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  • N.Y. Court of Appeals. Report of the Lemmon Slave Case Containing Points and Arguments of Counsel on Both Sides, and Opinions of All the Judges. New York: Horace Greeley & Co., 1860.
  • Needlepoint bookmark, letters stitched in red thread: "Gott Liebe Dich [May God Love You]".
  • Newspaper clipping from an unidentified newspaper of 1862. Gen. Toombs's Cotton Crop. [Reprint of a telegram from the Committee of Public Safety in Cuthbert, Georgia, ordering Robert Toombs, then a general of a Georgia military brigade in Virginia, and formerly the first Secretary of State of the Confederacy, to grow less cotton and donate his slaves to the committee, for the defense of the Chattahoochee River; and a reprint of Toombs' refusal, dated June 11, 1862, on the grounds that the committee had no right to rob him of his property].
  • Newspaper clippings from the National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C., June and July, 1859, on naturalization and expatriation, particularly on the rights or lack of rights of naturalized citizens to voluntarily serve in the army of their country of origin.
  • Newspaper clippings from the New York Times, 1904.
  • Notes on Fallacies of American Protectionists. Francis Lieber. Published by American Free Trade League, 1870. (PDF)
  • Notes to His Sketch of Bunker-Hill Battle. Samuel Swett, Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1825.
  • Novum Testamentum Tetraglotton. Archetypum Graecum cum Versionibus Vulgata Latina, Germanica Lutheri et Anglica Authentica in Usum Manualem edendum curaverunt C.G.G. Theile et R. Stier [The New Testament in Four-Language Parallel Texts: the Greek Original, with the Latin Vulgate, Lutheran German, and Authorized English, for use as a handbook, edited by C.G.G. Theile and R. Stier]. Bielefeldiae (Bielefeld): Velhagen & Klasing, 1855.
  • Observations on Senator [Stephen A.] Douglas's Views of Popular Sovereignty, as expressed in Harper's Magazine, for September, 1859. Washington, D.C.: Thomas McGill, Printer, 1859.
  • Oliver Cromwell’s Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations. New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1845. Part 1 of 2 volumes.
  • Oliver Cromwell’s Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations. New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1845. Part 1 of 2 volumes.
  • On International Copyright, in a Letter to Hon. William C. Preston, Senator of the United States. Francis Lieber. New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1840. (PDF)
  • On the Political and Social Effects of Different Methods of Electing Representatives, read March 10, 1869. H.R. Droop, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of Lincoln's Inn, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Papers Read Before the Juridical Society, Vol. III, Part XII, March 1869, London. (PDF)
  • Opinion of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, in the Cases of Smith vs. Turner and Norris vs. the City of Boston. Washington, D.C., Office of the Printer to the Senate, 1849.
  • Original Anecdotes of Frederic the Second, King of Prussia, and of His Family, His Court, His Ministers, His Academies, and His Literary Friends: Collected During a familiar Intercourse of Twenty Years with that Prince. Vol. II. Dieudonne Thiebault, translator. London: C. Mercer and Co. 1805. (PDF)
  • Outlines of Political Economy: Being a Republication of the Article upon that Subject Contained in the Edinburgh Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Together with Notes Explanatory and Critical, and a Summary of the Science. John McVickar. New York: Wilder & Campbell, 1825.
  • Paris in December, 1851, or, thr Coup D'Etat of Napolean III, Eugene Tenot. New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1870.
  • Pay Department. Colonel Benjamin Alvord, Paymaster-General. Paymaster-General's Office, Washington, D.C., April 19, 1873. Circular No. 98. Pay Department Appropriations 1874. Army and Navy Journal, May 10, 1873.
  • The Peril of Prussianism. Douglas Wilson Johnson, Associate Professor of Physiography in Columbia University, New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, and London: The Knickerbocker Press, 1917. (PDF)
  • Peter Schlemihl's Wundersame Geschichte [The Wonderful History of Peter Schlemihl]. Adelbert von Chamisso, Nurnberg: J.L. Schrag, 1842. (PDF)
  • Political Dictionary; forming a work of universal reference, both constitutional and legal; and embracing the terms of civil administration, of political economy and social relations, and of all the more important statistical departments of finance and commerce. In two volumes. Volume I. London: Charles Knight and Co., 1845. (PDF)
  • Political Dictionary; forming a work of universal reference, both constitutional and legal; and embracing the terms of civil administration, of political economy and social relations, and of all the more important statistical departments of finance and commerce. In two volumes. Volume II. London: Charles Knight and Co., 1845.
  • The Political History of the United States of America, During the Great Rebellion, Including a Classified Summary of the Legislation of the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress, the Three Sessions of the Thirty-Seventh Congress, the First Session of the Thirty-Eighth Congress, with the Votes Thereon, and the Important Executive, Judicial, and Politico-Military Facts of that Eventful Period; Together with the Organization, Legislation, and General Proceedings of the Rebel Administration; and an Appendix Containing the Principal Political Facts of the Campaign of 1864, a Chapter on the Church and the Rebellion, and the Proceedings of the Second Session of the Thirty-Eighth Congress. Edward McPherson. Washington, DC: Philip & Solomans, 1865.
  • A Political Manual for 1866, including a classified summary of the important executive, legislative, and politico-military facts of the period, from President Johnson's accession, April 15, 1865, to July 4, 1866; and containing a full record of the action of each branch of the government on Reconstruction. By Edward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Philp & Solomons, 1866.
  • A Political Manual for 1867, including a classified summary of the important executive, legislative, and politico-military facts of the period, from July 4, 1866, to April 1, 1867, including the late action of Congress on Reconstruction. By Edward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Philp & Solomons, 1867.
  • A Political Manual for 1869, including a classified summary of the important executive, legislative, and politico-military and general facts of the period, from July 15, 1868, to July 15, 1869. By Edward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States. Washington City: Philp & Solomons, 1869.
  • A Popular Essay on Subjects of Penal Law, and on Uninterrupted Solitary Confinement at Labor as Contradistinguished to Solitary Confinement at Night and Joint Labor by Day, in a Letter to John Bacon, Esquire President of the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. Published by Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. Philadelphia: E.G. Dorsey, 1838. (PDF)
  • Popular Sovereignty in the Territories. Judge Douglas in Reply to Judge Black [Jeremiah Sullivan Black].
  • Postcard postmarked New York, November 21, 1879, addressed to "Col. G.N. Lieber, U.S.A., West Point, N.Y." Announcement of general meetings of the Military Service Instituton of the United States, at which the following papers will be read: "The Pointing of Sea Coast Guns," by James Chester; "Education in its Relation to the Military Professino in the U.S.," by P.S. Michie; and "The School of Submarine Minig at Willett's Point," by H.L. Abbot.
  • Practical Remarks on the Proceedings of General Court Martial. Major Vans Kennedy. London: A. Strahan, 1825.
  • Principes du Droit Naturel, par J.J. Burlamaqui, Conseiller d'Etat, & ci-devant Professeur en Droit Naturel & Civil a Geneve. Premiere Partie [Principles of Natural Law, by J.J. Burlamaqui, Counselor of State and former Professor of Natural and Civil Law in Geneva. Vol. I]. Geneve: Chez Barrillot & Fils, 1748.
  • Principes du Droit Naturel, par J.J. Burlamaqui, Conseiller d'Etat, & ci-devant Professeur en Droit Naturel & Civil a Geneve. Premiere Partie [Principles of Natural Law, by J.J. Burlamaqui, Counselor of State and former Professor of Natural and Civil Law in Geneva. Vol. II]. Geneve: Chez Barrillot & Fils, 1748.
  • The Principles of Criminal Pleading. Franklin Fiske Heard, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1879. (PDF)
  • Prison Discipline. The Auburn and Pennsylvania Systems Compared. From the New York Review for January, 1840. New York: Published by Alexander V. Blake, 1839.
  • The Proceedings of a Court of Enquiry, held at the special request of Brigadier Gleneral Josiah Harmar, to investigate his conduct, as commanding officer of the expedition against the Miami Indians, 1790: the same having been transmitted by Major General St. Clair, to the Secretary of the United States, for the Department of War. Published by authority. Philadelphia: Printed by John Fenno, 1791.
  • Proposed Changes in International Law. Review by R.H. Dana, Jr., of a tract in French, by Carlos Calvo, "Examen des Trois Regles de Droit International Proposees dans le Traite de Washington [Survey of the Three Rules of International Law Set Forth in the Treaty of Washington (1871]." The Nation, March 11, 1875, p.167-169.
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