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Title: American Eloquence, Volume II. (of 4)
Studies In American Political History (1896)

Author: Various

Release Date: March 17, 2005 [EBook #15392]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1

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AMERICAN ELOQUENCE

STUDIES IN AMERICAN POLITICAL HISTORY


Edited with Introduction by Alexander Johnston

Reedited by James Albert Woodburn


Volume II. (of 4)


CONTENTS:

V.-THE ANTI-SLAVERY STRUGGLE.

RUFUS KING
On The Missouri Struggle--United States Senate,
February 11 And 14, 1820.

WILLIAM PINKNEY
On The Missouri Struggle--United States Senate,
February 15, 1820.

WENDELL PHILLIPS
On The Murder Of Lovejoy--Faneuil Hall, Boston,
December 8, 1837.

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
On The Constitutional War Power Over Slavery
--House Of Representatives, May 25, 1836.

JOHN C. CALHOUN
On The Slavery Question--United States Senate,
March 4, 1850.

DANIEL WEBSTER
On The Constitution And The Union--United States
Senate, March 7, 1850.

HENRY CLAY
On The Compromise Of 1850--United States Senate,
July 22, 1850.

WENDELL PHILLIPS
On The Philosophy Of The Abolition Movement--Before
The Massachusetts, Anti-Slavery Society, Boston,
January 27, 1853.

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