Remarks of Mr. Brooks in the House of Representatives, March 7.: The biggest deficiency bill ever known in the world's history. $108,422,817. Over 102 millions beyond the estimates. War against Napoleon cost only $906,000 in six years. We spend $1,000,000 in a single year. Lawless use of the public money. Thirty millions to carry election under the mock name of transportation.
|Main Author:||Brooks, James, 1810-1873.|
|Other Authors:||Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge (New York, N.Y.), McLellan Lincoln Collection (Brown University)|
[New York, N.Y. : Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge, 1864
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- The true issue! : Chapter I. A million of men to be recalled from the field of battle, and disbanded--whipped! Disunion to be submitted to by 20,000,000 of freemen at the hands of 300,000 slaveholding rebels! A North-Western confederacy! Each state to set up for itself! The K.G.C.'s, O.A.K.'s, and Sons of Liberty, will get up a Northern "Democratic" rebellion! ... M'Clellan to command the insurrectionary army!! Published: (1864)
Speech of Mr. Pugh to 50,000 voters, who nominated Vallandigham, and resolved to elect him governor of Ohio..
By: Pugh, George E. 1822-1876. Published: (1863)
The Hon. James Brooks' speech, before the Union Democratic Association, 932 Broadway, Tuesday evening, December 30, 1862. : "Hold fast to the Constitution." ...
By: Brooks, James, 1810-1873. Published: (1863)
Mr. Evans for the presidency.
By: Evans, Estwick, 1787-1866. Published: (1864)
Speech of Hon. Edgar Cowan, of Pennsylvania, in the Senate of the United States June 27, 1864, : on Mr. Trumbull's amendment repealing the joint resolution of July 17, 1862, qualifying the confiscation act and limiting forfeitures under it to the life of the offender..
By: Cowan, Edgar, 1815-1885. Published: (1864)