Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 20 (of 20)
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Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 20 (of 20)

By Charles Sumner
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Table of Contents
  • Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 19 (of 20)
  • CONTENTS OF VOLUME XX.
  • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: ITS PROPER NUMBER.
  • REFORM AND PURITY IN GOVERNMENT: NEUTRAL DUTIES. SALE OF ARMS TO BELLIGERENT FRANCE.
    • APPENDIX.
  • PARLIAMENTARY LAW ON THE APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE.
    • PROTEST.
    • SECOND PROTEST.
  • BOOKS ON THE FREE LIST.
  • THE NASBY LETTERS.
  • ADVICE TO THE COLORED PEOPLE.
  • DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES NOT TO ACCEPT GIFTS FROM FOREIGN POWERS.
  • PRESERVATION OF THE PARK AT WASHINGTON.
  • HOURS OF LABOR.
  • ARBITRATION AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR WAR.
  • REPUBLICANISM VS. GRANTISM.
    • THE PRESIDENCY A TRUST, NOT A PLAYTHING AND PERQUISITE.—PERSONAL GOVERNMENT AND PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSIONS.—REFORM AND PURITY IN GOVERNMENT.
    • SPEECH.
      • ORIGIN AND OBJECT OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
      • THE REPUBLICAN PARTY SEIZED BY THE PRESIDENT.
      • PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSIONS.
      • PERSONAL GOVERNMENT UNREPUBLICAN.
      • THE PRESIDENT AS A CIVILIAN.
      • TESTIMONY OF THE LATE EDWIN M. STANTON.
      • DUTY TO MAKE EXPOSURE.
      • TWO TYPICAL INSTANCES.
      • NEPOTISM OF THE PRESIDENT.
      • ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF NEPOTISM.
      • AMERICAN AUTHORITIES ON NEPOTISM.
      • PRESIDENTIAL APOLOGIES FOR NEPOTISM.
      • GIFT-TAKING,—AND REPAYMENT WITH OFFICE.
      • THE PRESIDENCY A PERQUISITE.
      • THE PRESIDENT’S INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
      • SELECTION OF HIS CABINET.
      • APPROPRIATION OF THE OFFICES.
      • PRESIDENTIAL ASSAULT ON A SAFEGUARD OF THE TREASURY.
      • ILLEGAL MILITARY RING AT THE EXECUTIVE MANSION.
      • UNREPUBLICAN SUBORDINATION OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT TO THE GENERAL-IN-CHIEF.
      • THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY BY DEPUTY.
      • PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSION AT THE INDIAN BUREAU.
      • MILITARY INTERFERENCE AT ELECTIONS.
      • PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSION AGAIN.
      • PRESIDENTIAL INTERFERENCE IN LOCAL POLITICS.
      • PRESIDENTIAL CONTRIVANCE AGAINST SAN DOMINGO.
      • PRESIDENTIAL VIOLATIONS OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW.
      • WHERE WAS THE GRAND INQUEST OF THE NATION?
      • INDIGNITY TO THE AFRICAN RACE.
      • ALL THESE THINGS IN ISSUE NOW.
      • THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL QUARRELLER.
      • DUTY OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
      • ONE TERM FOR PRESIDENT.
      • HIS UNFITNESS FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE.
      • APOLOGIES FOR THE PRESIDENT.
      • THE PRESIDENT AS CANDIDATE.
    • ORIGIN AND OBJECT OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
    • THE REPUBLICAN PARTY SEIZED BY THE PRESIDENT.
    • PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSIONS.
    • PERSONAL GOVERNMENT UNREPUBLICAN.
    • THE PRESIDENT AS A CIVILIAN.
    • TESTIMONY OF THE LATE EDWIN M. STANTON.
    • DUTY TO MAKE EXPOSURE.
    • TWO TYPICAL INSTANCES.
    • NEPOTISM OF THE PRESIDENT.
    • ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF NEPOTISM.
    • AMERICAN AUTHORITIES ON NEPOTISM.
    • PRESIDENTIAL APOLOGIES FOR NEPOTISM.
    • GIFT-TAKING,—AND REPAYMENT WITH OFFICE.
    • THE PRESIDENCY A PERQUISITE.
    • THE PRESIDENT’S INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
    • SELECTION OF HIS CABINET.
    • APPROPRIATION OF THE OFFICES.
    • PRESIDENTIAL ASSAULT ON A SAFEGUARD OF THE TREASURY.
    • ILLEGAL MILITARY RING AT THE EXECUTIVE MANSION.
    • UNREPUBLICAN SUBORDINATION OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT TO THE GENERAL-IN-CHIEF.
    • THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY BY DEPUTY.
    • PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSION AT THE INDIAN BUREAU.
    • MILITARY INTERFERENCE AT ELECTIONS.
    • PRESIDENTIAL PRETENSION AGAIN.
    • PRESIDENTIAL INTERFERENCE IN LOCAL POLITICS.
    • PRESIDENTIAL CONTRIVANCE AGAINST SAN DOMINGO.
    • PRESIDENTIAL VIOLATIONS OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW.
    • WHERE WAS THE GRAND INQUEST OF THE NATION?
    • INDIGNITY TO THE AFRICAN RACE.
    • ALL THESE THINGS IN ISSUE NOW.
    • THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL QUARRELLER.
    • DUTY OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
    • ONE TERM FOR PRESIDENT.
    • HIS UNFITNESS FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE.
    • APOLOGIES FOR THE PRESIDENT.
    • THE PRESIDENT AS CANDIDATE.
  • INTEREST AND DUTY OF COLORED CITIZENS IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
    • LETTER.
      • QUESTIONS PROPOSED.
      • ANTECEDENTS OF THE CANDIDATES.
      • GRANT’S INDIGNITY TO THE COLORED RACE.
      • FALSE IMPRISONMENT OF AN AMERICAN CITIZEN.
      • HARD TO BEAR THESE OUTRAGES.
      • OTHER ANTECEDENTS.
      • PRESENT POSITION OF CANDIDATES.
      • NOMINATIONS OF THE TWO CANDIDATES.
      • THE TWO PLATFORMS.
      • SUPPORTERS OF THE TWO CANDIDATES.
      • DEMOCRATS TURNING REPUBLICANS.
      • GREELEY’S ELECTION THE TRIUMPH OF REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES.
      • VOTE FOR GREELEY.
      • TOO MUCH OF A REPUBLICAN TO VOTE FOR GRANT.
      • PRINCIPLES ABOVE PARTY.
      • GREELEY’S NOMINATION A RESPONSE TO LONGING FOR PEACE.
      • RECONCILIATION.
      • WATCHWORD FOR THE CANVASS.
    • QUESTIONS PROPOSED.
    • ANTECEDENTS OF THE CANDIDATES.
    • GRANT’S INDIGNITY TO THE COLORED RACE.
    • FALSE IMPRISONMENT OF AN AMERICAN CITIZEN.
    • HARD TO BEAR THESE OUTRAGES.
    • OTHER ANTECEDENTS.
    • PRESENT POSITION OF CANDIDATES.
    • NOMINATIONS OF THE TWO CANDIDATES.
    • THE TWO PLATFORMS.
    • SUPPORTERS OF THE TWO CANDIDATES.
    • DEMOCRATS TURNING REPUBLICANS.
    • GREELEY’S ELECTION THE TRIUMPH OF REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES.
    • VOTE FOR GREELEY.
    • TOO MUCH OF A REPUBLICAN TO VOTE FOR GRANT.
    • PRINCIPLES ABOVE PARTY.
    • GREELEY’S NOMINATION A RESPONSE TO LONGING FOR PEACE.
    • RECONCILIATION.
    • WATCHWORD FOR THE CANVASS.
  • LETTER TO SPEAKER BLAINE.
  • RETROSPECT AND PROMISE.
  • FREDERICK DOUGLASS AND PRESIDENT GRANT.
  • GREELEY OR GRANT?
    • SPEECH.
      • THE TWO CANDIDATES.
      • TWO REASONS IN FAVOR OF GREELEY.
      • NEPOTISM.
      • GIFT-TAKING.
      • GIFT-MAKERS APPOINTED TO OFFICE.
      • SAN DOMINGO.
      • PERSONAL MISREPRESENTATIONS.
      • ONE-TERM PRINCIPLE.
      • RECONCILIATION.
      • PERSONAL RECORD.
      • PERSONAL DUTY.
      • PREJUDICE AND INVENTION.
      • ADHESION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
      • MOTIVES TO KEEP THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY TRUE.
      • FAITH IN HORACE GREELEY.
      • ANSWER TO TWO OBJECTIONS.
      • THE OLIVE-BRANCH AND EQUAL RIGHTS.
    • THE TWO CANDIDATES.
    • TWO REASONS IN FAVOR OF GREELEY.
    • NEPOTISM.
    • GIFT-TAKING.
    • GIFT-MAKERS APPOINTED TO OFFICE.
    • SAN DOMINGO.
    • PERSONAL MISREPRESENTATIONS.
    • ONE-TERM PRINCIPLE.
    • RECONCILIATION.
    • PERSONAL RECORD.
    • PERSONAL DUTY.
    • PREJUDICE AND INVENTION.
    • ADHESION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
    • MOTIVES TO KEEP THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY TRUE.
    • FAITH IN HORACE GREELEY.
    • ANSWER TO TWO OBJECTIONS.
    • THE OLIVE-BRANCH AND EQUAL RIGHTS.
  • NO NAMES OF BATTLES WITH FELLOW-CITIZENS ON THE ARMY-REGISTER OR THE REGIMENTAL COLORS OF THE UNITED STATES.
  • TRIBUTE TO HORACE GREELEY.
  • RELIEF OF BOSTON.
  • THE LATE HON. GARRETT DAVIS, SENATOR OF KENTUCKY.
  • EQUALITY IN CIVIL RIGHTS.
  • EQUAL RIGHTS OF COLORED FELLOW-CITIZENS IN NORMAL SCHOOLS.
  • THE PRESIDENT OF HAYTI AND MR. SUMNER.
    • MR. SUMNER’S REPLY.
  • INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION.
  • A COMMON-SCHOOL SYSTEM IRRESPECTIVE OF COLOR.
  • BOSTON: ITS PROPER BOUNDARIES.
  • YELLOW FEVER AT MEMPHIS AND SHREVEPORT: AID FOR THE SUFFERERS.
  • THE CASE OF THE VIRGINIUS.
  • THE SUPPLEMENTARY CIVIL-RIGHTS BILL AGAIN: IMMEDIATE ACTION URGED.
  • OUR PILGRIM FOREFATHERS.
  • SUPPLEMENTARY CIVIL-RIGHTS BILL: THE LAST APPEAL.
  • FOOTNOTES
  • INDEX.
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