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Charles Sumner (American abolitionist and politician)
Charles Sumner (Amerikaans politicus (1811-1874))
Charles Sumner (amerikansk politikar)
Charles Sumner (amerikansk politiker)
Charles Sumner (US-amerikanischer Staatsmann)
چارلز سومنر (سیاستمدار آمریکایی)
African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Mead, Edwin Doak (1849-1937)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Palmer, Beverly Wilson (1936-)
Seward, William H. (1801-1872)
Seward, William Henry (1801-1872)
Susan B. Anthony Collection (Library of Congress)
United States. Circuit Court (1st Circuit)
Wade, B. F. (1800-1878)
Wade, Benjamin Franklin (1800-1878)
World Peace Foundation
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Addresses on war
Are we a nation? 1867.
Barbarism of slavery speech of hon. charles sumner on the bill for the admission of kansas as a free state in the united states senate, june 4, 1860
best portraits in engraving., The
case of the Florida, 1864:, The
Charles Sumner's explanation in reply to an assault : a speech prepared for the United States Senate, March, 1871.
Crime against kansas speech of hon. charles sumner of massachusetts in the senate of the united states, may 19, 1856
duel between France and Germany, The
Freedom national; slavery sectional
landmark of freedom. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, against the repeal of the Missouri prohibition of slavery north of 36 ̊30 .́ In the Senate, February 21, 1854., The
Letter to colored citizens by Hon. Charles Sumner.
Louisiana law journal, The : devoted to the theory and practice of the law.
Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner. -
memorial of Abraham Lincoln, late president of the United States., A
National affairs at home and abroad. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner at the annual convention of the Republican Party of Massachusetts, held at Worcester, September 22, 1869.
national security and the national faith;, The
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
No compromise of human rights. No admission in the Constitution of inequality of rights, or disfranchisement on account of color.
No property in man.
On the cession of Russian America to the United States. -
Orations and speeches [1845-1850]
Our domestic relations, or, How to treat the Rebel states.
Our foreign relations showing present perils from England and France, the nature and conditions of intervention by mediation, and also by recognition, the impossibility of any recognition of a new power with slavery as a corner-stone, and the wrongful concession of ocean belligerency. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner before the citizens of New York, at the Cooper Institute, Sept. 10, 1863
Parliamentary law on the appointment of special committees of the Senate.
position and duties of the merchant, The : an address before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston on the evening of the 13th of November, 1854
prayer of one hundred thousand, The : speech of Hon. Chas. Sumner on the presentation of the first installment of the emancipation petition of the Women's National League.
presidential election. Greeley or Grant?, The
promises of the Declaration of independence., The
Prophetic voices concerning America. A monograph.
Protection of freedmen: actual condition of the rebel states.
question of caste..., The
Rail-road usurpation of New Jersey.
rebellion:--its origin and main-spring., The
Recent speeches and addresses [1851-1855]
Reform and purity in government ... neutral duties.
Report [and Testimony, Journal, etc.]
Report of the Committee of the Overseers of Harvard College, appointed to visit the Law School in 1849.
Report on the war with Mexico.
Report. To accompany bill S. no. 141
Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of Chancery : from the Year MDCCLXXXIX to DCCCXVII : with a digested index
Republican party; its origin, necessity and permanence., The
Republicanism vs. Grantism.
scholar, the jurist, the artist, the philanthropist, The : an address before the Phi beta kappa society of Harvard university, at their anniversary, August 27, 1846
Security and reconciliation for the future. Propositions and arguments on the reorganization of the rebel states.
slave oligarchy and its usurpations., The
Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the bill to authorize the appointment of diplomatic representatives to the republics of Hayti and Liberia
Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the Johnson-Clarendon treaty for the settlement of claims. Delivered in the U.S. Senate [April 13, 1869] With an appendix.
Speeches of Hon. Chas. Sumner of Massachusetts on his supplementary civil rights bill as an amendment to the civil rights bill in the Senate, Jan. 15, 17, and 31, Feb. 5, and May 21, 1872.
Treatment of prisoners of war.
true grandeur of nations: an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845., The
Union and peace!
Universal emancipation without compensation ...
Validity and necessity of fundamental conditions on states.
Violations of international law and usurpations of war powers.
War powers of Congress. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the House bills for the confiscation of property and the liberation of slaves belonging to rebels
war system of the commonwealth of nations: an address before the American Peace Society, at its anniversary in Boston, May 28th, 1849., The
White slavery in the Barbary States, a lecture before the Boston Mercantile Library Association, Feb. 17, 1847.
Young Charles Sumner and the legacy of the American enlightenment, 1811-1851