Life of John Tyler, President of the United States, up to the close of the second session of the Twenty-seventh Congress: including some of his most important speeches while a member of the House of Representatives and of the Senate of the United States, and his principal messages and other public papers as chief magistrate of the Union ...
New York, Harper & Brothers, 1843.
viii, -256 p.
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