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Kelley, William D.
Kelley, William Darrah
Kelley, Wm. D.
William D. Kelley (American politician)
William D. Kelley (Amerikaans politicus (1814-1890))
William D. Kelley (amerikansk advokat och politiker)
William D. Kelley (amerikansk advokat og politikar)
William D. Kelley (amerikansk advokat og politiker)
William D. Kelley (politicien américain)
William D. Kelley (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
ویلیام دی. کلی (سیاستمدار و وکیل آمریکایی)
Brown, D. Wolfe
Brown, David Wolfe
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Potts, Benjamin Franklin (1836-1889. [from old catalog])
Stoughton, William Lewis (1827-1888)
United States. Department of the Treasury
Wood, Fernando (1812-1881)
Wright, Elizur (1804-1885)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Acceptance of the Republican nomination for Congress by Hon. William D. Kelley : revised from the "Evening Telegraph" of June 16.
Address delivered at the Colored Dept. of the House of Refuge ... [MI] 1850
address delivered at the Democratic town meeting, An
causes and authors of the financial depression, with passing hints at remedial measures; and French finance., The
Coinage of the United States.
Conversation with Horatio Seymour on the national debt and taxes speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, at Spring Garden Hall, September 8th, 1868
Convertitle currency bonds will give elasticity to our currency
Currency and banking.
dangers and duties of the hour; an address delivered at Concert hall, Philadelphia, March 15, 1866, The
Death of Hon. James Covode.
enforcement of the Fourteenth amendment essential to the prosperity of the South., The
equality of all men before the law claimed and defended;, The
Farmers, mechanics, and laborers protection
Financial mismanagement is costly.
Gold payments are impossible! We must choose between national money and irredeemable bank-notes.
Government of insurrectionary states.
If we would perpetuate the republic we must defend and protect the interests of its laborers.
Interconvertible bonds will preclude the possibility of lock-up of currency.
Judge Kelley on the crisis. The present situation and how it should be met.
Judge Kelley's letter.
Letter of Alexander Cummings in reply to the report of the Van Wyck Committee : presented to Congress
[Letter to Hon. William D. Kelley.
Letters from Europe.
Lincoln and Stanton; a study of the war administration of 1861 and 1862.
Merchantable commodities cannot be standards of value.
Mr. Well's report.
National centennial celebration and exposition.
national prospects, The : the outlook for the country, President Hayes' Southern policy, the financial problem : an interview
New northwest an address
new Northwest:, The
old South and the new a serie of letters, The
practice of justice our only security for the future., The
proposed reciprocity treaty: an address delivered by request of representatives of the leading manufacturing industries of the United States, at the Academy of Music, October 28, 1874., The
Protection of our industry--Development of our resources.
Protective duties benefit farmers by creating a home market for agricultural productions.
protest against the re-imposition of war-taxes., A
Reasons for abandoning the theory of free trade, and adopting the principle of protection to American industry ...
recognition of Hayti and Liberia. Speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, June 3, 1862., The
Remarks of Mr. Hutchins, of Ohio, & Mr. Kelley, of Pa., in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1863, on the bill to organize regiments of persons of African descent.
Reply to Hon. James A. Garfield, of Ohio.
Report of the special commissioner of the revenue.
science based on assumptions, A : a paper in the international review for March, 1882
Should Congress compel American laborers to work for lower wages?
Some reasons for the abolition of the internal-tax system.
South, its resources and wants, The : ... embracing his address to the citizens of New Orleans, address at Montgomery, Ala., and his address to his constituents
Speech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, in the Northrop-Kelley debate.
Speeches, addresses, and letters on industrial and financial questions. To which is added an introduction, together with copious notes and an index.
Wood tariff bill., The