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against him made by Gen. Andrew Jackson, touching the last Presidential Election.
Washington, 1827, p. 61. Scarce ........................................................ 50

148 - Do., Do. New Brunswick, 1828, p. 56 ..................................................... 50

149 - Supplement to the Address, etc. Exhibiting Further Evidence, etc. Washington,

1828, p. 22 .............................................................................. 25

150 - Speech at Public Dinner, ' at Fowler's Garden, near Lexington, Ky., May 16,

1829. Accompanied with Introductory Remarks by Citizen of Va. Richmond, 1829.

p. 34 .................................................................................... 25

151 - Speech at Lexington, June 9, 1842, with Address of Chief Justice Robertson, also Clay's

Farewell Speech in U. S. Senate, p. 18. d. c. N. Y. Ed ............................... 25

152 - Speech, June 27, 1840, at Public Dinner, at Taylorsville, Va. p. 11 ....................... 20

153 - Thos. H. Benton and Alex'd'r Barrow. Letters on Annexation of Texas. 1844. p. 16. . . 25

154 Clayton, John M. Speech at Delaware Whig Convention. Wilmington, June 15, 1844.

p. 12, d. c ............................................................................... 20

155 (Clement, Samuel.) Truth is No Slander ; therefore Read ! Enquire ! Reflect ! Natchez,

1827. p. 72., uncut .................................................................... 2,50

f3F Violent attack upon Gen. Jackson. Gives an interesting account of the Battle of
New Orleans, Also of Political Fight between Adams and Jackson,



No. 86 Nassau Street, New York. ?

156 Clinton. i>e\\ in. speeches of Governor < imton before the Legislature of New

t ween the years 1817 and V.. 1HS8. p. 78 76

157 Clinton. Henry L. Grantism i> re Y. M. Democratic Clob of

net. 17. isTrt. p. 40 . *>

i;,s canton Henry L. sp-.-ch, civn - , r m, before Y. M. Democratic

net. '.'. lsT;. p. 87

159 Clinton. Henry L. Letters, contrasting K\pe uses of Democratic City Government of N. Y.

for 1ST! and IsTs. ur.dn- Mn\or |-;i\ :,i,d < omptroller Kelly, 'with Kxpmses under
Mayor Havemeyer and Comptroller (Jreen m l^7. ->Ts. p. 1

160 Clifford, Nathan, (Justi.,., i;, marks m tin- ( nnsultati..iiKof the Electoral CommlMlon, res-

pet ting the Electoral Votes of Florida. IsTT. p :v.'

161 Cobden, Kichard. Speech on the Foreign Enlistment Act. April 24, 1868. London. 8d Ed.

p. 25

182 Cochrane, John. Admission of Kansas under the Lecompton Constitution. Speech at Tam-
many Hall. March, Isr.s. p. r,

163 (COLBMAN, WILLIAM.) APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE, being REVIEW OK LATE COKKEHPONDENCB

and DOCUMENTS, relating to REJECTION of HKITISM MINISTKR, Including an EXAMINA-
TION of the " Arrangement " of April last. By Kditm ../ \ .,
1810. p. l'JI5. $<-<icre I.IH

164 Colt, J. B. First, Second and Third Part of Work on Government. Hartford, 1870. p. 72.. 60

Part II Comprises a Poem, Hengist, Republicus, Democratiens.

165 Coltou, Calvin. The .Junius Tracts. Consisting of : No. 1. The Test. No. II. Currency.

No. III. Tariff. No. IV. Life of Henry Clay. No. V. Political Abolition. NO. Y'I.
Democracy. No. VII. Labor and Capital. No. Vlll. Public Lands. No. IX. Annex-
ation of Texas. No. X. Tariff Triumphant. N. Y. 1844. p. 152 50

166 Conger, A. B. The Electoral Count of 1877, tested by rules of Common Law and Constitu-

tional Jurisprudence. N. Y., 1877. p. 32 28

167 Conkling, Roscoe. Presidential Battle of 1872. Grant and his Defamers: Deeds against

Words. Speech. N. Y., July, 1872. (Buffalo Ed.) p. 31, d. c 15

168 (Another Ed.) p. 48

169 Conkling, Roscoe. National and State Politics of 1871 Reviewed. Speech. Albany, Oct. 11,

1871. p.30 20

170 Conkling, Roscoe. True Reform Party. Speech at Tweedle Hall. Albany, Oct. 18, 1875.

p. 27 15

171 Issues of the Day. Speech at Utica. Oct. 3, 1876. p. 16 15

172 Congress and the President. Political Problem of 1866. Speech at Utica, Sept. 13, 1866.

p. 31 20

173 Connell, John. Letter to People of U. S., upon establishing an Annual National Jubilee, to

Commemorate the Adoption of the Constitution of the U. S. Wilmington, Del., 1854,

p. 8 15

174 Another Ed., 1856. p. 14 20

175 Cook, Gustave. Address at Houston, Texas, Aug., 1S73, and July, 1875. p. 35 20

176 Cooley, Jas. E. Speech in N. Y. Senate, June 2, 1853, in vindication of his Position, from

Assaults of the Free Soil and Buffalo Renegades of 1848. p. 16, d. c. (Portion of
speech cut out.) 15

177 Cooley, James E. Review of Administration of General Pierce. Anti-Nebraska, Anti-

Rum Platform, etc. Speech. Nov. 4, 1864. Patchogue, L. I., p. 22 25

178 Cooper, James, (of Pa.) Speech, in Ho. of Rep. Pa., on his Resolutions, for the Relief of

the State. 1844, p. 29 20

179 Cooper, Peter. Open Letter to Republicans and Democratic Candidates for Presidency.

(1876), p. 8, d.c

180 Corey, Jacob Augustus. To the Voters in Sturbrldge, Worcester Co., Mass. Aug. 1872, p.

26 20

181 Cowdin, Elliot C. Presidential Issues, and its Effect upon the Business and Prosperity of

the Country. Speech. N. Y., Oct., 1868, p. 19 20

182 Cox, S. S. Speeches in Maine, Pennsylvania and New York, during the Campaign of 1868.

p. 47, d.c 25

183 Cox, Samuel S. De Jure and De Facto. Long Talk at Tammany Hall, July 4, 1877. p. 54. . 25

184 Crane, John H. The Washington Ring. Review of Investigation into Affairs of District of

Columbia, Showing up the Duplicity of the Whitewashes. 1872, p. 23 25

185 Cross, Nelson. The Modern flysses, LL.D. His Political Record. N. Y., 1872, p. 182 60

186 Crowe, C. C. Address delivered at Selma., Ala., June 23, 1869, on the Issues of the Day,

p. 31 *0

187 Craven, E. R. Religious Defect in Constitution of the U. 8., (1868,) p. 7

188 Cummings, J. W., (D.D.) Social Reform. Lecture. Boston, 1853, p. 20 SO

189 Cuny, Phil. M. Letter to Judge Watrous, m Reply to Aspersions cast upon the Writer,

the Legislature, and People of Texas, in his Answer to Mussina's Memorial for

his Impeachment. Austin, 1858, p. 17, d.c '^5

190 (Curtis, Geo. T.) Merits of Thomas W. Dorr and George Bancroft, as they are Politically

Connected. By Citizen of Mass. 2d Ed. Boston, 1844, p. 41. (Not a fine Copy.) .... 25

191 Speech on Presidential Election, delivered in Faneuil Hall at a Meeting of Friends of

Webster. Oct. 6, 1852. Boston, p. 16

182 Strength of the Constitution, Discourse. Boston, Feb. 7, 1850, p. 39 26

1113 Curtis, George Wm. Duty of the American Scholar to the Politics and the rimes.

Oration, Aug. 3, 1856, before Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. p. 46 25

194 (Cushing, Caleb.) Replj to the Letter of J. Fenimore Cooper. By One of His Countrymen.

Boston, 1834, p. 76

t&~"Hon. Isevi Lincoln, with respects of C. Cu*h //<.</."

195 Cushing, Caleb. Speeches in Mass. House of Rep., on Currency and Public Dep<>~

Salem, 1834. p. 31 *

196 To My Constituents. Washington, Sent., 1841, p. 12

197 Right of Belligerents to an Asvlum in Torts of r. s. Boston, ls.->5, p. 11................. 85

198 Cutter; Bloodgood H. (Lon<j Inland Farmer Poet.) "H. G,"at Chappaqua. An Epic. N. Y.,

1872, p. 31 15



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199 (DAGGETT, DAVID, Judge.) COUNT THE COST. ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF CONNECTICUT
ON SUNDRY POLITICAL SUBJECTS, ami PARTICULARLY ON THE PROPOSITION FOR A
NEW CONSTITUTION. BY JONATHAN STEADFAST. HARTFORD, 1804, p. 21, '2. Uncut.

Scarce 50

ff^"See Trumbull's (J. Hammond) Historical Notes on Conxtitntinu,* of Conn. Also,
" Facts are Stubborn Things:' Backus' " Dissertation." Dwight's Oration before Soc.
of Cincinnati.

200 ARGUMENT before General Assembly of CONNECTICUT, OCT. 1804, in the Case of Certain

Justices of the Peace. To which is Prefixed BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF
THE ASSEMBLY. NEW HAVEN, PRINTED BY OLIVER STEELE & Co., 1804, p. 30. Uncut.
Scarce 1-00

201 STEADY HABITS VINDICATED, or SERIOUS KEMONSTRANCE to the PEOPLE OF CONNECTICUT

AGAINST CHANGING THEIR GOVERNMENT. BY FRIEND TO THE PUBLIC WELFARE.
HARTFORD, 1805, p. 20. Uncut. Scarce 75

202 (Dainese, F.) History of Mr. Seward's Pet in Egypt, p. 91. (Washington, 1866.) 25

203 (Dallas, Alexander J.) Exposition of Causes and Character of the Late War between the

' United States and Great Britain. Philadelphia, 1815, p. 82 50

204 ( ) Do. do. Middlebury, Vt. Printed and Published by William Slade, Jr.,

July 4, 1815, p. 59 50

205 ( ) Do. do. (Boston Ed.), p. 47. (No Title Page) 25

206 Davenport, John I. Shall the Opportunity for Election Frauds be longer Afforded ? p. 7.

(Albany, 1869.) 15

207 Davis, Garrett. Speech on Present Condition of Our Country, its Constitution, Government

and Laws. Louisville, Ky., Oct., 1871, p. 63 25

208 Dawes, Henry L. Mode of Procedure in Cases of Contested Elections. N. Y., 1869, p. 13. . 20

209 Denis, Alexander. "Tammany Hall," and other Poems. N. Y., 1847, p. 46 25

210 Derby, John Barton. Political Reminiscences, including Sketch of the Origin and History

of the " Statesman Party," of Boston. Boston, 1835,'p. 172 1 50

CTSThe Two Parts, complete, as originally published, are very scarce.

211 Deshler, Charles D. "The Great American Middle Class." Address before Order of United

Americans of Newark, N. J. Feb. 22, 1855, p 33 25

212 Dessar, Leo C. Speech on Gov. Tilden's Message touching Frauds of the Canal Ring. In

N. Y. Assembly, March 25, 1875, p. 7

213 Dickerson, W. R. Letters of Junius; exposing to the Public, for their benefit, the mal-

practices in Administration of the Law, Corruption in the Offices in the State House
Row, in the County of Philadelphia, the Extortions practiced by the Public Officers,
etc. Philadelphia, 1848, p. 48 25

214 Do. do. 2d Ed. 1850, p. 48 25

215 Dickins, Asbury. Claims of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency Examined at the Bar of

Christianity. Philadelphia, 1800, p. 54 50

216 Dinsmore, Samuel P. Suggestions touching the Municipal Government of New York.

(1 60.) p.23 25

217 Dix, John A. Speech at Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N. Y., July 26, 1852; and

Genl. Scott's Political Letters, p. 8, d.c 20

218 Social and Political Evils. Lecture. Jan. 3, 1876, N. Y., p. 20 25

219 Dix, Wm. Giles. National Constitution; the only Road to National Peace. Boston, 1875.

p. 33 '20

220 Dixon, William and James Dickson, Petition to Congress Praying the Remission of For-

feiture. Augusta, Ga., 1825, p. 22 25

t^~Claims growing out of Seizure of Ships, 1812.

221 Doheny, Michael Democratic S eech at Newburgh. (1852), p. 8, d. c

222 Principle, Progress, Tendency, etc. of Democracy. Lecture Dec. 22, 1852, before the

Y.M. Democratic Club. N. Y., p. 26 25

223 Dorr, James A. Justice to the South! Address, Oct 8, 1856. N. Y., p. 12 20

224 Douglas, Stephen A. Speeches on the Measures of Adjustment passed by Congress, de-

livered in City Hall, Chicago, Oct. 23, 1850, and On Bill to Refund Fine to Jackson,

etc. N. Y., 1851, p. 31, 8 25

525 Speeches at Democratic Festival, Jan. 8, 1852, and at Congressional Banquet to

Kossuth, Jan. 7, 1852, Washington 15

226 River and Harbor Improvements. Letter to Gov. Matteson of Illinois. 1854, p. 8 15

227 Speech on " Measures of Adjustment." Chicago, Oct. 23, 1850, p. 16 15

228 Doyle, John T. The Oregon Election. Effect of Majority of Votes Cast for Candidate Con-

stitutionally disqualified. San Francisco, 1876, p. 28 25

229 (Duane, William.) Politics for American Farmers; being Series of Tracts, exhibiting the

Blessings of Free Government, etc. Washington, 1807, p. 95 50

230 (Duane, Wm.) Shones and the Bones. (Poem.) (Phila., 1861), p. 7 20

231 DUANE, WM. J. LETTERS ADDRESSED TO THE PEOPLE OE THE UNITED STATES, IN VINDICA-

TION OF HIS CONDUCT. 1834. p. 70 2.50

(^"Removed from Office of Secy, of Treasury by Jackson for refusing to Remove
Public Deposits from Bk. of U. S. An Excessively Scarce Pamphlet. Only about 250
copies were printed for circulation among his friends.

232 Duer, John. Evils ; Social, Moral and Political, That flow from our Party Divisions, and

Prevalence of Party Spirit. Lecture, N. Y. 1847. p. 28 23

233 Dunn, Ballard S. How to Solve the Mormon Problem. N. Y. (1877.) p. 30 20

234 DWIGHT, THEODORE. ORATION Delivered at New Haven, July 7, 1801. BEFORE THE SOCIETY

OF THE CINCINNATI FOR STATE OF CONNECTICUT, p. 43. Hartford, 1801. Uncut.
Very Scarce 1 .00

235 D wight, Theodore W. Trial by Impeachment. 1867. p. 27 25

236 Eaton, Dorman B. (LL.D.) Should Judges be Elected? or the Experiment of an Elective

Judiciary in New York. 1873. p. 92 50

237 Experiment of Civil Service Reform in U. S. ; its Methods, its Effects, and the Excuses

and Responsibility for its Abandonment. Paper Read at Detroit, May, 1875. p. 37. . . 25

238 Municipal Government. Cambridge. Riverside Press, 1876. p. 35 25

239 The Cincinnati Convention. Conditions Upon Which the Republicans can Elect a Pre-
sident. Letter to John D. Lawsou, N. Y., June 1, 1876. p. 46 25



No. 86 Nassau Street, New York.

.MM Kdmon.K .i. \v. Ju<J -iiii.tM.n of tho Union. Utter to B. D. Morgan, U. 8. 8.

from '

841 Edwards Jonathan, (D.D.). (Phila.) To tlir Voting ntl/oim of the I 6 . 15

.Alfred r.. ol Mas*,) .Mii.-ri.-an Liberty, tto 8onrcea,A< -r of

United Americans, al \<\\\\\.v<-\,.->>t.

241! Kvcivtt, Alrxnii.l.T ii al S;il, -in. ,] , .,. in .-.IIIMI-IIIM uTmn of \ |.

NI-\V < n-iran-. ito-ion. IBM. i'. ;:



sity, (Vt.) Aug. 20, 1840. Washington, 1845. p. 16, d. c.
Flanders, Henry. Observations on Hfconsti



244 (Farrell, R. K.) N IIoiu-*t\ the KeM |',,n,-\ J pen .<tu Kraud. Sees

Removei a con.-ni for Declining to. \iiow SpaniHh'Merchanto to D. -fraud our Kevrnue.

our Matchh^s civil Sen 90

M5 FAOOnr. JoSBPH. (Rx-Mlnlster 01 I'lillu.) SKKTI-H of the iTBofoiir

POLITICAL I;KI. \im\s with tin- r,,,t,-<t st,ttr*, Translated i,\- tin- Kditor of the Aurora.

I'nii.vuKi i-iiiA. PBINTBD BY BBNJ. FRANKLIN BACHB, 1797. p. :M. Searoe. 60

jn; Fessenden, W. r. Opinion on Impeachment of Andrew JohnBoa. May, ISCH. p. 17 ... so
247 Field. David Dudley. The Klcctoral Votes ,,r is7ti; Who Should Count Them, What Should

be Counted, and the Remedy for a Wrong Count. N. Y.. 1878. p. 82, i 86

.'!-> Field, Stephen J. (Justice.) Remarks m Ki.-.-torai Commission on the Florida Case, 1

1877. p. 28 85

849 Do. do. p. 17

850 Do. do. on the Oregon Case, Feb. 1877. p. 7. ... 15

251 Kisher, J. Francis. Degradation of our Representative System, and its Reform. Phila.

1863. p. 57 85

252 Reform In Our Municipal Elections. Plan Suggested to Tax-payers of Phila. and New

York. Phila. 1866. p.40 35

253 Fisk, Theophilus, (Editor New Haven Examiner.) The Nation's Bulwark. ORATION ON

FKKKDOM OE THE PRESS, Delivered in the Court House in Danbury, Conn., Dec. 5,
1832, 071 the Liberation of P^ T. Jianm,,,. 7->y., Editor of Herald of Freedom, from Im-
prixonment , for an A //<// LH i. To t> liich is ajtpended an account of the proceedings on

tltut 0,-,-itHii'ii. New Haven, (1832.) p. 16. Scaw '. 1.00

254 Our Country; Its Dangers and Destiny. Address Before Cadets of Norwich Univer-

255

256 Floyd, Ben j. Rush. Speech Before State Convention of Va. on Basis of "Representation.

Mch. 28. 1851 . p. 28 20

257 Foard, John F. (M. D.) North America and Africa: Their Past, Present and Future, l

Ed. Raleigh, 1877. p. 41 20

258 Foot, Samuel A. (Judge.) Reasons for Joining the Republican Party, and Accepting Re-

pub. Nomination. (Geneva, Oct., ls55.) p. 7 15

259 Forney, J.>hn W. Address on Religious Intolerance and Political Proscription, at Lancas-

ter, Pa., Sept. 24, 1855, p. 5 1 85

-260 Frelinghuysen, Fred'k T. Some of the Speeches of, in Senate of U. S. during First Session

of 44th Congress, p. 39. (1876) 85

261 French, Richard. Letter to his Fellow Citizens of Ninth Congressional Dist. of Ky., p. 8.

(1S45) 15

262 GALLATIN, ALBERT. SPEECH in Ho. of Rep. of Pennsylvania, TOUCHING the VALIDITY of

the ELECTIONS in the FOUR WKSTEKN COUNTIES of the STATE, Oct. 14, 1794. With .\j>-

pendix, containing Sumln/ Dn,-n ///-, //.s ,-,-littii;- t<> the WESTERN INSURRECTION. PHILA-
DELPHIA : Printed by William W, Wo'hranl, 1795, p. 66. Scarce 1 .00

263 Letters on the Oregon Question, Jan., 1S46. Washington, p. 30 25

'24 The Oregon Question. N. Y., 1846, p. 75 35

265 Peace with Mexico. N. Y., s. a., p. 34 80

266 N. Y., 1847, p. 34 and 1 p. Notes 80

267 N. Y., 1847, p. 16, d. c. and 1 p. notes 15

26S N. Y., 1847, p. 16, d. c 15

29 War Expenses. N. Y., 1848, p. 22

270 Expenses of the War. p. 16 15

271 Gardner, Daniel. Treatise on Representative Government, and its Probable Durability.

Read before Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Union College. N. Y., 1837, p. 24 25

272 Garfield, James A. Review of Transactions of Credit Mobilier Company. Washington,

1880, p. 24 IS

273 Garland, Hugh A. Address before Democratic Convention at New Brunswick. N. Y.,

Oct. 8, 1840, p. 16 80

274 Garrison, William Lloyd, Wendell Phillips, and James G. Elaine, and other valuable read-

ing matter, for Presidential Election of 1878. Concord, (N. H.), 1872, p. 16, d. c 15

275 Gayarre, Charles. Address to People of State on Late Frauds at Election. Nov. 7, 1853, in

New Orleans, p. 16 20

276 Gibbons, Charles. Speech. Phila., Oct. 5, 1860, in Reply to W. B. Reed's Speech, Sept. 4,

1860, on the Presidential Question, p. 30 ... 20

277 Charges against Collector of Port of Phila. Reply to Argument of David Paul

Brown, with Appendix containing Statement of Hon. James Cooper, in answer to
Narrative of W. D. Lewis. (1851), p. 96 50

278 Gilbert, Garrit. Address at Meeting of Electors of N. Y. City, (Ninth Ward) Friendly to

General Jackson. Convened for the purpose of Celebrating Battle of Ne w Orleai.

279 Classic, D.'w! Tlie President of the Viiited states to Count the Electoral Vote. Washing-

ton, 1877, p. :>.") *

280 Glentworth, James B. Statement of the Frauds on the Elective Franchise in N. Y. City, in

the Fall of 1838 and Spring of 1839. p. 79. Scarce l."

281 another Ed p 72 "*$

282 Goddard, William G. Address to People of Rhode Island delivered m Newport, May 3,

IM::. on OeraMon of the Chan:/, in Civil Government. Providence, IM.I. p. * M

283 Godwin. 1'arke. Real Issues ol the c,in\a*; or. Need of New Men and New Men-

Address. N. v.. Oct., is7i;. p. :;-J "

284 Goode, W. O. To the People of Fourth Congressional District of Virginia, p. 4. (1859). ..



10 E. P. Boon,

285 Goodell, William. Bights and Wrongs of Rhode Island ; comprising Views of Liberty and
Law, oi Religion and Rights, as Exhibited in the Recent and Existing Difficulties in
that State. Press of the Oneida Institute. Whitesboro, N. Y., 1842, p. 120. Rather

uncommon 50

Dorr Rebellion.'



286 Goodwin, William. Statistics of State Officers, Senate and House of Rep. of Connecticut.
Comprising Names, Residence, Age, Birth-Place, Occupation, Married or Single, and
Politics of each Member. New Haven, 1850-1869 1.50



12 Documents, viz. : May Sessions, 1850, '51, '52, '55, '56, '57, '61, '62, '63, '64, '68, '69.
28T Gordon, John M. (of Va.) Southern Rights and Northern Wrongs ; and Letters to several

Persons, on various Subj ects. Norfolk, Va., 1872. p. 69 25

288 Gouverneur, Samuel L. Oration, Nov. 26. 1830, before Citizens of New York, in Commem-

oration of Revolution in France. 1830. p. 21 25

289 Gover, William C. The Tammany Hall Democracy of City of New York and the General

Committee for 1875, being History of, from 1834 to 1875, with Personal Sketches of the
Prominent Men in Tammany Hall, etc., etc. p. 176 50

290 GRANGER, GIDEON. VINDICATION OF THE MEASURES OF THE PRESENT ADMIN-

ISTRATION. WASHINGTON: PRINTED BY SAMUEL H. SMITH, 1803. p. 20, d. c 50

291 Do. Do. Trenton, 1803. p. 16, d. c 50

292 Address to People of New England, December 15, 1808. Washington, 1808. p. 38. 1

(Poor copy.) 25

293 Do. do. Albany, 1809. p. 32. (Title Impft.) 25

294 Do. do. Pittsfleld, Mass. p. 24 25

295 Do. do. (8.1., 8. a.) p.36 25

&&~ All of these Pamphlets written under the Pseudonym of Algernon Sidney.
296 Reasons for Voting against the Grant to Governor Tompkins. (Albany, 1820. p. 12 25

297 Grant, U. S. Speeches of, being Extracts from his Letters, Speeches, Orders, Military and

StatePapers. Washington, 1868. p. 16 20

298 Greeley, Horace. Why I am a Whig. Reply to an Inquiring Friend, p. 16 25

299 Greely, Horace. Letters from Texas and Lower Mississippi, and his Address to Farmers of

Texas, and Speech on his Return to New Yorte, June 12, 1871. p. 56 25

300 Greeley, Horace. Letter to a Politician, (Samuel J. Tilden). Brooklyn, N. Y. Privately

Printed, 1877. p. 9 25

301 Green, Andrew H. Three Years' Struggle with Municipal Misrule. Report to Board of

Aldermen of N. Y., Feb. 18, 1875. p. 81 25

302 Green, Andrew H. Reply, on being tendered Nomination for Mayor of N. Y. City, Oct. 12,

1876. p. 8

303 Green, Thomas J. (Gen.) Reply to Speech of General Sam. Houston, in U. S. Senate, Aug.

1,1854. p.67. Scarce 50

304 Greene, Nathaniel. (Editor Boston Statesman.) Reply to Letter published by Henry Orno.

Boston, 1829. p. 39 66

305 Greene, William B. Sovereignty of the People. Boston, 1868. p. 35 25

306 Hain, Augustus H. F. Brief Essay on the Civil Service of the U. S. Washington, 1869. p. 8

307 Haines, Charles G. Appeal to the People of New York, on Expediency of Abolishing the

Council of Appointment. New York, 1819. p. 83. Scarce 50

308 Hale, Charles. " Our Houses are pur Castles." Review of the proceedings of the Nunnery

Committee of the Mass. Legislature. Boston, 1855. p. 62 50

309 Hale, Edward Everett. Puritan Politics in England and New England. Boston, 1869. p. 22. 25

310 Hall, A. Oakey. Horace Greeley decently Dissected, in Letter to Joseph Hoxie. Repub-

lished, (with an Alphabet of Notes). N. Y., 1862. p 38 25

311 Hall, A. Oakey. The City does not Poll her full Vote. Remarks before Tammany General

Committee, Oct. 10, 1870. p. 11 15

312 Hall, William M. Bribery and Piracy. The Gallows Cheated. Wilful and Malicious Loss

of the S. S. Shooting Star. One Chapter in the Boston Ring of Rascality at New Or-
leans. 1870. p. 57. Scarce 50

313 Hall, Willis. Address, Aug. 14th, 1844, before Phi Beta Kappa of Yale College, p. 32 25

314 Halsted Murat. History of the National Political Conventions of the Current Presidential

Campaign : being Complete Record of the Business of All the Conventions, with
Sketches of Distinguished Men in Attendance upon them. Columbus, 1860. 8vo.:
cloth, p. 232 1.00

315 HAMILTON, ALEXANDER. SPEECH in the GREAT CAUSE of the PEOPLE against HARRY CROS-

WELL, ON AN INDICTMENT FOR LIBEL ON THOMAS JEFFERSON, NEW YORK, 1804, p.

78. Uncut. Very scarce 2.00

tts^Contains also Speeches in Full of Van Ness, Caines and Harrison.

316 LETTER Concerning PUBLIC CONDUCT AND CHARACTER of JOHN ADAMS, PRESIDENT

OF THE U. S. NEW YORK, 1800. (IstEd.) p. 54 50

317 Second Edition, p. 54 50

318 Third " (1800,) p. 54 50

319 Fourth " (1800,) p. 54 50

320 New " withPreface. Boston, 1*09, p. 56 75

321 OBSERVATIONS on CERTAIN DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN No. v. & vi. OF " THE HIS-
TORY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE YEAR 1796," in which the CHARGE OF SPECU-
LATION is FULLY REFUTED. PHILADELPHIA, Printed Pro Bono Publico, 1800, p. 37, 38.

Uncut. Very scarce 5 . 00

t^-Menzies. No. 865. 10.25

322 Do. do. Printed for John Fenno, by John Bioren, 1797, p. 37, 58. Uncut.

(Wants Binding and some Cleaning.) 5.00

K^-This is considered the Rare Edition. This Pamphlet is especially attractive to
Bibliomaniacs, on account of the Startling Confessions of Hamilton, relative to his
Amours with a Mrs. Reynolds. (Menzies. JVo. 864, 13.00.)

323 POLITICS and VIEWS of a Certain PARTY DISPLAYED. Printed in the Year MDCCXCII,

p.36. Very scarce. Uncut 1.00

B^~The " Certain Party " refers to Jefferson.
324 Hammond, N. J. Why Atlanta should be the Seat of Government, p. 23, (1877.) 15



No. 86 Nassau Strl, New York. \ I






M ii in, ...k, \viurii-i.i s., Maj. ti.-ni.) civil Record of, during hig Admlnistra:
and Texas. is7l. p. : .......................

ft (Hardy, John.) Letter to New Jeney Farmer. ^KHH.-\ <.,)p.8...

32$ llAKCKK, RoHKKT QOODUW. ADDRESS to his CON- iit.iiniiiu' IllH reason* for ap-

proving of iin- Treaty of Aiiuiy, romm-ivr and with Great Britain

ADDKD LKTTKK FROM Gov. JAY on th- KKKM-II RKv.,i.rn.,v Nw Yowt, T. A j'.

swonis, t;yr,. p. ;;; ...............

329 - Do. Do. (Without .Jay's Letter.) HuMtun, 1796, p. 86...

880 - Letter to Ins Constituents. (William Milliard, Printer. isol,) p. 16...

331 - OB8KRVATION8 OD DISPUTE between I M I KI> STATB8 ANl> KRANCB. PHILADELPHIA


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