of Hon. B. F. Wade, of Ohio, in the Senate of the United States, April 21, 1862.