AuthorCheney, John Vance, 1848-1922, comp.
TitleMemorable American speeches / collected and edited by John Vance Cheney.
PublishedChicago : The Lakeside Press, R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1907-10.
Description4 v. : fronts. (ports.) ; 17 cm.
SeriesThe Lakeside classics
General Note--v. 4. Secession, war, reconstruction. John Parker Hale: On secession. Benjamin Franklin Wade: On secession. Robert Tooms: On secession. Samuel Sullivan Cox: On secession. Abraham Lincoln: On the declaration of independence. John Cabell Breckenridge & Edwin Dickinson Baker: Suppression of the insurrection. Henry Ward Beecher: Speech at Liverpool. Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg address. George Hunt Pendleton: On reconstruction. Thaddeus Stevens: On reconstruction.
Formatted NoteContents: v. 1. Colonial period. James Otis: On the writs of assistance. James Wilson: In vindication of the colonies. Joseph Warren: In commemoration of the Boston massacre. Patrick Henry: An individual declaration of war. Samuel Adams: On American independence. David Ramsay: The advantages of American independence. Patrick Henry: On the Federal constitution. Edmund Randolph: On the Federal constitution. James Madison: On the expediency of adopting the Federal constitution; Power to lay taxes. Alexander Hamilton: On the compromises of the Constitution; On the Senate of the United States; On section VIII of the Constitution. FIsher Ames: On biennial elections. Notes.--v. 2. Democracy and nationality. George Washington: Farewell address. John Randolph: On the militia bill. Henry Clay: On the war of 1812. Daniel Webster: The reply to Hayne.--v. 3. Slavery. William Pinckney: On the Missouri question. Wendell Phillipps: On the philosophy of the abolition question. Stephen A. Douglas: On the Kansas-Nebraska bill. Charles Sumner: The crime against Kansas.
SubjectsSpeeches, addresses, etc., American.
LC Card Numbera10-966//r33
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 WRHS Research Library: PS 662 C518
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