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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
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-
ATION 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