Union Pamphlets of the Civil War, 1861-1865, 1. köide
Bibliographical footnotes. Causes of the American Civil War / John L. Motley -- Right of secession / Joel Parker -- Great drama; an appeal to Maryland / John P. Kennedy -- The War : its cause and remedy; immediate emanipation : the only wise and safe mode / Lewis Tappan -- Letter of Archbishop Hughes to Bishop Lynch, of South Carolina / John J. Hughes -- Brownson on the rebellion / Orestes A. Brownson -- Captain Maury's letter on American affairs. Also the address of Hon. John C. Breckinridge to the people of Kentucky / Matthew F. Maury & John C. Breckinridge -- Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus under the Constitution / Horace Binney -- Personal liberty and martial law: a review of some pamphlets of the day / Edward Ingersoll -- War for the Union; a lecture / Wendell Phillips -- Tracts for the times. Courage! / Mary A. Dodge -- Contest in America / John Stuart Mill -- Via media : a peaceful and permanent settlement of the slavery question / Emma Willard -- Relation of the national government to revolted citizens defined / Anna E. Carroll -- How a free people conduct a long war : a chapter from English history / Charles J. Stillé --Facts for the people -- Executive power / Benjamin R. Curtis -- The Commander-in-Chief; a defence upon legal grounds of the Proclamation of Emancipation / Grosvenor P. Lowrey -- Desert and the promised land / Edward E. Hale -- Unconditional loyalty / Henry W. Bellows -- The Constitution. Addresses of Prof. Morse, Mr. Geo Ticknor Curtis, and Mr. S.J. Tilden, at the organization / Samuel F.B. Morse [et al.] -- About the war. Plain words to plain people by a plain man / Ezra M. Hunt. Vol.2. The great Union meeting. Held at Indianapolis, February 26th, 1863. Speeches of Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, Gen. Samuel F. Carey, of Ohio, and others -- Copperheads under the heel of an Illinois farmer -- The future of the North-West : in connection with the scheme of reconstruction without New England / Robert D. Owen -- Letter of a Republican...and Prof. Morse's reply... / Edward N. Crosby & S.F.B. Morse -- General Washington and General Jackson on Negro soldiers / Henry C. Baird -- Bible view of slavery / John H. Hopkins -- To churchmen -- The great Civil War in America / Clement L. Vallandigham --Truth from an honest man / Abraham Lincoln -- Reply to President Lincoln's letter / John V.L. Pruyn -- A few words in behalf of the loyal women of the United States -- The draft, or, conscription reviewed by the people -- Daniel O'Connell and the Committee of the Irish Repeal Association of Cincinnati -- Rebel conditions of peace and the mechanics of the South -- Our domestic relations : or, how to treat the rebel states / Charles Sumner -- Ye book of copperheads / Charles G. Leland & Henry P. Leland -- "Let us reason together" / George F. Comstock -- Abraham Lincoln -- The President's policy / James R. Lowell -- Our burden and our strength / David A. Wells -- Growler's income tax / Timothy S. Arthur -- The Lincoln catechism -- The great surrender to the rebels in arms. The armistice -- A few plain words with the rank and file of the Union armies -- Report of the Judge Advocate General, on the "Order of American Knights," or "Sons of Liberty" / U.S. Bureau of Military Justice -- Great speech...at New London, Conn. / Robert C. Winthrop -- Hear Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton / George H. Pendleton --Lincoln or McClellan. Appeal to Germans in America / Francis Lieber -- The coward's convention / Charles A. Bristed -- Abraham Lincoln; his life and its lessons / Joseph P. Thompson.
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