Key-Notes of American Liberty Comprising the most important speeches, proclamations, and acts of Congress, from the foundation of the government to the present time
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Key-Notes of American Liberty Comprising the most important speeches, proclamations, and acts of Congress, from the foundation of the government to the present time

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  • KEY-NOTES OF AMERICAN LIBERTY;
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
    • A DECLARATION.
  • CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • ARTICLE I.
      • ARTICLE II.
      • ARTICLE III.
      • ARTICLE IV.
      • ARTICLE V.
      • ARTICLE VI.
      • ARTICLE VII.
    • ARTICLE II.
    • ARTICLE III.
    • ARTICLE IV.
    • ARTICLE V.
    • ARTICLE VI.
    • ARTICLE VII.
  • AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION.
  • THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.
  • PROPOSED AMENDMENTS.
    • ARTICLE—.
  • THE ORDINANCE OF 1787.
    • ARTICLE VI.
  • THE FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL OF 1793.
    • ADOPTED FEBRUARY 12, 1793.
  • THE FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL OF 1850.
    • SIGNED SEPTEMBER 18, 1850.
  • THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE.
    • ADOPTED MARCH 6, 1820.
  • THE STATES OF THE UNION.
  • INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON.
    • FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, DELIVERED APRIL 30, 1789.
  • WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS.
  • PRESIDENT JACKSON'S PROCLAMATION,
    • ISSUED IN 1832, WHEN SOUTH CAROLINA UNDERTOOK TO ANNUL THE FEDERAL REVENUE LAW.
  • MONROE DOCTRINE.
    • EXTRACT FROM PRESIDENT MONROE'S ANNUAL MESSAGE, WASHINGTON, DEC. 2, 1823.
  • THE DRED SCOTT DECISION.
    • DRED SCOTT, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, vs. JOHN F.A. SANDFORD.
      • April Term, 1854.
    • April Term, 1854.
  • PRESIDENTS AND VICE-PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • WITH THE VOTE FOR EACH CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE.
    • BEFORE THE REVOLUTION.
    • UNDER THE CONSTITUTION.
  • POPULAR NAMES OF STATES.
  • BATTLES OF THE REVOLUTION.
  • NEUTRALITY LAW OF THE UNITED STATES,
    • AS AMENDED AND APPROVED BY CONGRESS, JULY 26, 1866.
  • POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.
  • SPEECH OF HON. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS.
    • DELIVERED AT CHICAGO, MAY 1ST, 1861.
  • PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FIRST CALL FOR TROOPS.
    • APRIL 15th, 1861.
  • RESOLUTIONS OF THE N.Y. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
    • SUSTAINING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND URGING A STRICT BLOCKADE OF SOUTHERN PORTS, APRIL 19TH, 1861.
      • BLOCKADE RESOLUTIONS.
    • BLOCKADE RESOLUTIONS.
  • A PROCLAMATION,
  • THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION.
  • THE CONFISCATION ACT.
    • TO CONFISCATE PROPERTY USED FOR INSURRECTIONARY PURPOSES.
  • FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN
    • MARCH 4TH, 1861.
  • THE BALANCE SHEET OF THE GOVERNMENT,
  • PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S SECOND AND LAST INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
    • March 4, 1865.
  • PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S PROCLAMATION OF AMNESTY.
    • ACCOMPANYING THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, DECEMBER 8, 1863.
  • PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S AMNESTY PROCLAMATION.
  • A PEACE PROCLAMATION.
  • CIVIL RIGHTS BILL.
    • AS ADOPTED BY CONGRESS, MARCH, 1866.
  • FREEDMEN'S BUREAU BILL,
    • AS AMENDED AND APPROVED BY THE XXXIXTH CONGRESS.
  • PROVOST MARSHAL-GENERAL'S REPORT.
    • THE UNITED STATES ARMY DURING THE GREAT CIVIL WAR OF 1861-65.
  • HISTORY OF THE FLAG.
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