Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 7 (of 20)
Charles Sumner
Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 7 (of 20)
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Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 7 (of 20)
CONTENTS OF VOLUME VII.
THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF SLAVERY SHOWN FROM ITS BARBARISM.
THE FUGITIVE SLAVE ACT MUST BE A DEAD LETTER.
EXAMPLE OF MASSACHUSETTS AGAINST SLAVERY.
CONTRIBUTIONS OF SCHOOLS FOR STATUE OF HORACE MANN.
REMINISCENCE OF THE LATE THEODORE PARKER.
THREAT OF DISUNION BY THE SLAVE STATES, AND ITS ABSURDITY.
NO POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY IN TERRITORIES CAN ESTABLISH SLAVERY.
EVENING BEFORE THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
EVENING AFTER THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
JOY AND SORROW IN THE RECENT ELECTION.
THE VICTORY AND PRESENT DUTIES.
MODERATION IN VICTORY; STANDING BY OUR PRINCIPLES.
MEMORIAL STONES OF THE WASHINGTONS IN ENGLAND.
LAFAYETTE, THE FAITHFUL ONE.
ADDRESS.
APPENDIX.
DISUNION AND A SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY: THE OBJECT.
ATTEMPT AT COMPROMISE: THE CRITTENDEN PROPOSITIONS.
ANXIETIES AND PROSPECTS DURING THE WINTER.
NO SURRENDER OF THE NORTHERN FORTS.
DUTY AND STRENGTH OF THE COMING ADMINISTRATION.
FOREIGN RELATIONS: ARBITRATION.
BEGINNING OF THE CONFLICT.
PASSPORTS FOR COLORED CITIZENS.
OBJECT OF THE WAR.
SYMPATHIES OF THE CIVILIZED WORLD NOT TO BE REPELLED.
EMANCIPATION OUR BEST WEAPON.
SPEECH.
APPENDIX.
THE PRESIDENT AND MR. SUMNER ON EMANCIPATION.
POLICY OF FORBEARANCE.
CRITICISM AND COMMENT.
THE PRESS.
CORRESPONDENCE.
THE PRESIDENT AND MR. SUMNER ON EMANCIPATION.
POLICY OF FORBEARANCE.
CRITICISM AND COMMENT.
THE PRESS.
CORRESPONDENCE.
THE REBELLION: ITS ORIGIN AND MAINSPRING.
SPEECH.
APPENDIX.
WELCOME TO FUGITIVE SLAVES.
SLAVERY AND THE BLACK CODE IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
THE LATE SENATOR BINGHAM, WITH PROTEST AGAINST SLAVERY.
THE LATE SENATOR BAKER, WITH CALL FOR EMANCIPATION.
APPENDIX.
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