4 edition of Speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, on the Oregon question found in the catalog.
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The Hon. Lincoln, however, formerly member of Congress from this State, was present, and delivered an able anti-Nebraska speech, in reply to Senator Douglas' remarks of the day previous. I cannot pretend in one letter to give a full report of a speech, which occupied three hours and a half in the delivery, although I have the notes : Graham A.
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(OIA, LR, Mich., ) Journal of Comrs. Lewis Cass and Pierre Menard, appointed by President to treat fot the extinguishment of the Indian title to "the lead mine country upon the Mississippi" and other areas within the Ter.Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo Colo., before the students and faculty of Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colo.“The Conspiracy of Pontiac” will then form a sequel; and its introductory chapters will be, in a certain sense, a summary of what has preceded.
This will involve some repetition in the beginning of the book, but I have nevertheless thought it best to let it remain as originally written. Boston, 16 September,