1. Creator/Author:
  2. Evarts, William Maxwell, (4)

The campaign of 1860 : comprising the speeches of Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, Henry Wilson, Benjamin F. Wade, Carl Schurz, Charles Sumner, William M. Evarts, &c.

Other Title:
Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, Henry Wilson, Benjamin F. Wade, Carl Schurz, Charles Sumner, William M. Evarts, &c.; Campaign 1860; Evening journal, Albany, New York.
Authors:
Lincoln, Abraham, Seward, William Henry, Sumner, Charles, Wilson, Henry, Wade, B. F., Schurz, Carl, Evarts, William Maxwell, Putnam, James O., Hammond, S. H., Doolittle, James R., Medary, S.
Other Authors:
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Item ID:
71200908400252
Publisher:
Albany : Weed, Parsons & Co., 1860.
Call Number:
E440 .C3
Physical Description:
1 v. (various pagings) ; 24 cm.
Topic:
Presidents -- Election -- 1860.
Slavery -- United States -- Speeches in Congress.
Campaign literature, 1860 -- Republican.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Political career before 1861.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1857-1861.
Note:
A collection of tracts numbered 1-18 originally issued under title: Evening journal tracts; each has separate pagination.; CLICK ON WEB ADDRESS TO REACH THIS DOCUMENT.; Two columns to the page.; The irrepressible conflict: a speech by William H. Seward (October 25, 1858) -- Negro slavery not unjust: a speech by Charles O'Conor (December 19, 1859) -- The real question stated: letter from Charles O'Connor to a committee of merchants (December 20, 1859) -- Conflicting authorities -- Freedom and the Union: speech of William H. Seward in the Senate of the United States, in vindication of freedom and the Union (February 29, 1860) -- Democratic leaders for disunion: speech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts (January 25, 1860) -- Aggressions of the slave power: speech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts, in reply to Hon. Jefferson Davis (January 26, 1860) -- Freedom national-slavery sectional: speech of the Hon. S.H. Hammond, of the twenty-seventh Senate District, on the Governor's message (February, 1860) --; National politics: speech of Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois (February 27, 1860) -- State rights and the Supreme Court: speech of Senator Doolittle, of Wisconsin (February 24, 1860) -- Medary's veto -- Parties and politics: speech of Hon. P.P. Murphy, of the 29th District, on the Governor's message (March 6, 1860) -- Republican principles: speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois (June 16, 1858) -- Republican nominations: speech of Carl Schurz (May 30, 1860) -- Property in the territories: speech of Hon. Benjamin F. Wade, of Ohio (March 7, 1860) -- Letter of Hon. James O. Putnam (July 13, 1860) -- The barbarism of slavery: speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the bill for the admission of Kansas as a free state (June 4, 1860) -- The Republican platform (May 17, 1860) -- Letters of acceptance from Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin, indorsing the platform -- Slavery at war with the moral sentiment of the world: a speech of Carl Schurz, of Wisconsin (August 1, 1860) -- The national divergence and return: speech of William H. Seward (September 4, 1860) -- Destiny of the United States: speech delivered by William H. Seward (September 18, 1860) --; The West-its destiny and its duty: speech delivered by William H. Seward (September 21, 1860) -- Governor Seward's remarks on his reception at Madison (September 11, 1860) -- Senator Seward's western tour: speech by William H. Seward (October 3, 1860) -- The irrepressible conflict reaffirmed -- On the Missouri border -- Interview with Mr. Lincoln: sketch of "Old Abe," &c. -- Duty and the responsibility of the Northwest (September 12, 1860) -- Governor Seward's evening speech at Detroit (September 4, 1860) -- Governor Seward's speech at La Crosse, Wisconsin (September 14, 1860) -- Governor Seward's speech at Leavenworth, Kansas (September 28, 1860) -- Governor Seward's speech at Atchison, Kansas (September 28, 1860) -- Governor Seward's speech at Cleveland, Ohio (October 4, 1860) -- Governor Seward's speech at Buffalo, New York (October 5, 1860) -- Governor Seward's speech at Lawrence, Kansas (September 26, 1860) --; Speech of William H. Seward at Seneca Falls (October 31, 1860) -- Gov. Seward's speech at New York (November 2, 1860) -- Gov. Seward's speech at Auburn the night before the battle -- Americans repudiate fusion!: speech of Hon. James O. Putnam against sale of the American Party to the Douglas Democracy (August 8) -- Speech of Carl Schurz: Douglasism exposed and Republicanism vindicated (September 13, 1860) -- Political record of Stephen Douglas on the slavery question -- The issues of the day: speech of William M. Evarts, of New York City (October 16, 1860).; Book, cloth.
OCLC Number:
ocm04429461
Holding Institution:
Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Available for Viewing:
By appointment only
Category:
Books & Pamphlets