Author: United States. Congress House

The disunion conspiracy : speech of Edward McPherson, of Pa., delivered in the House of Representatives, January 23, 1861.
No slavery in Nebraska, no slavery in the nation, slavery an outlaw : speech of Gerrit Smith, on the Nebraska bill, in Congress, April 6, 1854.
Report of the Special Committee Appointed to Investigate the Troubles in Kansas : with the views of the minority of said committee.
Remarks of Mr. Cobb, of Georgia : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 14 and 18, 1844.
Emancipation and colonization : to accompany bill H.R. No. 576 : Mr. Albert S. White, from the select committee on emancipation made the following report.
Report of the committee to which was referred so much of the president's message as relates to the slave trade : February 9, 1821 /
Message from the president of the United States : transmitting a report of Secretary of State relating to negotiations for the suppression of the slave trade : January 15, 1821, referred to the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to the slave trade.
Recaptured Africans : letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 5th instant, in relation to the present condition and probable annual expense, of the United States' Agency for Recaptured Africans on the coast of Africa, andc. andc. : March 12, 1828 : referred to Committee of Ways and Means.
The fugitive slave law, etc : speech of Charles Durkee, of Wisconsin, in the House of Representatives, August 6, 1852, on the fugitive slave law as a "finality," and the present position of parties.
Speech of Hon. M.R.H. Garnett, of Virginia, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1861.
Remarks of Mr. Dickson of New York on the presentation of several petitions for the abolition of slavery and the slave trade in the District of Columbia : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 2, 1835.
Powers of the government of the United States : federal, state, and territorial : speech of Hon. James A. Stewart, of Maryland, on African slavery : its status -- natural, moral, social, legal, and, constitutional : and, the origin, progress, present condition, and future destiny of the United States considered in connection with African slavery as a part of its social system : with the bearings of that institution upon the interests of all sections of the Union and upon the African race /
Kansas and the compromises : speech of Hon. Jesse O. Norton, of Illinois, in the House of Representatives, August 9, 1856.
Kansas contested election : speech of Hon. W.S. Damrell, of Masachusetts, in the House of Representatives, March 18, 1856, on the resolution reported from the Committee of Elections in the contested election case from the territory of Kansas.
Defence of Massachusetts : speech of Hon. Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, June 21, 1856.
Memorial of the senators and representatives and the constitution of the state of Kansas : also, the majority and minority reports of the Committee on Territories on the said constitution.
Kansas contested election : speech of Hon. J. A. Bingham, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, March 6, 1856 : on the resolution reported from the Committee of Elections in the contested election case from the territory of Kansas.
Kansas contested election : speech of Hon. Mark Trafton, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, March 12, 1856 : on the resolution reported from the Committee of Elections, in the contested election case from the territory of Kansas.
Kansas must be free! : the political effects of slavery : speech of Hon. Henry Bennett, of New York on the bill for the admission of Kansas as afree state : delivered in the House of Representatives, June 30, 1856.
Memorials presented to the Congress of the United States of America : by the different societies instituted for promoting the abolition of slavery, andc. andc. in the states of Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-York, Pennsylvania, Mary-land, and Virginia. Published by order of "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race."