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Blair, F. P. (Jr)
Blair, Francis Preston
Blair, Francis Preston (Jr)
Blair, Frank
Blair, Frank P.
Blair, Frank P. (Jr)
Blair, Frank Preston
Blair, Frank Preston (Jr)
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Glover, Samuel T. (1813-1884)
Glover, Samuel Taylor (1813-1884)
Knox, Samuel (of Missouri. [from old catalog])
Mercantile Library Association (Boston, Mass.)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Ridgely, Stephen
Thompson, John S.
Thomson, John S.
United States. Circuit Court (8th Circuit)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Action for refusing plaintiff's ballot at the election.
Argument of Samuel T. Glover, Esq., in the Circuit Court of Saint Louis County
Biographical sketch of Gen. William O. Butler, of Kentucky
Brief of points and arguments submitted to the "Committee on elections"
Colonization and commerce. An address before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association of Cincinnati, Ohio, November 29, 1859.
Destiny of the races of this continent an address delivered before the mercantile library association of boston, massachusetts. on the 26th of january, 1859
Letter of Francis P. Blair, Esq. to the Republican Association of Washington, D.C.
Life and public services of gen. william o. butler
Missouri contested election, 1860:
Missouri voters' oath; have the people of Missouri the right to prescribe the qualifications of Missouri voters? : argument of Charles D. Drake on behalf of the defendants in the case of Francis P. Blair, Jr. vs. Stephen Ridgely and John S. Thomson, delivered in the St. Louis Circuit Court at general term, April 19, 1866.
Permanent fortifications and sea-coast defences.
Radicalism, its corruption and centralization, a stinging rebuke, vindication of the passive policy, its adoption our only salvation : speech of Hon. Francis P. Blair, of Missouri, before the Missouri Legislature, Jefferson City, January 4, 1872.
Shall the usurpation of the government, by the fragment of a Congress, be perpetuated by negro suffrage? Speech
Speech of Hon. F.P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri at the Cooper Institute, New York City, Wednesday, January 25, 1860
Speech of Hon. Francis P. Blair, Jr. of Missouri on the acquisition of Central America delivered in the House of Representatives, January 14, 1858