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Campaign literature, 1864
Campaign literature, 1864 /
United States > United States / Politics and government > United States / Politics and government / 1861-1865.
Contents: no. 1, The Democratic platform; no. 2, Comstock, G.F. Speech...; no. 3, McClellan, G.B. Complete report on the organization and campaigns of the Army of the Potomac; no. 4, The life and services of Gen. Geo. B. McClellan; no. 4 1/2, McClellan, G.B. West Point oration; no. 5, Ketchum, H. General McClellan's Peninsula campaign...; no. 6, Parker, J. Speech...Our national troubles...; no. 7, Curtis, G.T. On constitutional liberty; no. 8, Cowan, E. Speech...; no. 9, Winthrop, R.C. Speech...; no. 10, Curtis, G.T. Address...; no. 11, Miscegination indorsed by the Republican Party; no. 12, Lincoln's treatment of Great Britain; no. 13, Lincoln's arbitrary arrests...; no. 13 [a], Address of the National Democratic Committee. The perils of the nation...; no. 14, Corruptions and frauds of Lincoln's administration; no. 15, The Harrison's Bar letter of Gen. McClellan...; no. 18, Republican opinions about Lincoln; no. 19, Campaign songs; no. 21, Secret history of the Peninsular Campaign; no. 23, Great speech of Hon. R.C. Winthrop; no. 26, Address of the National Democratic Committee; no. 27, Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, by Nahum Capen.
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