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A discourse occasioned by the death of Daniel Webster : preached at the Melodeon on Sunday October 31, 1852
Slavery, in its present aspects and relations. A sermon preached on Fast Day, April 6, 1854, at Cambridge, Mass.
Speech of Mr. Toucey, of Connecticut, defending himself against the Nebraska resolutions of the Legislature of Connecticut.
The crisis of freedom. A sermon, preached at the Free Church, in Lynn, on Sunday, June 11, 1854 by Samuel Johnson.
Speech delivered by Hon. Josiah Quincy, Senior : before the Whig State Convention, assembled at the Music Hall, Boston, Aug. 16, 1854.
The bad Friday: a sermon preached in the First church, West Roxbury, June 4, 1854; it being the Sunday after the return of Anthony Burns to slavery.
A sermon of the consequences of an immoral principle and false idea of life. Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, November 26, 1854.
The end and means of a liberal education. An inaugural address, delivered July 11, 1854
Slaveholding not sinful. : An argument before the General Synod of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, October, 1855.
Oration, by William H. Seward, at Plymouth : December 21, 1855.
The position and duties of the merchant : an address before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston, on the evening of the 13th of November, 1854
Address and proceedings of the Democratic State Convention : held at Syracuse, September 13, 1853.
Address on religious intolerance and political proscription : delivered at Lancaster, Pa., on the evening of the 24th of September
The slave oligarchy and its usurpations : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, November 2, 1855, in Faneuil Hall, Boston.
The union of states : an oration delivered before the Order of United Americans, at the Academy of Music, New York, Feb. 22, 1855, on the occasion of the celebration of the one hundred & twenty-third anniversary of the birthday of Washington by the Hon. T
America's mission : a sermon preached in the Arch Street Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22, 1855
Southern slavery reduces northern wages : an address delivered in Washington, D.C., March 25, 1856 by George M. Weston, of Maine.
Remarks of Hon. Miles Taylor, of Louisiana, accompanied by a letter to the editors of the Washington Union.
The state of the country. A discourse preached in the Federal street meetinghouse in Boston, on Sunday, June 8, 1856.
Sermon on Thanksgiving-day, Thursday, November 20, 1856 by George W. Bethune, Minister of the Reformed Dutch Church on the Heights, Brooklyn.

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