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Kelley, William D.
Kelley, William Darrah
Kelley, Wm. D.
Brown, D. Wolfe
Brown, David Wolfe
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Potts, Benjamin Franklin (1836-1889. [from old catalog])
Stearns, Geo. L. (1809-1867)
Stearns, George Luther (1809-1867)
Stoughton, William Lewis (1827-1888)
United States. Department of the Treasury
Wood, Fernando (1812-1881)
Wright, Elizur (1804-1885)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Acceptance of the Republican nomination for Congress by Hon. William D. Kelley : revised from the "Evening Telegraph" of June 16.
Address delivered at the Colored Department of the House of Refuge
Address delivered at the democratic town meeting, in the state house yard, july fourth, 1841
address delivered by Hon, William D. Kelley, at Girard Avenue, above Eleventh st., on October 3rd, 1856 ..., An
causes and authors of the financial depression, with passing hints at remedial measures; and French finance., The
Characteristics of the age an address delivered before the Linnaean Association of Pennsylvania College, at the annual commencement, Sept. 18th, 1850
Conversation with Horatio Seymour on the national debt and taxes.
Convertitle currency bonds will give elasticity to our currency
Currency and banking.
dangers and duties of the hour; an address delivered at Concert hall, Philadelphia, March 15, 1866, The
Death of Hon. James Covode.
enforcement of the Fourteenth amendment essential to the prosperity of the South., The
Equality of all men before the law claimed and defended
Farmers, mechanics, and laborers need protection-Capital can take care of itself
Financial mismanagement is costly.
fourth joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. William D. Kelley, in the hall of the Spring Garden Institute, The : Thursday evening, September 29, 1864, Leonard R. Fletcher, moderator.
Gold payments are impossible! We must choose between national money and irredeemable bank-notes.
Government of insurrectionary states Speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1867
If we would perpetuate the republic we must defend and protect the interests of its laborers.
Interconvertible bonds will preclude the possibility of lock-up of currency speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, January 24, 1874
Judge Kelley on the crisis. The present situation and how it should be met.
Judge Kelley's letter.
Letter of Alexander Cummings in reply to the report of the Van Wyck Committee : presented to Congress
Letter of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley to the citizens of the fourth congressional district of Pennsylvania.
Letters from Europe.
Merchantable commodities cannot be standards of value.
Money and the national finances an address delivered by request of citizens of Philadelphia, at the Academy of Music, January 15, 1876
Mr. Well's report.
National centennial celebration and exposition.
national prospects, The : the outlook for the country, President Hayes' Southern policy, the financial problem : an interview
New northwest an address
Old south and the new a series of letters
Practice of justice our only security for the future remarks of hon. william d. kelley, of pennsylvania, in support of his proposed amendment to the bill "to guaranty to certain states whose governments have been usurped or overthrown a republican form of government : delivered in the house of representatives, january 16, 1865
Protection of our industry--Development of our resources.
Protective duties benefit farmers by creating a home market for agricultural productions.
protest against the re-imposition of war-taxes., A
Reasons for abandoning the theory of free trade, and adopting the principle of protection to American industry, addressed to the farmers and working men of the United States
Recognition of hayti and liberia speech of hon. william d. kelley, of pennsylvania, delivered in the house of representatives, june 3, 1862
Reply to Hon. James A. Garfield, of Ohio.
Report of the special commissioner of the revenue.
Safeguards of personal liberty an address by hon. wm. d. kelley, delivered at concert hall, thursday evening, june 22, 1865
science based on assumptions, A : a paper in the international review for March, 1882
Should Congress compel American laborers to work for lower wages?
Some reasons for the abolition of the internal-tax system.
South--its resources and wants
Speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, on protection to American labor delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1866
Speeches, addresses and letters on industrial and financial questions To which is added an introduction together with copious notes and an index
United States vs. William Smith piracy : speech of Hon. William D. Kelley
Wood tariff bill speech of hon. william d. kelley, of pennsylvania, in the house of representatives, thursday, may 9, 1878