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Author of the Thirty years' view
Benton (Mr., of Missouri)
Benton, Thomas
Benton, Thomas H.
Benton, Thomas Hart
Benton, Thomas Hart ((politician))
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Senator of thirty years
Senator ot thirty years
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1782-1858
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A Senator of thirty years
Appleton, D. (and Company)
Emmons, William (1792-)
Francis Markoe Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Jackson
Jacob Bailey Moore Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
James Madison Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Taney, Roger Brooke (1777-1864)
United States. Congress
United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee to Which Was Referred the Several Resolutions Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States
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Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856 : from Gales and Seaton's annals of congress : from their register of debates : and from the official reported debates, by John C. Rives
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's companion)
Benton's Abridgment of the Debates of Congress
Biography of Martin Van Buren, vice president of the United States. With an appendix, containing selections from his writings ... with other valuable documents, among which will be found the late letter of Colonel Thos. H. Benton, to the Convention of the state of Mississippi.
Discourse of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, before the Boston Mercantile library association, on the physical geography of the country between the states of Missouri and California, with a view to show its adaptation to settlement, and to the construction of a railroad. Delivered in the Tremont temple, at Boston ... December 20, 1854.
Edward Bates against Thomas H. Benton.
Eulogy delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 2d day of February, 1844, on the annunciation to that body of the death of the Hon. Alexander Porter, late a senator from Louisiana.
Examination of the Dred Scott case by Thomas H. Benton
great West, or, The garden of the world, 1858, The
Highway from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean.
Highway to the Pacific. Grand national central highway. Speech of Mr. Benton on introducing a bill for the construction of a grand national central highway from St. Louis to San Francisco. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Dec. 16, 1850.
Historical and legal exam. of that part of the decis. of the Supreme Court of the U.S. in the Dred Scot case, which declares that the unconst. of the Missouri compr. act and the self-extens. of the Constit. to territ. carrying slavery along with it, 1857
Historical and legal exam. of that part of the decis. of the Supreme Court of the U.S. in the Dred Scot case, which declares that the unconst. of the Missouri compr. act and the self-extens. of the Constit. to territ. carrying slavery alongwith it, 1857:
Historical and legal examination of that part of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Dred Scott case, which declares the unconstitutionality of the Missouri compromise act, and the self-extension of the Constitution to territories, carrying slavery along with it. With an appendix ...
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1826 : Mr. Benton, from the select committee appointed the 15th ult. on the subject, reported the following resolution which was read twice and made the order for Monday, the 30th inst. : resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States as it respects the election of president and vice president of the United States.
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1826 : Mr. Benton from the Select Committee to Which Was Referred the Several Resolutions Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, reported in part ...
Letter from Col. Benton to the people of Missouri. Central national highway from the Mississippi River to the Pacific.
Mr. Benton, from the Select Committee to which was referred the proposition to inquire into the expediency of reducing the patronage of the executive government of the United States, made the following report ... [etc.]
Mr. Benton's anti-cession speech. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, against ceding seventy thousand square miles of New Mexico to Texas. In the Senate of the United States, July 15, 1850.
Mr. Benton's anti-compromise speech. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, June 10, 1850. On his motion to postpone until the 4th day of March, 1851, the bill reported from the committee of thirteen,--the Compromise bill.
Mr. Benton's letter to Maj. Gen. Davis, of the state of Mississippi, declining the nomination of the convention of that state; defending the nomination of Mr. Van Buren for the presidency; and recommending harmony, concert, and union, to the Democratic part of the United States.
Mr. Benton's letter to Maj. Gen. Davis, of the state of Mississippi, declining the nomination of the nomination of the convention of that state; defending the nomination of Mr. Van Buren for the presidency; and recommending harmony, concert, and union, to the Democratic party of the United States.
Mr. Benton's speech, on the subject of the President's delay to nominate Mr. Taney, the sources of "distress", condition of the country, &c.
Nebraska and Kansas. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in the House of representatives, April 25, 1854.
Remarks of Mr. Benton of Missouri, on the annual expenditures of the government.
Report of the secretary of the Treasury, on the resolution of the Senate, calling for information in relation to the state of the revenue;
Selections of editorial articles from the St. Louis Enquirer ... 1844.
Selections of editorial articles from the St. Louis enquirer, on the subject of Oregon and Texas, and originally published in that paper in the years 1818-19;
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, delivered in the Senate of the United States, (in secret session,) on the mission to Panama, March 13, 1826.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 16, 18, and 20, 1844, in secret session on the treaty for the annexation of Texas.
Speech of Mr. Benton of Missouri, in reply to Mr. Webster [the resolution offered by Mr. Foot, relative to the public lands, being under consideration]. 1830.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on his motion to expunge from the journal the sentence pronounced against President Jackson for violating the laws and Constitution.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on Mr. Calhoun's amendment to the bill to provide for the collection, keeping and disbursment of the public moneys, without the agency of banks.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the bill designating and limiting the funds receivable for the revenues of the United States. Delivered in the Senate of the U.S. January 27, 1837.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the bill to abolish the duty on alum salt. Delivered in the Senate, February 8, 1830.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the bill to graduate the price of the public lands : delivered in the Senate of the U. States May 16, 1826.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the bill to provide for the abolition of unnecessary duties, to relieve the people from sixteen millions of taxe[s], and to improve the condition of the agriculture, commerce, and navigation of the United States : delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 23, 1830.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the bill to separate the government from the banks. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 14, 1838.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the California claims. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, April 11, 1848.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the expunging resolution. Delivered in the Senate, January 12, 1837.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the motion of Mr. Webster, for leave to bring in a bill for prolonging the charter of the Bank of the United States; delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 21, 1834.
Speech of Mr. Benton of Missouri on the Oregon question delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 22, 25, & 28, 1846.
Speech of Mr. Benton of Missouri, on the permanent prospective pre-emption bill. Delivered in Senate U.S. January 26, 1841.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the resolution of Mr. Ewing for rescinding the Treasury order. Delivered in the Senate, December, 1836.
Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the subject of the fortifications. In Senate, February 23, 1836.
Speech of the Hon. Thos. H. Benton, delivered at the Capitol at Jefferson City, May 26th, 1849 ...
Speech...on the bill providing for the reduction and graduation of the price of the public lands.
Speeches of Messrs. Buchanan and Benton, on the bill to admit the state of Michigan into the union.
Substance of Mr. Benton's speech on the motion for a reduction of the duty on salt : delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 1830.
Texas annexation bill : speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in reply to Mr. McDuffie, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Saturday, June 15, 1844.
Thirty years in the U.S. Senate
Thirty years' view; or, A history of the working of the American government for thirty years, from 1820-1850. Chiefly taken from the Congress debates, the private papers of General Jackson, and the speeches of ex-Senator Benton, with his actual view of men and affairs. With historical notes and illustrations, and some notices of eminent deceased contemporaries, by a Senator of thirty years.
Thirty years' view, or, A history of the working of the American government for thirty years from 1820 to 1850. A senator of thirty years [i.e. Thomas Hart Benton].
Thirty years' view, or, a history of the working of the American government for thirty years, from 1820 to 1850 : chiefly taken from the Congress debates, the private papers of General Jackson, and the speeches of ex-Senator Benton, with his actual view of men and affairs : with historical notes and illustrations, and some notices of eminent deceased contemporaries
Thirty years' view; or, a history of the working of the American government for thirty years, from 1820 to 1850 : chiefly taken from the Congress debates, the private papers of general Jackson and the speeches of ex-senator Benton, with his actual view of men and affairs : with historical notes and illustrations, and some notices of eminent deceased cotemporaries
Thomas Hart Benton papers
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