DescriptionCollection of Early Nineteenth Century Imprints: Congressional Speeches. Lot contains ten published speeches delivered by various members of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and one delivered by Reverend John Mitchell Mason. All tracts are disbound, most with string binding. Pamphlets show light to heavy age toning; faint to heavy foxing. Most are in very good condition. Prospective buyers are advised to view lot carefully prior to bidding.
Includes: Speech of Mr. Randolph on Retrenchment and Reform, 1828; Speech of George Mifflin Dallas . . . upon the Subject of the Tariff, 1832; Speech of Mr. Duncan of Ohio on the Bill Making appropriations for Harbours, 1838; Speech of Mr. Benton of Missouri on The Tariff, 1844; Speech of Mr. Duncan of Ohio on regulating electors for president and vice president, 1844; Speech of Hon. Lewis C. Levin of Philadelphia on naturalization laws, 1845; Speech of John M Clayton of Delaware on French Spoliations, 1846; Remarks of John H. V. Johnson of Georgia on the resolution of Congratulation to the French People, 1848; Speech of Mr. Giddings of Ohio regarding members of Congress being threatened by a lawless mob, 1848; and An Oration Commemorative of the Late Major General Alexander Hamilton, delivered by Reverend John Mitchell Mason, 1804.
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