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Pars' Inaugural Speech, 1964
Orton's Inaugural Speech, 1964
Williams' Inaugural Speech, 1964
Williams' Inaugural Speech, 1964
The obligation of man to obey the civil law : its ground, and its extent : a discourse delivered December 12, 1850, on occasion of the public thanksgiving : in the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N.Y.
A funeral oration, delivered before the city government and citizens of Roxbury : on the occasion of paying funeral honors to Zachary Taylor, late President of the United States, July 31, 1850.
A discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, December 12th, 1850 : in the Congregational Church, at Clinton
Speech on the slavery resolutions, delivered in the General assembly which met in Detroit in May last
An oration delivered at Charlestown, on the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1850
Fugitive slave law. The religious duty of obedience to law: a sermon, preached in the Second Presbyterian church in Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 1850.
The spirit of the age : its tendencies to a change that is not reform : speeches of Senators Bond, Fuller, Coffin and Bokee, in State Senate.
An address commemorative of the part taken by the inhabitants of the original town of Leicester, in the events of the Revolution : delivered at Leicester, July 4, 1849
An address delivered before the Maine Historical Society, at Bowdoin College, on the afternoon of the annual commencement, September 5, 1849.
Thirtieth annual report of the Vermont Colonization Society : presented Oct. 18, 1849.
A few words on the Book of Esther, addressed to the pupils of the orphan school... on sabbath... 9 Adar, 5609 by their Hebrew master, S. Morais.
Speeches of the Hon. Daniel Webster of Massachusetts, delivered at the festival of the Sons of New Hampshire, in Boston, Nov. 7th, 1849.
Discourse delivered on the first anniversary of the Girard College for Orphans, : at the request of the Board of Directors by Job R. Tyson.
An address to the Legislature of Indiana, at the commencement of its session, December 6th, 1847. Upon popular education by one of the people.
Discourse on the uses and importance of history, illustrated by a comparison of the American and French Revolutions.
A discourse delivered before the New England Society, in the city of New-York, December 22, 1847 by J. Prescott Hall.

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