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Hoar, Geo. F.
Hoar, George F.
Hoar, George F[risbie]
Hoar, George Frisbie
Hoar, George Frisbie (Mr)
Hoar, George Frisbie (Senator)
Hoar, George Giggity
Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)
United States. Supreme Court
Vest, George Graham (1830-1904)
Washburn, John Davis (1833-1903)
Wilcox, W. B.
Wilcox, Willis Bliss
Worcester (Mass.). City Council
Worcester Fire Society
Worcester, Mass. [from old catalog]
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
1684. 1884. Celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of the naming of Worcester, October 14 and 15, 1884.
Address delivered before the city government and citizens, on the two hundredth anniversary of Worcester, October 14, 1884
address delivered before the Senate and House of Representatives and invited guests on February 12, 1901 by the Hon. George Frisbie Hoar in response to an invitation of the General Court, 1901:
Address of Hon. Geo. F. Hoar at the organization of the Grant and Wilson club of Worcester
American citizenship 1903.
Argument of Hon. Geo. F. Hoar, of Worcester, counsel for the remonstrants, on petition of Daniel Stratton and others of the town of Bolton
Autobiography of seventy years : with portraits.
Autoboigraphy of seventy years.
Book of patriotism;
character of Washington. An address, The
charge against President Grant and Attorney General Hoar of packing the Supreme court of the United States, The
Charles Allen of Worcester
Charles Sumner; his complete works, with introduction by Hon. George Frisbie Hoar.
college of William and Mary, in Virginia., The
Conditions of success in public life;
Connecticut compromise. Roger Sherman, the author of the plan of equal representation of the states in the Senate, and representation of the people in proportion to numbers in the House., The
conquest of the Philippines, The : extracts from the speech of Hon. George F. Hoar of Massachusetts, in the United States Senate, Thursday, April 12, 1900.
Daniel Webster. On the receiving of the statues of Webster and Stark.
Debate on woman suffrage in the Senate of the United States, 2d session, 49th Congress, December 8, 1886, and January 25, 1887
Election of senators by direct vote of the people. Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in the Senate of the United States, Thursday and Friday, April 6 and 7, 1893.
Eulogy upon the life, character and public services of James Abram Garfield : late President of the United States
function of the American lawyer in the founding of states: an address delivered before the graduating classes at the fifty-seventh anniversary of the Yale law school, on June 28th, 1881, The
Government in Canada and the United States compared.
Great political issues and leaders of the campaign of 1900; a history of our parties from the beginning of the government to the present day, together with a record of national conventions and platforms.
harmony of Christian faith., The
Hawaii. Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, July 5, 1898.
Hoar family in America and its English ancestry;, The
James Abram Garfield
Justice and humanity, not revenge, the only justification for war.
Justice, righteousness, duty, and freedom, the only sure foundations of empire.
Letter from the Hon. George F. Hoar, March 29, 1899.
Meetings held in commemoration of the life and services of Francis Amasa Walker.
mission to Rome., The
No constitutional power to conquer foreign nations and hold their people in subjection against their will.
No vassal states. No subject peoples.
Old age and immortality.
One hundreth anniversary of the Worcester fire society.
Oration delivered at Plymouth, December 21, 1895, at the celebration of the two hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims
Oration delivered by George F. Hoar
Oration of Hon. George F. Hoar.
Our candidates and cause : remarks of Hon. George F. Hoar at Tremont Temple, on Tuesday evening, July 15, 1884.
Our duty to the Philippines : a letter
Papers relating to the election of senators by direct vote of the people ...
pathetic petition, A
place of the college graduate in American life, The : an address delivered before the Social Union at Amherst College, July 2, 1879
Political condition of the South. Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in the House of representives, August 9, 1876.
Popular discontent with representative government.
Presentation of the statues of John Winthrop and Samuel Adams. Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in the House of representatives, December 19, 1876.
President Garfield's New England ancestry.
Quality of our honor: Senator Hoar speaks eloquently of real Americanism ...
question of conscience., A
Relation of national government to domestic commerce. Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, July 1, 1884.
Relations with Canada.
right of the executive of a state to appoint senators in all cases of vacancies during the recess of the legislature. Speech ... in the Senate ... March 2, 1900., The
river and harbor bill!, The
Robert Burns and address delivered in Tremont Temple by Hon. George F. Hoar, on March 28, 1901, before the Burns memorial association of Boston.
Rufus Putnam, founder and father of Ohio. An address
Speech of George F. Hoar, at the state Republican convention of Massachusetts, Sept. 19, 1877.
Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, at the ratification meeting in Music hall, Boston, October 15, 1889.
Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, December 22, 1898, at the banquet of the New England Society, of Charleston, South Carolina.
Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, December 22, 1902, at the banquet of the New England society, of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia.
The fisheries treaty.
United States a government providing sound money for the people, not a speculator dealing in futures. Speech ..., The
Washington; address before the Union league club of Chicago
Will of Charles Hoare, of Gloucester, England.
Woman's right and the public welfare remarks of George F. Hoar before a joint special committee of the Massachusetts Legislature, April 14, 1869.
World's Famous Orations:America: III (1861–1905), The