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Pars' Inaugural Speech, 1964
Orton's Inaugural Speech, 1964
Williams' Inaugural Speech, 1964
Williams' Inaugural Speech, 1964
A discourse before the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania, delivered October 24, 1834, in St. Paul's church, Philadelphia.
Address before the Anti-Slavery Society of Salem and the vicinity : in the South Meeting-House, in Salem, February 24, 1834 Cyrus Pitt Grosvenor.
An address delivered before the members of the bar of the county of Bristol, Mass., at New-Bedford, June term, 1834
Introductory discourse delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at their fifth anniversary meeting, in Boston, August 1834
Eulogy on Lafayette, delivered in Faneuil hall, at the request of the young men of Boston, September 6, 1834.
 An address delivered before the young men of Boston, associated for moral and intellectual improvement on the fiftyseventh anniversary of American independence
Address to the citizens of Pittsburgh, July 9, 1833
Debate at the Lane Seminary, Cincinnati. : Speech of James A. Thome, of Kentucky, delivered at the annual meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society, May 6, 1834.
An address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Brown University : delivered 5th September, 1832
An oration pronounced at Boston before the Colonization Society of Massachusetts : on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1833
An oration delivered in Newburyport, on the fifty-seventh anniversary of American independence.
A speech delivered in the Senate of New-York on the third and fourth of February, 1832 : on the resolution against renewing the charter of the Bank of the United States
Gov. Knight's address to the farmers of Rhode-Island, October, 1832.
Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster at the National Republican convention, in Worcester, Oct. 12, 1832.
An address to the people of Maryland, by the National Republican Central Committee of Baltimore, : shewing the necessity of a vigorous and united action, to preserve the constitution and laws, rights and liberties of the people of the United States.
An oration delivered before the citizens of Newburyport : on the fifty-sixth anniversary of American independence

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