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Badger, G. E.
Badger, George
Badger, George E.
Badger, George Edmund
George E. Badger (amerikai szenátor)
George Edmund Badger (American secretary of the navy and senator for North Carolina)
George Edmund Badger (Amerikaans politicus (1795-1866))
George Edmund Badger (politicien américain)
George Edmund Badger (politico statunitense)
George Edmund Badger (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
جرج ای. بجر (قاضی، وکیل، و سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی)
ジョージ・バジャー
Dates: 
1795-1866
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North Carolina. Supreme Court
Redfield, J. S., New York, pub
Smith, Truman (1791-1884)
Stanly, Edward (1810-1872)
Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Dialectic Society
University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Philanthropic Society
Wade, B. F. (1800-1878)
Wade, Benjamin Franklin (1800-1878)
Titles: 
American steam navigation;
Badger, George Edmund, 1795-1866. Address delivered before the Philanthropic and Dialectic Societies, at Chapel Hill, N.C., June 26, 1833, 1833:
Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina, from December term, 1826, to June term, [1834]
George Edmund Badger correspondence
Letter from Hon. Edward Stanly, military governor of North Carolina, to Col. Henry A. Gilliam :
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
Speech delivered at the great Whig meeting, in the county of Granville, on Tuesday, the third day of March, 1840, by George E. Badger, esq.
Speech of Mr. George Badger, of North Carolina, on the ten regiment bill. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Jan. 18, 1848.
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