3 edition of Speech of Senator Douglas found in the catalog.
Speech of Senator Douglas
Douglas, Stephen Arnold
|LC Classifications||E433 .D737 1854|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||20001723|
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The th anniversary observance of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates included a re-enactment of Abraham Lincoln’s famous “House Divided Speech” in the same room he gave it to the Illinois. Fellow-citizens: Another election which is deemed an important one is approaching, and, as I suppose, the Republican party will without much difficulty elect their State ticket. But in regard to the Legislature, we, the Republicans, labor under some disadvantages. In the first place, we have a Legislature to elect upon an apportionment of the representation made several years ago, .
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(Mr. Lincoln Was Not Present.). 14 Speech of Senator Douglas. ON THE OCCASION OF HIS PUBLIC RECEPTION AT CHICAGO, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 9, (MR. LINCOLN WAS PRESENT.) MR. DOUGLAS said, — MR. CHAIRMAN AND FELLOW-CITIZENS: I can find no language which can adequately express my profound gratitude for the magnificent welcome which you have extended to me Author: Stephen A.
Douglas, Arthur Brooks Lapsley. Get this from a library. Speech of Senator Douglas, of Illinois against the admission of Kansas under the Lecompton constitution: delivered in the Senate of the United States, Ma [Stephen A Douglas]. Kansas--Lecompton convention. Speech of Senator Douglas, of Illinois, on the President's message.
The Lincoln–Douglas debates (also known as The Great Debates of ) were a series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln, the Republican Party candidate for the United States Senate from Illinois, and incumbent Senator Stephen Douglas, the Democratic Party candidate.
Until the 17th Constitutional Amendment ofsenators were elected by state legislatures, so. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates by Lincoln, Abraham; Douglas, Stephen Arnold; Holzer, Harold and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Stephen A. Douglas, in full Stephen Arnold Douglas, (born ApBrandon, Vermont, U.S.—died June 3,Chicago, Illinois), American politician, leader of the Democratic Party, and orator who espoused the cause of popular sovereignty in relation to the issue of slavery in the territories before the American Civil War (–65).
He was reelected senator from Illinois in. Stephen A. Douglas () was a U.S. politician, leader of the Democratic Party, and orator who espoused the cause of popular sovereignty in relation to. Pamphlet titled, "Address of the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, at the annual fair of the New York State Agricultural Society," published inpertaining to agriculture in the United States; newspaper clipping of Douglas's speech (12 June ; Springfield, Ill.) concerning the Kansas question, the Dred Scott decision, and Utah; and list (circa ) of Douglas's correspondents.
see other formats speech of senator douglas, at a public dinner given him by his personal and political friends, at chicago, november 9, washington: printed at the congressional globe office.
(* 3 1 i i the douglas banquet. Full text of "The issues of speech of Senator Douglas delivered at Bloomington, Ill., July 16th, " See other formats Douglas, Stephen A. D74s Speech delivered at Bloomington J LINCOLN ROOM UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY This document or book has been de acidified by WEI T'O solution to maintain its integrity and.
POLITICAL.; THE PRESIDENTIAL CANVASS. The Slavery Question and the Republican Party. Reply of Senator Douglas, of Illinois, to the Speech of Mr. Seward. An emotional speech made by Oklahoma Republican Sen.
James Lankford about protecting the life of the unborn has received over 4 million views and overshares on Facebook. Though posted recently by the pro-life group Live Action, Lankford’s remarks from the Senate floor were made in response to the revelation that Planned Parenthood.
SENATOR DOUGLAS' SPEECH. Special Correspondence of the Missouri Republican. Springfield, October 3, The noble packet Reindeer was not long in speeding from your city to Alton, on Monday evening last, Mr.
Editor, and your humble servant wended his way to the depot of the C. and M. R., to take the train for this city. There was a great Author: Graham A.
Peck. Excerpt from Reply of Hon. Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, to the Speech of Senator Douglas: In the U. Senate, May 16 In the last four years, a divisio has arisen in the Democratic party upon the const tion of one of the articles of its creed.
It behooves as, in that state of the case, to decide what the true construction is; for if the party he not a union of men, Format: Pasta blanda. Douglas MacArthur (Janu - April 5, ), was a famous American general who played a prominent role in the Pacific theater of World War II.
He was poised to command the invasion of Japan in November but was instead instructed to accept their surrender on September 2, Allegiance: United States Army. Author of Non-interference by Congress with slavery in the territories, Popular sovereignty in the territories, Speech of Hon.
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Gwin at Grass Valley, Cal, The dividing .1 print: lithograph on wove paper ; x cm. (image) | Rival presidential nominees Lincoln and Douglas are matched in a footrace, in which Lincoln's long stride is a clear advantage.
Both sprint down a path toward the U.S. Capitol, which appears in the background right. They are separated from it by a rail fence, a reference to Lincoln's popular image as a rail-splitter.