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I. THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT: Gov. Seward's Rochester Speech of 1858; with Charles O'Conor's Union-Meeting Speech, December 19, 1859.
II. THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERS FOR DISUNION: Speech of Henry Wilson of Massachusetts, in the Senate, January 25, 1860.
III. THE ADMISSION OF KANSAS: Gov. Seward's great Speech, in Senate, February 29, 1860.
IV. NATIONAL POLITICS: Speech of Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, at the Cooper Insti tute, New-York, February 27, 1860; James R. Doolittle's Vindication of Wisconsin.
V. LAND FOR THE LANDLESS: The Hon. Galusha A. Grow's Speech, in the House, February 29, 1860.
VI. THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN: By an Illinois Republican, who knows well the man and his history. A large compact pamphlet of 32 double-column pages, for general circulation as a compaign document. Price 4 cents a copy, 40 cents per dozen, $2 50 per hundred, $20 per thousand. If required by mail, one cent additional must be sent to prepay postage. Cash orders are solicited, and will be filled in the order of their reception.
VII. PROTECTION OF HOME LABOR AND HOME PRODUCTIONS NECESSARY TO THE PROSPERITY OF THE AMERICAN FARMER: By Henry Carey Baird. 16 large octavo pages.
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I. Seward's late Speech on the Admission of Kansas.
II. Land for the Landless: The Hon. Galusha A. Grow's Speech.
III. National Politics: Abraham Lincoln's Speech.
IV. The Irrepressible Conflict: Gov. Seward's Rochester Speech.
V. State Rights and Supreme Court: The Hon. James R. Doolittle's Speech.
VI. The Democratic Leaders for Disunion: The Hon. Henry Wilson's Speech.
VII. The Barbarism of Slavery: The Hon. Owen Lovejoy's Speech.
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OVERLAND JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA,
IN THE SUMMER OF 1859.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENT
MORMON CHURCH IN UTAH.
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