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Alphabetical Index of the Lieber Collection: F - H

  • The Federalist. A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States. A collection of essays, by Alexander Hamilton, Jay and Madison. Also the Continentalist and other papers, by Hamilton. Edited by John C. Hamilton. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1864.
  • Four separate loose-leaf pages of handwritten notes, including terminology and page references. One undated scrap of an unidentified newspaper with a news item, "The Oyster Trade of Baltimore," on one side of the scrap of page and an advertisement for "Bailey's English Grammar," on the other side of the scrap of page.
  • Fragments of Political Science on Nationalism and Inter-Nationalism. Francis Lieber, New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 1868.
  • Franz Lieber [Franz is the German form of the name, Francis]. Reprint of an article from Preussische Jahrbucher [Prussian Yearbooks], by H. Holst, Vol. 51, No. 4, 1883, p.333-368. Reprinted in "The Life and Letters of Francis Lieber," edited by Thomas Sergeant Perry, Boston, 1882; and in "The Miscellaneous Writings of Francis Lieber," edited by Daniel C. Gilman, 2 volumes, Philadelphia, 1881. It is not clear how the reprint appears in two other publications published before the original.
  • Full text of the note: "This is a choice volume and by no means to be disposed of as mere old pamphlets by my heirs. J.W. Otis Esq, son of Harrison Gray Otis, sent me the Hartford Convention portion, through his son Frank, to the college. N.Y. Sept 1864. F.L."
  • Die Gefängnissverbesserung, Insbesondere die Bedeutung und Durchfuhrung der Einzelnhaft. K.J. (Karl Joseph Anton) Mittermaier. Erlangen: Enke, 1858. (PDF)
  • General Orders No. 36. War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, May 14, 1874. Reverdy Johnson, Assistant Attorney General. By order of the Secretary of War: E.D. Townsend, Adjutant General. [Opinion of Reverdy Johnson that acts passed by Congress to regulate telegraph lines, provide government aid in their construction, and give the government the right to use them, are constitutional].
  • General Orders No. 72. Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, October 2, 1878. By command of General Sherman: E.D. Townsend, Adjutant General. [Computation of wages earned].
  • General Rules for Punctuation and for the Use of Capital Letters. Cambridge: Charles W. Sever, 1875.
  • The Germans in France. Notes on the Method and Conduct of the Invasion; the Relations Between Invaders and Invaded; and the Modern Usages of War. Partly reproduced from the "Times" by permission of the proprietors. H. Sutherland Edwards, London: E. Sanford, 1874.
  • Gesammelte Werke Friedrichs des Grossen in Prosa. Herausgegeben und ubersetzt von J.M. Jost. Ausgabe in einem Bande [Collected Works of Frederick the Great of Prussia. Edited and compiled by J.M. Jost. Edition in one volume]. Berlin: von Lament (Leivent), 1837.
  • Geschichte Der Herenprocesse. Dr. Wilhelm Gottlieb Soldan, J.G Cottafchen Buchhandlung, Stuttgart und Lubingen. 1843. (PDF)
  • Geschichte Der Letzten Vierzig Jahre. Wolfgang Menzel. Stuttgart: Verlag von Adolph Krabbe, 1857.
  • Geschichte der Neuesten Zeit. New York: George & Bernard Westermann Brothers, 1848.
  • Die Geschichte des Alterthums. Max Duncker. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot: 1857.
  • Geschichte des Alterthums. Erster Band. Aegypten und die Volker des Westlichen Asien von den Anfangen Historischer Kunde bis auf die Zeiten des Kyros. 3000-550 v. Chr. [History of Antiquity. Volume One. (Subtitle at head of table of contents): Egypt and the Peoples of West Asia from the Beginning of Historical Records to the Time of Cyrus. 3000-550 BC]. Max Duncker. Zweite verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage [Second edition, revised and enlarged]. Berlin: Verlag von Duncker und Humblot, 1855.
  • Die Geschichte des Alterthums. Max Duncker. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot: 1856.
  • Die Geschichte des Alterthums. Max Duncker. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot: 1856.
  • Geschichte des Feldzugs von 1815 in den Niederlanden und Frankreich als Beitrag zur Kriegsgeschichte der neuern Kriege. Mit drei illuminirten Planen. Zweiter Theil [History of the Campaign of 1815 in the Netherlands and France as a Contribution to the Military History of the Recent War. With three foldouts. Part Two]. Berlin, Posen, Bromberg: Ernst Siegfried Mittler, 1838.
  • Geschichte Europa’s vom Sturze Napoleons bis auf die Gegenwart. Geschichte der Letzten Vierzig Jahre (1816-1856) [History of Europe from the Downfall of Napoleon to the Present. History of the Last Forty Years (1816-1856)]. Wolfgang Menzel. Vol I. Stuttgart: Verlag von Adolph Krabbe, 1857.
  • Guerrilla Parties. Considered with Reference to the Laws and Usages of War. Francis Lieber. (PDF)
  • Habeas Corpus and Martial Law. A Review of the Opinion of Chief Justice Taney in the Case of John Merryman. Joel Parker. Cambridge, MA: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, 1861.
  • Handwritten notes to himself, by Francis Lieber, on a loose-leaf piece of ruled notebook paper, under the heading "Points," concerning the relations of neutrals and foreign countries with insurgents.
  • History of Bunker Hill Battle, with a Plan. Second edition. Much enlarged with new information derived from the surviving soldiers present at the celebration on the 17th June last, and notes. Samuel Swett, Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1826.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. I. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. II. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. III. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. IV. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. IX New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. V. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. VI. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. VII. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. VIII. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852. Reprinted from the London edition.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. X. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853. Reprinted from the London edition.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. XI. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853. Reprinted from the London edition.
  • History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. XII. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857. Reprinted from the London edition.
  • The History of Rome. G.B. Niebuhr. Translated by Julius Charles Hare and Connop Thirlwall, Vol. I, Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle, 1835.
  • The History of Rome. G.B. Niebuhr. Translated by Julius Charles Hare and Connop Thirlwall, Vol. II, Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle, 1835.
  • The History of Rome. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1837.
  • History of the Origin, Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United States; with Notices of Its Principal Framers. By George Ticknor Curtis. In two volumes. Volume I. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1854.
  • History of the Origin, Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United States; with Notices of Its Principal Framers. By George Ticknor Curtis. In two volumes. Volume II. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1858.
  • The History of the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. Edward Gibbon. London: Joseph Ogle Robinson, London, 1830.
  • History of the United States, from the Discovery of the American Continent. George Bancroft. Vol. X, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1874.
  • History Vindicated: A Letter to the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas on His "Harper" Essay. Undated open letter, New York Tribune, [1859?], arguing that slavery should be excluded from any territory, whether the people of that territory vote for it or not. Douglas' position was that slavery should be permitted where the people vote for it and excluded where the people vote against it.
  • Hon. Reverdy Johnson vs. the Decision of the Supreme Court of the Dred Scott Case. Extended letter to The Constitution, Washington City, undated, signed with only the letter "C.," arguing that under the Dred Scott decision, Congress cannot prohibit slavery in Kansas even if the people there vote to do so.
  • Hon. Stephen A. Douglas at Wooster [Ohio]. 15,000 People Present. Enthusiastic Reception Along the Route. 10,000 Persons Meet Him at the Depot. Signed, "H.S.W." Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer, September 16 [1859].
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