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American Sentiments on Behavioral & Cognitive Qualifications within Elected Officials
An oration delivered on the Fourth of July, 1861 : before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston
Union and peace! How they shall be restored. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Republican state convention, at Worcester, October 1, 1861.
North and South, or, Four questions considered : What have we done? What have we to do? What have we to hope? What have we to fear? A sermon preached in the First Church in Hartford, on the day of the national fast, Sept. 26th, 1861
"Days of adversity", or, admonitions against disunion. A New year's sermon, preached in Concord, N.H., January 6, 1861
Two sermons for the times : obedience to the civil authority : and constitutional government against treason : preached in the South Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn
Mercy remembered in wrath : a sermon preached by the Rev. Dr. Fuller, on Thursday, September 26, 1861, being the day of national fasting, humiliation and prayer.
American patriotism : a sermon preached in the Arch Street Church, Sabbath morning, April 28th, 1861
The great conspiracy : an address delivered at Mt. Kisco, West Chester county, New York, on the 4th of July, 1861, the 86th anniversary of American independence
Third address to the people of Maryland.
The free Christian state and the present struggle : an address delivered before the Association of the alumni of Bowdoin college.
The Christian patriot : a discourse addressed to the graduating class of Pennsylvania College, September 15, 1861
Our obligations to defend the government of our country : a discourse on the war by Rev. Elias Nason, delivered at Exeter, N.H., April 21, 1861.
Our country in the light of history. : an address before the Alumni Association of Pennsylvania College, delivered in Christ's Church, Gettysburg, Pa., September 18, 1861
The crisis and its lessons : a sermon, delivered in the Baptist Church, Stonington Borough, on the occasion of the national fast, September 26, 1861
Comfort in tribulation. An address delivered in the Reformed Dutch church, Stapleton, S.I., September 26th, 1861, a day kept as a national fast, by appointment of the President of the United States.
Our national sin : a sermon, preached on the day of the national fast, September 26, 1861, in the South Reformed Dutch church, New York city
The salvation of the country secured by immediate emancipation : a discourse by Rev. George B. Cheever, D.D., delivered in the Church of the Puritans, Sabbath evening, Nov. 10, 1861.
The rebellion : its origin and main-spring: an oration
Patriotism and the slaveholders' rebellion : An oration

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