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LEE AND SHEPARD.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874,
BY CHARLES SUMNER,
in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
UNIVERSITY PRESS: WELCH, BIGELOW, & Co.,
CONTENTS OF VOLUME IX.
MAKE HASTE SLOWLY: IRREVERSIBLE GUARANTIES. Speech in the
Senate, on the Recognition of Arkansas, June 13, 1864.
MEANS FOR THE WAR THE TRUE OBJECT OF THE TARIFf. Re-
NO TAX ON EDUCATION. Remarks in the Senate, on a proposed Duty
ABOLITION OF THE COASTWISE SLAVE-TRADE. Speeches in the
Senate, on an Amendment to the Civil Appropriation Bill, June
OPENING OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS TO COLORED WITNESSES.
Speech in the Senate, on an Amendment to the Civil Appropria-
RECONSTRUCTION, AND ADOPTION OF PROCLAMATION OF EMANCI-
PATION BY ACT OF CONGRESS. Remarks in the Senate, July 1,
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF LITERATURE AND ART; ALSO OF MORAL
AND POLITICAL SCIENCES. Remarks in the Senate, on a Bill cre-
NO FINAL ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS WITHOUT INCREASED TAX-
Speech in the Senate, on the Resolution of Final Adjourn-
REJOICING IN THE DECLINE OF THE REBELLION. Remarks at a
REPUBLICAN PARTY AND DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Speech at a Public
Meeting at Faneuil Hall, to ratify the Republican Nominations for
SLAVERY AND THE REBELLION ONE AND INSEPARABLE: ISSUES OF
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. Speech before the New York
Young Men's Republican Union, at Cooper Institute, November
CONGRATULATIONS ON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
Public Meeting at Faneuil Hall, Boston, November 8, 1864 .
Jubilee of LIBERTY. Letter to the Young Men's Republican Union
MR. ASHLEY AND RECONSTRUCTION. Letter to a Public Banquet in
Honor of Hon. James M. Ashley, at Toledo, Ohio, November 18,
CASE OF THE FLORIDA: ILLUSTRATED BY PRECEDENTS OF BRITISH
SEIZURES IN NEUTRAL WATERS. Articles in the Boston Daily
Advertiser, November 29, 1864, and January 17, 1865 .
RELATIONS WITH GREAT BRITAIN: THE ST. ALBANS RAID. Speech
in the Senate, on a Bill for Fortifications and Batteries on the
TERMINATION OF THE CANADIAN RECIPROCITY TREATY. Speeches
in the Senate, on the Joint Resolution giving Notice for the Ter-
mination of the Canadian Reciprocity Treaty, December 21, 1864,
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION AND EQUAL RIGHTS. Letter to
FREEDOM OF WIVES AND CHILDren of ColoreD SOLDIERS. Speech
in the Senate, on a Joint Resolution for this Purpose, January 5,
MASSACRE OF THE CHEYENNE INDIANS. Remarks in the Senate, on
THE LATE HON. EDWARD EVERETT. Telegraphic Despatch to Joint
Committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 16, 1865
TERMINATION OF TREATIES BY NOTICE. Remarks in the Senate, on
a Joint Resolution to terminate the Treaty of 1817 regulating the
RETALIATION, AND TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR. Speeches
in the Senate, on a Joint Resolution advising Retaliation, January
ADMISSION OF A COLORED LAWYER TO THE BAR OF THE SUPREME
COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Motion in the Supreme Court,
PARTICIPATION OF REBEL STATES NOT NECESSARY IN RATIFICATION
OF CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. Declaratory Resolutions in
APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES ACCORDING TO VOTERS.
Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of the United States,
RAILROAD USURPATION IN NEW JERSEY. Speech in the Senate, on
a Bill to regulate Commerce among the several States, February
REPRESENTATION OF VIRGINIA IN THE SENATE. Remarks in the
Senate, on the Credentials of Hon. Joseph Segar, of Virginia,
NO BUST FOR AUTHOR OF DRED SCOTT DECISION.
Senate, on a Bill providing for a Bust of the Late Chief Justice
NO RECONSTRUCTION WITHOUT THE VOTES OF THE BLACKS. Re-
marks in the Senate, on the Resolution recognizing the New State
GUARANTY OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENTS IN THE REBEL STATES.
NO PICTURE AT THE CAPITOL OF VICTORY OVER FELLOW-CITI-
ZENS. Remarks in the Senate, on Joint Resolution authorizing a
FREE SCHOOLS AND FREE BOOKS. Remarks in the Senate, on an
Amendment to the Internal Revenue Act, making Books free,
THREE CONDITIONS PRECEDENT TO THE RECEPTION OF SENATORS
UNJUST ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF TWO BOSTON MERCHANTS.
Protest and Opinion on the Case of the Messrs. Smith Brothers,
RESPECT FOR THE MEMORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Resolution
adopted at a Meeting of Senators and Representatives, April 17,
RIGHT AND DUTY OF COLORED FELLOW-CITIZENS IN THE ORGAN-
IZATION OF GOVERNMENT. Letter to Colored Citizens of North