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Buchanan, James
Buchanan, James (American president, 1791-1868)
Buchanan, James (Mr)
Buchanan, James (Pres. U.S.)
James Buchanan
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1791-1868
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Moore, John Bassett (1860-1947)
Soulé, Pierre (1801-1870)
Stanton, Edwin McMasters (1814-1869)
Taylor, Zachary (1784-1850)
United States President (1857-1861 : Buchanan) (see also from)
United States. Department of State
United States. Dept. of State
United States. President (1857-1861 : Buchanan)
Van Buren, Martin (1782-1862)
Washington, George (1732-1799)
Young Men's Fremont and Dayton Central Union
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administration on the eve of the rebellion: a history of four years before the war., The
Col. Fremont's private and public character vindicated
Diary of a public man, and A page of political correspondence, Stanton to Buchanan;, The
[http://deila.dickinson.edu/theirownwords/title/0010.htm mr buchanan's administration on the eve of the rebellion]
[http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=29501 fourth annual message to congress.]
Inaugural address of the President of the United States, on the fourth of March, 1857.
James Buchanan 15th president of the United States.
James Buchanan, 1791-1868; chronology, documents, bibliographical aids.
James Buchanan and Harriet Lane Johnston papers
James Buchanan's mission to Russia 1831-1833 : his speeches, State papers, and private correspondence.
Last letter of Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Pakenham, on the American title to Oregon.
Mr. Buchanan's administration on the eve of Rebellion, 1866.
Mr. Buchanan's administration On the eve of the rebellion.
national intelligencer
New-Haven memorial to the President, protesting against the use of the United-States army to enforce the bogus laws of Kansas; the answer of President Buchanan; and the reply of the memorialists ..., The
Ostend manifesto, 1854., The
Presidential inaugural speeches
private letters of Lieut.-General Scott, and ex-President Buchanan's reply., The
Remarks of Mr. Buchanan of Pennsylvania, in reply to Mr. Davis, of Massachusetts, against the Independent treasury bill. Senate U. S. March 3, 1840.
Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in support of the veto power, and in reply to Mr. Clay, of Kentucky : Delivered in the United States Senate, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1842.
Speech of Mr. Buchanan of Pennsylvania, in defence of the administration of Mr. Van Buren against the charge of extravagance in expending the public money. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 22, 1841.
Speech of Mr. Buchanan of Pennsylvania, in defense of the administration of Mr. Van Buren against the charge of extravagance in expending the public money
Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in support of Mr. Benton's resolutions, respecting the fortifications and defence of the country.
Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the fiscal corporation; and his reply to Mr. Clay, of Kentucky: delivered in the Senate of the United States, September 2, 1841.
Speech of Mr. Buchanan of Pennsylvania on the Oregon Question.
Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the power of the Bank of the United States, under its Pennsylvania charter; in support of the bill to prevent it from re-issuing and circulating the notes of the old bank ... in the Senate of the United States, April 23, 1838. Also, his reply to Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on the same day.
Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the resolution of Col. Benton, to expunge from the journal of the Senate, the resolution of the twenty-eight of March, 1834.
Speech of President Buchanan, on the evening of Monday, July 9, 1860.
Speeches of Messrs. Buchanan and Benton, on the bill to admit the state of Michigan into the union.
works of James Buchanan. Volume 7,1846-1848, The : comprising his speeches, state papers, and private correspondence ; collected and edited by John Bassett Moore, 1909
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