Book/Printed Material Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principles, as well as against the national union-- illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. The slave aristocracy against democracy. Statements addressed to loyal men of all parties, including the antagonistic principles involved in the rebellion--

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Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principles, as well as against the national union-- illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. The slave aristocracy against democracy. Statements addressed to loyal men of all parties, including the antagonistic principles involved in the rebellion--
Contributor Names
O'Reilly, Henry, 1806-1886.
Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, 1815-1875.
Sherwood, Lorenzo, active 1867.
Democratic League (N.Y.).
African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
New York, Baker & Godwin, Printers, 1862.
Subject Headings
-  United States--Politics and government--1861-1865
Notes
-  Cover title.
-  Also available in digital form.
Medium
16, 8 p. 23 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E458.2 .O66
E185 .A254 container O, no. 216 Another copy. Formerly part of YA Collection: YA 16757. Purchase from Arba Blodget, Feb. 28, 1901.
E185 .A254 container O, no. 216 Copy 2 Another copy. Formerly part of YA Collection: YA 20413.
YA 12043 Copy no. undetermined. Imperfect: p. 5-14 (Sherwood's speech) only.
Library of Congress Control Number
03005076
Language
English
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Cover title. Also available in digital form.
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Chicago citation style:

O'Reilly, Henry, Andrew Jackson Hamilton, Lorenzo Sherwood, Democratic League, African American Pamphlet Collection, and Ya Pamphlet Collection. Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principles, as well as against the national union-- illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. The slave aristocracy against democracy. Statements addressed to loyal men of all parties, including the antagonistic principles involved in the rebellion. New York, Baker & Godwin, Printers, 1862. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/03005076/.

APA citation style:

O'Reilly, H., Hamilton, A. J., Sherwood, L., Democratic League, African American Pamphlet Collection & Ya Pamphlet Collection. (1862) Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principles, as well as against the national union-- illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. The slave aristocracy against democracy. Statements addressed to loyal men of all parties, including the antagonistic principles involved in the rebellion. New York, Baker & Godwin, Printers. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/03005076/.

MLA citation style:

O'Reilly, Henry, et al. Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principles, as well as against the national union-- illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. The slave aristocracy against democracy. Statements addressed to loyal men of all parties, including the antagonistic principles involved in the rebellion. New York, Baker & Godwin, Printers, 1862. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/03005076/>.

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