Afro-Americana Imprints, 1535-1922: Civil War

Year of PublicationState/Country of PublicationTitleAuthorImprint
1861AlabamaJournal of proceedings of an adjourned convention of bishops, clergymen and laymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America : held in Christ Church, Columbia, South Carolina, from Oct. 16th to Oct. 24th, inclusive, in the year of our Lord 1861.Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America.Montgomery [Ala.] : Montgomery Advertiser Job Printing Office, 1861.
1861ConnecticutReverses needed. : A discourse delivered on the Sunday after the disaster of Bull Run, in the North Church, Hartford.Bushnell, Horace, 1802-1876.Hartford: : L.E. Hunt., 1861.
1861ConnecticutNorth and South: or Four questions considered: : what have we done? what have we to do? what have we to hope? what have we to fear? : a sermon preached in the First Church in Hartford, on the day of the national fast, Sept. 26th, 1861.Hawes, Joel, 1789-1867.Hartford: : Press of Case, Lockwood and Company., 1861.
1861ConnecticutThe relations and duties of free colored men in America to Africa : a letter to Charles B. Dunbar, M.D., Esq., of New York CityCrummell, Alexander, 1819-1898.Hartford : Press of Case, Lockwood, and Company, 1861.
1861ConnecticutCompromise by compensation. : A letter to Hon. Lafayette S. Foster, United States senator, upon the present national crisis, its causes and remedy.New Haven: : printed by J.H. Benham., 1861.
1861CubaThe commercial guide, or Merchants' manual, : comprising all the most important information required by merchants, ship-owners, and others, transacting business with the island of Cuba.Gomez & Salas.[Havana, Cuba : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. William T. Avery, of Tennessee, in reply to Hon. Emerson Etheridge : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1861.Avery, William T. (William Tecumsah), 1819-1880.[Washington] : Printed by Lemuel Towers, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Andrew J. Hamilton, of Texas, on the state of the Union. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 1, 1861..Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, 1815-1875.Washington: : Printed by Lemuel Towers., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : Speech of Hon. Sherrard Clemens, of Virginia, in the House of Representatives, January 22, 1861.Clemens, Sherrard, 1826-1881.[Washington] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of Hon. A.G. Porter, of Indiana, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19, 1861.Porter, Albert G. (Albert Gallatin), 1824-1897.Washington (D.C.) : H. Polkinhorn, printer, [1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaShall the United States be coerced by a state? : speech of Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 18, 1861.Sherman, John, 1823-1900.[Washington : s.n., 1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. William B. Stokes, of Tennessee, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 1, 1861.Stokes, William B.Washington : Printed by Lemuel Towers, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of Hon. W. E. Niblack, of Ind. : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1861.Niblack, William E. (William Ellis), 1822-1893.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, [1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaIndependence of the South : speech of Hon. Roger A. Pryor, of Virginia, on the resolutions reported by the Committee of Thirty-three.Pryor, Roger A. (Roger Atkinson), 1828-1919.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaThe crisis, and what it demands! Speech of Hon. T. Polk, of Missouri, delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 14, 1861.Polk, Trusten, 1811-1876.[Washington, H. Polkinhorn's Steam Job Press, 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the union : speech of Hon. James M. Quarles, of Tennessee, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 1, 1861.Quarles, James M., b. 1823.Washington : printed by H. Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Albert Rust, of Arkansas, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 24, 1861.Rust, Albert, d. 1870.[Washington] : Lemuel Towers, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaReports of the Select Committee of Thirty-Three on the disturbed condition of the country.United States. Congress. House. Select Committee of Thirty-three.Washington : Thomas H. Ford, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSecession unmasked, or, An appeal from the madness of disunion to the sobriety of the Constitution and common senseCline, A. J.Washington [D.C.] : Printed by Henry Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaThe crisis, its responsibilities and perils : speech of the Hon. William N.H. Smith, of North Carolina : delivered in the House of Representatives, Ferbuary [sic] 8, 1861.Smith, William N. H. (William Nathan Harrell), 1812-1889.Washington : W.H. Moore, Printer, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, on the state of the Union; : delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 5 and 6, 1861..Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875.Washington: : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. James M. Ashley, of Ohio : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 17, 1861. The Union of the states: the majority must govern: it is treason to secede. Millions for defense, not one cent for tribute!Ashley, James Mitchell, 1824-1896.[Washington : H. Polkinhorn, printer], [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J. P. Benjamin, of Louisiana, on the right of secession : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Dec. 31, 1860.Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip), 1811-1884.[Washington] : [Printed by Lemuel Towers], [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois, on introducing a bill to confiscate the property of rebels and free their slaves : delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 5, 1861.Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-1896.Washington : Congressional Globe Office, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Lazarus W. Powell, of Kentucky, on the state of the Union : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 22, 1861.Powell, L. W. (Lazarus Whitehead), 1812-1867.Washington : Printed at the Congressional globe office, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaThe disunion conspiracy : speech of Edward McPherson, of Pa., delivered in the House of Representatives, January 23, 1861.McPherson, Edward, 1830-1895.[Washington, D.C.?] : McGill & Witherow, Printers, [1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of the Hon. John H. Reagan, of Texas : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 15, 1861.Reagan, John H. (John Henninger), 1818-1905.[Washington : W. H. Moore, 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaTreason should not be dignified by concessions to traitors : speech of Hon. Daniel E. Somes, of Maine, delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., February 16, 1861.Somes, Daniel E. (Daniel Eton), 1815-1888.Washington : Printed at the National Republican Office, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of Hon. Wm. E. Simms, of Kentucky : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 9, 1861.Simms, William E. (William Elliott), 1822-1898.Washington [D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn's Steam Job Press, [1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John A. Logan, of Illinois, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 5, 1861.Logan, John Alexander, 1826-1886.Washington : Printed by Lemuel Towers, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Thomas A.R. Nelson, of Tennessee, on the disturbed condition of the country.Nelson, Thomas A. R.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. J. Morrison Harris, of Maryland, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1861..Harris, J. Morrison (James Morrison), 1817-1898.[Washington] : H. Polkinhorn, seam book and job printer, Washington., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaLetter from the Hon. Joseph Holt, : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis..Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.Washington: : Henry Polkinhorn, printer., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. O.S. Ferry, of Conn., : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 24, 1861..Ferry, Orris S. (Orris Sanford), 1823-1875.[Washington? : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia, on the resolution proposing to retrocede the forts, dock-yards, &c., to the states applying for the same. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 11, 1861..Hunter, R. M. T. (Robert Mercer Taliaferro), 1809-1887.Washington: : Printed by Lemuel Towers., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaBingham and Baker : two speeches of Hon. Charles Sumner, in the Senate of the United States, 10th and 11th December, 1861.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Scammell & Co., 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaThe Union as it is, and the Constitution as our fathers made it : speech of Hon. Mason W. Tappan, of N.H. : delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., February 5, 1861.Tappan, Mason W. (Mason Weare), 1817-1886.Washington, D.C. : National Republican Office, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. Emory B. Pottle of New York upon the report of the Committee of Thirty-three Upon the State of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 25, 1861.Pottle, Emory B. (Emory Bemsley), 1815-1891.Washington, D.C. : W.H. Moore, printer, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Wm. Kellogg, of Illinois, in favor of the Union. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 8, 1861..Kellogg, William, 1814-1872.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by Lemuel Towers ... , [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : Speech of the Hon. Charles Case, of Indiana. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 8, 1861.Case, Charles, b. 1817.[Washington, D.C.] : W.H. Moore, printer, Washington, D.C., [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaMessage of the President of the United States to the Senate and House of Representatives.United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)[Washington : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John A. McClernand, of Illinois, on the state of the Union: : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 14, 1861..McClernand, John A. (John Alexander), 1812-1900.Washington: : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Sidney Edgerton, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1861..Edgerton, Sidney, 1818-1900.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, seam [i.e. steam] book and job printer, Washington., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speeches of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, in the Senate of the United States, March 15, 25, and 26, 1861.Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J. W. Stevenson, of Kentucky, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 30, 1861.Stevenson, J. W. (John White), 1812-1886.[Washington] : Printed by Lemuel Towers, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaAddressStockton, T. H. (Thomas Hewlings), 1808-1868.Washington : Printed by Lemuel Towers, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, in the Senate, January 3, 1861.Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1861.]
1861District of ColumbiaThe North forbearing--the South aggressive : Speech of Hon. J.B. Alley, of Mass., delivered in the House of Representatives, January 26, 1861.Alley, John B. (John Bassett), 1817-1896.[Washington, D.C. : McGill & Witherow, Steam Press Printers], [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Thos. L. Clingman, of North Carolina, on the state of the union : delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 4, 1861.Clingman, T. L. (Thomas Lanier), 1812-1897.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by Lemuel Towers ... , [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. James F. Simmons, of Rhode Island, on the state of the Union : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 16, 1861.Simmons, James Fowler, 1795-1864.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by Lemuel Towers, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaThe republic is imperishable : speech of Hon. Daniel E. Sickles, of New York, on the state of the Union, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1861.Sickles, Daniel Edgar, 1819-1914.Washington, D.C. : Mcgill & Witherow, Printers, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. S.A. Douglas, of Illinois, on the state of the Union. : Delivered in the Senate, January 3, 1861.Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861.Washington: : [s.n.], 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J.J. Crittenden, of Kentucky, on his resolutions, : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 7, 1861.Crittenden, John J. (John Jordan), 1787-1863.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe union : speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate of the United States, on presenting the New York union petition, January 30 [i.e. 31] 1861.Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John S. Millson, of Virginia, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 21, 1861.Millson, John S. (John Singleton), 1808-1874.[Washington, D.C.?] : L. Towers, [1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaUnion--peace--popular rights : speech of Edward Joy Morris, of Pennsylvania, in the U. S. House of Representatives, January 30, 1861.Morris, Edward Joy, 1815-1881.[Washington : Printed at the National Republican Ofice, 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe State of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Roscoe Conkling, of New York, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 30, 1861.Conkling, Roscoe, 1829-1888.[Washington, D.C.] : McGill & Witherow, printers, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Jas. Harlan, of Iowa; in the Senate, January 11, 1861..Harlan, James, 1820-1899.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn's Steam Job Press, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaExecutive usurpation : speech of Hon. James A. Bayard, of Delaware, in the Senate of the United States, July 19, 1861 ...Bayard, James A. (James Asheton), 1799-1880.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, Printer, Washington, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of the Hon. Carey A. Trimble, of Ohio : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 5, 1861.Trimble, Carey A. (Carey Allen), 1813-1887.[Washington, D.C.] : W.H. Moore, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaJoint resolution proposing certain amendments to the Constitution of the United States.United States. Congress. House[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. H. Winter Davis, of Maryland, on Mr. Corwin's report. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1861.Davis, Henry Winter, 1817-1865.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by Lemuel Towers ... , [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe critical condition of the country : remarks of the Hon. Warren Winslow of North Carolina, in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1861, upon the report of the Committee of the States.Winslow, Warren, 1810-1863.Washington : Henry Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of the Hon. Charles B. Sedgwick, of New York : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1861.Sedgwick, C. B. (Charles Baldwin), 1815-1883.Washington, D.C. : W.H. Moore, printer, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham, of Ohio : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 20, 1861.Vallandigham, Clement L. (Clement Laird), 1820-1871.Washington : Henry Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaThe union : speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate of the United States, January 12, 1861.Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaDisunion and its results to the South. : A letter from a resident of Washington to a friend in South Carolina..Hodge, Wm. L. (William L.)Washington, D.C. : H. Polkinhorn, printer,, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaAddress of Thomas D. Eliot, of the 1st Congressional District of Massachusetts, to his constituents..Eliot, Thomas D. (Thomas Dawes), 1808-1870.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn. Printer. Washington., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe Constitution as it is : speech of Hon. E.R. Reynolds, of New York ; delivered in the House of Representatives, February 18, 1861.Reynolds, Edwin Ruthvin, 1816-1908.[Washington, D.C. : Printed at the National Republican Office, 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. J.M. Leach, of North Carolina, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1861..Leach, J. M. (James Madison), 1815-1891.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. G.W. Hughes, of Md., on the state of the Union, : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 5, 1861..Hughes, George W. (George Wurtz), 1806-1870.Washington, D.C. : McGill & Witherow, printers,, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. John A. Gilmer, of North Carolina, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 26, 1861..Gilmer, John A. (John Adams), 1805-1868.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, printer, 375 D Street, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe American union in imminent peril--the causes and the consequences. : Letter of Hon. Elbert S. Martin, of Va., on the results to the Southern states and the country of the late triumph of sectionalism, to the freemen of the thirteenth Congressional district of Virginia..Martin, Elbert S. (Elbert Sevier), 1829-1876.[Washington, D.C.] : McGill & Witherow, steam press printers, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Jas. H. Campbell, of Pa., on the state of the union : delivered in the the [sic] House of Representatives, February 14, 1861.Campbell, James Hepburn, 1820-1895.[Washington, D.C.] : McGill & Witherow, printers, Washington, D.C., [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. John Hutchins, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, February 9, 1861..Hutchins, John, 1812-1891.[Washington, D.C.] : McGill & Witherow, printers, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaNorthern nullifiers. : Reply of Hon. S.S. Cox, of Ohio, in reply to Messrs. Hutchins and Stanton. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 9, 1861.Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by Lemuel Towers,, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Owen Lovejoy, of Illinois. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 23, 1861..Lovejoy, Owen, 1811-1864.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, printer, Washington., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaLetter from the Hon. Joseph Holt, : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis..Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.Washington: : Henry Polkinhorn, printer., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaRemarks of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the Senate of the United States, March 6, 1861, : on the resolution of Mr. Dixon to print the inaugural address of President Lincoln.Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaNaval appropriation bill. : Speech of Hon. J.S. Green, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, February 12, 1861..Green, James S. (James Stephen), 1817-1870.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaNow and then : speech of the Hon. Charles H. Van Wyck, of New York, upon the report of the Committee of Thirty-Three upon the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1861.Van Wyck, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1824-1895.Washington, D. C. : W. H. Moore, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaAn undivided country. : Speech of the Hon. Laban T. Moore, of Kentucky. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 5, 1861..Moore, Laban T.[Washington, D.C.] : W. H. Moore, printer, Penn. Avenue, corner of 11th street., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Charles Francis Adams, of Mass. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1861.Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : Speech of Hon. Wm. Bigler, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 21, 1861.Bigler, William, 1814-1880.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn's Steam Job Press, Washington, D.C., [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of John P. Hale, on the state of the Union, Thursday, January 31, 1861.Hale, John P. (John Parker), 1806-1873.[Washington, D.C.] : Polkinhorn's Steam Printing Office, D Street, bet. 6th & 7th sts., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaTo the citizens of the Eighth Congressional District of North Carolina.Vance, Zebulon Baird, 1830-1894.Washington, D.C. : H. Polkinhorn, printer, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaCondition of the country : Speech of Hon. James A. Bayard, of Delaware, in the Senate of the United States, March 20, 21, and 22, 1861.Bayard, James A. (James Asheton), 1799-1880.[Washington, D.C., H. Polkinhorn's Steam Job Press], [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaObjects of the war. : Speech of Hon. Thomas D. Eliot, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, December 12, 1861, on the resolution declaring the object of the war to be the supression of rebellion and the re-establishmeut [sic] of the rightful authority of the Constitution and laws over the entire country, and declaring the right and duty of the military commanders to emancipate slaves of rebel owners..Eliot, Thomas D. (Thomas Dawes), 1808-1870.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, printer, Washington., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState rights and state equalityRuffin, Thomas, 1787-1870.Washington, D. C. : H. Polkinhorn's Steam Job Press, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaShall the war be for union and freedom, or union and slavery? : Speech of Hon. M.F. Conway, of Kansas. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Thursday, December 12, 1861.Conway, M. F. (Martin Franklin), 1827-1882.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, corner of Second and Indiana Avenue, third floor., 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of the Hon. J.F. Farnsworth, of Illinois, in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1861..Farnsworth, J. F. (John Franklin), 1820-1897.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by F.H. Sage, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of the Hon. D.C. De Jarnette, of Virginia, in the House of Representatives, February 14, 1861.De Jarnette, D. C. (Daniel Coleman), 1822-1881.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by F. H. Sage, Washington, D.C., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John T. Harris, of Virginia, in favor of conciliation and the Union. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 6, 1861..Harris, John T. (John Thomas), 1823-1899.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by Lemuel Towers, [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaAny compromise a surrender. : Speech of Hon. D.W. Gooch, of Mass., in the House of Representatives, February 23, 1861..Gooch, Daniel W. (Daniel Wheelwright), 1820-1891.Washington, D.C. : printed at the National Republican office., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : Speech of Hon. John A. Bingham, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, January 22, 1861.Bingham, John Armor, 1815-1900.[Washington, D.C.] : [Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe], [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech delivered by Hon. J.M. Ashley, of Ohio : on the rebellion---its causes and consequences, at College Hall in the city of Toledo, Tuesday evening, Nov. 26, 1861.Ashley, James Mitchell, 1824-1896.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printers, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaRepublican propositions in the Peace CongressTuck, Amos, 1810-1879.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe Army of the Potomac, and its mismanagement : respectfully addressed to CongressEllet, Charles, 1810-1862.Washington, DC : [s.n.], 1861 (Washington, D.C. : L. Towers)
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. James R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, on the bill to organize the territory of Arizuma. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 27, 1860.Doolittle, James R. (James Rood), 1815-1897.[Washington, D.C.] : W.H. Moore, printer., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaThe Crittenden compromise--a surrender : speech of Henry Wilson, of Mass. : delivered in the Senate, February 21st, 1861 : on the resolutions of Mr. Crittenden proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States.Wilson, Henry, 1812-1875.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan. 23, 1861..Etheridge, Emerson, 1819-1902.Washington: : Printed by Henry Polkinhorn,, 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaPersonal explanation of the Hon. W.R.W. Cobb, of Alabama : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 7, 1861.Cobb, Williamson Robert Winfield, 1807-1864.[Washington, D.C.] : W.H. Moore, printer, Washington, D.C., [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. M.R.H. Garnett, of Virginia, on the state of the Union, : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1861..Garnett, Muscoe R. H. (Muscoe Russell Hunter), 1821-1864.Washington: : M'Gill & Witherow, printers., 1861..
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of Hon. James H. Thomas, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, January 17, 1861.Thomas, James H. (James Houston), 1808-1861.[Washington : Office of the Congressional Globe, 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaSecession. : Letters of Amos Kendall; also, his letters to Colonel Orr and President Buchanan.Kendall, Amos, 1789-1869.Washington: : printed by Henry Polkinhorn,, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaOfficial journal of the Conference Convention, held at Washington City, February, 1861Conference Convention (1861 : Washington, D.C.)Washington [D.C.]: : M'Gill & Witherow, printers, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John C. Ten Eyck, of N.J. : on the presentation of the resolutions of that state on "The state of the Union" : delivered in the United States Senate February 1, 1861.Ten Eyck, John C. (John Conover), 1814-1879.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaEmancipation of slaves in rebel states. : Speech of Hon. A. Harding, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives, December 17, 1861, on the joint resolution relative to the right and duty of the president in regard to persons held as slaves in any military district in a state of insurrection..Harding, A. (Aaron), 1805-1875.[Washington : Scammell & Co., printers, 1861]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of Hon. Justin S. Morrill, of Vermont, in the House of Representatives, February 18, 1861.Morrill, Justin S. (Justin Smith), 1810-1898.[Washington : 1861?]
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Thomas Corwin, of Ohio. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan. 21, 1861.Corwin, Thomas, 1794-1865.Washington: : printed by Henry Polkinhorn, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Robert Hatton, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, February 8, 1861..Hatton, Robert, 1827-1862.[Washington] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe., [1861]
1861District of ColumbiaMessage of the President of the United States and accompanying documents from the Department of State.United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)Washington : Government Printing Office, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. A.A. Burnham, of Conn., upon the report of the committee of thirty-three upon the state of the Union : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 16, 1861.Burnham, Alfred Avery, 1819-1879.[Washington, D.C.] : W.H. Moore, printer, Washington, D.C., 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of Hon. Alfred Wells, of New York, in the House of Representatives, February 6, 1861.Wells, Alfred, 1814-1867.[Washington, D.C.] : Congressional Globe, 1861.
1861District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. E.D. Baker, of Oregon : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 2d, and 3d, 1861, upon the secession question.Baker, Edward Dickinson, 1811-1861.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, Printer, Washington City, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union. : Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, in the Senate, January 3, 1861.Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe., [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : Speech of Hon. Garnett B. Adrain, of New Jersey, in the House of Representatives, January 15, 1861.Adrain, Garnett B. (Garnett Bowditch), 1816-1878.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe, [1861].
1861District of ColumbiaState of the Union : speech of the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1861.Stevens, Thaddeus, 1792-1868.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1861]
1861EnglandAn anti-slavery pamphletWenkstern, Otto.London : Mann Nephews, 1861.
1861EnglandThe happy Negro; : being a true account of a very extraordinary Negro in North America, and of an interesting conversation he had with a very respectable gentleman from England. To which is added, The Grateful Negro.Serle, Ambrose, 1742-1812.London: : The Religious Tract Society; 56, Paternoster Row; 65, St. Paul's Churchyard; and 164, Piccadilly: and sold by the booksellers., [between 1861 and 1893?]
1861EnglandThe American church and the American unionCaswall, Henry, 1810-1870.London : Saunders, Otley, and Co. 66 Brook Street, Hanover Square : printed by Spottiswoode and Co. New-Street Square, 1861.
1861EnglandAmerican slavery and colourChambers, William, 1800-1883.London : W. & R. Chambers, Paternoster Row, and Dix and Edwards, New York : Edinburgh : Printed by W. and R. Chambers, 1861.
1861EnglandThe effect of secession upon the commercial relations between the North and South, and upon each section.Lord, Daniel, 1795-1868.London : Henry Stevens, 1861.
1861EnglandA memoir of Abraham Lincoln, president elect of the United States of America : His opinion of secession, extracts from the United States Constitution, &c. : To which is appended an historical sketch on slavery, reprinted by permission from "The Times."Black, Robert, 1830?-1915.London : Sampson, Low, Son & Co., 1861. (Printed by William Clowes and Sons)
1861EnglandThe life and letters of Captain John Brown : who was executed at Charlestown, Virginia, Dec. 2, 1859, for an armed attack upon American slavery, with notices of some of his confederatesWebb, Richard Davis, 1805-1872.London : Smith, Elder and Co., 1861.
1861EnglandA popular view of the American Civil War.Beresford Hope, A. J. B. (Alexander James Beresford), 1820-1887.London: : James Ridgway, Piccadilly. W. ; Maidstone [England]: : Wickham, Week Street; : C.J. Cooke, Middle Row., 1861..
1861EnglandA woman's wanderings in the western world : a series of letters addressed to Sir Fitzroy Kelly, M. P.Bromley, Clara Fitzroy Kelly.London : Saunders, Otley, and Co. 66 Brook Street, Hanover Square : Printed by Spottiswoode and Co. New-Street Square, 1861.
1861EnglandLife of the Right Honourable William PittStanhope, Philip Henry Stanhope, Earl, 1805-1875.London : John Murray, 1861-1862.
1861EnglandAnahuac : or, Mexico and the Mexicans, ancient and modernTylor, Edward Burnett, Sir, 1832-1917.London : Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861.
1861EnglandThe Civil War in America : or, The slaveholders' conspiracy : An addressChanning, W. H. (William Henry), 1810-1884.Liverpool : W. Vaughan, 10, Exchange Street Lane ; London : G. Vickers, 172, Strand ; Manchester : John and Abel Heywood. And all booksellers ; [Liverpool] : W. Vaughan, printer, Exchange Street East Liverpool, [1861].
1861EnglandSecession condemned in a southern convention : Speech of the Hon. A.H. Stephens, made at the Georgia State Convention, held Jan. 1861, for the purpose of determining whether the state of Georgia was to secede ...Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883.[Manchester : Union and Emancipation Society], [1861] [Smith and Barnes, printers by steam power].
1861EnglandThe gorilla hunters : A tale of the wilds of AfricaBallantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael), 1825-1894.London : T. Nelson and Sons; Edinburgh; and New York, 1861.
1861EnglandThe Okavango River : a narrative of travel, exploration, and adventureAndersson, Charles John, 1827-1867.London : Hurst and Blackett, publishers, successors to Henry Colburn, 1861 [printed by Spottiswoode and Co.].
1861EnglandMaum Guinea, and her plantation "children." : A story of Christmas week with the American slaves.Victor, Metta Victoria Fuller, 1831-1885.[London ; New York] : Beadle and Company, London: 44, Paternoster Row. New York: 141, William Street., [1861]
1861EnglandThe Biglow papers:Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891.London: : John Camden Hotten, Piccadilly., 1861..
1861EnglandRunning a thousand miles for freedom; or, The escape of William and Ellen Craft from slavery..Craft, William.London: : William Tweedie, 337 Strand., [1861]
1861EnglandNarrative of the circumnavigation of the globe by the Austrian frigate Novara : (Commodore B. von Wullerstorf-Urbair,) : undertaken by order of the Imperial Government, in the years 1857, 1858, & 1859, under the immediate auspices of his I. and R. Highness, the Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian ...Scherzer, Karl, Ritter von, 1821-1903.London : Saunders, Otley, and Co., 1861-63.
1861EnglandA tour in the United States, Cuba, and CanadaAshworth, Henry, 1794-1880.London : A.W. Bennett, Fred Pitman ; Manchester : John Heywood, [1861].
1861EnglandThe American crisis : or, the true issue, slavery or liberty?Patton, William, 1798-1879.London : Sampson Low, Son, & Co., 1861.
1861EnglandExplorations & adventures in equatorial Africa; : with accounts of the manners and customs of the people, and of the chace of the gorilla, crocodile, leopard, elephant, hippopotamus, and other animals.Du Chaillu, Paul B. (Paul Belloni), 1835-1903.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street. : printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street, and Charing Cross., 1861.
1861EnglandThe Africans at home : being a popular account of Africa and the Africans condensed from the accounts of African travellers from the time of Mungo Park to the present dayMacbrair, R. Maxwell (Robert Maxwell)London : Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861.
1861EnglandThe last travels of Ida Pfeiffer : inclusive of a visit to Madagascar : with a biographical memoir of the authorPfeiffer, Ida, 1797-1858.London : Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1861.
1861EnglandTen years' wanderings among the Ethiopians; : with sketches of the manners and customs of the civilized and uncivilized tribes, from Senegal to Gaboon.Hutchinson, Thomas J. (Thomas Joseph), 1820-1885.London: : Hurst and Blackett, publishers, successors to Henry Colburn, 13, Great Marlborough Street., 1861..
1861EnglandMoses versus slavery : being two discourses on the slave questionGottheil, Gustav, 1827-1903.Manchester : John Heywood ; London : Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., 1861.
1861EnglandThe American question : I.-- English opinion on the American rebellion. By the Rev. William Arthur ... II.--Slavery the ground of the southern secession. Extract from a speech of the Hon. A.H. Stephens, vice-president of the southern confederacy.London : Sampson Low, Son, & Co., 1861 [Printed by M.S. Rickerby].
1861FranceLa sécession aux États-Unis et son origineMortimer, James, 1833-1911.Paris : E. Dentu, 1861.
1861FranceL'abolition de l'esclavageCochin, Augustin, 1823-1872.Paris : Jacques Lecoffre, éditeur ... : Guillaumin et Cie., libraires ... : Imp. Simon Ra,con et Comp. ... , 1861.
1861FranceOeuvres et correspondance inédites d'Alexis de Tocqueville : publiées et précédées d'une noticeTocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Paris : Michel Lévy frères, 1861.
1861FranceNègre et blanc : de qui sommes-nous fils? Y a-t-il une ou plusieurs espèces d'hommes?Boucher de Perthes, M. (Jacques), 1788-1868.Paris : Jung-Treuttel, librairie : Derache : Dumoulin : Vor Didron, 1861 [Abbeville : imp. P. Briez]
1861FranceLes États-Unis en 1861 : un grand peuple qui se relèveGasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.Paris : Michel Lévy frères, libraires-éditeurs rue Vivienne, 2 bis, 1861.
1861FranceLa révolution américaine devoilée.Pecquet du Bellet, Paul.Paris : E. Dentu, 1861.
1861FranceUnité de l'espèce humaineQuatrefages, A. de (Armand), 1810-1892.Paris : L. Hachette, 1861.
1861FranceUn drame esclavagiste : prologue de la sécession américaine : suivi de Notes sur John Brown, son procès et ses derniers momentsChevalier, H. Emile (Henri Emile), 1828-1879.Paris : Charlieu et Huillery, libraires-editeurs 10, rue Git-le-Coeur, 10 : Typographie Walder, rue Bonaparte, 44, [1861?].
1861GeorgiaSlavery and abolitionism, as viewed by a Georgia slaveBerry, Harrison, b. 1816.Atlanta, Georgia : Franklin Printing House, Wood, Hanleiter, Rice & Co., 1861.
1861GeorgiaSlavery and abolitionism, as viewed by a Georgia slaveBerry, Harrison, b. 1816.Atlanta, Georgia : Franklin Printing House, Wood, Hanleiter, Rice & Co., 1861.
1861IllinoisThe American crisis : it's cause --- significance --- and solutionAmericus.Chicago : John R. Walsh, 1861.
1861IndianaThe perils and exigencies of the present crisis. : An address, delivered by the Hon. Robert Dale Owen, on Wednesday, February 13, 1861, in the Hall of Representatives, Indianapolis..Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.Indianapolis: Elder & Harkness, printers: Office of the Indiana state guard., 1861..
1861IndianaThrilling disclosures! : look out for An exposition of the K.G.C. or, A history of secession from 1834 to 1861.[Indianapolis, Ind. : Charles O. Perrine, 1861?]
1861IndianaAn authentic exposition of the "K.G.C." "Knights of the Golden Circle;" : or, A history of secession from 1834 to 1861. IllustratedIndianapolis, Ind. : C.O. Perrine, publisher, 1861.
1861KentuckyMartial law.Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith), 1796-1869.[Louisville, Ky.] : Bradley & Gilbert, printers., [1861?]
1861KentuckyLetter from the Hon. Joseph Holt, : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis..Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.Louisville, Ky. : Printed by Bradley & Gilbert, cor. First and Market Sts., 1861..
1861KentuckyAn appeal to the people of the North.Coleman, William, fl. 1861.[Louisville, Ky. : Hanna & Co., Printers, 1861.]
1861KentuckyW.W. Owen, Democratic candidate for jailer. : "Equal rights to all--exclusive privileges to none." Fellow citizens: The Louisville Democrat of the 26th June contains an editorial so entirely consonant with my views that I cannot restrain my desire to lay portions of it before you in the form of a circular. ... Our opinion is, that there are no greater enemies to the restoration of the Union that the abolition partisans at Washington. ... It is convenient to charge those who denounce the schemes of this dominant party with sympathy with the rebellion. It is a cheap mode of defense. ... I wish votes, but only upon honorable terms, nor do I wish the vote of any abolitionist or any one sympathizing with that unpatriotic and detestable party.Owen, W. W.[Kentucky? : s.n., between 1861 and 1865]
1861MaineDuty, our highest right : A sermon preached in Grace Church, Bath, Me., on the occasion of the national fast, January 4, 1861Mines, John Flavel, 1835-1891.Bath [Me.] : printed at the Daily Times office, 1861.
1861MaineThe institution of slavery, viewed in the light of divine truth : A lecture delivered in the city hall, Portland, Sunday evening, March 17, 1861Hayden, William B. (William Benjamin), 1816-1893.Portland [Me.] : printed by David Tucker, 1861.
1861MarylandSecond address to the people of Maryland.Collins, William H. (William Handy), 1801-1881.Baltimore: : printed by James Young, 114 West Baltimore Street., 1861.
1861MarylandThe African a trust from God to the American. : A sermon delivered on the day of national humiliation, fasting and prayer, in St. Peter's Church, Baltimore, January 4, 1861,Cummins, George D. (George David), 1822-1876.Baltimore: : Printed by John D. Toy., 1861.
1861MarylandSpeech of the Hon. Robt. M. McLane, in the State Conference Convention, on the 14th of March, 1861..McLane, Robert M. (Robert Milligan), 1815-1898.[Baltimore] : Murphy & Co. printers, publishers and booksellers, 182 Baltimore Street, Baltimore., [1861]
1861MarylandProceedings and speeches at a public meeting of the Friends of the Union, in the city of Baltimore : held at the Maryland Institute, on Thursday evening, January 10, 1861.Friends of the Union (Baltimore, Md.)Baltimore : Printed by J. D. Toy, 1861.
1861MarylandThird address to the people of Maryland.Collins, William H. (William Handy), 1801-1881.Baltimore: : printed by James Young, 114 West Baltimore Street., 1861.
1861MarylandA plea for peace: : A sermon preached in the Church of the Holy Innocents, Baltimore, September 26, 1861, ...Fugitt, James Preston, 1825-1899.Baltimore: : Printed by John D. Toy., 1861..
1861MarylandA voice from the South : discussing, among other subjects, slavery, and its remedy : respectfully dedicated to Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D. of KentuckyBirckhead, Lennox, 1837-1905.Baltimore : John W. Woods, printer, 1861.
1861MarylandSermon by Rev. Dr. M.J. Raphall, Rabbi : delivered in the Greene St. Hebrew Synagogue N.Y., January 4, 1861.Raphall, Morris J. (Morris Jacob), 1798-1868.Baltimore : James Lucas, 1861.
1861MarylandThe true refuge in national trouble. : A sermon; preached January 4th, 1861, in St. Bartholomew's Church, Montgomery Co., Md.,Hutton, O. (Orlando)Baltimore: : W.M[.] Innes, printer, Adams Express Building., 1861..
1861MarylandAddress of the Union State Central Committee, of Maryland.Republican Party (Md.). State Central CommitteeBaltimore : [the Party, 1861?]
1861MarylandReport and resolutions of the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Delegates of Maryland, upon the reports and memorials of the police commissioners and the mayor and city council of Baltimore ...Maryland. General Assembly. Joint Committee on Federal RelationsFrederick, Md. : E.S. Riley printer., 1861..
1861MarylandLetter to Hon. Reverdy Johnson, on the proceedings at the meeting, held at Maryland Institute, January 10th, 1861..Le Grand, John C. (John Carroll), 1814-1861.[Baltimore, Md.] : Murphy & Co. printers, Baltimore., [1861]
1861MarylandLetter of Archbishop Hughes to Bishop Lynch, of South Carolina..Hughes, John, 1797-1864.[Baltimore, Md.] : John W. Woods, printer, 202 Baltimore-St., Balt., [1861]
1861MarylandThe great drama; : an appeal to Maryland,Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.[Baltimore] : John D. Toy, printer, Baltimore., [1861]
1861MarylandThird address to the people of Maryland.Collins, William H. (William Handy), 1801-1881.Baltimore: : printed by James Young, 114 West Baltimore Street., 1861.
1861MassachusettsUnion and peace! : how they shall be restored : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Republican State Convention, at Worcester, October 1, 1861.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1861.
1861MassachusettsLiberty and union. : Our country: its pride and its peril; a discourse delivered in Harvard Street Baptist Church, Boston, Aug. 11, 1861, on the return of the pastor from Syria.Eddy, Daniel C. (Daniel Clarke), 1823-1896.Boston: : John M. Hewes, 81 Cornhill., 1861..
1861MassachusettsAddress of His Excellency John A. Andrew : to the two branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 5, 1861.Massachusetts. Governor (1861-1866 : Andrew)Boston : William White, printer to the state, 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe lesson of St. Domingo: : how to make the war short and the peace righteous. : From the "New York Tribune" of May 27, 1861.Wright, Elizur, 1804-1885.Boston: : A. Williams & Co., 100 Washington St., 1861.
1861MassachusettsCheap cotton by free laborAtkinson, Edward, 1827-1905.Boston : published by A. Williams & Co. Printed by H.W. Dutton & Son, 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe Christian patriot's present duty : a sermon addressed to the Mather Church and society, Jamaica Plain, Mass., April 28, 1861Quint, Alonzo H. (Alonzo Hall), 1828-1896.Boston : Hollis & Gunn, [1861]
1861MassachusettsThe sable cloud : a southern tale, with northern commentsAdams, Nehemiah, 1806-1878.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1861 [Riverside, Cambridge: stereotyped and printed by H.O. Houghton].
1861MassachusettsCheap cotton by free laborAtkinson, Edward, 1827-1905.Boston : published by A. Williams & Co. Printed by H.W. Dutton & Son, 1861.
1861MassachusettsA voice from Harper's Ferry : A narrative of events at Harper's Ferry; with incidents prior and subsequent to its capture by Captain Brown and his menAnderson, Osborne P. (Osborne Perry), 1830-1872.Boston : Printed for the author, 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe drift of the war.Buck, Edward, of BostonBoston : A. Williams & Co., publishers, 100 Washington Street, 1861.
1861MassachusettsSecession, concession, or self-possession: which?Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 245, Washington Street : printed by John Wilson and Son, 22, School Street, 1861.
1861MassachusettsIncidents in the life of a slave girl.Jacobs, Harriet A. (Harriet Ann), 1813-1897.Boston: : Published for the author., 1861..
1861MassachusettsThe rejected stone: or Insurrection vs. resurrection in America.Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.Boston: : Walker, Wise, and Company, 245 Washington Street. ; [Cambridge, Mass.] : University Press, Cambridge: : Printed by Welch, Bigelow, and Company., 1861.
1861MassachusettsOur civil war, as seen from the pulpit : a sermon preached in the Bulfinch-Street church, April 28, 1861Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 1861 [printed by John Wilson and Son].
1861MassachusettsAbstract of the annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, for 1861.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston? : s.n.], [1861].
1861MassachusettsThe personal liberty laws : Remarks of Edward L. Pierce, before the committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts, on the general statutes relating to personal liberty, at their hearing of Feb. 1, 1861.Pierce, Edward Lillie, 1829-1897.Boston : Printed by Stacy & Richardson, 1861.
1861MassachusettsA few suggestions upon the personal liberty law and "secession" (so called) : in a letter to a friend.Thomas, Benjamin Franklin, 1813-1878.Boston : John Wilson and Son, 1861.
1861MassachusettsTruth not to be overthrown nor silenced: : a sermon preached at Dorchester, Sunday, Jan. 27, 1861.Hall, Nathaniel, 1805-1875.Boston: : printed by John Wilson and Son, 22, School Street., 1861..
1861MassachusettsRecord of an obscure man.Putnam, Mary Lowell, 1810-1898.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1861.
1861MassachusettsSpeeches, addresses, and occasional sermonsParker, Theodore, 1810-1860.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1861-65.
1861MassachusettsPersonal liberty laws : (statutes of Massachusetts) and slavery in the territories (case of Dred Scott)Parker, Joel, 1795-1875.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1861.
1861MassachusettsAmerican citizenship, its faults and their remedies : a sermon for the day of national fast, January 4, 1861Mercer, Alexander G. (Alexander Gardiner), 1817-1882.Boston : Little, Brown, 1861.
1861MassachusettsRecord of an obscure man.Putnam, Mary Lowell, 1810-1898.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1861.
1861MassachusettsRelation of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions to slaveryWhipple, Charles K. (Charles King), 1808-1900.Boston : R.F. Wallcut, 1861.
1861MassachusettsNecessities of the war and the conditions of success in it. : A sermon preached in the village church, before the College and the united congregations of the town of Amherst, Mass., on the national fast day, Thursday, September 26, 1861.Stearns, William A. (William Augustus), 1805-1876.Amherst, Mass.: : Henry A. Marsh, publisher., 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe right of secession : a review of the message of Jefferson Davis to the Congress of the Confederate statesParker, Joel, 1795-1875.Cambridge (Mass.) : Welch, Bigelow, 1861.
1861MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions : presented at the meeting held at Cleveland, Ohio, October 1-3, 1861.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : press of T.R. Marvin & Son, 1861.
1861MassachusettsAn address upon secession : delivered at Charlestown, Mass., on the eve of the 8th of January, 1861Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe issues of the rebellion : A sermon preached before the Taunton and Raynham volunteers, Col. D.N. Couch, commanding. Sabbath evening, June 2, 1861Blake, Mortimer, 1813-1884.Taunton [Mass.] : printed at the Republican office, Bristol County Bank Building, [1861].
1861MassachusettsLetter to the governor of Massachusetts : on occasion of his late proclamation, August 20, 1861Cabot, James Elliot, 1821-1903.Boston : A.K. Loring, 1861.
1861MassachusettsA sermon, preached on the national fast day, at Church Green, Boston.Dewey, Orville, 1794-1882.Boston: : Ticknor & Fields., 1861.
1861MassachusettsEmancipation : its justice, expediency and necessity, as the means of securing a speedy and permanent peace. An address delivered by Hon. George S. Boutwell, in Tremont Temple, Boston, under the auspices of the Emancipation League, December 16, 1861.Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905.[Boston : Wright & Potter, printers, 4 Spring Lane], [1861].
1861MassachusettsIt isn't all right. : Being a complete and thorough refutation of the pernicious doctrine that "whatever is, is right."Temple, Cynthia (Spirit).Boston: : Published by the New England Reform Association. ; New York: : S.T. Munson, ag't, 143 Fulton-Street., 1861..
1861MassachusettsThe Civil War in America:Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907.Boston: : Gardner A. Fuller, no. 112 Washington Street., [1861]
1861MassachusettsAmerican citizenship, its faults and their remedies : a sermon for the day of national fast, January 4, 1861Mercer, Alexander G. (Alexander Gardiner), 1817-1882.Boston : Little, Brown, 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe necessities and wisdom of 1861 : a supplement to the sixth edition of Slavery and the remedyNott, Samuel, 1788-1869.Boston : Crocker & Brewster, 1861.
1861MassachusettsDisunion : two discourses at Music Hall, on January 20th, and February 17th, 1861Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.Boston : Robert F. Wallcut, 1861.
1861MassachusettsSpeech of Richard H. Dana, Jr., : at Manchester, N.H. on Tuesday evening, February 19, 1861.Dana, Richard Henry, 1815-1882.Boston: : Published by Redding & Co. : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery., 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe spirit of the South towards northern freemen and soldiers defending the American flag against traitors of the deepest dye..Boston: : published by R.F. Wallcut, no. 221 Washington Street., 1861..
1861MassachusettsA guide to HaytiBoston : Haytian bureau of emigration, 1861.
1861MassachusettsThe Loyalty and devotion of colored Americans in the Revolution and War of 1812.Boston: : Published by R. F. Wallcut, No. 221 Washington Street., 1861.
1861MassachusettsExercises at a consecration of the flag of the Union, :Boston: : Printed by Alfred Mudge & Son, 34 School Street:, 1861.
1861MassachusettsComparison of products, population, and resources of the free and slave states.Cambridge [Mass.] : printed by Welch, Bigelow, and Company, [c1861].
1861MassachusettsThe war and slavery, or, Victory only through emancipation.Boston : R. F. Wallcut, 1861.
1861MichiganOur national sins to be repented of, : and the grounds of hope for the preservation of our federal constitution and union. : A discourse delivered Friday, January 4, 1861, on the day of fasting, humiliation and prayer appointed by the president of the United States.Duffield, George, 1794-1868.Detroit: : Free Press Mammoth Book and Job Printing House., 1861.
1861NetherlandsIs de emancipatie der slaven in onze West-Indische Bezittingen Tijdig?A. V. S.Amsterdam : Wilh. Gilbers, 1863.
1861New HampshireLetter on the present crisis : addressed to Hon. Gilman Marston, member of Congress from New-HampshireUpham, Nathaniel G. (Nathaniel Gookin), 1801-1869.Concord : McFarland & Jenks, 1861.
1861New JerseyThe Constitution not a compact between sovereign states. : An oration, delivered at Princeton, New Jersey, on the 4th of July, 1861,Field, Richard Stockton, 1803-1870.Princeton, N.J.: : J.T. Robinson, printer., 1861..
1861New YorkA sermon, preached on the day of the National Fast, : January 4th, A.D. 1861, in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.,Guion, Thomas T. (Thomas Tompkins)Brooklyn: : I. Van Anden's Print, 30 and 32 Fulton Street., 1861..
1861New YorkLetter from the Right Rev. John H. Hopkins, D.D., Ll. D. bishop of Vermont, on the Bible view of slavery..Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868.New-York: : Printed by W.F. Kost, 12 & 14 Spruce Street., 1861..
1861New YorkFree speechStanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902.[New York? : s.n., 1861]
1861New YorkThe republicBourne, Wm. Oland (William Oland), 1819-1901.[New York : Printed by E.O. Jenkins, 20 North William St. For sale at Brinkerhoff's Book store, 103 Fulton St., N.Y.], [1861?]
1861New YorkThe great conspiracy. : An address delivered at Mt. Kisco, West Chester County, New York, on the 4th of July, 1861, the 86th anniversary of American independence.Jay, John, 1817-1894.New-York: : Roe Lockwood & Son, 411 Broadway. ; London: : --Trübner & Co., 1861..
1861New YorkGerrit Smith to Owen Lovejoy.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1861?]
1861New YorkCompromise will not save the Union. : Correspondence between John H. Hugg, Esq., of Maryland, and Hon. J.B. McKean, of New York..Hugg, John H.[Saratoga Springs, N.Y.] : Potter & Judson, printers, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., [1861]
1861New YorkA pilgrimage to my motherland : An account of a journey among the Egbas and Yorubas of Central Africa, in 1859-60Campbell, Robert, of the Niger Valley Exploring PartyNew-York : Published by Thomas Hamilton, 48 Beekman St. ; Philadelphia : By the author, 661 North Thirteenth St., 1861.
1861New YorkThe state of the country : From the Princeton Review, January, 1861.Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878.[New York : Sold at the New-York office of the Princeton Review], [1861]
1861New YorkOld Abe Lincoln and his abolition war!Julien.[New York, N.Y.? : s.n., 1861?]
1861New YorkLiberty--a power among the nations. No. 4. : Barlow, in the eighth book of his Columbiad, gives a portrait of slavery which every freeman should study. ... New York, June 10, 1861.Liberty papers. No. 4.[New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1861]
1861New YorkA dissertation on slavery : with a proposal for the gradual abolition of it in the state of VirginiaTucker, St. George, 1752-1827.New York, Reprinted: s.n., 1861.
1861New YorkA mother's peace offering to American houses; or, The martyr of the nineteenth century.Little, L. J. (Laura Jane)New-York: : John A. Gray, printer, stereotyper, and binder, fire-proof buildings, 16 & 18 Jacob Street, corner of Frankfort., 1861..
1861New YorkReport of the select committee to which was referred that portion of the governor's message relative to our national difficulties : transmitted to the legislature January 16, 1861.New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on National Difficulties.Albany : Charles Van Benthuysen, printer, 1861.
1861New YorkDiscourse on the national crisis, : delivered by the Rev. F.C. Ewer, at St. Ann's Church, New-York, on the evening of the fifth Sunday after Easter, (May 5,) and repeated, by request, on the evening of the Sunday after Ascension, (May 12,) 1861..Ewer, Ferdinand C. (Ferdinand Cartwright), 1826-1883.New-York: : Geo F. Nesbitt & Co., printers and stationers, corner of Pearl and Pine Streets., 1861..
1861New YorkDisunion and slavery : a series of letters to Hon. W.L. Yancey, of AlabamaRaymond, Henry J. (Henry Jarvis), 1820-1869.[New York? : s.n., 1861?]
1861New YorkThe octoroon; or, Life in Louisiana. : A play, in five acts.Boucicault, Dion, 1820-1890.[New York?] : Printed, not published., [1861?]
1861New YorkThe salvation of the country secured by immediate emancipation : A discourse by Rev. George B. Cheever, D.D., : delivered in the Church of the Puritans, Sabbath evening, Nov. 10, 1861.Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890.New-York : John A. Gray, printer, stereotyper, and binder, fire-proof buildings, corner of Frankfort and Jacob Streets, 1861.
1861New YorkIntroduction : AddressEverett, Edward, 1794-1865.[New York : Geo. P. Putnam, 1861].
1861New YorkBible view of slavery : a discourse, delivered at the Jewish synagogue, "Bnai Jeshurum," New York, on the day of the national fast, Jan. 4, 1861Raphall, Morris J. (Morris Jacob), 1798-1868.New York : Rudd & Carleton, 1861.
1861New YorkThanksgiving sermon : delivered at the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, on Thursday, December [i.e. November] 29, 1860Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902.New York : G.F. Nesbitt, Printers, 1861.
1861New YorkNegroes and Negro "slavery" : the first an inferior race : the latter its normal conditionVan Evrie, John H., 1814-1896.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1861.
1861New YorkAmerican Society for Promoting National Unity ...American Society for Promoting National Unity.New York : John F. Trow, Printer, 1861.
1861New YorkThe national controversy : or, the voice of the fathers upon the state of the countryStiles, Joseph C. (Joseph Clay), 1795-1875.New York : Rudd & Carleton, 1861.
1861New YorkSouthern wealth and northern profits, : as exhibited in statistical facts and official figures.Kettell, Thomas Prentice.New York: : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., no. 162 Nassau Street., 1861..
1861New YorkThe great issues now before the country : An orationEverett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.,), 1861 [C.A. Alvord, printer].
1861New YorkSecession, and its causes : in a letter to Viscount Palmerston, K.G., Prime Minister of EnglandWikoff, Henry, 1813-1884.New York : Ross & Tousey, 1861.
1861New YorkThe rebellion : its latent causes and true significance : in letters to a friend abroadTuckerman, Henry T. (Henry Theodore), 1813-1871.New York : James G. Gregory, 1861.
1861New YorkThe valley of decision : a plea for unbroken fealty on the part of the loyal states to the Constitution and the Union, despite the offences of the rebel states. A discourse, given on occasion of the national fast, Sept. 26, 1861, in All Souls' ChurchBellows, Henry W. (Henry Whitney), 1814-1882.New York : H.B. Price, publisher and bookseller, 1861.
1861New YorkThe cotton kingdom : a traveller's observation on cotton and slavery in the American slave states : based upon three former volumes of journeys and investigations by the same authorOlmsted, Frederick Law, 1822-1903.New York : Published by Mason Brothers, 5 and 7 Mercer Street ; London : Sampson Low, Son & Co., 47 Ludgate Hill, 1861.
1861New YorkThe rebellion, its origin and main-spring : an oration delivered by Hon. Charles Sumner, under the auspices of the Young Men's Republican Union of New York, November 27, 1861.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.New York : Young Men's Republican Union, 1861.
1861New YorkThe Okavango River : a narrative of travel, exploration, and adventureAndersson, Charles John, 1827-1867.New York : Harper & Brothers, publishers, 1861.
1861New YorkThe Southern rebellion and the war for the union : a history of the rise and progress of the rebellion and consecutive narrative of events and incidents, from the first stages of the treason against the Republic, down to the close of the conflict, together with important documents, extracts from remarkable speeches, &c., &c.Victor, Orville J. (Orville James), 1827-1910.New York : James D. Torrey, [1861].
1861New YorkThe union: : an address by the Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, delivered before the literary societies of Amherst College, July 10th, 1861.Dickinson, Daniel S. (Daniel Stevens), 1800-1866.New York: : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.,) 46 Walker Street., 1861.
1861New YorkThe last travels of Ida Pfeiffer : inclusive of a visit to Madagascar : with an autobiographical memoir of the authorPfeiffer, Ida, 1797-1858.New York : Harper, 1861.
1861New YorkA South Carolina protest against slavery: : being a letter from Henry Laurens, second president of the Continental Congress, to his son, Colonel John Laurens; dated Charleston, S.C., August 14th, 1776. Now first published from the original..Laurens, Henry, 1724-1792.New York: : G.P. Putnam, 532 Broadway., 1861..
1861New YorkThe questions of the day : An address, delivered in the Academy of Music in New York, on the fourth of July, 1861Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : Geo. P. Putnam, 1861.
1861New YorkThe questions of the day : an address delivered in the Academy of Music, in New York, on the 4th of July, 1861Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : H.H. Lloyd & Co. ; London : Trubner & Co., 1861.
1861New YorkPictures of southern life, social, political, and military.Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907.New York: : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.,) 46 Walker Street., 1861..
1861New YorkThe last political writings of Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, U.S.A. : with a sketch of his life and military services.Lyon, Nathaniel, d. 1861.New York : Rudd & Carleton, 1861.
1861New YorkThe questions of the day : an address delivered in the Academy of Music, in New York, on the 4th of July, 1861Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : H.H. Lloyd & Co. ; London : Trubner & Co., 1861.
1861New YorkAnnual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : by the executive committee, for the year ending May 1, 1860.American Anti-Slavery Society.New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1861 [Boston : printed by Prentiss and Deland].
1861New YorkThe causes of the American civil war : A letter to the London TimesMotley, John Lothrop, 1814-1877.New York : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.), 1861 [C.A. Alvord, printer].
1861New YorkThe questions of the day : An address, delivered in the Academy of Music, in New York, on the fourth of July, 1861Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : Geo. P. Putnam, 1861.
1861New YorkAmerican Society for Promoting National Unity ...American Society for Promoting National Unity.New York : J.F. Trow, Printer, 1861.
1861New YorkThe English language, in Liberia. : The annual address before the citizens of Maryland County, Cape Palmas, Liberia--July 26, 1860. Being the day of national independence,Crummell, Alexander, 1819-1898.New York: : Bunce & Co., printers, 321 Pearl St., (2d floor.), 1861.
1861New YorkThe great conspiracy. : An address delivered at Mt. Kisco, Westchester County, New York, on the 4th of July, 1861, the eighty-fifth [i.e. eighty-sixth] anniversary of American independence.Jay, John, 1817-1894.New York: : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.,) 46 Walker Street., 1861.
1861New YorkAmerican history /Vol. III. The southern colonies.Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879.New York: : Sheldon & Company. ; Boston: : Gould & Lincoln., [1861?]
1861New YorkComic history of the United States. : Pictorial history of the United States, in which many facts are given, not to be found in any other book.Hazard, Willis P. (Willis Pope), 1825-1913.New York: : Leavitt & Allen,, 1861..
1861New YorkThe causes of the American civil warMotley, John Lothrop, 1814-1877.New York : D. Appleton & Company, 1861.
1861New YorkHear the South! : the state of the country : an article republished from The Southern Presbyterian reviewThornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862.New York : D. Appleton & Co., 1861.
1861New YorkThe uprising of a great people. : The United States in 1861.Gasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.New York: : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street., 1861..
1861New YorkTwenty-eighth annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : by the executive committee, for the year ending May 1, 1861.American Anti-Slavery Society.New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1861.
1861New YorkThe causes of the American civil war : a paper contributed to the London TimesMotley, John Lothrop, 1814-1877.New York : H.H. Lloyd & Co. ; London : Trubner & Co., July 1st, 1861.
1861New YorkThe questions of the day : An address, delivered in the Academy of Music, in New York, on the fourth of July, 1861Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : Geo. P. Putnam, 1861.
1861New YorkThe great issues now before the country : An orationEverett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.,), 1861 [C.A. Alvord, printer].
1861New YorkThe twenty-fourth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1861.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Published for the board: at the Mission House, 23 Centre Street., 1861.
1861New YorkThe causes of the American civil war : A letter to the London TimesMotley, John Lothrop, 1814-1877.New York : James G. Gregory, (successor to W.A. Townsend & Co.), 1861 [C.A. Alvord, printer].
1861New YorkHistory of American abolitionism; its four great epochs. : Embracing narratives of the Ordinance of 1787, Compromise of 1820, annexation of Texas, Mexican War, Wilmot proviso, Negro insurrections, abolition riots, slave rescues, Compromise of 1850, Kansas bill of 1854, John Brown insurrection, 1859, valuable statistics, &c., &c., &c. : Together with a history of the Southern Confederacy. : (Originally published in the New York herald.)De Fontaine, F. G. (Felix Gregory), 1832-1896.New York: : D. Appleton & Co. : Chas. Craske, stereotyper. : Barton & Son, printers, 111 Fulton Street, N.Y., 1861.
1861New YorkThe relations of religion to the war : a sermon delivered on fast-day, Sept. 26, 1861Carpenter, Hugh Smith, 1824-1899.New York : W.A. Townsend, 39 Walker Street : C.A. Alvord, printer, 1861.
1861New YorkAmerican slavery distinguished from the slavery of English theorists, and justified by the law of natureSeabury, Samuel, 1801-1872.New York : Mason Brothers, 1861.
1861New YorkThe nation's danger and the nation's duty : a sermon, preached in St. John's Parish, Passaic, New-Jersey, on Sunday afternoon, April 21st, 1861Smith, M. B. (Marshall B.), 1832-1882.New York : John A. Gray, Printer ; 1861.
1861New YorkThe rebellion, its origin and main-spring : an oration delivered by Hon. Charles Sumner under the auspices of the Young Men's Republican Union of New York, November 27, 1861.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.New York : Young Men's Republican Union, 1861.
1861New YorkPatriotism and the slaveholders' rebellion. : An oration.Henry, C. S. (Caleb Sprague), 1804-1884.New York: : D. Appleton and Company, 443 & 445 Broadway. ; London: : [s.n.], 16 Little Britain., 1861..
1861New YorkThe American question in its national aspect : Being also an incidental reply to Mr. H. R. Helper's "Compendium of The impending crisis of the South."Peissner, Elias.New York : H. H. Lloyd and Co.,Publishers, 1861. (Davies & Kent, Stereotypers and Electrotypers)
1861New YorkThe ordeal of free labor in the British West IndiesSewell, William G. (William Grant), 1829-1862.New York, Harper & Brothers, 1861.
1861New YorkThe Union : a sermon delivered in Grace Church, New York, on the day of the national fast, January 4, 1861Taylor, Thomas House, 1799-1867.New York : Baker & Godwin, 1861.
1861New YorkOfficial report of the Niger Valley Exploring Party.Delany, Martin Robison, 1812-1885.New York: : Thomas Hamilton, No. 48 Beekman Street. ; London: : Webb, Millington & Co., Fleet Stree. ; Leeds: : --J.B. Barry, Trinity Street. ; [New York] : A.J. Brady, printer and stereotyper, 5 Tryon Row, New York., 1861.
1861New YorkThe effect of secession upon the commercial relations between the North and South, and upon each section.Lord, Daniel, 1795-1868.New York : Office of the New York times, 1861.
1861New YorkThe questions of the day : an address, delivered in the Academy of music, in New York, on the fourth of July, 1861.Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.New York : G.P. Putnam, 1861.
1861New YorkSeventh annual report of the Southern Aid Society : presented by the Executive Committee, at the annual meeting of the Society, in New-York, November 25, 1860.Southern Aid Society. Executive Committee.New York : George F. Nesbitt & Co., 1861.
1861New YorkThe uprising of a great people. : The United States in 1861.Gasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.New York: : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street., 1861..
1861New YorkAfrican servitude : What is it, and what its moral character? : A discourseCleveland, William Neal, 1832-1906.New York : for sale by D. Appleton & Company, 443 & 445 Broadway : John F. Trow, printer, 50 Greene Street, New York, 1861.
1861New YorkA key to the disunion conspiracy : the partisan leaderTucker, Beverley, 1784-1851.New York : Reprinted by Rudd & Carleton, 1861.
1861New YorkExclusion of newspapers from the mail : a plain statement for a candid public.Van Evrie, Horton & Co.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1861.
1861New YorkPrayer for rulers:, or, Duty of Christian patriots, : a discourse, preached in the Madison Square Presbyterian Church, New York, on the day of the national fast, Jan 4, 1861.Adams, William, 1807-1880.New York : : Rudd & Carleton, 130 Grand Street, Brooks Building, cor. of Broadway., M DCCCLXI. [1861]
1861New YorkReview of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's discourse on "The character and influence of abolitionism" : a sermon preached in the Third Reformed Presbyterian Church, Twenty-Third Street, New York, on Sabbath evening, December 23, 1860Sloane, J. R. W. (James Renwick Wilson), 1823-1886.New York : William Erving, 1861.
1861New YorkPatriotic and heroic eloquence : a book for the patriot, statesman and student.New York : James G. Gregory, 1861.
1861New YorkThe crisis : its rationale.New York : Ross & Tousey, 1861.
1861New YorkFast day sermons: or The pulpit on the state of the country..New York: : Rudd & Carleton, 130 Grand Street., MDCCCLXI. [1861]
1861New YorkThe Tribune almanac and political register for 1861.New York : Tribune Association, [1861]
1861New YorkMaterials for history, printed from original manuscriptsNew York : Printed for the Zenger club, 1861.
1861New YorkThe song of the "contrabands" "O let my people go" : words and music obtained through the Rev. L.C. Lockwood, chaplain of the Contrabands at Fortress MunroeNew York : Published by Horace Waters 481 Broadway ; Boston : O. Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St., c1861.
1861New YorkThe fugitive slave law and its victims.New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1861.
1861New YorkWest coast of Africa. : Facts:New York: : John J. Zuille, printer, no. 396 Canal Street., 1861..
1861OhioState of the country.Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Cincinnati : published at the office of the Danville Review, No. 25 West Fourth Street, 1861.
1861OhioShort notes on the Dred Scott caseBrooke, John T.Cincinnati : Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., printers, 25 West Fourth Street, 1861.
1861OhioWilkerson's history of his travels & labors : in the United States, as a missionary, in particular, that of the Union Seminary, located in Franklin Co., Ohio, since he purchased his liberty in New Orleans, La., &c.Wilkerson, Major James.Columbus, Ohio : [s.n.], 1861.
1861OhioFour articles on the state of the country, and the Civil WarBreckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Cincinnati : published at the office of the Danville Review, No. 25 West Fourth Street, 1861.
1861OhioA sermon on the occasion of the national fast, appointed by proclamation of President Lincoln, September 26, 1861 : preached in the 1st Methodist E. Church, Urbana, O.Sears, Clinton W.Springfield, Ohio : Republic Job Printing Rooms, 1861.
1861OhioThe civil war : its nature and endBreckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Cincinnati : published at the office of the Danville Review, No. 25 West Fourth Street, 1861.
1861OhioOur country: its peril and its deliverance : From advance sheets of the Danville Quarterly Review, for March, 1861Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Cincinnati : published at the office of the Danville Review, No. 25 West Fourth Street, 1861.
1861OhioOur country: its peril and its deliverance : From advance sheets of the Danville Quarterly Review, for March, 1861Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Cincinnati : published at the office of the Danville Review, No. 25 West Fourth Street, 1861.
1861OhioSpeech of Hon. P. Hitchcock, of Geauga, on the "Bill to prevent giving aid to fugitive slaves" : In the House of Representatives, Feb. 23, 1861.Hitchcock, Peter, b. 1818.Columbus [Ohio] : Richard Nevins' Steam Printing House, 1861.
1861OhioThe secession of the whole South an existing fact : a peaceable separation the true course : its effect on peace and trade between the sections.Cincinnati : Henry Reed & Co., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaThe French and American tariffs compared : in a series of letters addressed to Mons. Michel Chevalier ...Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.Philadelphia : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne Street, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaSouthern rights and Northern duties in the present crisis : A letter to Hon. William PenningtonBaird, Samuel J. (Samuel John), 1817-1893.Philadelphia : For sale by Lindsay & Blakiston; Smith, English & Co. and other booksellers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaLivingstone's travels and researches in South Africa; : including a sketch of sixteen years' residence in the interior of Africa, and a journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda on the west coast, thence across the continent, down the river Zambesi, to the eastern ocean.Livingstone, David, 1813-1873.Philadelphia: : J.W[.] Bradley, publisher, 48 N. Fourth Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaSecession, coercion, and civil war. : The story of 1861..Jones, J. B. (John Beauchamp), 1810-1866.Philadelphia: : T.B. Peterson and Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street., [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaBy-laws of the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments.Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia : s.n., between 1861 and 1865]
1861PennsylvaniaThe Jeff Davis piracy cases. : Full report of the trial of William Smith for piracy, as one of the crew of the Confederate privateer, the Jeff Davis. Before Judges Grier and Cadwalader, in the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, held at Philadelphia, in October, 1861.Smith, William, mariner defendant.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaThe claims of labor, and their precedence to the claims of free trade.Colwell, Stephen, 1800-1871.Philadelphia: : C. Sherman & Son, printers., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaWashington and the union : oration delivered by Hon. Robert M. Palmer, Speaker of the Senate of Pennsylvania, at the reception of President Lincoln at Harrisburg, and the raising of the national flag on the dome of the Capitol, on the 22d day of February, 1861.Palmer, Robert M., 1820-1862.[Harrisburg? : s.n. , 1861]
1861PennsylvaniaSecession: : a folly and a crime..Ingersoll, Joseph R. (Joseph Reed), 1786-1868.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, 607 Sansom Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaNotes on "Southern wealth and northern profits".Powell, Samuel.Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaThirty-second annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania : to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia : McLaughlin Brothers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaThe love of country : A sermon delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. April 28, 1861Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870.Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son, printers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaSpeeches of Maj. Wm. A. Stokes, U. S. Army, and Hon. Edgar Cowan, U. S. Senate : delivered at the Union Convention, Westmoreland County, Pa., September, 1861.Stokes, William A. (William Axton), 1814?-1877.Pittsburgh [Pa.] : Printed by Barr & Myers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaReport of the Board of Health of the city and port of Philadelphia : to the mayor for 1867.Philadelphia (Pa.). Board of HealthPhiladelphia : Printed by order of the board, 1868.
1861PennsylvaniaWar and emancipation : A Thanksgiving sermon, preached in the Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. on Thursday, November 21, 1861Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, [1861].
1861PennsylvaniaThe thirty-third annual report of the Board of Managers of the House of Refuge, : with an appendix, containing the annual statement of the Treasurer, the annual report of the Ladies' Committee, of the Superintendents and of the Principal Teachers, &c..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, Sansom St., above Eleventh., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaThe Union. : Remarks of H.G. Leisenring in the House of Representatives (Pennsylavania legislature.) January 21, 1861..Leisenring, H. G. (Henry G.)Philadelphia: : M'Laughlin Brothers, book and job printers, 112 South Third Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaDeclaration of sentiments and constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society.American Anti-Slavery Society.Philadelphia : published by the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaThe border states: : their power and duty in the present disordered condition of the country.Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaThe God of our fathers. : An historical sermon preached in the Coates' Street Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Fast Day, January 4, 1861.Duffield, George, 1818-1888.Philadelphia: : published by T.B. Pugh, S.W. cor. Sixth & Chestnut Sts. : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaTwenty-seventh annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, Lodge street, north side of Pennsylvania Bank., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaUnion.--Slavery.--Secession : Letter from Governor R.K. Call, of Florida, to John S. Littell, of Germantown, Pennsylvania.Call, R. K. (Richard Keith), 1791-1862.Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son, printers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaSpeech of Maj. Wm. A. Stokes, U. S. Army, : delivered at the Union Convention, Westmoreland County, Pa., September, 1861.Stokes, William A. (William Axton), 1814?-1877.Pittsburgh : Printed by Barr & Myers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaNorthern hearts embrace Southern homesDale, James W. (James Wilkinson), 1812-1881.Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son, Printers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaUnited States vs. William Smith. : Piracy. Speech of Hon. William D. Kelley..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. [1861?]
1861PennsylvaniaThe American vine. : A sermon preached in Christ Church, Philadelphia, Friday, January 4, l861, on occasion of the national fast, recommended by the president of the United States, because of the dangers which threaten the Union.Dorr, Benjamin, 1796-1869.Philadelphia: : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne Street., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaEngland and America : a discourse delivered by W.H. Furness minister of the First Congregational Unitarian Church Sunday December 22 1861.Furness, William Henry, 1802-1896.[Philadelphia] : C. Sherman & Son, printers, Philada., [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaAbr[ah]am Lincoln and South Carolina.Jermon, J. Wagner.Philadelphia: : D.E. Thompson, printer, S.W. cor. Seventh and Market Sts., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaSecession resisted..Ingersoll, Joseph R. (Joseph Reed), 1786-1868.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaThe Ides of March; or, Abraham Lincoln, private citizen. : Being a sequel to The end of the irrepressible conflict.Merchant of Philadelphia.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaA fair and honest view of our national troubles.Wilmer, Lambert A., 1805?-1863.Philadelphia : s.n., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaReport of the Board of Health of Philadelphia for 1860 : sanitary and statistical : in accordance with an act of the Legislature, approved March 8th, 1860 for the registration of births, marriages and deaths.Philadelphia (Pa.). Board of HealthPhiladelphia : King & Baird, Printers, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaThe five cotton states and New York; : or, Remarks upon the social and economical aspects of the southern political crisis.Colwell, Stephen, 1800-1871.[Philadelphia? : s.n.], January, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaLetters of Elias Hicks : Including also Observations on the slavery of the Africans and their descendants, and on the use of the produce of their labor.Hicks, Elias, 1748-1830.Philadelphia : published by T. Ellwood Chapman, 1861, [c1834].
1861PennsylvaniaOur own sins : a sermon preached in the Arch Street Church, on the day of humiliation and prayer, appointed by the President of the United states, Friday, January 4th, 1861Wadsworth, Charles, 1814-1882.Philadelphia : King & Baird, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaLetters of the Hon. Joseph Holt, the Hon. Edward Everett, and Commodore Charles Stewart, on the present crisis..Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.Philadelphia: : William S. & Alfred Martien, no. 606 Chestnut Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaForty-second annual report of the Board of Education, of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America, : presented to the General Assembly, May, 1861.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaSlavery and the Bible : a tract for the timesSchaff, Philip, 1819-1893.Chambersburg, Pa. : M. Kieffer & Co.'s Caloric Printing Press, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaP.T. Barnum's Museum of Living Wonders! : will be opened for two weeks, commencing Monday, Dec. 23d, in the spacious hall fitted up expressly for the better inspection of these marvels of animated nature, on the first floor, and in this eligible location, for the especial accommodation of family parties. To be seen at all hours from 9, A.M. to 10, P.M. The living black sea lion ... The What is it? or, man monkey! ... The albino family from Madagascar, ... The albino family will be absent for meals from 12 to 1 and from 5 to 6 o'clock. Admission. 25 cents Children under 10 years, 15 cts.Barnum's Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaAssembly Buildings Positively last week of the combined exhibitions! : Your chances lessen, daily, of witnessing the horrors of war! and ruthless bloodshed!! Monday eve'g, Sept. 9, and every evening during the week stereopticon of the Southern Rebellion together with the Russian war, ... Admission, 25 cts. Children, 15 cts. Colored people 25 cts. Doors open at half-past 7. Performances commence at 8. The exhibition commences with the Rebellion. Grand day performance, Saturday afternoon for the especial accommodation of families and children, who cannot visit in the evening. On this occasion the house will be thoroughly darkened, and the exhibition given with the same effect as at night.Assembly Buildings (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaReasons for our opposition to the Southern Confederacy. : A sermon preached in the Central M. E. Church, Philadelphia, Thursday, September 26, 1861, on the occasion of the national fast appointed by the President of the United States, because of the dangers which threaten the Union.Neill, James, Rev.Philadelphia: : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne Street., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaThe mensuration of the human skull.Meigs, James Aitken, 1829-1879.Philadelphia: : J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaMiscellaneous sermons, essays, and addressesVan Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 1808-1860.Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaSlavery sanctioned by the Bible. : The first part of a general treatise on the slavery question.Jones, John Richter, 1803-1863.Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaThirty-first annual report of the board of managers of the Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons, : together with the report of the committee having charge of the Camden School for Colored Adults..Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons.Philadelphia: : Pile & M'Elroy, printers,, 1861..
1861PennsylvaniaCourage in a good cause; : or, The lawful and courageous use of the sword. : A sermonDuffield, George, 1818-1888.[Philadelphia] : T.B. Pugh, stationer, N.W. cor. Sixth & Chestnut Sts. : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street., [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaThe black gauntlet : a tale of plantation life in South CarolinaSchoolcraft, Henry Rowe, Mrs.Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott & co., 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaWar and emancipation : A Thanksgiving sermon, preached in the Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., on Thursday, November 21, 1861Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, [1861].
1861PennsylvaniaChristmas entertainment of the 28th Regiment, Penna. Vol's. (Col. John W. Geary,) : at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. Stage manager, Lieut. Thos. H. Elliott. Acting do. Lieut. Gilbert L. Parker. Leader of orchestra, Lieut. J.G. Warwick. Ethiopian director, Corp. Wm. Roberts, Jr. Programme. Afternoon at three o'clock. ...Geary Thespian Corps.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Harbach & Bro., printers, 36 North 8th St. Philad., [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaBarnum's Living Wonders at the Assembly Buildings, : corner of Tenth and Chestnut Streets, every day and evening, commencing Tuesday, March 12, '61. Open from 10 o'clock, A.M., till 1, P.M.; from 2 till 5, and from half-past six till half-past 9 o'clock, P.M. The following extraordinary living curiosities, late of Barnum's American Museum, N.Y., where they have been visited by hundreds of thousands of people, including both the simply curious and scientific, and pronounced by all, the most wonderful human curiosities! ever brought to the attention of the public. They are, first, albino family! Rudolph Lucasia, wife and child, from Madagascar. ... The wonderful and world renowned living Aztec children! ... Also, an African earth woman! ... Admission to all, only 25 cents Children under 10 years, 15 cents.Barnum, P. T. (Phineas Taylor), 1810-1891.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, [1861]
1861PennsylvaniaOur national sins. : A sermon preached in the Presbyterian Church, of Strasburg, Lancaster County, Pa. Sabbath, December 30, 1860, and repeated by request Friday, January 4, 1861,Kugler, John B.[Lancaster, Pa.? : W.B. Wiley], 1861. W.B. Wiley, pr..
1861PennsylvaniaThe North and the South misrepresented and misjudged : or, a candid view of our present difficulties and danger, and their causes and remedy.Philadelphia : Printed for the author, 1861.
1861PennsylvaniaNot impossible.[Philadelphia : W.F. Geddes], [1860?]
1861PortugalCultura do algodão em Angola.Welwitsch, Friedrich, 1806-1872.Lisboa : Imprensa Nacional, 1861.
1861Rhode IslandSpeech of Hon. Elisha R. Potter, of South Kingstown : upon the resolution in support of the Union, with an additional note.Potter, Elisha R. (Elisha Reynolds), 1811-1882.Providence : Cooke & Danielson, 1861.
1861Rhode IslandGod's purpose in the war. : A sermon preached in the Beneficent Congregational Church, Providence, R.I., May 12, 1861.Clapp, A. Huntington (Alexander Huntington), 1818-1899.Providence: : Knowles, Anthony & Co., printers., 1861.
1861ScotlandWilfrid and Mary, or, Father and daughter : a domestic comedy illustrative of American slave lifeSt. Bo', Theodore.Edinburgh : M. Macphail ; New York : Appelton, 1861.
1861ScotlandEgypt, the Soudan and Central Africa : with explorations from Khartoum on the White Nile, to the regions of the equator : being sketches from sixteen years' travelPetherick, John, 1813-1882.Edinburgh : W. Blackwood, 1861.
1861South CarolinaMessage no. 1 of His Excellency F. W. Pickens : to the legislature at the extra session of November, 1861.South Carolina. Governor (1860-1862 : Pickens)Columbia, S.C. : Charles P. Pelham, 1861.
1861South CarolinaThe state of the country : an article republished from The Southern Presbyterian reviewThornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862.Columbia, S.C. : Southern Guardian Steam-Power Press, 1861.
1861South CarolinaReply to Professor Hodge, on the "state of the country."Grayson, William J. (William John), 1788-1863.Charleston : Evans & Cogswell, 1861.
1861South CarolinaAddress of Hon. John S. Preston, commissioner from South Carolina, to the Convention of Virginia, February 19, 1861.Preston, John Smith, 1809-1881.Columbia, S.C. : Steam Power-Press of R.W. Gibbes, 1861.
1861South CarolinaThe relation between the races at the South.Charleston [S.C.] : Evans & Cogswell, 1861.
1861Undefined place of publicationState or province? : Bond or free? : addressed particularly to the people of ArkansasPike, Albert, 1809-1891.[S.l. : s.n.], 1861.
1861Undefined place of publicationSpeech of Robert E. Randall, of Philadelphia, on the laws of the state relative to fugitive slaves : delivered in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania January 16, 1861.Randall, Robert E.[S.l.] : Hamilton, Printer, [1861?]
1861Undefined place of publicationCosmopolitan ideas on the Union.Cosmopolitan, pseud.[S.l. : s.n., ca. 1861]
1861Undefined place of publicationA northern voice for the dissolution of the Union of the United States of America.[S.l. : s.n.], 1861..
1861Undefined place of publicationThree grand mistakes![S.l. : s.n., 1861?]
1861Undefined place of publicationPopular delusions in relation to war, slaves, slavery, and the abolition of slavery : dangers of the country and the remedies proposed : progress of secession, disunion, treason & rebellion.[S.l. : Journal office, 1861]
1861United StatesThe war of secession.Blanchard, Joshua P. (Joshua Pollard), 1782-1868.[United States : s.n., 1861?]
1861United StatesNorth and south, or, What is slavery?Geeup, Jehu.[United States?] : Printed for the booksellers., 1861..
1861United StatesNew Ethiopian Serenaders now performing at Washington. : The Black Republican Opera Troop, now occupying the White House, respectfully inform the public that they have, at great expense to the nation, engaged the celebrated clown and acrobat, Abe Linkum, This artiste, so famous for his fete (a joke) between Harrisburg and Washington in March, is the source of much interest, though not a man of much principle. (another joke.) By permission of Gen. Beauregard he will in a few days conclude his entertainment with a flying leap from the dome of the Capitol to the Illinois State House. W.H. Seward, manager.[United States : s.n., 1861]
1861United StatesAddress from the natives and citizens of slave states, being citizens and sojourners in the cities of New York and Philadelphia, to the Union men of those states.[United States : s.n., 1861?]
1861United StatesFamiliar songs latinized. : Published for the benefit of the Sanitary Commission.[United States : s.n., between 1861 and 1866]
1861VirginiaThe new Constitution of Virginia : with the amended Bill of Rights, as adopted by the Reform Convention of 1850-1851, and amended by the Convention of 1860-1861.Virginia.[Richmond : s.n., 1861]
1862ConnecticutThe nail hit on the head : or, The two Jonathans agreeing to settle the slave question with or without more fighting, as the South pleasesBacon, Leonard, 1802-1881.New Haven : Published by Thomas H. Pease, 1862.
1862ConnecticutThe nation's blessing in trial : a sermon preached in the South Presbyterian Church of BrooklynSpear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), 1812-1891.Brooklyn : Wm. W. Rose, 1862.
1862ConnecticutSlavery not a divine institution. : Freemen of Connecticut!.[Connecticut : s.n., 1862?]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. L.M. Morrill, of Maine, on the confiscation of property : delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 5, 1862.Morrill, Lot M. (Lot Myrick), 1812-1883.[Washington] : L. Towers & Co., printers, [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John S. Carlile, of Virginia, on the bill to confiscate the property and free the slaves of rebels : delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 11, 1862.Carlile, John S. (John Snyder), 1817-1878.Washington : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. W. Saulsbury, of Del., on confiscation : in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, June 24, 1862.Saulsbury, Willard, 1820-1892.Washington : McGill, Witherow & Co., printers, [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaBarbarities of the rebels at Manassas : May 6, 1862 ....United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War.[Washington : s.n., 1862?]
1862District of ColumbiaEmancipation and its results : is Ohio to be Africanized?Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889.Washington City [Washington D.C.] : L. Towers & Co., Printers, [1862].
1862District of ColumbiaRansom of slaves at the national capital : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the bill for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia, in the Senate of the United States, March 31, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Congressional Globe Office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. B.F. Wade, of Ohio : in the Senate of the United States, Friday, May 2, 1862, on the confiscation bill.Wade, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1800-1878.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaWar powers of Congress : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the House bills for the confiscation of property and the liberation of slaves belonging to rebels, delivered in Senate of the United States, June 27, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Scammell & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaMessage of the President of the United States to the Senate and House of Representatives.United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)[Washington : s.n., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. L.W. Powell, of Kentucky, on the bill to confiscate the property and free the slaves of rebels : delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 16, 1862.Powell, L. W. (Lazarus Whitehead), 1812-1867.Washington : L. Towers & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaIndependence of Hayti and Liberia. : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the bill to authorize the appointment of diplomatic representatives to the republics of Hayti and Liberia, with the debate thereon, in the Senate of the United States, April 23 and 24, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Congressional Globe Office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on maritime rights : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 9, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Congressional Globe Office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Thomas, of Massachusetts : on the relation of the "seceded states" (so called) to the Union, and the confiscation of property and emancipation of slaves in such states, in the House of Representatives, April 10, 1862.Thomas, Benjamin Franklin, 1813-1878.Washington : Congressional Globe Office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaLetter of Hon. Montgomery Blair, postmaster general, to the meeting held at the Cooper Institute : New York, March 6, 1862.Blair, Montgomery, 1813-1883.Washington : printed at the Congressional Globe office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSlaves and slavery, how affected by the war : remarks of Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, in the Senate of the United States, April 2, 1862.Sherman, John, 1823-1900.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., Printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaConfiscation of rebel property : speech of Hon. A.A. Sargent, of California, in the House of Representatives, May 23, 1862.Sargent, A. A. (Aaron Augustus), 1827-1887.[Washington : s.n., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Charles R. Train, of Massachusetts : on the heresy of the doctrine of state rights : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 24, 1862.Train, Charles Russell, 1817-1885.[Washington] : L. Towers & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaVindication of the Union speech of Hon. Joseph Segar, of the First Congressional District of Virginia, before the Union Meeting in Portsmouth, Va., on Saturday, May 31, 1862.Segar, Joseph Eggleston, 1804-1885.Washington, D.C. : Printed by W.H. Moore, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Benjamin Wood, of New York, on the state of the Union : in the House of Representatives, May 16th, 1862.Wood, Benjamin, 1820-1900.Washington, D.C. : McGill, Witherow & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaLetter of Hon. Joseph Segar, to a friend in Virginia : in vindication of his course in declining to follow his state into secession.Segar, Joseph Eggleston, 1804-1885.Washington, D.C. : W.H. Moore, printer, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaAfrican colonization : An address delivered by Hon. John H.B. Latrobe ... at the anniversary meeting of the American Colonization Society, held in the hall of the House of Representatives, Washington City, January 21, 1862.Latrobe, John H. B. (John Hazlehurst Boneval), 1803-1891.Washington : printed by H.S. Bowen, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaThe relation of the national government to the revolted citizens defined : No power in Congress to emancipate their slaves or confiscate their property proved. The Constitution as it is, the only hope of the countryCarroll, Anna Ella, 1815-1894.[Washington, D.C.] : Henry Polkinhorn, printer, Washington, [1862].
1862District of Columbia[General orders affecting the volunteer force, 1862.]United States. Adjutant-General's Office.Washington: G.P.O., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. G.W. Dunlap, of Kentucky, : on the cause of the rebellion, and the constitutional power of Congress to quell it by emancipating the slaves. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1862..Dunlap, G. W. (George Washington), 1813-1880.[Washington, D.C.] : L. Towers & Co., print., [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaVindication of Major General John C. Fremont, against the attacks of the slave power and its allies, by Hon. John P.C. Shanks, of Indiana : in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, March 4, 1862.Shanks, John P. C. (John Peter Cleaver), 1826-1901.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Charles J. Biddle, of Pennsylvania : Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 2, 1862.Biddle, Charles J. (Charles John), 1819-1873.[Washington, D.C.] : [L. Towers & Co., printers, corner Sixth Street and Louisiana Avenue], [1862].
1862District of ColumbiaOpinion of Attorney General Bates on citizenship.United States. Dept. of Justice. Office of the Attorney GeneralWashington [D.C.] : Government Printing Office, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J. J. Crittenden, of Kentucky, on the confiscation of rebel property. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 23, 1862.Crittenden, John J. (John Jordan), 1787-1863.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printers., [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of Mass., in the Senate, March 27th, 1862 : on the bill to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia, introduced by him December 16th, 1861, referred to the District Committee, and reported back with amendments by Mr. Morrill.Wilson, Henry, 1812-1875.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaThe recognition of Hayti and Liberia. : Speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, June 3, 1862..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co. printers, corner of Second Street and Indiana avenue, third floor, 1862..
1862District of ColumbiaThe Constitution and the Union--maintain the one to preserve the other. : Speech of Hon. A.L. Knapp, of Illinois, on the policy and object of the war. Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 5, 1862..Knapp, A. L. (Anthony Lausett), 1828-1881.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printers., [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaDiscourse on the death of Rev. Walter Proctor, of PhiladelphiaWayman, A. W. (Alexander Walker), 1821-1895.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1862?]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, of Indiana : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 21, 1862.Voorhees, Daniel W. (Daniel Wolsey), 1827-1897.[Washington, D.C., Towers, 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaIndependence of Hayti. : Speech of Hon. Thomas D. Eliot, of Mass., in the House of Representatives, June 3, 1862, on the bill to authorize the appointment of diplomatic representatives to the republics of Hayti and Liberia..Eliot, Thomas D. (Thomas Dawes), 1808-1870.[Washington, D.C.] : Scammell & Co., printers, corner of Second Street & Indiana Avenue, third floor, [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J.R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, : on homesteads for white men in the temperate zone--homesteads for black men in the tropics--white immigration to and black emigration from the United States--a continental policy, embracing all climes and races, bringing freedom and homes to all; delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 11, 1862.Doolittle, James R. (James Rood), 1815-1897.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. David Wilmot of Pennsylvania : on the confiscation of property : delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 30, 1862.Wilmot, David, 1814-1868.Washington, D.C. : Towers & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaRecognition of Liberia and Hayti--rights of consuls. : Speech of Hon. Robert McKnight, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, June 3, 1862..McKnight, Robert, 1820-1885.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, corner of Second and Indiana Avenue, third floor., 1862..
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J.M. Ashley, of Ohio : in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1862, on the bill for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia.Ashley, James Mitchell, 1824-1896.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. William Allen of Ohio, on confiscation and emancipation : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, April 24, 1862.Allen, William, 1803-1879.Washington, D.C. : McGill, Witherow & Co., printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaThe death of slavery--the life of the nation : speech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts : delivered in the Senate, May 1, 1862 : on the bill to confiscate the property and free the slaves of rebels.Wilson, Henry, 1812-1875.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaRemarks of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in opposition to the employment of slaves in navy-yards, arsenals, dock-yards, etc., and in favor of the Pacific Railroad..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, cor. of Second & Indiana Avenue, third floor., 1862..
1862District of ColumbiaConduct of the war : speech of Hon. W. P. Sheffield of Rhode Island : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1862.Sheffield, William P.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, on the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 18, 1862..Hale, John P. (John Parker), 1806-1873.[Washington, D.C.] : L. Towers & Co., printers., [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaThe forfeiture and confiscation of rebel property in the Confederate States. : Speech of Hon. Edgar Cowan, of Pennsylvania, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, March 4, 1862.Cowan, Edgar, 1815-1885.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, corner of Second and Indiana Avenue, third floor, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. John Law, of Indiana, on the "Bill emancipating slaves of rebels," and the "Bill confiscating the property of rebels," : nos. 471 and 472, in the House of Representatives, May 23d, 1862..Law, John, 1796-1873.[Washington, D.C.] : Henry Polkinhorn, printer, Washington., [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaThe policy of the administration. : Speech of Hon. W.D. Kelley, of Penn., delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1862..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, corner of Second & Indiana Avenue, third floor., 1862..
1862District of ColumbiaThe pledges of the government : speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, of Ind., in the House of Representatives, February 20, 1862.Voorhees, Daniel W. (Daniel Wolsey), 1827-1897.[Washington, D.C. : Scammel & Co., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaGradual abolishment of slavery : message from the President of the United States, in relation to co-operating with any state for the gradual abolishment of slavery.United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaThe war: its cause and cure. : Speech of Hon. William M. Davis, of Pa., delivered in the House of Representatives, March 6, 1862.Davis, William M. (William Morris), 1815-1891.[Washington, D.C.] : Scammell & Co[.] printers, corner of Second Street & Indiana Avenue, third floor., [1862].
1862District of ColumbiaThe way to attain and secure peace. : Speech of Hon. W.D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Dec. 19, 1862..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaIndemnity for the past and security for the future : speech of Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on his bill for the confiscation of property and the liberation of slaves belonging to rebels, in the Senate of the United States, May 18, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. W.T. Willey : delivered in the United States Senate, May 29, 1862 : on presenting the memorial of the legislature of Virginia, requesting the consent of Congress to the erection of a new state within the jurisdiction of that state, to be called "West Virginia".Willey, Waitman T. (Waitman Thomas), 1811-1900.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaThe way to attain and secure peace. : Speech of Hon. W.D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Dec. 19, 1862..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSlavery in the Capital of the Republic : speech of Hon. E. H. Rollins, of New Hampshire, in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1862, on the bill for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia.Rollins, Edward Henry, 1824-1889.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaObjects of the war and how it should be conducted : speech of Hon. Hendrick B. Wright, of Penn., delivered in the House of Representatives, January 20, 1862.Wright, Hendrick B. (Hendrick Bradley), 1808-1881.Washington, D.C. : Scammell & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaThe alliance with the Negro : Speech of Hon. Charles J. Biddle, of Pennsylvania; delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, March 6, 1862.Biddle, Charles J. (Charles John), 1819-1873.[Washington, D.C.] : [L. Towers & Co., printers, corner Louisiana Avenue and Sixth Street], [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaThe constitution and the union let them together be maintained : speech of Hon. N. Perry, of New Jersey : delivered in the House of Representatives, March 6, 1862.Perry, Nehemiah, b. 1816.Washington : Towers, [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaEmancipation and enrollment of slaves in the service of the United States : Speech of Hon. Charles B. Sedgwick, of New York, delivered in the House of Representatives, Friday, May 23, 1862.Sedgwick, C. B. (Charles Baldwin), 1815-1883.Washington : Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Thomas, of Massachusetts, on confiscation : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 24, 1862.Thomas, Benjamin Franklin, 1813-1878.Washington : L. Towers & Co., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaLetter on the relation of the white and African races in the United States : showing the necessity of the colonization of the latter : Addressed to the President of the U.S.Mitchell, James.Washington : G.P.O., 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaVia media : a peaceful and permanent settlement of the slavery questionWillard, Emma, 1787-1870.Washington : Henry Polkinhorn, 1862.
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J.J. Crittenden, of Kentucky, on the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1862.Crittenden, John J. (John Jordan), 1787-1863.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers & Co., print., [1862]
1862District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John Hutchins, of Ohio, on the bill for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia; : delivered in the House of Representatives, April 14, 1862..Hutchins, John, 1812-1891.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., 1862..
1862EnglandThe experience of a slave in South Carolina.Jackson, John Andrew.London: : Printed by Passmore & Alabaster, Wilson Street, Finsbury., 1862..
1862EnglandThe American question in a nut-shell; : or, why we should recognize the Confederates.Reid, Hugo, 1809-1872.London: : Robert Hardwicke, 192 Piccadilly., MDCCCLXII. [1862].
1862EnglandSouthern secession. : A letter addressed to Captain M.T. Maury, Confederate navy, on his letter to Admiral Fitzroy.Cowell, John Welsford.London: : Robert Hardwicke, 192 Piccadilly., 1862.
1862EnglandThe Pentateuch and book of Joshua critically examinedColenso, John William, 1814-1883.London: : Longsman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green. : Printed by Spottiswoode and Co. ... , 1863. 1862-1879.
1862EnglandSlavery and secession in America, historical and economical; : Together with a practical scheme of emancipation.Ellison, Thomas, 1833-1904.London: : Sampson Low, Son, & Co., 47 Ludgate Hill., 1862..
1862EnglandChristian missions : their agents, their methods and their resultsMarshall, T. W. M. (Thomas William M.), 1818-1877.London : Burns and Lambert, 1862.
1862EnglandA memoir of the life and writings of Thomas Day : author of "Sandford and Merton"Blackman, John.London : John Bedford Leno, 56, Drury Lane, W.C., 1862.
1862EnglandEngland, the North, and the South.Beresford Hope, A. J. B. (Alexander James Beresford), 1820-1887.London: : James Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly, W. ; Maidstone [England]: : Wickham, Week Street; : C.J. Cooke, Middle Row., 1862..
1862EnglandFurther correspondence relating to the Civil War in the United States of North America. : Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1862..Great Britain. Foreign OfficeLondon: : Printed by Harrison and Sons., [1862]
1862EnglandTreaty between Her Majesty and the United States of America, for the suppression of the African slave trade. : Signed at Washington, April 7, 1862. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1862..Great Britain.London: : Printed by Harrison and Sons., [1862]
1862EnglandCorrespondence respecting the seizure of Messrs. Mason, Slidell, McFarland, and Eustis, : from on board the royal mail-packet "Trent," by the commander of the United States' ship of war "San Jacinto." : Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1862..Great Britain. Foreign OfficeLondon: : Printed by Harrison and Sons., [1862]
1862EnglandThe West Indies : their social and religious conditionUnderhill, Edward Bean, 1813-1901.London : Jackson, Walford, and Hodder, 1862.
1862EnglandThe deeper wrong; or, Incidents in the life of a slave girl.Jacobs, Harriet A. (Harriet Ann), 1813-1897.London: : W. Tweedie, 337, Strand., 1862..
1862EnglandThe American union : its effect on national character and policy : with an inquiry into secession as a constitutional right, and the causes of the disruptionSpence, James, b. 1816.London : Richard Bentley, 1862.
1862EnglandOn the recogniton of the Southern ConfederationSpence, James, b. 1816.London : Richard Bentley, 1862.
1862EnglandThe American questionStory, William Wetmore, 1819-1895.London : George Manwering, 1862.
1862EnglandThe American war.Hall, Newman, 1816-1902.London: : James Nisbet & Co., Berners Street. : John Snow, Paternoster Row., [1862]
1862EnglandThe results of the American disruption: : the substance of a lecture delivered by request before the Maidstone Literary & Mechanics' Institution, in continuation of A popular view of the American Civil War, and England, the North and the South.Beresford Hope, A. J. B. (Alexander James Beresford), 1820-1887.London: : James Ridgway, Piccadilly. W. ; Maidstone [England]: : Wickham, Week Street; : C.J. Cooke, Middle Row., 1862..
1862EnglandPrehistoric man : researches into the origin of civilisation in the Old and the New worldWilson, Daniel, Sir, 1816-1892.Cambridge [England] : Macmillan, 1862.
1862EnglandCause and probable results of the Civil War in America : facts for the people of Great BritainTaylor, William, 1821-1902.London : Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1862.
1862EnglandSecularia, or, Surveys on the mainstream of historyLucas, Samuel, 1818-1868.London : John Murray, 1862.
1862EnglandThe right of recognition. : A sketch of the present policy of the Confederate States.Recent tourist.London: : Robert Hardwicke, 192, Piccadilly., 1862.
1862EnglandTen years in the United States : being an Englishman's view of men and things in the North and SouthMitchell, D. W. (David W.)London : Smith, Elder and Co., 1862.
1862EnglandEngland and the disrupted states of America.Grattan, Thomas Colley, 1792-1864.London: : Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly., 1862..
1862EnglandCorrespondence relating to the Civil War in the United States of North America. : Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1862..Great Britain. Foreign OfficeLondon: : Printed by Harrison and Sons., [1862]
1862EnglandAnent the United States and Confederate States of North America.London : James Ridgway, 1862.
1862EnglandAddress to Christians throughout the world[London : printed by Edmund Evans], [1862?].
1862EnglandThe American question : Secession. Tariff. Slavery.Brighton [Eng.] : Harry Taylor, 1862.
1862EnglandThe woes of war : a letter of sorrowLondon : James Ridgway, 1862.
1862EnglandAddress to Christians throughout the world[London : Strangeways and Walden, printers], [1862?]
1862FranceLes États-Unis et la FranceLaboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.Paris : E. Dentu, libraire-éditeur, Palais-Royal, galerie d'Orléans, 15., 1862.
1862FranceL'Amérique devant l'Europe : principes et intérêtsGasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.Paris : Michel Lévy frères, libraires éditeurs rue Vivienne, 2 bis, et boulevard des Italiens, 15 a la librairie nouvelle, 1862.
1862FranceAperçus sur les institutions et les moeurs des AméricainsMilliroux, J. Félix.Paris : E. Dentu, 1862.
1862FranceUne parole de paix sur le différend entre l'Angleterre et les 'Etats-UnisGasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.Paris : Michel L'evy frères, libraires 'editeurs rue Vivienne, 2 bis, 1862.
1862FranceLa vérité sur les États confédérés d'AmériqueDe Leon, Edwin, 1818-1891.Paris : E. Dentu, libraire-éditeur Palais-Royal 13 et 17, galerie d'Orléans, 1862.
1862FranceDe l'esclavage dans ses rapports avec l'union américaineCarlier, Auguste, 1803-1890.Paris : Michel Lévy frères, libraires-éditeurs, rue Vivienne, 2 bis, et Boulevard des Italiens, 15 a la librairie nouvelle : imprimerie Simon Raçon et Comp., rue d'Erfurth, 1, 1862.
1862FranceLe Brésil tel qu'il estExpilly, Charles, 1814-1886.Paris : E. Dentu, éditeur, librarire de la Société des gens de lettres 13 et 17, galérie d'Orléans, Palais Royal., 1862.
1862FranceLettre de Mgr l'évêque d'Orléans au clergé de son diocèse sur l'esclavage.Dupanloup, Félix, 1802-1878.[Paris] : Librairie classique de Perisse Frères ... ; Paris : nouvelle maison Régis Ruffet et Cie, sucrs 38, rue Saint-Sulpice. ; Lyon : ancienne maison rue Mercière, 49 et rue centrale, 34. ; Paris. : Imp. de W. Remquet, Goupy et Cie, rue Garancière, 5., 1862.
1862GeorgiaPastoral letter from the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to the clergy and laity of the church in the Confederate States of America : delivered before the General Council, in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Saturday, Nov 22d, 1862.Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America.Augusta, Ga. : Steam Power Press Chronicle & Sentinel, 1862.
1862GermanyInner-Afrika nach dem Stande der geographischen Kenntniss in den Jahren 1861Petermann, A. (August), 1822-1878.Gotha : J. Perthes, 1862.
1862IllinoisSolon, or, The rebellion of '61 : a domestic and political tragedyDelphine.Chicago, Ill. : S.P. Rounds, Book and Job Printer, 1862.
1862IllinoisSong of the Negro boatmen at Port Royal, 1861.Merrill, Hiram T. cmpChicago: : Published by Root & Cady 95 Clark Street. ; [New York] : Wm. Hall & Son, Firth, Pond & Co., New York ; [Boston] : Russell & Tolman, Boston. ; [Cleveland] : S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland. ; [Milwaukee] : H.N. Hempsted, Milwaukee., c1862.
1862IndianaUncle Sam's army songster : a collection of patriotic, sentimental, and comic songs.Indianapolis, Ind. : C.O. Perrine, c1862.
1862IrelandThe revolution in America : a lecture by John Elliott Cairnes ... ; Delivered before the Dublin Young Men's Christian Association in connexion with the United Church of England and Ireland, in the Metropolitan Hall, October 30th, 1862. The Right Rev. H. Verschoyle, Lord Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh in the chair.Cairnes, John Elliott, 1823-1875.Dublin : Hodges, Smith and Co., 104, Grafton-Street, booksellers to the university : Sold by all booksellers, 1862.
1862KentuckyProgress and intelligence of Americans : collateral proof of slavery from the first to the eleventh chapter of Genesis, as founded on organic law, and from the fact of Christ being a caucasian, owing to his peculiar parentage : progress of slavery south and south-west, with free labor advancing, through the acquisition of territory : advantages enumerated and explainedWheat, M. T. (Marvin T.)Louisville, Ky. : M.T. Wheat, c1862.
1862KentuckyAn address to the people of the United States, and particularly of the slave states.Morris, Walker.Louisville : Bradley & Gilbert, 1862.
1862KentuckyK.G.C. : an authentic exposition of the origin, objects, and secret work of the organization known as the Knights of the Golden Circle.[Louisville, Ky.?] : [Published by the U.S. National U.C.], [c1862].
1862MarylandWelcome to the ransomed : or, duties of the colored inhabitants of the District of ColumbiaPayne, Daniel Alexander, 1811-1893.Baltimore : Bull & Tuttle, 1862.
1862MarylandInaugural address of Hon. Augustus W. Bradford, governor of Maryland; : delivered in the Senate chamber, before the Senate and House of Delegates, January 8, 1862..Maryland. Governor (1862-1866 : Bradford)Annapolis: : Thomas J. Wilson., 1862..
1862MarylandInaugural address of Hon. Augustus W. Bradford, governor of Maryland; : delivered in the Senate chamber, before the Senate and House of Delegates, January 8, 1862..Maryland. Governor (1862-1866 : Bradford)Annapolis: : Schley & Cole, printers., 1862..
1862MarylandShall the federal government instigate a servile war? : Is slaveholding constitutional and scriptural?Fugitt, James Preston, 1825-1899.Baltimore: : Printed by John D. Toy., 1862..
1862MarylandRemarks of Senators Rice & Wilkinson, in the United States Senate, on the 9th and 10th of July, 1862 : on the bill to employ negroes to labor, &c. in the United States Army, during the southern rebellion.Rice, Henry M. (Henry Mower), 1816-1894.Baltimore : Printed by John Murphy & Co., 1862.
1862MarylandThe African in America : to find his true position, and place him in it, the via media on which the North and South might meet in a permanent and happy settlement.Willard, Emma, 1787-1870.[Baltimore : s.n., 1862]
1862MarylandMessage of the governor of Maryland, to the General Assembly, January session, 1864..Maryland. Governor (1862-1866 : Bradford)Annapolis: : Bull & Tuttle., 1864..
1862MarylandA remedy for the defects of the ConstitutionWilcox, Andrew J. (Andrew Jackson), 1835-1870.[Baltimore : s.n., 1862]
1862MarylandThe emancipation problem in MarylandMayer, Brantz, 1809-1879.Baltimore : s.n., 1862.
1862MarylandAn appeal for the Constitution : : Theory and practice of the government.Democratus, pseud.Baltimore: : Printed by W. M. Innes, Adams Express Building, 1862.
1862MassachusettsAn oration delivered on the Fourth of July, 1862, before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston.Curtis, George Ticknor, 1812-1894.Boston: : J.E. Farwell and Company, printers to the city, no. 37 Congress Street., 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe Negroes at Port Royal : report of E.L. Pierce, government agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury.United States. Dept. of the TreasuryBoston : R.F. Wallcut, 1862.
1862MassachusettsCorrespondence on the present relations between Great Britain and the United States of America..Field, Edwin W. (Edwin Wilkins), 1804-1871.Boston: : Little, Brown, and Company, 110, Washington Street., 1862..
1862MassachusettsFlorence Erwin's Three homes. : A tale of North and South..Erwin, Florence.Boston: : Crosby and Nichols. : Electrotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry., 1862..
1862MassachusettsThe rejected stone : or, Insurrection vs. resurrection in AmericaConway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 1862, [c.1861]. [Printed by John Wilson and Son].
1862MassachusettsExecutive power.Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, 1809-1874.Boston: : Little, Brown and Company. ; Riverside, Cambridge: : Printed by H.O. Houghton., 1862.
1862MassachusettsExecutive power.Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, 1809-1874.Boston: : Little, Brown and Company. ; Riverside, Cambridge: : Printed by H.O. Houghton., 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe indissoluble nature of the American union : considered in connection with the assumed right of secession : A letter to Hon. Peter Cooper, New YorkCapen, Nahum, 1804-1886.Boston : A. William and Company ; New York : Ross and Tousey, 1862.
1862MassachusettsEmancipation : a discourse delivered in Park Street Church, on Fast Day morning, April 3, 1862Stone, A. L. (Andrew Leete), 1815-1892.Boston : Henry Hoyt, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe golden hour.Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.Boston: : Ticknor and Fields. ; [Cambridge, Mass.] : University Press: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, Cambridge., 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe war powers of the President : and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slaveryWhiting, William, 1813-1873.Boston : John L. Shorey, 1862.
1862MassachusettsDiary ...De Gurowski, Adam G., count, 1805-1866.Boston: : Lee and Shepard, successors to Phillips, Sampson & Co., 1862-[1866].
1862MassachusettsDemocracy in AmericaTocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Cambridge : Sever and Francis, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe true story of the barons of the South : or, the rationale of the American conflictReynolds, E. W. (Elhanan Winchester), 1827-1867.Boston : Walker, Wise and co., 1862.
1862MassachusettsRemarks of the Hon. B. F. Thomas, of Massachusetts : on the relation of the "seceded states" (so called) to the Union, and the confiscation of property and emancipation of slaves in such states, in the House of Representatives, April 10, 1862.Thomas, Benjamin Franklin, 1813-1878.Boston, John Wilson and Son, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe experience of Thomas H. Jones, : who was a slave for forty-three years.Jones, Thomas H.Boston: : Printed by Bazin & Chandler, 37 Cornhill., 1862..
1862MassachusettsAn historical research respecting the opinions of the founders of the republic on negroes as slaves, as citizens, and as soldiers : read before the Massachusetts Historical Society, August 14, 1862Livermore, George, 1809-1865.Boston : Printed by John Wilson and Son, 1862.
1862MassachusettsHope for our country. : A sermon, preached in the South Church, Salem, October 19, 1862,Dwinell, Israel Edson, 1820-1890.Salem [Mass.]: : Printed by Charles W. Swasey, no. 27 Washington Street., 1862.
1862MassachusettsConstitutional law : with reference to the present condition of the United StatesParker, Joel, 1795-1875.Cambridge (Mass.) : Welch, Bigelow, 1862.
1862MassachusettsEmancipation! : its policy and necessity as a war measure for the suppression of the rebellion : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, at Faneuil Hall, Oct. 6, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.[Boston? : 1862.]
1862MassachusettsA review of the reasons assigned for the rebellionAbbott, A. R.Boston : Abel Tompkins, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe American crisis; or, Trial and triumph of democracyChase, Warren, 1813-1891.Boston : published by Bela Marsh, 14 Bromfield Street : Stereotyped by Hobart & Robbins, New England Type and Stereotype Foundery, Boston, 1862.
1862MassachusettsVacation tourists and notes of travel in 1861Galton, Francis, Sir, 1822-1911.Cambridge : Macmillan and Co. and 23, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden ; London, 1862.
1862MassachusettsTragedy of errors.Putnam, Mary Lowell, 1810-1898.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1862, c1861.
1862MassachusettsRational triumph, or, The dangers of victory : a discourse delivered in the Congregational church of the town of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, upon the occasion of the federal triumphs over the victories of February, 1862, and in view of ultimate victoryMcGinley, William Anderson, 1831-1896.Worcester [Mass.] : Printed by Edward R. Fiske, 1862.
1862MassachusettsTragedy of success.Putnam, Mary Lowell, 1810-1898.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1862 [Riverside, Cambridge : Stereotyped and printed by H.O. Houghton]
1862MassachusettsAbstract of the annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, for 1862.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston? : s.n.], [1862].
1862MassachusettsEdwin BrothertoftWinthrop, Theodore, 1828-1861.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1862.
1862MassachusettsJohn BrentWinthrop, Theodore, 1828-1861.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1862.
1862MassachusettsSlavery in the South : or, What is our present duty to the slaves?Craik, James, 1806-1882.Boston : Prentiss & Deland, book and job printers, No. 40, Congress Street, 1862.
1862MassachusettsPublic morals, or, The true glory of a state. : A discourse delivered before the executive and legislative departments of the government of Massachusetts, at the annual election, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 1862.Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905.Boston: : William White, printer to the state., 1862.
1862MassachusettsWar powers of the President : and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slaveryWhiting, William, 1813-1873.Boston : John L. Shorey, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe future civilization of the South : a sermon preached, on the 13th of April, 1862, at the South Congregational Church, BostonHale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909.[Boston? : s.n., 1862?]
1862MassachusettsThe nation's hour : a tribute to Major Sidney Willard, delivered in the West Church, December 21, Forefathers' Day.Bartol, C. A. (Cyrus Augustus), 1813-1900.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 1862 [Printed by John Wilson and Son]
1862MassachusettsGeo. Francis Train, unionist, on T. Colley Grattan, secessionist.Train, George Francis, 1829-1904.Boston : Lee & Shepard, 1862.
1862MassachusettsEdwin BrothertoftWinthrop, Theodore, 1828-1861.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe United States and France.Laboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.Boston: : Published at the Office of the Boston daily advertiser., 1862..
1862MassachusettsEmancipation in the West IndiesSanborn, F. B. (Franklin Benjamin), 1831-1917.Concord, Mass. : [s.n.], 1862.
1862MassachusettsA discourse upon causes for thanksgiving : preached at Watertown, Nov. 30, 1862Weiss, John, 1818-1879.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe question before us..Guild, Samuel Eliot, 1819-1862.Boston: : Printed by John Wilson and Son, 22, School Street., 1862..
1862MassachusettsProceedings of the convention of the people of Massachusetts : holden at Faneuil Hall, Boston, October 7th, 1862, in accordance with the call of Joel Parker and others.People's Party (Mass.)Boston : Stereotyped and printed by C.J. Peters, 1862.
1862MassachusettsExecutive power.Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, 1809-1874.Boston: : Little, Brown and Company. ; Riverside, Cambridge: : Printed by H.O. Houghton., 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe great conflict, or, cause and cure of secessionMiller, Leo.Boston : B. Marsh, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe bound girl: : and other stories.Leslie, Madeline, 1815-1893.Boston: : Henry Hoyt. No. 9 Cornhill., 1862..
1862MassachusettsSlavery, or, Oppression at the North as well as the South!Gray, C. (Christopher)Worcester [Mass.] : Printed for the author, 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe contest in AmericaMill, John Stuart, 1806-1873.Boston : Little, Brown, 1862.
1862MassachusettsExecutive power.Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, 1809-1874.Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by H. O. Houghton., 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe works of Rufus Choate : with a memoir of his lifeChoate, Rufus, 1799-1859.Boston : Little, Brown and Company, 1862.
1862MassachusettsSouthern hatred of the American government, the people of the North, and free institutions..Boston : : Published by R.F. Wallcut, no. 221 Washington Street., 1862.
1862MassachusettsThe housekeeper's assistant of indispensable receipts and information. : Consumption; its symptoms, treatment, and prevention.Boston: : For sale by booksellers generally, 1862.
1862MichiganPresident Tappan's message to the Law Congress of the University of Michigan : delivered January 18th, 1862.Tappan, Henry Philip, 1805-1881.Ann Arbor : Clark, Wiltsie & Co., 1862.
1862MinnesotaAlleghania : a geographical and statistical memoir : exhibiting the strength of the Union, and the weakness of slavery, in the mountain districts of the SouthTaylor, James W. (James Wickes), 1819-1893.Saint Paul : James Davenport, 1862.
1862MississippiDiary of the war for separation : a daily chronicle of the principal events and history of the present revolution : to which is added notes and descriptions of all the great battles including Walker's Narrative of the battle of Shiloh.[Vicksburg, Miss.] : [Published] By H.C. Clarke, Vicksburg, Miss. ; Augusta, Ga. : Steam Press of Chronicle & Sentinel, 1862.
1862MissouriThe war of slavery upon the Constitution. : Address of Charles D. Drake, on the anniversary of the Constitution. : Delivered in the city of Saint Louis, Sept. 17, 1862.Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892.[Saint Louis? : s.n., 1862]
1862MissouriLectures on science, politics, morals, and society.Lawton, Edward.St. Louis [Mo.]: : Published by James M. Crawford., 1862.
1862MissouriBird's-eye views of slavery in Missouri.Leigh, Edwin.Saint Louis [Mo.]. : For sale by Keith & Woods, C.C. Bailey, James M. Crawford, C. Witter., 1862..
1862NetherlandsDe opheffing van de slavernij en de toekomst van Nederlandsch West-IndieNetscher, Adriaan David van der Gon.Gravenhage : Gebroeders Belinfante, 1862.
1862New JerseyThe Constitution : originating in compromise, it can only be preserved by adhering to its spirit, and observing its every obligation : an addressWall, James W. (James Walter), 1820-1872.Burlington : Office of the Dollar Newspaper, 1862.
1862New MexicoAddress of the Legislative Assembly of New Mexico. : manifesto of the Council and House of Representatives to the inhabitants of the Territory of New Mexico.New Mexico. Legislative Assembly[Santa Fe, N.M. : s.n., Jan. 29, 1862]
1862New YorkRadicalism and the national crisis : a sermon preached in the South Presbyterian Church of BrooklynSpear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), 1812-1891.Brooklyn [N.Y.] : Wm. W. Rose, bookseller and printer, 142 Atlantic Street, 1862.
1862New YorkSpeeches of Hon. Horatio Seymour : at the conventions held at Albany, January 31, 1861 and September 10, 1862.Seymour, Horatio, 1810-1886.[New York : Comstock & Cassidy, 1862].
1862New YorkRe-construction.Bourne, Wm. Oland (William Oland), 1819-1901.[New York] : Published for the author, by M. Doolady, agent, No. 49 Walker St., N.Y., [1862?]
1862New YorkConsiderations on the slavery question, addressed to the President of the United States.Smith, Truman, 1791-1884.[New York : s.n., 1862]
1862New YorkAddenda to the Municipalist.Richter, M. A. (Maurice A.)[New York? : s.n., 1862]
1862New YorkA treatise on the law of the American rebellion, and our true policy, domestic and foreign.Gardner, Daniel, 1799-1863.New-York: : John W. Amerman, printer, no. 47 Cedar Street., 1862..
1862New YorkTo the editor of the journal : Sir :--Will you allow me to propose through the columns of your paper, the following subjects for friendly discussion among ourselves as neighbors ...Carter, Luther C. (Luther Cullen), 1805-1875.[New York : s.n., 1862]
1862New YorkWesleyan manual: : a defence of the organization of the Wesleyan Methodist Connection. With an introduction by Rev. Cyrus Prindle.Lee, Luther, 1800-1889.Syracuse, N.Y.: : Samuel Lee, publisher., 1862..
1862New YorkRe-construction.Bourne, Wm. Oland (William Oland), 1819-1901.[New York : M. Doolady, 1862]
1862New YorkA proclamation by the President of the United States. : I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America, and Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare ... Done in the city of Washington this twenty-second day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, ...United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)[New York, N.Y.] : Published by Walter Low, 823 Broadway, bet. 12th and 13th Sts., N.Y.--Price 2 cts., [1862?]
1862New YorkCampagne de l'Armée du Potomac, : (mars-juillet 1862).Joinville, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie d'Orléans, prince de, 1818-1900.New-York, : Librairie de F.W. Christern, 763 Broadway. : Librairie du Courrier des Etats-Unis, 92 Walker Street., 1862..
1862New YorkThe slavery question settled : man-stealing, legitimate servitude, etc.Kingsbury, Harmon, d. 1868.New-York : John A. Gray, printer, stereotyper, and binder, Fire-proof buildings, corner of Frankfort and Jacob Streets, 1862.
1862New YorkThirteen months in the Rebel Army : being a narrative of personal adventures in the infantry, ordnance, cavalry, courier, and hospital services : with an exhibition of the power, purposes, earnestness, military despotism, and demoralization of the SouthStevenson, William G.New York : A.S. Barnes & Burr, 1862.
1862New YorkThe twenty-fifth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1862.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Published for the board:, 1862.
1862New YorkThe war with the South : a history of the late rebellion with biographical sketches of leading statesmen and distinguished naval and military commanders, etc.Tomes, Robert, 1817-1882.New York: : Virtue & Yorston, publishers, 12 Dey Street., [1862-1867]
1862New YorkThe slave power: its character, career, and probable designs : being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contestCairnes, John Elliott, 1823-1875.New York : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway ; (London : Parker, Son & Co.) : R. Craighead, printer, stereotyper, and electrotyper, Caxton building, 81, 83, and 85 Centre Street, 1862.
1862New YorkForty-sixth annual report of the American Bible Society, presented May 8, 1862 : With an appendix, containing a list of auxiliary societies and their officers, and also of the life directors and members of the society.American Bible Society.New York : American Bible Society, 1862.
1862New YorkA letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, : late judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, in review of his recently published pamphlet on the "Emancipation proclamation" of the president.Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles Pinckney), 1830-1904.New York: : Latimer Bros. & Seymour, law stationers, 21 Nassau St., 1862..
1862New YorkThe commander-in-chief : a defence upon legal grounds of the proclamation of emancipation; and an answer to ex-Judge Curtis' pamphlet, entitled "Executive power"Lowrey, Grosvenor Porter, 1831-1893.New York : G.P. Putnam, 1862.
1862New YorkHorace Greeley decently dissected, : in a letter on Horace Greeley, addressed by A. Oakey Hall to Joseph Hoxie, Esq., republished (with an alphabet of notes) by popular request..Hall, A. Oakey (Abraham Oakey), 1826-1898.New York: : Ross & Tousey, no. 121 Nassau Street, general agents for publishers, newsdealers, and booksellers., 1862..
1862New YorkFacts about Santo Domingo, applicable to the present crisis : An address delivered before the American Geographical and Statistical Society at New York, April 3, 1862Fabens, Joseph Warren, 1821-1875.New York : George P. Putnam ; Washington, D.C. : Franck Taylor, 1862 [John F. Trow, printer and stereotyper].
1862New YorkNow is the time to settle it : Suggestions on the present crisisBristed, Charles Astor, 1820-1874.New York : Martin B. Brown, book and job printer, 1862.
1862New YorkThe New York election and the state of the country. : Mr. Jay's address to the citizens of Westchester County, on the approaching state election. Delivered at Morrisania, N.Y., Oct. 30, 1862..Jay, John, 1817-1894.New York: : John F. Trow, printer, 50 Greene Street., 1862..
1862New YorkMinutes of the organization and proceedings of the New England Soldiers' Relief Association.New England Soldiers' Relief Association.New York : J.F. Trow, 1862.
1862New YorkHistorical notes on the employment of Negroes in the American army of the revolutionMoore, George Henry, 1823-1892.New York : Charles T. Evans, 1862.
1862New YorkArtemus Ward : his book, with many comic illustrations.Ward, Artemus, 1834-1867.New York : Carleton, publisher, (late Rudd & Carleton), 1862.
1862New YorkBob Hart's plantation songster : being a collection of all the new, fashionable, patriotic, Ethiopian, comic, and humorous songs, together with the celebrated stump-speech, "Dat's what's de matter," and numerous comic recitationsHart, Bob, 1835-1888.New York : Dick & Fitzgerald, publishers, [c1862] [M'Crea & Miller stereotypers. Printed by C.A. Alvord].
1862New YorkAmong the pines: or, South in secession-time.Gilmore, James R. (James Roberts), 1822-1903.New York: : J.R. Gilmore, 532 Broadway. : Charles T. Evans., 1862..
1862New YorkThe future of the colored race in America : being an article in the Presbyterian quarterly review, of July, 1862Aikman, William, 1824-1909.New York : Anson D.F. Randolph, 1862 [Edward O. Jenkins, Printer and Stereotyper]
1862New YorkThe abolitionists, and their relations to the war; : a lectureGarrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.New York: : published by E.D. Barker, 135 Grand Street. ; London: : Trubner & Co., 60 Paternoster Row., February 15th, 1862.
1862New YorkThe right way the safe way : proved by emancipation in the British West Indies, and elsewhereChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.New York : published and for sale at 5 Beekman Street, 1862.
1862New YorkThe present attempt to dissolve the American union : a British aristocratic plotMorse, Samuel Finley Breese, 1791-1872.New York : Printed for the author [by] J.F. Trow, 1862.
1862New YorkAmong the pines: or, South in secession-time.Gilmore, James R. (James Roberts), 1822-1903.New York: : J.R. Gilmore, 532 Broadway. : Charles T. Evans., 1862..
1862New YorkSpeech of Hon. Horatio Seymour, before the Democratic Union State Convention, at Albany, September 10th, 1862, on receiving the nomination for governor : also, his speech delivered at the Albany Convention, Jan. 31st, 1861.Seymour, Horatio, 1810-1886.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1862.
1862New YorkJefferson at Monticello : the private life of Thomas Jefferson : from entirely new materials : with numerous fac-similesPierson, Hamilton W. (Hamilton Wilcox), 1817-1888.New York : C. Scribner, 1862.
1862New YorkA liberal voice from England : Mr. John Bright's speech at Rochdale, December 4, 1861, on the American crisis : (From the Rebellion Record, in advance of the third volume.)Bright, John, 1811-1889.New York : G.P. Putnam, 532 Broadway. C.T. Evans, gen. agent, 1862.
1862New YorkThe sectional controversy; : or, Passages in the political history of the United States, including the causes of the war between the sections.Fowler, William Chauncey, 1793-1881.New York: : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street., 1862..
1862New YorkThe Army of the Potomac: : its organization, its commander, and its campaign.Joinville, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie d'Orléans, prince de, 1818-1900.New York: : Anson D.F. Randolph, no. 683 Broadway., 1862..
1862New YorkAbolition and secession; : or, cause and effect, together with the remedy for our sectional troubles.Van Evrie, John H., 1814-1896.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1862.
1862New YorkThe Southern rebellion, and the constitutional powers of the Republic for its suppressionDavis, Henry Winter, 1817-1865.New York : published by E.D. Barker. London: Trubner & Co., January 1st, 1862.
1862New YorkFree negroism, or, Results of emancipation in the North and the West India Islands : with statistics of the decay of commerce, idleness of the negro, his return to savageism, and the effect of emancipation upon the farming, mechanical and laboring classes.Van Evrie, Horton & Co.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1862.
1862New YorkThe slave power: its character, career, and probable designs : being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contestCairnes, John Elliott, 1823-1875.New York : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway ; (London : Parker, Son & Co.) : R. Craighead, printer, stereotyper, and electrotyper, Caxton building, 81, 83, and 85 Centre Street, 1862.
1862New YorkSpeeches delivered at the Republican Union Festival, in commemoration of the birth of Washington : held at Irving Hall, Feb. 22, 1862 : under the auspices of the Republican Central Committees, of the city and county of New York.Republican Party (N.Y.)New York : G.P. Putnam, 1862.
1862New YorkThe war for the union : a lecturePhillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.New York : E.D. Barker, 1862.
1862New YorkProceedings at the Mass Meeting of Loyal Citizens : on Union Square, New-York, 15th day of July, 1862, under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, the Union Defence Committee of the Citizens of New York, the Common Council of the City of New York, and other committees of loyal citizens.Mass Meeting of Loyal Citizens (1862 : New York, N.Y.)New York : George F. Nesbitt & Co., printers, corner of Pearl and Pine Sts., 1862.
1862New YorkAmong the pines: or, South in secession-time.Gilmore, James R. (James Roberts), 1822-1903.New York: : J.R. Gilmore, 532 Broadway. : Charles T. Evans., 1862..
1862New YorkAmerica before Europe. : Principles and interests.Gasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.New York: : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street., 1862..
1862New YorkNorth AmericaTrollope, Anthony, 1815-1882.New York : Harper & Brothers, 1862.
1862New YorkFort Lafayette, or, Love and secession : a novelWood, Benjamin, 1820-1900.New York : Carleton, 1862.
1862New YorkLiberia's offering : being addresses, sermons, etc.Blyden, Edward Wilmot, 1832-1912.New York : John A. Gray, printer, stereotyper, and binder, Fire-proof Buildings, corner of Frankfort and Jacob Streets, 1862.
1862New YorkThe future of Africa: : being addresses, sermons, etc., etc., delivered in the republic of Liberia.Crummell, Alexander, 1819-1898.New York: : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street. : John F. Trow, printer, stereotyper, and electrotyper, 48 & 50 Greene Street, New York., 1862.
1862New YorkThe curse of Canaan rightly interpreted, and kindred topics. : Three lectures, delivered in the Reformed Dutch Church, Easton, Pa. January and February, 1862.Edgar, Cornelius H. (Cornelius Henry), 1811-1884.New York: : Baker & Godwin, printers, Printing-House Square, opposite City Hall., 1862..
1862New YorkThe American revolution : a lecture, delivered before the Dublin Young Mens' Christian Association in connection with the United Church of England and Ireland, October 30th, 1862Cairnes, John Elliott, 1823-1875.New York : T.J. Crowen, publisher and bookseller, No. 699 Broadway, 1862.
1862New YorkThe slave power : its character, career, and probable designs, being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contest, by J.E. CairnesMill, John Stuart, 1806-1873.New York : T.J. Crowen, 1862.
1862New YorkSpeech of Gerrit Smith on the country : delivered at the Cooper Institute, New York, December 21, 1862.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New York : Baker & Godwin, printers, 1862.
1862New YorkSlavery in South Carolina and the ex-slaves; or, The Port Royal missionFrench, A. M. (Austa Malinda), 1810-1880.New York : Winchell M. French, 1862.
1862New YorkThe war: a slave Union or a free? : Speech of Hon. Martin F. Conway, delivered in the House of Representatives, December 12, 1861.Conway, M. F. (Martin Franklin), 1827-1882.New York: : Published by E.D. Barker, 135 Grand Street. ; London: : Trubner & Co., 60 Paternoster Row., March 15th, 1862.
1862New YorkCelebration at Tammany Hall, on Friday, July 4th, 1862. : Including the poem, by Henry Morford, Esq.; the oration, by Hon. Charles P. Daly.Tammany Society, or Columbian Order (N.Y.)New York: : Baptist & Taylor, steam book and job printers, Sun Buildings, cor. Fulton and Nassau Streets., 1862.
1862New YorkThe American war.Hall, Newman, 1816-1902.New York: : Anson D.F. Randolph, no. 683 Broadway., 1862..
1862New YorkRaw recruits, or, Abraham's daughter.Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902. cmpNew York : Firth, Pond & Co., 1862.
1862New YorkOrigin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against democratic principles, as well as against the national Union-- : illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. ...New York : Baker & Godwin, printers, 1862.
1862New YorkThe Tribune almanac and political register for 1862.New York : Tribune Association, [1862]
1862New YorkThree unlike speeches,New York: : published by E.D. Barker, 135 Grand Street. ; London: : Trubner & Co., 60 Paternoster Row., March 1st, 1862.
1862New YorkThe Great questions of the times : exemplified in the antagonistic principles involved in the slaveholders' rebellion against democratic institutions as well as against the national union : as set forth in the speech of the Hon. Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan legislature, delivered at Champlain, in Northern N.Y., Oct. 1862 : and also in the 1. Resolutions of the Democratic League : 2. In an economic view of the present contest, by S. Dewitt Bloodgood : 3. In the views of the loyal press of the North; 4. And in an incipient chapter of the Rebellion, concerning "The Texas secessionists, versus, Lorenzo Sherwood in 1856"New York : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, 1862.
1862New YorkThe Nutshell : the system of American slavery "tested by scripture," being "a short method" with pro-slavery D.D's ... : in two lecturesNew York : Published for the author, 1862.
1862New YorkThe life of slavery, or The life of the nation? : Mass meeting of the citizens of New York, (without distinction of party,) at the Cooper Institute, New York, March 6, 1862. Hon. James A. Hamilton in the chair.[New York : G.P. Putnam?, 1862]
1862New YorkN.Y. Young Men's Christian Asso'n : The citizens of New York ... are invited to assemble in mass meeting, on Tuesday evening, June 10, at 8 o'clock, at Cooper Institute to listen to the statement by Mr. Vincent Colyer ... about the loyal Freedmen and their treatment by our government ....[New York] : G. A. Whitehorne, printer 42 Ann St., N.Y., [1862?]
1862New YorkOne country! One constitution! One destiny![New York : For sale at the office of the New-York tribune, 1862]
1862North CarolinaJournal of the convention of the people of North Carolina : held on the 20th day of May, A.D., 1861.North Carolina. Convention (1861-1862)Raleigh : J. W. Syme, printer to the convention, 1862.
1862North CarolinaJournal of the convention of the people of North Carolina : fourth session : held in April and May, 1862.North Carolina. Convention (1861-1862)Raleigh : J. W. Syme, printer to the convention, 1862.
1862North CarolinaJournal of the convention of the people of North Carolina : third session, 1862.North Carolina. Convention (1861-1862)Raleigh : J. W. Syme, printer to the convention, 1862.
1862North CarolinaJournal of the convention of the people of North Carolina : second session : held in November and December, 1861.North Carolina. Convention (1861-1862)Raleigh : J. W. Syme, printer to the convention, 1862.
1862OhioPulpit politics, or, Ecclesiastical legislation on slavery, in its disturbing influences on the American unionChristy, David, b. 1802.Cincinnati : Farran & McLean, 1862.
1862OhioProceedings of the Democratic State Convention, : held at Columbus, Ohio, Friday, July 4, 1862. : Containing the speeches of Hon. Samuel Medary, Hon. C.L. Vallandigham, Hon. Rufus P. Ranney, and Hon. Allen G. Thurman. The address and platform, ballotings for candidates, and names of delegates in attendance.Democratic Party (Ohio). State Convention (1862 : Columbus, Ohio)Dayton: : from the press of the Dayton Empire., 1862.
1862OhioMinutes of the thirty-second session of the Ohio Annual Conference of the African M.E. Church : held in Zanesville City, Ohio, from April 15 to 23, 1862. Publishing committee: S. Watts, Jesse W. Devine, J.A. Shorter.African Methodist Episcopal Church. Ohio Conference (32nd : 1862 : Zanesville, Ohio)Zanesville, O. : Printed at the Daily Courier Office, 1862.
1862OhioAn inquiry into the rights of holding Negroes as slaves : substantially proven and made to appear from natural facts and copious extracts from the BibleKnappenberger, Philip.Strasburg, Tuscarawas Co. O[hio] : [s.n.], 1862.
1862OhioThe great American crisis: or, Cause and cure of the rebellion: : embracing phrenological characters and pen-and-ink portraits of the President, his leading generals and cabinet officers; together with an appendix on the slavery controversy, in which is submitted a novel plan for the full and final adjustment of this vexed question.Smith, L. M., fl. 1862.Cincinnati, O. : Johnson, Stephens & Co., steam printers., 1862.
1862OhioDie frommen Neger : Erzählungen für die Jugend, enthaltend: Jerry, der treue Neger.--Der alte Moses.--Der schwarze Harry von St. Eustach.Cincinnati : Verlag von Poe & Hitchcock, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaSketches of the rise, progress, and decline of secession : with a narrative of personal adventures among the rebelsBrownlow, William Gannaway, 1805-1877.Philadelphia : George W. Childs ; Cincinnati : Applegate & Co., 1862. (Philadelphia : Stereotyped by L. Johnson & Co.)
1862PennsylvaniaSecession, in the future.Ingersoll, Joseph R. (Joseph Reed), 1786-1868.Philadelphia : King & Baird, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaThe work among freedmen..Griffith, Benjamin.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaThe hand of God with the black race. : A discourse delivered before the Pennsylvania Colonization Society,McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889.Philadelphia: : William F. Geddes, printer, 320 Chestnut Street., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaIst sclaverei verdammt in der Bibel? : Oder in der Constitution verboten?Horlacher, Jacob.[Philadelphia? : s.n.], 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaThirty-third annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania for the eastern district of Pennsylvania : to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : with an appendix.Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia : McLaughlin Brothers, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaMartial law.Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith), 1796-1869.Philadelphia: : John Campbell, bookseller, 419 Chestnut Street,, 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaA review of Mr. Seward's diplomacyReed, William B. (William Bradford), 1806-1876.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaA letter to a friend in a slave state.Ingersoll, Charles, 1805-1882.Philadelphia. : [s.n.], 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaNorth AmericaTrollope, Anthony, 1815-1882.Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaThe thirty-fourth annual report of the Board of Managers of the House of Refuge, : with the annual statement of the Treasurer, the annual report of the Ladies' Committee, and of the Superintendents, &c..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, Sansom St. above Eleventh., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaThe future of the colored race in America : being an article in the Presbyterian quarterly review, of July, 1862Aikman, William, 1824-1909.Philadelphia : Wm. S. Young, Printer, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaA reply to Mr. Charles Ingersoll's "Letter to a friend in a slave state"Thayer, M. Russell (Martin Russell), 1819-1906.Philadelphia : John Campbell, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaTwenty-eighth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, corner of Lodge Street and Kenton Place., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaAnnals of the first African church, in the United States of America, now styled the African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, Philadelphia, : in its connection with the early struggles of the colored people to improve their condition, with the co-operation of the Friends, and other philanthropists; : partly derived from the minutes of a beneficial society, established by Absalom Jones, Richard Allen and others, in 1787, and partly from the minutes of the aforesaid church,Douglass, William, of PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia: : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaThe twenty-sixth annual report of the Association for the Care of Colored Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by William K. Bellows, successor to Joseph Rakestraw, S.W. corner Fourth Street and Apple Tree Alley., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaTo our white brethren. At a meeting of the Philadelphia Colored Literary Institute,Philadelphia Colored Literary Institute.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1862]
1862PennsylvaniaDixey's jokes: : a collection of funny stories, jokes, anecdotes, conundrums, comic lectures on love, law, philosophy, geography, the times, etc. Stump speeches and queer sayings of E.F. Dixey.Dixey, E. F. (E. Freeman), 1833-1904.Philadelphia: : A. Winch, 505 Chestnut Street., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaOur sins, individual and national. : A sermon, preached in the Presbyterian Church, New Bloomfield, Pa.Craig, W. B.Philadelphia: : C. Sherman & Son, printers., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaHistory of Delaware county, Pennsylvania : from the discovery of the territory included within its limits to the present time, with a notice of the geology of the county, and catalogues of its minerals, plants, quadrupeds and birds, written under the direction and appointment of the Delaware county institute of scienceSmith, George, 1804-1882.Philadelphia : Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaSecession: : a folly and a crime.Ingersoll, Joseph R. (Joseph Reed), 1786-1868.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, 607 Sansom Street., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaA letter to a friend in a slave state.Ingersoll, Charles, 1805-1882.Philadelphia. : [s.n.], 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaThe Declaration of Independence : a discourse delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church in Philadelphia June 29 1862Furness, William Henry, 1802-1896.Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son printers, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaEngland and America. : From the Princeton review for January 1862..Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878.Philadelphia: : William S. & Alfred Martien, no. 606 Chestnut Street., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaA Thanksgiving discourse delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church in Philadelphia April 13th 1862Furness, William Henry, 1802-1896.Philadelphia : T.B. Pugh south-west corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaAn autobiography, with details of a visit to England : and some account of the history of the Meeting Street Baptist Church, Providence, R.I., and of the Shiloh Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pa.Asher, J. (Jeremiah), 1812-1865.Philadelphia : Published by the author, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaA letter to a friend in a slave state.Ingersoll, Charles, 1805-1882.Philadelphia: : John Campbell, bookseller, 419 Chestnut Street., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaThe trial of the Constitution.Fisher, Sidney George, 1809-1871.Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott & Co. ; London: : Sampson Low, Son & Co., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaDear Sir,--It has been made the duty of the undersigned, chairman and secretaries of the Port Royal Relief Committee, to address certain parties, : ... on a subject admitted by all to be of the gravest importance ... Upwards of ten thousand people, born and bred as slaves, having been suddenly abandoned by their fugitive masters, now form an industrious and contented community of free laborers. This change took place a year ago ...Colwell, Stephen, 1800-1871.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1862.]
1862PennsylvaniaForty-third annual report of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, : presented to the General Assembly, May, 1862.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaAnnual statement of the Guardians for the Relief and Employment of the Poor, of the city of Philadelphia. : For the fiscal year, ending December 31st, 1861. Published by order of the board.Philadelphia (Pa.). Guardians for the Relief and Employment of the PoorPhiladelphia: : Holland & Edgar, printers, No. 54 North Eighth Street., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaA reply to Mr. Charles Ingersoll's "Letter to a friend in a slave state."Thayer, M. Russell (Martin Russell), 1819-1906.Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son, printers, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaEleventh St. Opera House: (late Sanford's,) : Eleventh Street, above Chestnut. Triumphant success of Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels. The star troupe of the world. Frank Moran, the great original comedian. J.L. Carncross, the unrivalled balladist. E.F. Dixey, the celebrated comedian. Together with 15 star performers who appear nightly Admission, 25 cents. Children, 13 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8 o'clock. Box office open from 10 till 3 o'clock. Seats secured without extra charge.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : McLaughlin Brothers, printers, 112 S. Third St., [1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaWe study to please. : First appearance of the Frank Moran Minstrels! at the Masonic Hall Manayunk, on Monday evening, April 6, '62 ... Handy Andy, ... He would be a speaker ... The contraband trip, ... The discharged volunteer, ... The jaw bone festival, ... The Third Street brokers ... The three graces ... Cruelty to Shonny ... The whole to conclude with the plantation scene, entitled The contrabands' jubilee by the company. Tickets, 15 cents. Children, 10 cents Doors open at 7 o'colck. To commence at quarter before 8.Frank Moran Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaTrain's speeches in England, on slavery & emancipation : delivered in London, on March 12th, and 19th, 1862 : also his great speech on the "Pardoning of traitors"Train, George Francis, 1829-1904.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothess, [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaCarncross and Dixey's Minstrels in their chaste and varied entertainment : plantation scenes, original jokes and bon mots laughable burlesques! Fancy dances and beautiful music! Pronounced by the press and public to be the best band of minstrels in the world! Tickets, 25 cents To be had at the principal hotels, music stores, &c. Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Performanoe [sic] to commence at 8.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philad'a., [1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaThe Constitution : originating in compromise, it can only be preserved by adhering to its spirit, and observing its every obligation : an addressWall, James W. (James Walter), 1820-1872.Philadelphia : King & Baird, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaThe freedmen of South Carolina. : An addressM'Kim, J. Miller (James Miller), 1810-1874.Philadelphia: : Willis P. Hazard, bookseller, publisher and importer, no. 724 Chesnut Street., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaChestnut Street Lyceum : 620 Chestnut Street. Lessee and proprietor, C.P. Rose Treasurer W.A. Campbell Stage manager Ed. Preble Leader of orchestra W.T. Davis Property man J.P. Edwards Superintendent of gas G.W. York Immense success! Crowded houses nightly! The coolest place of amusement in the city. Grand gala night! ... Programme. ... La bella of Cadiz ... Neapolitan fete! ... The whole to conclude with the plantation walk around, entitled Fight for Uncle Sam N.B.--The volunteers will be announced as they appear. Grand matinee on Saturday, for ladies and children! Look out for the show next week, the only show open, and the best company ever in the city. Come and see. Admission, 10 and 25 centsChestnut Street Lyceum (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaReport of the Board of Health of the City & Port of Philadelphia : to the Mayor for 1861.Philadelphia (Pa.). Board of HealthPhiladelphia : James Gibbons, printer, Fourth & Chestnut, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaUnion speeches delivered in England during the present American warTrain, George Francis, 1829-1904.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaLetters to Chas. O'Conor. : The destruction of the union is emancipation. The status of slavery. The rights of the states and territories..Macon, Nathaniel.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaLast week of P.T. Barnum's Museum of Living Wonders! : To be seen at all hours from 9, A.M. to 10, P.M. 1009 Chestnut St. Convenient of access for the masses. Eligible location for all classes. On first floor for family parties. The monster living black sea lion ... The celebrated mysterious what is it? An apparent man monkey. ... The famous albino family; from the island of Madagascar. Father, mother and child. Born of perfectly black African parents. ... The albino family will be absent for meals from 12 to 1 and from 5 to 6 o'clock. Admission. 25 cents Children under 10 years, 15 cts.Barnum's Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaLetters to Chas. O'Conor. : The destruction of the union is emancipation..Macon, Nathaniel.Philadelphia: : John Campbell, bookseller, 419 Chestnut Street., 1862..
1862PennsylvaniaTrain's union speeches : "second series" : delivered in England during the present American warTrain, George Francis, 1829-1904.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaMeeting for contrabands. : A public meeting designed to embrace all classes of people ... to consider the wants of the fifteen thousand freed blacks whom recent events in South Carolina and Virginia have been thrown upon the care of the government, and, in a manner, upon the charities of the people ... Dear sir: The undersigned respectfully invite your attendance at the meeting above referrred to ....Meeting for Contrabands.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1862]
1862PennsylvaniaAddress of the Democratic State Central Committee, : together with the proceedings of the Democratic State Convention, held at Harrisburg, July 4, 1862, and the proceedings of the Democratic State Central Committee, held at Philadelphia, July 29, 1862.Democratic Party (Pa.). State Central Committee[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1862.]
1862PennsylvaniaAncient slavery disapproved of God : the substance of a lectureMorris, William, M.D.Philadelphia : Scriptural Knowledge Society, 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaThe fourth entertainment of the Geary Thespian Corps, of the 28th Regiment, Penn'a Vol's, (Col. John W. Geary,) : will be given in commemoration of Washington's birth-day, at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. on Saturday evening, February 22, 1862, (or if inclement, on the first fair evening) at six o'clock. ... The drama, in three acts, of Don Caesar de Bazan. ... The farce of Turning the tables. ... Ethiopian melange. ... Concluding with a grand national tableau vivante, by members of the corps. Introducing Vive l'America, by the band. The principal dresses used in Don Caesar de Bazan, have been kindly loaned the regiment by S. Samuels Sanford, Esq., of Sanford's Opera House, Philadelphia, to whom the corps is much indebted.Geary Thespian Corps.[Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n.,, 1862]
1862PennsylvaniaA splendid reception to the new star company. : A crowded house on Saturday night Immense applause! Glorious success! New faces! New farces! New burlesques! New properties! New singers! New dancers! New Ethiopian delineators! and a champion star company that challenge the world to competition. Second night of the very flowers of the profession. This Monday evening, March 10th, and every evening during the season. Look at the programme for this evening! and every evening during the week, which for originalities, and comicalities it is impossible to be excelled. ... Look out for the seven sisters who will appear on Monday, March 18th [sic]. Grand matinee on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Admission: Parquet, 20 cts. Dress circle, 10 cts. Private boxes, {dollar}3.00. Single seats, 50 cts Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8 o'clock.Burtis' Varieties.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaImmense combination of talent: first week of Miss H.O. Lalande the Philadelphia favorite. : Mons. Szollosy, the celebrated dancer and pantomimist, late of the Ravel Troupe. Messrs. Penney & Jones the celebrated gymnasts, late of Dan Rice's great show. The great ballet troupe! formerly attached to Frank River's Melodeon. Last three nights of the seven star sisters in their beautiful "Zouave drill," pronounced by the press to excel every other feature ever presented on an American stage. The above artists will appear every evening in connection with the regular company, forming in point of beauty and talent, the most attractive company ever presented to a Philadelphia public. ... A great bill for next week! A grand matinee every Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission: Parquet, 20 cts. Dress circle, 10 cts. Private boxes, {dollar}3.00. Single seats, 50 cts Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8 o'clock.Burtis' Varieties.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaMelodeon 421 Callowhill Street. : W. Butler, sole proprietor Mons. La Thorne, stage manager Will open for the season, on Wednesday evening, April 30, 1862. With the largest and most versatile company ever combined within the walls of any theatre in the world. Four companies combined in one: ballet, pantomime, opera and burlesque Look at the array of talent! A.M. Hernandez, the wonderful gymnast and pantomimist. Kathleen O'Neel, the celebrated serio-comic Irish vocalist. Sallie J. Bishop, the accomplished danseuse and actress. Charley Gardner, the original "Hop-Light-Loo." Millie Flora, the talented young danseuse and burlesque actress. Harry Leslie, burlesque dancer, pantomimist and versatile performer. J.C. Clark, the accomplished banjoist. Denny Gallagher, the favorite Ethiopian comedian. Paul Berger, Ethiopian delineator and pantomimist. Billy Drew, negro dancer and burlesque performer. Mons Paul Brillant the most accomplished ballet master in the world, and his great ballet troupe: Kate Francis, Ellen Collene, Mary Wesner, Kate Harrison, M'lle Theodore, Maria Wells, Maggie Marshall, Sallie Wesner and a host of others too numerous to mention, comprising a troupe of nearly 100 performers!Melodeon (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Ketterlinus, printer, Third & Race Sts., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaThe Rebel pirates fatal prize; : or, the bloody tragedy of the prize schooner Waring, enacted as the rebels were attempting to run her into Charleston, S.C., July 7, 1861 ...Philadelphia: : Published by Reichner & Co. Agents.--Union Book Publishing House, no. 609 Sansom Street, A. Winch, 320 Chestnut Street, also, Baltimore, New York, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Louisville., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaTo his excellency, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States : your memorialists of all Christian denominations in the City of Philadelphia, after solemnly considering the moral aspects of the war now waging in the land ...[Philadelphia : s.n., 1862]
1862PennsylvaniaUndercurrents of the Southern conspiracy! : The rebel pirate's fatal prize : the bloody tragedy of the prize schooner Waring ....[Philadelphia : Reichner & Co., 1862]
1862PennsylvaniaWanted immediately! 100 colored teamsters![Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, [1862?]
1862PennsylvaniaA specimen of Southern devotion : or, the prayer of a rebel saint.[Philadelphia? : s.n.], 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaWe study to please. : First appearance of the Frank Moran Minstrels! At the Masonic Hall Manayunk, on Monday evening, April 6, '62 the company consisting of Messrs. Geo. Mowers, C. Murray, J. Boyd, D. Kelly, Joe Skeehan, D. Murray, Johnny Sheehan, Thos. Murray, H. M'Laughlin assisted by Messrs. Doyle and Griscom, of Philadelphia ...[Philadelphia] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1862]
1862PennsylvaniaThe Treasury note: the lever by which to raise the world. : The duty of government to give remunerative employment to the returned volunteers when peace shall have disarmed treason. A little work devoted to the general interest, and dedicated to misfortune.Philadelphia: : J.B. Chandler, 306 Chestnut St. Stereotyped by L. Johnson & Co., 1862.
1862PennsylvaniaAbolition philanthropy! : The fugitive slave law too bad for southern Negroes, but good enough for free citizens of foreign birth! Handcuffs for white men! Shoulder straps for Negroes! Voters read![Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed at the Age office, Philada., [1862].
1862PennsylvaniaWit, humor & sentiment Fun for the million! Grand musical soiree! : Immediately after the performance of the Great Show is concluded, there will be a grand Ethiopian performance in this canvas by a full band of serenaders, who will appear in a great variety of their unequaled impersonations of Southern life! In addition to the usual force of similar concerns, the following stars will appear: Old Bob Sheppard, ... Harry Enochs, ... Wm. Lacont, ... Jno. Kelchner, ... Joe Nosher ... Admission only 15 cts. Children 10 cts ...[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia,, [between 1862 and 1865?]
1862PennsylvaniaWit, humor & sentiment. Fun for the million. Grand musical soiree! : Immediately after the performance of the Great Show is concluded, there will be a grand Ethiopian performance in this canvas by a full band of serenaders, who will appear in a great variety of their unequaled impersonations of Southern life. In addition to the usual force of similar concerns, the following stars will appear: Old Bob Sheppard! ... Harry Enochs ... Wm. Lacont, ... Johnny Kelchner! ... Joe Nosher, ... Admittance only 15 cts. Children, 10 cts. ...[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada, [between 1862 and 1865?]
1862Rhode IslandThe preservation of the republic. : An oration delivered before the municipal authorities and citizens of Providence, July 4, 1862.Woodbury, Augustus, 1825-1895.Providence [R.I.]: : Knowles, Anthony & Co., city printers, 1862.
1862Rhode IslandAnnual report of the Adjutant General of the State of Rhode Island for the year 1864.Rhode Island. Adjutant General's OfficeProvidence : H.H. Thomas & Co., 1864.
1862ScotlandTom Cringle's logScott, Michael, 1789-1835.Edinburgh : William Blackwood and Sons, 1862.
1862South CarolinaThe Wabash Minstrels will give their third entertainment on board the U.S. Flagship Wabash, : on Friday evening, July 4th, 1862, Port Royal Harbor, S.C. H.R. Bogart stage manager. D. Herlihy musical director. Programme. Part I. ... Intermission of 10 minutes. Part II. ... Intermission of 10 minutes. The whole to conclude with an Ethiopian farce of "Box and Cox." ...Wabash Minstrels.[Port Royal, S.C.] : "The New South" Print, Port Royal, S.C., [1862]
1862South CarolinaReport of the chief of the Department of Justice and Police, to the governor and executive council : part III : on the special action of the Department of Justice and Police.South Carolina. Dept. of Justice and PoliceColumbia, S.C. : Charles P. Pelham, 1862.
1862Undefined place of publicationPastoral letter from the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to the clergy and laity of the church in the Confederate States of America : delivered before the General Council, in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Saturday, Nov 22d, 1862.Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America.[S.l. : s.n., after 1862]
1862Undefined place of publicationReport of select committee appointed appointed by the Planters' Convention.Planters' Convention (1862 : Memphis, Tenn.)[S.l. : s.n., 1862?]
1862Undefined place of publicationPastoral letter from the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to the clergy and laity of the church in the Confederate States of America : delivered before the General Council, in S. Paul's Church, Augusta, Saturday, Nov 22, 1862.Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America.[S.l. : s.n., 1862.]
1862Undefined place of publicationThe extinction of slavery a national necessity, before the present conflict can be ended.[S.l. : s.n., ca. 1862]
1862United StatesA new "Sartor resartus." : Being a critical analysis of a pamphlet entitled "A review of Mr. Seward's diplomacy."Dr. Syntax.[U.S. : s.n.], March, 1862..
1862United StatesA new "Sartor resartus," : being a critical analysis of a pamphlet entitled "A review of Mr. Seward's diplomacy,"Dr. Syntax.[U.S. : s.n., 1862]
1862United StatesThe recognition of the republic of Liberia by the government of the United States.Clark, B. C. (Benjamin C.)[United States : s.n.], [1862].
1862United StatesEpitaph.Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889.[United States : s.n., 1862]
1862United StatesDr. Mahan's speech.Mahan, Milo, 1819-1870.[United States : s.n., 1862]
1862United StatesGod bless Abraham Lincoln! : A solemn discourse[United States : s.n., 1862?]
1862United StatesThe Habeas corpus suspended : "I show him dat de time am come when a colored wench am de equal of any poor white woman in dis yer country." "Lord bress de last Congress." "He said he was opposed to amalgamation and did'nt [sic] like black meat."[United States : s.n., 1862]
1862VirginiaReligious instruction of the Negroes. : An address delivered before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, at Augusta, Ga., December 10, 1861.Jones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863.Richmond [Va.]: : Presbyterian Committee of Publication., [1862?]
1862VirginiaThe statutes at large of the Confederate States of America, : passed at the second session of the first congress; 1862. : Carefully collated with the originals at Richmond.Confederate States of America.Richmond: : R.M. Smith, printer to Congress., 1862.
1862VirginiaActs of the General Assembly of the state of Virginia, passed in 1861-2, in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth.Virginia.Richmond : William F. Ritchie, 1862.
1862VirginiaCause and contrast : an essay on the American crisisMacMahon, T. W.Richmond, Va. : West & Johnston, 1862, c1861.
1862VirginiaActs of the General Assembly of the state of Virginia : passed at called session, 1862, in the eighty-seventh year of the commonwealth.Virginia.Richmond : William F. Ritchie, public printer, 1862.
1862VirginiaThe statutes at large of the Confederate States of America. : Commencing with the first session of the first congress; 1862. : Carefully collated with the originals at Richmond.Confederate States of America.Richmond: : R.M. Smith, printer to Congress., 1862.
1862VirginiaThe first year of the warPollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.Richmond : West & Johnston, 1862 [Chas. H. Wynne, Printer]
1862VirginiaActs and resolutions of the fourth session of the provisional congress of the Confederate States, : held at Richmond, Va.Confederate States of America.Richmond: : Tyler, Wise, Allegre and Smith, prs., 1862.
1862West VirginiaAn appeal of the people of West Virginia, to Congress : for its immediate action, and their acceptance of the "nation's proposal" for the gradual abolishment of slavery.[Wheeling, W.V.? : s.n., 1862]
1863AlabamaOur home and foreign policySt. Paul, Henry, 1815-1886.[Mobile, Ala.] : Printed at the office of the Daily register and advertiser, 1863.
1863AlabamaThe Confederate.South Carolinian.Mobile [Ala.]: : S.H. Goetzel & Co. : Farrow & Dennett, print., 1863.
1863ConnecticutOur duty in regard to the rebellion. : A fast day sermon, preached in the Third Congregational Church, New Haven, April 3, 1863.Cleaveland, Elisha Lord, 1800-1866.New Haven: : Thomas H. Pease, printed by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor., 1863.
1863DelawareThe Union. : Under this title it is designed to commence the publication of a weekly paper at Georgetown, Sussex County, Delaware. The paper will be devoted primarily to the maintenance of the Union against the open and covert attacks of those who purpose its destruction. To this end it will support the cardinal measures of the administration, to which is entrusted the duty of its preservation, and, regardless of former political associations, it will endeavor to rally all loyal citizens to the defence of a common government. Impressed with the conviction that domestic servitude is detrimental to the interests of the state, it will urge its extinction as rapidly as is consistent with the rights of the master and the welfare of the slave. ... Terms--{dollar}1.50 in advance, or {dollar}2.00 at end of the year. ...Union (Georgetown, Del.)[Georgetown, Del. : s.n., 1863]
1863District of ColumbiaHead-quarters of the Army, Adjutant-General's Office : Washington, June 22d, 1863. Thomas Webster, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa. Sir: I am instructed by the Secretary of War to inform you that you are hereby authorized ... to raise in Philadelphia, or the eastern part of Pennsylvania, three regiments of infantry, to be composed of colored men ...United States. Adjutant-General's Office[Washington : s.n., 1863]
1863District of ColumbiaMessage of the President of the United States and reports proper of the heads of departments, made at the third session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress.United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)Washington : Government Printing Office, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaMessage of the President of the United States and reports proper of the heads of departments, made at the third session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress.United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)Washington : Government Printing Office, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaImmediate emancipation a war measure! : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the bill providing for emancipation in Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, February 12th, 1863.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Henry Polkinhorn, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. William Allen, of Ohio, on the enlistment of Negro soldiers : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 2, 1863.Allen, William, 1827-1881.Washington : [s.n.], 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaThe institution of slavery in the Southern States : religiously and morally considered in connection with our sectional troublesTyson, Bryan.Washington, D. C. : H. Polkinhorn, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. Henry May of Maryland, against the war and arming negroes, and for peace and recognition : in the House of Representatives, February 2, 1863.May, Henry, 1816-1866.[Washington : s.n., 1863]
1863District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Hutchins, of Ohio, & Mr. Kelley, of Pa. : in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1863, on the bill to organize regiments of persons of African descent..Hutchins, John, 1812-1891.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1863]
1863District of ColumbiaFirst annual report of the National Freedmen's Relief Association of the District of Columbia.National Freedman's Relief Association of the District of Columbia.Washington, D.C. : M'Gill & Witherow, printers, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaRemarks of Messrs. O. Lovejoy & W.M. Dunn, on the bill to authorize the president to enlist soldiers of African descent. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1863..Lovejoy, Owen, 1811-1864.[Washington, D.C.] : L. Towers & Co., printers, Washington City., [1863]
1863District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J.B. Henderson, of Missouri, on emancipation in Missouri. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 16, 1863..Henderson, John B. (John Brooks), 1826-1913.[Washington, D.C.] : L. Towers & Co., printers, Washington City., [1863]
1863District of ColumbiaThe opinions of Abraham Lincoln, upon slavery and its issues: : indicated by his speeches, letters, messages, and proclamations..Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congressional Committee., [1863]
1863District of ColumbiaAmnesty proclamation ; and Third annual message of Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, read in Congress, Wednesday, December 9, 1863..United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1863]
1863District of ColumbiaThe war a reactionary agent. : Speech of Hon. M.F. Conway, of Kansas. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1863.Conway, M. F. (Martin Franklin), 1827-1882.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1863?]
1863District of ColumbiaCotton, not slavery, the immediate cause of the rebellion. : Speech of Hon. Amasa Walker, of Massachusetts, on the indemnity bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 18, 1863.Walker, Amasa, 1799-1875.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers & Co., printers, cor. Louisiana Avenne [sic] and Sixth street, Washington., [1863]
1863District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. Henry May, of Maryland : on the bill to indemnify executive tyranny, and to continue it by suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 18th of February, 1863.May, Henry, 1816-1866.[Washington] : H. Polkinhorn, 1863
1863District of ColumbiaOpinion of Attorney General Bates on citizenship.United States. Dept. of Justice. Office of the Attorney GeneralWashington [D.C.] : Government Printing Office, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaU.L.A. "Going home to vote" : Speeches of S.P. Chase, secretary of the Treasury, during his visit to Ohio, with his speeches at Indianapolis, and at the mass meeting in Baltimore, October, 1863.Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873.Washington : printed by W.H. Moore, 1863.
1863District of ColumbiaLiberated Africans. : Letter from the Acting Secretary of the Interior, in answer to the resolution of the House of the 19th ultimo, transmitting reports from Agent Seys in relation to care of liberated Africans. January 7, 1863.--Laid on the table, and ordered to be printed.Seys, John, 1799-1872.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1863]
1863District of ColumbiaMonthly report of the Department of Agriculture, for ...Washington, D.C. : Government Printing Office, 1863-1876.
1863EnglandEngland, the United States, and the Southern ConfederacySargent, F. W. (Fitzwilliam), 1820-1889.London : S. Low, Son & Co., 1863.
1863EnglandThe South as it is, or twenty-one years' experience in the southern states of AmericaOzanne, T. D.London : Saunders, Otley, 1863.
1863EnglandLife in the South; : from the commencement of the war.Hopley, Catherine Cooper.London: : Chapman and Hall, 193 Piccadilly., 1863..
1863EnglandA familiar epistle to Robert J. Walker, : formerly of Pennsylvania, later of Mississippi, more recently of Washington, and last heard of in Mr. Cogswell's balloon.McHenry, George.London: : Saunders, Otley, and Co., 66, Brook Street, Hanover Square., 1863..
1863EnglandAn errand to the South in the summer of 1862Malet, William Wyndham, 1804-1885.London : Richard Bentley, 1863.
1863EnglandTwenty-nine years in the West Indies and Central Africa : a review of missionary work and adventure, 1829-1858Waddell, Hope Masterton.London : New York : T. Nelson and Sons, 1863.
1863EnglandNegroes and slavery in the United States.Northern man.[London] : Printed by Henry F. Mackintosh, 11 Crane Court, Fleet Street, [1863]
1863EnglandThe cotton trade: : its bearing upon the prosperity of Great Britain and commerce of the American republics considered in connection with the system of Negro slavery in the Confederate States.McHenry, George.London: : Saunders, Otley, & Co., 66 Brook Street, W. : Printed by Spottiswoode and Co. New-Street Square, 1863.
1863EnglandAmerican States, churches, and slaveryBalme, Joshua R. (Joshua Rhodes)London : Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1863.
1863EnglandA familiar epistle to Robert J. Walker, : formerly of Pennsylvania, later of Mississippi, more recently of Washington, and last heard of in Mr. Cogswell's balloon.McHenry, George.London: : Saunders, Otley, and Co., 66, Brook Street, Hanover Square., 1863..
1863EnglandTo Thomas Staley, Esq., secretary, &c.Cobbett, James Paul, 1803-1881.[Manchester, England : Abel Heywood and John Heywood, 1863]
1863EnglandFreedom and slavery in the United States of AmericaNoel, Baptist Wriothesley, 1798-1873.London : Nisbet & co., 1863.
1863EnglandAbeokuta and the Camaroons Mountains : An explorationBurton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890.London : Tinsley Brothers, 18 Catherine Street, Strand : printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street and Charing Cross, 1863.
1863EnglandThe American war, and the conflict of principles therein involvedMorton, E. J.Halifax, [Eng?] : T. and W. Birtwhistle, 1863.
1863EnglandA letter to William Howard Russell, LL.D. : on passages in his "Diary North and South"White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918.London : Henry Stevens, 1863.
1863EnglandJefferson Davis and repudiation : letter of Hon. Robert J. Walker.Walker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869.London : William Ridgway, 1863.
1863EnglandThe anti-slavery cause in America and its martyrsWigham, Eliza.London : A.W. Bennett, 1863.
1863EnglandSix months in the federal states.Dicey, Edward, 1832-1911.London and Cambridge: : Macmillan and Co. : R. Clay, Son, and Taylor, printers., 1863.
1863EnglandWanderings in West Africa : from Liverpool to Fernando PoBurton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890.London : Tinsley Brothers, 18, Catherine St., Strand : Bradbury and Evans, printers, Whitefriars, 1863.
1863EnglandIntroduction to anthropologyWaitz, Theodor, 1821-1864.London : Published for the Anthropological Society by Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1863.
1863EnglandAfrican hunting and adventure from Natal to the Zambesi : including Lake Ngami, the Kalahari Desert, &c. From 1852 to 1860Baldwin, William Charles.London : Richard Bentley, 1863 [Printed by Spottiswoode and Co.]
1863EnglandJournal of a residence on a Georgian plantation in 1838-1839.Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893.London: : Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green., 1863..
1863EnglandThe rise and fall of 'The Model Republic'Williams, James, 1796-1869.London : Richard Bentley, 1863.
1863EnglandOn the Republic of Liberia : its products and resourcesRalston, Gerard.Torquay: Henry Powlson, printer, "Chronicle" office, 1863
1863EnglandMy diary North and South.Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907.London: : Bradbury and Evans, 11, Bouverie Street., 1863..
1863EnglandAn answer to the Manchester Southern Club, or Southern Independence Association.Cobbett, James Paul, 1803-1881.Manchester [England]: : Abel Heywood, Oldham Street, and John Heywood, Deansgate., Dec. 1863.
1863EnglandThe tropical world: : a popular scientific account of the natural history of the animal and vegetable kingdoms in the equatorial regions.Hartwig, G. (Georg), 1813-1880.London: : Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green., 1863..
1863EnglandCuriosities of savage life.Greenwood, James.London: : S.O. Beeton, 248, Strand, W.C., 1863..
1863EnglandThe story of the life of John Anderson : the fugitive slaveTwelvetrees, Harper, 1823-1881.London : William Tweedie, 1863.
1863EnglandMadagascar: its mission and its martyrs.London : printed by W. Stevens, for the London Missionary Society, 1863 [William S. Vens, printer].
1863EnglandThe American question, and how to settle it.London : Sampson, Low, Son, and Co., 1863 [Printed by John Edward Taylor]
1863FranceLes États-Unis et l'Europe : rupture de l'Union, reconnaissance du Sud, abolition de l'esclavage,Nouette-Delorme, Emile.Paris : E. Dentu, 1863.
1863FranceL'Année géographique : revue annuelle des voyages de terre et de mer ansi que des explorations, missions, relations et publications diverses relatives aux sciences géographiques et ethnographiques.Paris : Librairie de L. Hachette et cie, [1863-80] [Imprimerie générale de Ch. Lahure].
1863GeorgiaJournal of the proceedings of the General Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America, held in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Ga. From Nov. 12th to Nov. 22d, inclusive, in the year of Our Lord, 1862. With an appendix, containing the constitution, a digest of the canons, a list of the clergy, and of the officers of the General Council, etc.Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America.Augusta, Ga., Press of Chronicle & Sentinel, 1863.
1863GeorgiaThe Black man : his antecedents, his genius, and his achievementsBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884.Savannah, Ga. : Published for James M. Symms [sic] & Co., [c1863] [Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry].
1863IllinoisCitizenship sovereigntyWright, John S. (John Stephen), 1815-1874.Chicago : s.n., 1863.
1863IllinoisWar pictures : experiences and observations of a chaplain in the U.S. Army, in the war of the southern rebellionRogers, James B.Chicago : Church & Goodman, 1863.
1863IllinoisStephen A. Douglas on the cause and effect of the rebellion : LetterBryan, Thomas B. (Thomas Barbour), 1828-1906.[Chicago, Ill. : s.n., 1863.]
1863IndianaIs slavery sinful? : being partial discussions of the proposition, Slavery is sinful, between Ovid Butler, Esq., a Bishop of the Christian Church, at Indianapolis, Ind., and Jeremiah Smith, Esq., late judge of the 11th and 13th judicial circuits, Ind.; and between Elder Thomas Wiley, late pastor of the Christian Church, at Union City, Ind., and Jeremiah Smith, late judge of the 11th and 13th judicial circuits, Indiana; with an introduction, episode, and conclusion of the discussionSmith, Jeremiah, 1805-1874.Indianapolis : H. H. Dodd & Co., printers, 1863.
1863LouisianaMinutes of the Loyal National League of Louisiana, containing an abstract of the proceedings, held on Canal Street, New-Orleans, fourth of July, 1863: : speechesLoyal National League of Louisiana.New-Orleans: : Printed by H.P. Lathrop, 74 Magazine Street., 1863..
1863LouisianaThe ballot box, the palladium of our liberties : New Orleans, July, 1863.Barker, Jacob, 1779-1871.[New Orleans] : Printed for the compiler, 1863.
1863MaineSpeech of Moses B. Page, Esq., of Berwick, in the House of Representatives of Maine, February 27, 1863, in opposition to the "emancipation resolutions."Page, Moses B.Augusta [Me.] : Gilman Smith--Age Office, 1863.
1863MarylandPreamble and resolutions.Union Leagues of Baltimore.[Baltimore, Md? : s.n., 1863?]
1863MarylandAuthority and free will : a lecture delivered before the Catholic Institute of Baltimore, Wednesday, February 11th, 1863Scott, Thomas Parkin, 1804-1873.Baltimore : Kelly, Hedian & Piet, 1863.
1863MarylandOur federal union, it must be preserved : speech of Thomas Swann, delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia March 2d, 1863 : published by request of the National Union Reading Room Association, of Baltimore.Swann, Thomas, 1805-1883.[Baltimore] : Bull & Tuttle, 1863.
1863MarylandSpeeches of the Hon. Henry May, of Maryland : delivered in the House of Representatives, at the third session of the Thirty-seventh Congress.May, Henry, 1816-1866.Baltimore : Kelly, Hedian & Piet, 1863.
1863MarylandImmediate emancipation in Maryland : Proceedings of the Union State Central Committee, at a meeting held in Temperance Temple, Baltimore, Wednesday, December 16, 1863.Republican Party (Md.). State Central CommitteeBaltimore, Printed by Bull & Tuttle, 1863.
1863MarylandMaffit against Goldsborough : the records compared by the Unconditional Union State Central Committee, October 7th, 1863.Unconditional Union Party (Md.). State Central CommitteeBaltimore : Sherwood & Co., [1863]
1863MarylandSpeech of Hon. Geo. H. Yeaman, of Kentucky : on the President's proclamation, delivered in the House of Representatives, December 18th, 1862.Yeaman, George H. (George Helm), 1829-1908.Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1863.
1863MarylandSpeech of honorable D. Turpie, of Indiana : delivered in the United States Senate, on Saturday, February 7th, 1863, on the Bill to Aid the State of Missouri in the abolishment of slavery in that state.Turpie, David, 1829-1909.Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1863.
1863MarylandAddress of the Unconditional Union State Central Committee to the people of Maryland, September 16th, 1863.Unconditional Union Party (Md.). State Central CommitteeBaltimore : Printed by Sherwood & Co., [1863]
1863MarylandThe nation's changes : a discourse, delivered in the Chesapeake General Hospital, near Fort Monroe, Va., on the day of the national thanksgiving, Nov. 26th, 1863Marshall, James, 1834-1896.Baltimore. : John F. Wiley, printer, American Building., 1863.
1863MarylandThe dual revolutions. : Anti-slavery and pro-slavery.Fulton, John, 1834-1907.Baltimore: : Printed by W.M. Innes, Adams Express Building., 1863..
1863MassachusettsSlavery : its origin, influence, and destinyParsons, Theophilus, 1797-1882.Boston : W. Carter and Brother, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe law of slavery in the United StatesBunsen, Christian Karl Josias, Freiherr von, 1791-1860.Boston : Little, Brown and Company ; [Cambridge, Mass.] : Riverside, Cambridge: printed by H.O. Houghton, 1863.
1863MassachusettsToussaint L'Ouverture : a biography and autobiography.Beard, J. R. (John Relly), 1800-1876.Boston : James Redpath, Publisher, 1863 [Geo. C. Rand & Avery, Stereotypers and Printers].
1863MassachusettsOration delivered before the city authorities of Boston, on the fourth of July, 1863.Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894.Boston: : Ticknor and Fields., 1863..
1863MassachusettsA true picture of abolitionLord, Nathan, 1792-1870.Boston : Press of the Daily Courier, 1863.
1863MassachusettsMy diary North and South.Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907.Boston: : T.O.H.P. Burnham. ; New York: : O.S. Felt, 36 Walker St., 1863..
1863MassachusettsNorthern strength and weakness : an address on occasion of the national fast, April 30, 1863, delivered in WatertownWeiss, John, 1818-1879.Boston : Walker Wise, and Company, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe proclamation of freedom : a sermon preached in the North Church, Salem, January 4, 1863Willson, E. B. (Edmund Burke), 1820-1895.Salem : T. J. Hutchinson, 1863.
1863MassachusettsOur domestic relations : or, how to treat the rebel statesSumner, Charles, 1811-1874.[Boston] : Ticknor and Fields, 1863.
1863MassachusettsAn address delivered at the inauguration of the Union Club, 9 April, 1863,Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.Boston: : Little, Brown, and Company., 1863..
1863MassachusettsAddresses of Rev. Drs. Wm. Hague and E.N. Kirk, : at the annual meeting of the Educational Commission for Freedmen, at the Old South Church, May 28, 1863..Hague, William, 1808-1887.Boston: : printed by David Clapp., 1863..
1863MassachusettsThe war and slavery; and their relations to each other : A discourse, delivered in the Old South Church, Reading, Mass. December 28, 1862Barrows, W. (William), 1815-1891.Boston : John M. Whittemore & Co., 1863.
1863MassachusettsAn historical research respecting the opinions of the founders of the republic on negroes as slaves, as citizens, and as soldiers : read before the Massachusetts Historical Society, August 14, 1862Livermore, George, 1809-1865.Boston : A. Williams and Company, 1863.
1863MassachusettsLetters of Ada R. Parker..Parker, Ada R. (Adaline Rice), 1819-1860.Boston: : Crosby and Nichols, 117 Washington Street. ; New York: : A.D.F. Randolph, 683 Broadway., 1863..
1863MassachusettsMy diary North and South.Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907.Boston: : T.O.H.P. Burnham. ; New York: : O.S. Felt 36 Walker St. ; Toronto, C.W.: : Rollo and Adam., 1863..
1863MassachusettsFirst annual report of the Educational Commission for Freedmen : May, 1863.Educational Commission for Freedmen (Boston, Mass.)Boston : Prentiss & Deland, 1863.
1863MassachusettsDoes the Bible sanction American slavery?Smith, Goldwin, 1823-1910.Cambridge : Sever and Francis, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe destruction of democratic republicanism the object of the rebellion : The testimony of southern witnessesMoody, Loring.Boston : published by subscription, for gratuitous distribution. Wright & Potter, printers, 1863.
1863MassachusettsDemocracy in AmericaTocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Cambridge : Sever and Francis, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe results of emancipationCochin, Augustin, 1823-1872.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 245 Washington Street ; Cambridge : stereotyped and printed by Welch, Bigelow, and Co., 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe war and slavery; and their relations to each other : A discourse, delivered in the Old South Church, Reading, Mass. December 28, 1862Barrows, W. (William), 1815-1891.Boston : John M. Whittemore & Co., 1863.
1863MassachusettsBritish Honduras, Central America : A plain statement to colored people of the U.S. who contemplate emigrationBabcock, Charles.Boston : Publishld [sic] by the author, 1863.
1863MassachusettsMary S. Peake, the colored teacher at Fortress MonroeLockwood, Lewis C. (Lewis Conger), 1815-1904.Boston : Published by the American Tract Society, [1863?].
1863MassachusettsElements of international lawWheaton, Henry, 1785-1848.Boston : Little, Brown and Company, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe American War.Hall, Newman, 1816-1902.[Boston] : Published by the American Tract Society, 28 Cornhill, Boston, [1863?]
1863MassachusettsThe destruction of republicanism the object of the rebellion : The testimony of southern witnessesMoody, Loring.Boston : published by the Emancipation League, 1863 [Wright & Potter, printers].
1863MassachusettsDemocracy in AmericaTocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Cambridge : Sever and Francis, 1863.
1863MassachusettsAn historical research respecting the opinions of the founders of the Republic on negroes as slaves, as citizens, and as soldiers : read before the Massachusetts Historical Society, August 14, 1862Livermore, George, 1809-1865.Boston : A. Williams and Company, 1863.
1863MassachusettsAbstract of the annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, for 1863.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston? : s.n.], [1863].
1863MassachusettsThe war powers of Congress, and of the President : an address delivered before the National Club of Salem, March 13, 1863Parker, Joel, 1795-1875.Cambridge [Mass.] : H.O. Houghton, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier. : Complete in two volumes. Volume I[-II].Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Boston [Mass.]: : Ticknor and Fields., M DCCC LXIII. [1863]
1863MassachusettsLunsford Lane; or, Another helper from North Carolina.Hawkins, William G. (William George), 1823-1909.Boston: : Crosby & Nichols, 117 Washington Street., 1863..
1863MassachusettsThe proclamation of freedom. : A sermon preached in Dorchester, January 4, 1863,Hall, Nathaniel, 1805-1875.Boston: : Crosby and Nichols. : Ebenezer Clapp, 308 Washington St., 1863..
1863MassachusettsOur civil war : its causes and its issues : a discourse delivered in the Baptist church, Brookline, on the occasion of the national thanksgiving, August 6, 1863Murdock, John N. (John Nelson), 1820-1897.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1863.
1863MassachusettsSpeeches in the second and third sessions of the Thirty-seventh Congress, and in the vacationThomas, Benjamin Franklin, 1813-1878.Boston : printed by John Wilson and Son, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThoughts for the timesBishop, Joel Prentiss, 1814-1901.Boston : Little, Brown and Company, 1863 [Cambridge : Allen and Farnham, printers].
1863MassachusettsThird series of extracts from letters received by the Educational Commission for Freedmen, from teachers and superintendents at Port Royal and its vicinity.New England Freedmen's Aid Society. Educational Commission for Freedmen.[Boston : s.n., June 17, 1863]
1863MassachusettsConstitutional law and unconstitutional divinity : letters to Rev. Henry M. Dexter, and to Rev. Leonard Bacon, D.D.Parker, Joel, 1795-1875.Cambridge (Mass.) : H.O. Houghton, 1863.
1863MassachusettsInfluence of Catholic Christian doctrines on the emancipation of slavesFitton, James, 1805-1881.Boston : P. Donahoe, 1863.
1863MassachusettsDiscourse on the aspects of the war : delivered in the Indiana-Place Chapel, Boston, on Fast Day, April 2, 1863Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, no. 245, Washington Street : printed by Prentiss and Deland, 40, Congress Street, 1863.
1863MassachusettsLife in the open air, : and other papers.Winthrop, Theodore, 1828-1861.Boston: : Ticknor and Fields., 1863..
1863MassachusettsThe results of slaveryCochin, Augustin, 1823-1872.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 1863. [Cambridge : University Press: Welch, Bigelow, and Company].
1863MassachusettsOur foreign relations : showing present perils from England and France, the nature and conditions of intervention by mediation, and also by recognition, the impossibility of any recognition of a new power with slavery as a corner-stone, and the wrongful concession of ocean belligerency : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the citizens of New York, at the Cooper Institute, Sept. 10, 1863.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1863.
1863MassachusettsOur foreign relations : showing present perils from England and France, the nature and conditions of intervention by mediation, and also by recognition, the impossibility of any recognition of a new power with slavery as a corner-stone, and the wrongful concession of ocean belligerency : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the citizens of New York, at the Cooper Institute, Sept. 10, 1863.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1863.
1863MassachusettsSpeeches, lectures and lettersPhillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.Boston : James Redpath, c1891.
1863MassachusettsRuth's sacrifice, or, life on the RappahannockPearson, Emily C. (Emily Clemens)Boston : C. H. Pearson, 1863.
1863MassachusettsFreedom and war : Discourses on topics suggested by the timesBeecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1863 [Cambridge : University Press: Welch, Bigelow, and Company]
1863MassachusettsFifty-third annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions : presented at the meeting held at Rochester, N.Y. October 6-9, 1863.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : press of T.R. Marvin & Son, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe American conflict as seen from a European point of view. : A lecture, delivered at St. Johnsbury, Vt., June 4, 1863,Fairbanks, Charles, b. 1821.Boston: : press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, no. 3 Cornhill., 1863..
1863MassachusettsWar powers of the President : and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slaveryWhiting, William, 1813-1873.Boston : John L. Shorey, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe war powers of the President : and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slaveryWhiting, William, 1813-1873.Boston : John L. Shorey, 1863.
1863MassachusettsSlavery : its origin, influence, and destinyParsons, Theophilus, 1797-1882.Boston : W. Carter and Brother, 1863.
1863MassachusettsThe poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier. Vol. 1 only.Whittier, John Greenleaf.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1863.
1863MassachusettsFacts concerning the freedmen. : Their capacity and their destiny.Boston: : press of Commercial Printing House, 36 Kilby Street,, 1863..
1863MissouriCamp Jackson: its history and significance. : Oration of Charles D. Drake, delivered in the city of St. Louis, May 11, 1863, on the anniversary of the capture of Camp Jackson. : To which is subjoined his reply to the Missouri Republican's attack upon him, on account of that oration.Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892.Saint Louis: : printed at the Missouri Democrat office., 1863.
1863Netherlands1 Julij 1863 en de volksvertegenwoordiging van Nederland.Groningen. : de Erven C.M. van Bolhius Hoitsema., 1863.
1863New HampshireCol. George's acceptance..George, John H. (John Hatch), 1824-1888.[New Hampshire? : s.n., 1863]
1863New JerseySpeech of Hon. Thomas Dunn English, of Bergen County, on the anti-abolition resolutions, : in the House of Assembly of New Jersey, March 17th, 1863..English, Thomas Dunn, 1819-1902.Trenton: : printed at the True American office., 1863..
1863New JerseyInaugural address of Joel Parker, : delivered at Trenton ; upon taking the oath of office as governor of the State of New Jersey, January 20th, 1863.Parker, Joel, 1816-1888.Trenton : Printed by David Naar, "True American" Office, 1863.
1863New JerseyNew Jersey for the war : speech of Hon. James M. Scovel, of Camden, New Jersey, on the peace resolutions, delivered in the New Jersey House of Assembly, March 17, 1863.Scovel, James M. (James Matlack), 1833-1904.Camden, N.J. : Printed at the "West Jersey Press" office by S. Chew, 1863.
1863New YorkThe governor's message reviewed : In the Senate, Jan. 28, 1863Low, Henry R., d. 1888.Albany : Weed, Parsons and Company, 1863.
1863New YorkSpeech of the Hon. James Brooks : at 932 Broadway, Tuesday evening, December 30, 1862 : "When a party in power violates the Constitution and disregards state-rights, plain men will read pamphlets" : Read--Discuss--DiffuseBrooks, James, 1810-1873.[New York : Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge], [1863?].
1863New YorkThe election in IowaMason, Charles, 1804-1882.[New York : Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge, 1863]
1863New YorkPuritanism in politics. : Speech of Hon. S.S. Cox, of Ohio, before the Democratic Union Association, January 13, 1863.Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889.New-York: : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkThe Hon. James Brooks' speech, before the Union Democratic Association : 932 Broadway, Tuesday evening, December 30, 1862.Brooks, James, 1810-1873.New-York: : printed and published at the office of the N.Y. Evening Express, nos. 13 and 15 Park Row, by J. and E. Brooks, 1863?
1863New YorkA voice from North-Carolina. : The secessionists: their promises and performances; the condition into which they have brought the country; the remedy, etc. : Reprinted from the Raleigh (N.C.) Standard, of July 31, 1863.Donnell, R. S. (Richard Spaight), 1820-1867.New-York: : Anson D.F. Randolph, 683 Broadway., 1863.
1863New YorkBible view of slavery..Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868.[New York : Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge, 1863?]
1863New YorkInterior causes of the war: : the nation demonized, and its president a spirit-rapper.Quinn, David.[New York] : Published and sold by M. Doolady, agent, no. 49 Walker Street, N.Y., 1863..
1863New YorkDialogue between an old-fashioned Jackson Democrat and a Copperhead.Loyal National League.[New York? : s.n., 1863?]
1863New YorkTo churchmen.Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge (New York, N.Y.)[New York] : [s.n.], [1863].
1863New YorkAn argument on the ethical position of slavery in the social system, and its relation to the politics of the dayMorse, Samuel Finley Breese, 1791-1872.[New York : the Society, 1863]
1863New YorkCharacter and results of the war : How to prosecute and how to end it : A thrilling and eloquent speechButler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893.[New York] : Printed by Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 41 Nassau St., cor. Liberty, New York, [1863].
1863New YorkLetters on our national struggleMeagher, Thomas Francis, 1823-1867.[New York : Loyal Publication Society of New York, 1863]
1863New YorkLetter of Gen. A.J. Hamilton, of Texas, to the President of the United States..Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, 1815-1875.[New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1863?]
1863New YorkA letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, : late judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, in review of his recently published pamphlet on the "Emancipation proclamation" of the president.Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles Pinckney), 1830-1904.New-York: : Anson D.F. Randolph, 683 Broadway., 1863..
1863New YorkA letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, : late judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, in review of his recently published pamphlet on the "Emancipation proclamation" of the president.Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles Pinckney), 1830-1904.New-York: : Anson D.F. Randolph, 683 Broadway., 1863..
1863New YorkThe great conspiracy. : An address delivered at Mt. Kisco, West Chester County, New York on the 4th of July, 1861, the 86th anniversary of American independence.Jay, John, 1817-1894.New-York: : A.D.F. Randolph, 683 Broadway., 1863..
1863New YorkThe death of slavery. : Letter from Peter Cooper to Governor Seymour.Cooper, Peter, 1791-1883.[New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1863]
1863New YorkNew York, June 27, 1863. : To the public: Four days ago I was ordered by Major-General Foster, commanding the 18th army corps, to proceed northward as far as this city and Boston, to collect materials and implements for colonizing the families of colored soldiers upon Roanoke Island ...North Carolina. Superintendent of Blacks.[New York : s.n., 1863]
1863New YorkUpon whom rests the guilt of the war? : Separation: war without end.Laboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.New-York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, corner of Liberty., 1863..
1863New YorkHow to prosecute and how to end the war : speech of Maj.-Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, at the Academy of Music, Thursday evening, April 2, 1863.Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893.[New York : Tribune Association, 1863?]
1863New YorkReview of Gov. Seymour's message : Speech of Hon. Alexander H. Bailey, of Oneida. In Senate--January 29, 1863.Bailey, Alexander H. (Alexander Hamilton), 1817-1874.Albany : Weed, Parsons & Company, Printers, 1863.
1863New YorkReview of the governor's message. : Speech of Hon. Palmer E. Havens, of Essex. In Assembly, February 6, 1863..Havens, Palmer E., b. 1818.[Albany, N.Y.? : s.n., 1863]
1863New YorkOfficial report of the proceedings of the Union State Convention, held at Syracuse, September 2d, 1863; and of the Union State Committee, held at Albany, September 8th, 1863 : reported by Underhill & Munson, stenographers, New York.Republican Party (N.Y.). Convention (1863)Albany : Weed, Parsons & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkSpeech of Hon. Palmer E. Havens, of Essex, on the issues of the day and the duty of northern freemen, : delivered at Peru, Clinton Co., October 10, 1863..Havens, Palmer E., b. 1818.Albany: : Weed, Parsons and Company, printers., 1863..
1863New YorkThe war policy of the administration. : Letter of the President to the Union Mass Convention at Springfield, Illinois..Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.[Albany, N.Y. : Albany journal, 1863]
1863New YorkHow the South rejected compromise in the Peace Conference of 1861 : Speech of Mr. Chase, of OhioChase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873.[New York : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, cor. Liberty, 1863.]
1863New YorkThe New-York weekly Caucasian. The white man's paper. : The proprietors of The Caucasian are happy to announce that, "the press being once more free," they can now send their paper by the mail. The Caucasian is issued by the publishers of The day-book, the place of which it will take for the present. ...Van Evrie, Horton & Co.[New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1863]
1863New YorkSpeech of the Hon. Montgomery Blair, (postmaster general,) on the revolutionary schemes of the ultra abolitionists, and in defence of the policy of the president : Delivered at the Unconditional Union Meeting, held at Rockville, Montgomery Co., Maryland, on Saturday, October 3, 1863.Blair, Montgomery, 1813-1883.[New-York : D.W. Lee, stationer & printer, 82 Nassau Street, 1863.]
1863New YorkA letter from an elder in an Old School Presbyterian Church to his son at college..Elder in an Old School Presbyterian Church.New York. : [s.n.], 1863..
1863New YorkCentralization, or "States rights."Leland, Charles Godfrey, 1824-1903.[New York] : C.T. Evans, publisher, 448 Broadway, New-York., [1863]
1863New YorkAn abolition traitor. : There are traitors in the North as well as in the South, and there are abolitionists in the South as well as in the North. Some of the southern abolitionists have strange views in regard to slavery and its abolition. Among the rest, the distinguished son of Georgia, Hon. Robert Toombs, holds a prominent place. ... In speaking of the Negro, he said ...Democratic workingman.[New York : Sold by Sinclair Tousey, 1863]
1863New YorkLetter of the Loyal National League.Loyal National League.[New York? : s.n., ca. 1864]
1863New YorkCommemoration by the Loyal League of Union Citizens. : Anniversary celebration of the great uprising of the North, held in Madison Square, New-York, April 20th, 1863. Lieutenant-General Winfield Scott, presiding. Report.Loyal League of Union Citizens (New York, N.Y.)New-York: : George F. Nesbitt & Co., printers and stationers., 1863..
1863New YorkEmancipation is peaceOwen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.[New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1863]
1863New YorkSt. Paul's Epistle to the Romans: : newly translated, and explained from a missionary point of view.Bible. N.T. Romans. English. Colenso. 1863.New York : D. Appleton and Company, 443 & 445 Broadway., 1863.
1863New YorkForty-seventh annual report of the American Bible Society, presented May 14, 1863 : With an appendix, containing a list of auxiliary societies and their officers, and also of the life directors and members of the society.American Bible Society.New York : American Bible Society, 1863.
1863New YorkNo party now but all for our country.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.New York: : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, 79 John Street., 1863..
1863New YorkThe new gospel of peace : according to St. Benjamin.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : Sinclair Tousey, 1863.
1863New YorkAn address to King CottonPelletan, Eugène, 1813-1884.New York : Wm. C. Bryant, 1863
1863New YorkNegro slavery unjustifiable. : A discourseM'Leod, Alexander.New York: : Published by Alexander McLeod, 87 West Twentieth Street. : For sale also by Sinclair Toussey, 121 Nassau Street, and I. Lane, 264 Sixth Avenue., 1863..
1863New YorkAn address to King CottonPelletan, Eugène, 1813-1884.New York : H. De Mareil, 1863.
1863New YorkAn address to King CottonPelletan, Eugène, 1813-1884.New York : H. De Mareil, 1863.
1863New YorkLetter addressed to the Opera House meeting, CincinnatiAnderson, Charles, 1814-1895.New York : Wm.C. Bryant & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkNegroes and Negro "slavery" : the first an inferior race : the latter its normal conditionVan Evrie, John H., 1814-1896.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkHannah Thurston : a story of American lifeTaylor, Bayard, 1825-1878.New York : G.P. Putnam, 1863.
1863New YorkExtracts from a treatise on the Constitution of the United StatesBonnefoux, L.New York : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., Printers, 41 Nassau Street, corner of Liberty, 1863.
1863New YorkThe new gospel of peace : according to St. Benjamin.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : Sinclair Tousey, [1863-1866]
1863New YorkBook of the Prophet Stephen, son of Douglas : wherein marvellous things are foretold of the reign of Abraham.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : Feeks & Bancker, [c1863-1864]
1863New YorkWhy the North cannot accept of separation.Laboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.New York: : Charles B. Richardson, 264 Canal Street., 1863..
1863New YorkRevelations : a companion to the "New gospel of peace" according to Abraham.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : M. Doolady, 1863.
1863New YorkOur foreign relations : showing present perils from England and France, the nature and conditions of intervention by mediation, and also by recognition, the impossibility of any recognition of a new power with slavery as a corner-stone, and the wrongful concession of ocean belligerency : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the citizens of New York, at the Cooper Institute, Sept. 10, 1863.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.New York : Young Men's Republican Union, 1863.
1863New YorkThe Pentateuch and book of Joshua critically examined.Colenso, John William, 1814-1883.New York: : D. Appleton and Company, 433 & 445 Broadway,, 1863.
1863New YorkChristianity and emancipation : or, The teaching and influence of the Bible against slaveryThompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879.New York : Anson D. F. Randolph, 1863.
1863New YorkReport of the Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York.Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York.New York : George A. Whitehorne, steam printer, Nos. 119 Fulton & 42 Ann Streets, 1863.
1863New YorkSouthern history of the war : The first year of the war.Pollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.New York : Charles B. Richardson, 1863 [Rennie, Shea & Lindsay, Stereotypers and Electrotypers ; R. Craighead, Printer]
1863New YorkLetter to the president of the United StatesBarnard, Frederick A. P. (Frederick Augustus Porter), 1809-1889.New York : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, 1863.
1863New YorkThe principles involved in the rebellion : speech of the Hon. Montgomery Blair, post-master general of the United States, at the mass meeting of the Loyal National League, in Union Square, New York, on the anniversary of the assault on Sumter, April 11, 1863.Blair, Montgomery, 1813-1883.New York : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, no. 79 John Street., 1863.
1863New YorkSlavery, plantations and the yeomanry.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.New York: : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, 79 John Street., 1863..
1863New YorkThe barbarism of slavery : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the bill for the admission of Kansas as a free state, in the United States Senate, June 4, 1860.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.New York : Young Men's Republican Union, 1863.
1863New YorkThe death of slavery. : Letter from Peter Cooper to Governor Seymour. : New York, Oct., 1863.Cooper, Peter, 1791-1883.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, cor. Liberty., 1863.
1863New YorkAdresse au Roi CotonPelletan, Eugène, 1813-1884.New York : H. de Mareil, 1863.
1863New YorkThe cause of the war: who brought it on, and for what purpose? : Speech of Col. Charles Anderson, late of Texas, now of U.S. volunteers.Anderson, Charles, 1814-1895.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau St., cor. Liberty., 1863.
1863New YorkThe American war.Hall, Newman, 1816-1902.New York: : Anson D. F. Randolph, no. 683 Broadway., 1863..
1863New YorkLetter of Gen. A.J. Hamilton, of Texas, to the President of the United States..Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, 1815-1875.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, cor. Liberty., 1863..
1863New YorkThe Sumter anniversary, 1863 : opinions of loyalists concerning the great question of the times : expressed in the speeches and letters from prominent citizens ... on occasion of the inauguration of the Loyal National League, in mass meeting on Union Square, New York, on the 11th of April, 1863, the anniversary of the attack on Fort Sumter.Loyal National League.New York : C. S. Westcott & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkPreliminary report touching the condition and management of emancipated refugees : made to the secretary of warUnited States. American Freedmen's Inquiry CommissionNew York : John F. Trow, printer, 1863.
1863New YorkThe great questions of the times! : report of proceedings at the great inaugural mass meeting of the Loyal National League, in Union Square, New York, on the anniversary of Sumter.Loyal National League.New York : Printed for the Loyal National League, 1863.
1863New YorkMy diary North and South.Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907.New York: : Harper & Brothers, publishers. Franklin Square., 1863..
1863New YorkThe duty of the hourSpear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), 1812-1891.New York : Anson D.F. Randolph, 1863.
1863New YorkLetter of Peter Cooper on slave emancipation. : New York, Oct., 1863.Cooper, Peter, 1791-1883.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, cor. Liberty., 1863.
1863New YorkThe freedmen of Port Royal, South Carolina : official reports of Edward L. Pierce.United States. Dept. of the TreasuryNew York : Rebellion Record, 1863.
1863New YorkJournal of a residence on a Georgian plantation in 1838-1839.Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893.New York: : Harper & Brothers, publishers, Franklin Square., 1863..
1863New YorkBible view of slavery, by John H. Hopkins, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Vermont, examined.Drisler, Henry, 1818-1897.New York: : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, 79 John Street., 1863.
1863New YorkThe black man : his antecedents, his genius, and his achievementsBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884.New York : Thomas Hamilton, 48 Beekman Street ; Boston : R.F. Wallcut, 221 Washington St. : Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry, 1863.
1863New YorkChristianity and emancipation : or, The teaching and influence of the Bible against slaveryThompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879.New York : Anson D. F. Randolph, 1863.
1863New YorkThe freedmen of South-Carolina : some account of their appearance, character, condition, and peculiar customsNordhoff, Charles, 1830-1901.New York : Charles T. Evans, 1863.
1863New YorkReconstruction of the union : suggestions to the people of the North on a reconstruction of the unionCitizen of Iowa.New York : J. Bradburn, 1863.
1863New YorkProceedings at the organization of the Loyal National League : at the Cooper Institute, Friday evening, March 20th, 1863Loyal National League.New York : Westcott & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkSpeech of Mr. Turpie : delivered in the Senate of the United States, Feb. 7, 1863.Turpie, David, 1829-1909.New York : Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowlege, 1863.
1863New YorkThe twenty-sixth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1863.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Published for the board:, 1863.
1863New YorkThe black man : his antecedents, his genius, and his achievementsBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884.New York : Thomas Hamilton, 48 Beekman Street ; Boston : R.F. Wallcut, 221 Washington St. : Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry, 1863.
1863New YorkForward or backward?Pell, Robert Conger, 1835-1868.New York : James Miller, (successor to C.S. Francis & Co.,), 1863.
1863New YorkSouthern history of the war : The first year of the war.Pollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.New York : Charles B. Richardson, 1863 [Rennie, Shea & Lindsay, Stereotypers and Electrotypers ; R. Craighead, Printer]
1863New YorkOpinions of prominent men concerning the great questions of the times expressed in their letters to the Loyal National League : on occasion of the great mass meeting of the League and other loyalists at Union Square, New York, on the anniversary of Sumter.Loyal National League.New York : Westcott & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkEinheit und Freiheit : New York, June, 1863.Raster, Hermann, 1827-1891.New York : New-Yorker abend-zeitung Print, 1863.
1863New YorkThe slave power: its character, career, and probable designs : being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contestCairnes, John Elliott, 1823-1875.New York : Follett Foster & Co., publishers. No. 49 Walker-St., 1863, c1862.
1863New YorkThe Negro : a speechTilton, Theodore, 1835-1907.New York : Anti-Slavery Office, 1863.
1863New YorkThe wonderful story of Ravalette : Also, Tom Clark and his wife, their double dreams and the curious things that befell them therein; or, The Rosicrucian's storyRandolph, Paschal Beverly, 1825-1874.New York : Sinclair Tousey, 1863.
1863New YorkParis in America.Laboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.New York: : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street., 1863..
1863New YorkMy southern friends. : "All of which I saw, and part of which I was."Gilmore, James R. (James Roberts), 1822-1903.New York: : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway., M.DCCC.LXIII. [1863]
1863New YorkRevelations : a companion to the "New gospel of peace" according to Abraham.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : M. Doolady, 1863.
1863New YorkA book for the times : or, Shots from the MonitorSixty-three.New York : trade supplied by Sinclair Tousey, 121 Nassau Street; H. Dexter, Hamilton & Co., 113 Nassau Street, [1863].
1863New YorkPart 1. Bible view of slavery, by John H. Hopkins, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Vermont, examinedDrisler, Henry, 1818-1897.New York: : C.S. Westcott & Co., printers, 79 John Street., 1863.
1863New YorkUnion foundations: : a study of American nationality as a fact of science.Hunt, E. B. (Edward Bissell), 1822-1863.New York: : D. Van Nostrand, 192 Broadway. ; London: : Trübner & Co., 1863..
1863New YorkThe races of the old world : a manual of ethnologyBrace, Charles Loring, 1826-1890.New York : Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street : John F. Trow, printer, stereotyper, and electrotyper, 50 Greene St., New York, 1863.
1863New YorkA sermon preached on the national Thanksgiving Day, November 26th, 1863Vinton, Alexander H. (Alexander Hamilton), 1807-1881.New York : George F. Nesbitt & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkReport of the Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York.Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York.New York : G.A. Whitehorne, steam printer, 119 Fulton & 42 Ann Streets, 1863.
1863New YorkIn the tropics,Montgomery, Cora, 1807-1878.New York: : Carleton, publisher., MDCCCLXIII. [1863]
1863New YorkThe letter of a Republican, Edward N. Crosby ... to Prof. S. F. B. Morse, Feb. 25, 1863, and Prof. Morse's reply, March 2d, 1863.Crosby, Edward N.New York : [s.n.], 1863.
1863New YorkThe letters of President Lincoln on questions of national policy ...Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.New York : H.H. Lloyd & Co., 81 John Street. : The trade supplied by Sinclair Tousey, 121 Nassau Street, New York, H. Dexter, 113 Nassau Street, New York. ; [Boston] : B.B. Russell, 515 Washington Street, Boston. ; [Chicago] : R.R. Landon, 88 Lake Street, Chicago., 1863.
1863New YorkThe pigmies and the priests : showing how some dismal pagans were converted to a lively faith : a ballad of the times of enchantment.Cymon, 1814-1871.New York : Baker & Godwin, 1863.
1863New YorkTwo pictures; or, What we think of ourselves, and what the world thinks of us.McIntosh, Maria J. (Maria Jane), 1803-1878.New York: : D. Appleton and Company, 443 & 445 Broadway. ; London: : 16 Little Britain., 1863..
1863New YorkThe conditions of reconstruction : in a letter from Robert Dale Owen to the Secretary of State : letter from Hon. S. P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury, to the Loyal National League.Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.New York : W.C. Bryant & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkEvidence as to man's place in natureHuxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895.New York : D. Appleton and Company, 1863.
1863New YorkProphecy and fulfillment : speech of A.H. Stephens, of Georgia, (vice-president of the so-called Confederate States) in opposition to secession in 1860 : Address of E.W. Gantt, of Arkansas, (brigadier-general in the Confederate army) in favor of reunion in 1863.Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883.New York: Holman, 1863.
1863New YorkElements of discord in Secessia, &c., &c. : New York, May, 1863.Alexander, William, attorney-general of TexasNew York : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 1863.
1863New YorkHusks : Colonel Floyd's wardsHarland, Marion, 1830-1922.New York : Sheldon & Company, 1863.
1863New YorkThe cause of the war: who brought it on, and for what purpose? : Speech of Col. Charles Anderson, late of Texas, now of U.S. volunteers.Anderson, Charles, 1814-1895.New York : Wm. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, cor. Liberty., 1863.
1863New YorkIn the tropics,Montgomery, Cora, 1807-1878.New York: : Carleton, publisher. ; London: : Bentley, MDCCCLXIII. [1863]
1863New YorkArbitrary arrests in the South : or, Scenes from the experience of an Alabama UnionistTharin, Robert Seymour Symmes, b. 1830.New York : John Bradburn, 1863.
1863New YorkThe national instinct our guide through the war : An address given on occasion of the national Thanksgiving, November 26 1863Bellows, Henry W. (Henry Whitney), 1814-1882.New York : James Miller, (successor to C.S. Francis & Co.), 1863 [John F. Trow, printer].
1863New YorkThe octoroon.Hosmer, H. L. (Hezekiah Lord), 1814-1893.New York: : Follett, Foster & Co., 1863..
1863New YorkA geographical, statistical and ethical view of the American slaveholders' rebellionMorse, Sidney E. (Sidney Edwards), 1794-1871.New York : A.D.F. Randolph, 1863.
1863New YorkSeparation: : war without endLaboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, corner of Liberty., 1863..
1863New YorkThe cause of the war: who brought it on, and for what purpose? : Speech of Col. Charles Anderson, late of Texas, now of U.S. volunteers.Anderson, Charles, 1814-1895.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau St., cor. Liberty., 1863.
1863New YorkThe Crisis.S., Cae.New York: : D. Appleton and Company, 443 & 445 Broadway., 1863.
1863New YorkNullification and compromise; a retrospective view.Williams, John Mason, 1780-1868.New York: : Francis & Loutrel, stationers & printers, no. 45 Maiden Lane., 1863.
1863New YorkThe future of the North-West.Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.New York : E. O. Jenkins, 1863.
1863New YorkThe war in the United States. : Report to the Swiss military department; preceded by a discourse to the Federal military society assembled at Berne, Aug. 18, 1862.Lecomte, Ferdinand, 1826-1899.New York: : D. Van Nostrand, 192 Broadway., 1863..
1863New YorkSpeech of Cassius M. Clay : before the law department of the University of Albany, N.Y., February 3, 1863.Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903.New York : Press of Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas, no. 113 Fulton Street, 1863.
1863New YorkTrial of Abraham Lincoln by the great statesmen of the republic : a council of the past on the tyranny of the present : the spirit of the Constitution on the bench -- Abraham Lincoln, prisoner at the bar, his own counsel.New York : Office of the Metropolitan Record, 1863.
1863New YorkTrial of Abraham Lincoln by the great statesmen of the republic : a council of the past on the tyranny of the present : the spirit of the Constitution on the bench -- Abraham Lincoln, prisoner at the bar, his own counsel.New York : Office of the Metropolitan Record, 1863.
1863New YorkThe Three voices : the soldier, farmer, and poet : to the copper heads.New York : Office of Rebellion Record, 1863.
1863New YorkUnion broadside, no. 1. : what union men of all parties said in 1861 ... what they say in 1863 after the "Proclamation," "Conscription", &c.New York : John F. Trow, 1863.
1863New YorkBeadle's Dime song book no. 7 : a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs, comprising the latest and best productions of Stephen C. Foster.New York : Beadle and Company, 118 William St. ; London : 44 Paternoster Row, [not before 1863]
1863New YorkThe Two ways of treason, or, The open traitor of the South face to face with his skulking abettor at the North : New York, Oct., 1862.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkBeadle's Dime song book no. 9 : a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs.New York : Beadle and Company, 118 William St. ; London : 44 Paternoster Row, [not before 1863]
1863New YorkBeadle's Dime song book no. 8 : a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs.New York : Beadle and Company, 118 William St. ; London : 44 Paternoster Row, [not before 1863]
1863New YorkPalmetto pictures.New York : W. Low, 1863.
1863New YorkChristy's new songster and black joker : containing all the most popular and original songs, choruses, stump speeches, witticisms, jokes, conundrums, etc., etc., as sung and delivered by the world-renowned Christy's Minstrels at their opera housesNew York : Dick and Fitzgerald, publishers, [1863]
1863New YorkBeadle's Dime song book no. 5 : a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs.New York : Beadle and Company, 118 William St. ; London : 44 Paternoster Row, [not before 1863]
1863New YorkBeadle's Dime song book no. 1 : a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs.New York : Beadle and Company, 118 William St. ; London : 44 Paternoster Row, [not before 1863]
1863New YorkThe Preservation of the Union : a national economic necessityNew York : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkThe Tribune almanac and political register for 1863.New York : Tribune Association, [1863]
1863New YorkOpinions of the early presidents, and of the fathers of the Republic, upon slavery, and upon Negroes as men and soldiers.New York : Wm C. Bryant & Co., 1863.
1863New YorkMilitary despotism! : suspension of the habeas corpus! : curses coming home to roost.New York : W.C. Bryant, 1863.
1863New YorkWomen's.... : To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: The undersigned, women of the United States above the age of eighteen years, earnestly pray that your honorable body will pass, at the earliest practicable day, an act emancipating all persons of African descent held to involuntary service or labor in the United States..Women's Loyal National League.[New York : s.n., 1863?]
1863New YorkLoyal meeting of the people of New-York, to support the government, prosecute the war, and maintain the Union, : held at the Cooper Institute, Friday evening, March 6, 1863.New-York: : George F. Nesbitt & Co., printers and stationers, corner of Pearl and Pine Streets., 1863..
1863New YorkThe great mass meeting of loyal citizens, at Cooper Institute, Friday evening, March 6, 1863..[New York ] : Published by Wm. C Bryant, 41 Nassau Street, New York., [1863?]
1863New YorkTo the laboring men of New York.[New York : s.n., 1863]
1863New YorkEmancipation and its results..[New York : s.n., 1863?]
1863New YorkTo churchmen : the following memorial is reported to have been laid before the "General Council" of the bishops, clergy and laity, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in "The Confederate States of America," held in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Georgia, November 22d, 1862.[New York? : s.n., 1863?]
1863New YorkThe Three voices : the soldier, farmer, and poet : to the copperheads.[New York : s.n., 1863]
1863North CarolinaThe first Dixie reader : designed to follow the Dixie primerMoore, M. B. (Marinda Branson), 1829-1864.Raleigh : Branson, Farrar & Co., 1863.
1863North CarolinaThe geographical reader, for the Dixie childrenMoore, M. B. (Marinda Branson), 1829-1864.Raleigh : Branson, Farrar & Co., 1863.
1863OhioWhy is allegiance due? and Where is it due? : An address delivered before the National Union Association of Cincinnati, June 2, 1863,Andrews, Israel Ward, 1815-1888.Cincinnati: : Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., printers, 25 West Fourth Street., 1863.
1863OhioDaniel O'Connell and the committee of the Irish Repeal Association of CincinnatiO'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847.Cincinnati : Catholic Telegraph Office, 1863.
1863OhioReport by the committee of the Contrabands' Relief Commission of Cincinnati, Ohio : Proposing a plan for the occupation and government of vacated territory in the seceded states.Contrabands' relief commission of Cincinnati, Ohio.Cincinnati : Gazette Steam Printing House, 1863.
1863OhioThe record of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham on abolition, the Union, and the Civil War.Vallandigham, Clement L. (Clement Laird), 1820-1871.Columbus, Ohio : J. Walter & Co., 1863.
1863OhioMessrs. Vallandigham, Richardson and Cox ; a reply : speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, of Ohio ; delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1863.Shellabarger, Samuel, 1817-1896.[Springfield, Ohio] : Springfield News, print., [1863]
1863OhioDayton speech of Hon. John Brough. : President Lincoln's response relative to the arrest of Vallandigham.Brough, John, 1811-1865.Cincinnati: : Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., printers, 25 West Fourth Street., 1863.
1863OhioObjects of the rebellion, and effects of its success upon free laborers and civilizationCincinnati : Wrightson & Co., 1863.
1863OhioSpeech of Andrew Johnson. : Governor Andrew Johnson's speech to the colored people of Nashville on the 24th ultimo, already noticed, is fully reported by a correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, who says ...[Cincinnati, Ohio? : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe light and dark of the rebellion..Lester, C. Edwards (Charles Edwards), 1815-1890.Philadelphia: : George W. Childs, 628 & 630 Chestnut St., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaThe diplomatic year : being a review of Mr. Seward's foreign correspondence of 1862Reed, William B. (William Bradford), 1806-1876.Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaReview of Bishop Hopkins' Bible view of slavery,Lundy, John P. (John Patterson), 1823-1892.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAuszug aus der Anrede, gehalten von Richter Maynard, an die Grand Jury von Nordhampton County, bei der Eröffnung der court für Januar-Termin 1863.Maynard, John W.[Philadelphia? ; s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Irish patriot : Daniel O'Connel's legacy to Irish Americans.O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847.Philadelphia : Printed for gratuitous distribution, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaPictures of slavery and anti-slavery : advantages of Negro slavery and the benefits of Negro freedom : morally, socially, and politically consideredRobinson, John Bell.Philadelphia : s.n., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaBible view of slavery..Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAn appeal to Friends and others on behalf of the destitute Freedmen of the South. Dear Friends ....Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863?].
1863PennsylvaniaThirty-second annual report of the board of managers of the Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons..Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons.Philadelphia: : William H. Pile, printer., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaHead quarters, Supervisory Committee on Colored Enlistments, No. 1210 Chestnut Street, June 27, 1863.Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia : The Committee, 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaWashington and Jackson on Negro soldiers. Gen. Banks on the bravery of Negro troops. Poem--the second LouisianaBaird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912.Philadelphia [PA] : Printed for gratuitous distribution, [H.C. Baird, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaOur mercies of re-occupation : A thanksgiving sermon, preached at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Philadelphia, November 26, 1863Brooks, Phillips, 1835-1893.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 606 Chestnut St, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863Boker, George H. (George Henry), 1823-1890.[Philadelphia] : [s.n.], [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaThirty-fourth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania : for the eastern district of Pennsylvania : to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia : McLaughlin Brothers, 1862.
1863PennsylvaniaThe diplomatic year : being a review of Mr. Seward's foreign correspondence of 1862Reed, William B. (William Bradford), 1806-1876.Philadelphia : John Campbell, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaCharacter and results of the war : How to prosecute and how to end it : A thrilling and eloquent speechButler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893.Philadelphia: : printed for gratuitous distribution, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaNo person is wanted as an officer in a colored regiment who "feels that he is making a sacrifice in accepting a position in a colored regiment," or who desires the place simply for higher rank and pay ...Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia : s.n., ca. 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaEighth annual report of the Home for Destitute Colored Children.Home for Destitute Colored Children (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : Merrihew & Thompson, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863Boker, George H. (George Henry), 1823-1890.[Philadelphia] : [s.n.], [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaThe Union--The Constitution--Peace. : A thanksgiving sermon, delivered in the Locust St. M.E. Church, Harrisburg, Pa.Jackson, Jno. Walker (John Walker)Harrisburg: : "Telegraph' Steam Book and Job Office., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaWebster and Hayne's celebrated speeches : in the United States Senate, on Mr. Foot's resolution of January, 1830 : also Daniel Webster's speech in the Senate of the United States, May [i.e.March] 7, 1850, on the slavery compromise.Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson and Brothers, [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe conspiracy unveiled. : The South sacrificed; or, The horrors of secession.Hunnicutt, James W., b. 1814.Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bible view of slavery reconsidered : a letter to the Right Rev. Bishop Hopkins.Biblicus.Philadelphia : H.B. Ashmead, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaConstitution and by-laws of the Central Democratic Club : organized January, 1863.Central Democratic Club (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : H.G. Leisenring's Steam-Power Printing House, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaSoldiers read!! Citizens read!!! : Address of the Democratic State Central Committee. : Letter of Major Geo. A. Woodward. : Letter of Judge Woodward.Democratic Party (Pa.). State Central CommitteePhiladelphia: : printed at the Age office. 430 Chestnut Street, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaEin schmackhaftes Gericht für loyale Männer.Savoury dish for loyal men. German.Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe thirty-fifth annual report of the Board of Managers of the House of Refuge, : with the annual statement of the Treasurer, the annual report of the Ladies' Committee, and of the Superintendents, &c..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, Sansom St. above Eleventh., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaVom Kriege. : Einfache Worte an einfache LeuteHunt, Ezra Mundy, 1830-1894.Philadelphia: : [Union League of Philadelphia], 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaThe way to secure peace and establish unity as one nation,Hubbell, William Wheeler, 1821-1902.Philadelphia: : A. Winch, publisher. 505 Chestnut Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaA Plea for the freedmen.Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association.[Phila., Pa.] : Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association, [186-?]
1863PennsylvaniaPrayerful sympathy invoked for America : a sermon preached at Cross Street Chapel, Islington, England, on Sunday, December 21st, 1862Thomas, Alfred C.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaProtest of the bishop and clergy of the Diocese of Pennsylvania against Bishop Hopkins' Letter on African slavery.Episcopal Church. Diocese of Pennsylvania[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863].
1863PennsylvaniaAddress of the Union State Central Committee of Pennsylvania.Republican Party (Pa.). State Committee[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaWashington u. Jackson über die Neger als soldaten. General Banks über die Tapferkeit der Neger-truppen und Das Zweite Louisiana Regiment, von G.H. Boker.Baird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912.Philadelphia : Gedruckt zur unentgeldlichen Vertheilung, [1863] [Electrotypirt bei Johnson & Co.]
1863PennsylvaniaGeneral Washington and General Jackson, on Negro soldiers.Baird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912.Philadelphia : Henry Carey Baird, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaTwenty-ninth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, corner of Lodge Street and Kenton Place., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaAbout the war. : Plain words to plain peopleHunt, Ezra Mundy, 1830-1894.[Philadelphia] : Union League in Philadelphia., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaA grand promenade concert will be given by Emanuel Lodge, No. 30, A.Y.M., : on Friday evening, May 1st, 1863 at Franklin Hall, Sixth Street, below Arch. For the benefit of the lodge.Ancient York Masons. Emanuel Lodge, No. 30 (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaOur national constitution : its adaptation to a state of war or insurrection. A treatiseAgnew, Daniel, 1809-1902.Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son & Co., printers, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaSouthern slavery and the Christian religion : communication from Judge Stroud.Stroud, George M. (George McDowell), 1795-1875.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe national fast. : Why it should be kept, and how. : A sermon,Jenkins, John, Rev.Philadelphia: : C. Sherman, Son & Co., printers., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaFred Aims' Olympic Theatre Race St. below Third largest company in the city, in songs, dances, pantomimes, Negro delineations, ballets, etc. etc. every night.Fred Aims' Olympic Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia] : U.S. Job Print, Phila., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaLetter to the president of the United StatesBarnard, Frederick A. P. (Frederick Augustus Porter), 1809-1889.Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe rebuke of secession doctrinesSouthern statesmen.Philadelphia : Printed for gratuitous distribution, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaAn appeal to the members of the Society of Friends, on behalf of the destitute Freedmen of the South.Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863?].
1863PennsylvaniaAddress of the Democratic State Central Committee.Democratic Party (Pa.). State Central CommitteePhiladelphia: : printed at "The Age" office., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaFree military school for applicants for commands of colored troops, no. 1210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. : established by Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments, John H. Taggart, late colonel 12th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves, preceptor.Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaThe policy of emancipation : in three letters to the Secretary of War, the President of the United States, and the Secretary of the TreasuryOwen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaWho would be free, themselves must strike the blow! : Colored men of Burlington Co., your country calls you ...Snyder, George recruiting agent.[Philadelphia] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaNo party now, but all for our country..Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.Philadelphia: : Crissy & Markley, printers, Goldsmiths Hall, Library Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaBeyond the lines: : or A Yankee prisoner loose in Dixie.Geer, J. J. (John James), b. 1833.Philadelphia: : J.W. Daughaday, publisher, 1308 Chestnut Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaPlantations for slave labor : the death of the yeomanry.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.[Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son & Co., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAfrican colonization--its progress and prospects : Addresses delivered by William H. Allen, L.L.D., and John P. Crozer, Esq., at the anniversary meeting of the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, held in Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, October 25, 1863.Allen, William H. (William Henry), 1808-1882.Philadelphia : William F. Geddes, printer, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaThe views of Judge Woodward and Bishop Hopkins on Negro slavery at the South, : illustrated from the Journal of a residence on a Georgian plantationKemble, Fanny, 1809-1893.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaOur American institutions : a Thanksgiving discourse delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church in Philadelphia August 6th 1863Furness, William Henry, 1802-1896.Philadelphia : Published by T.B. Pugh s.w. corner Sixth and Chestnut Sts., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaGreer's Hall. Positively the last night! : Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels the star troupe of the world! In their great Ethiopian soirees Entire change of programme! New novelties, burlesques, &c. This Tuesday evening, June 30, 1863. ... Burlesque monster concert a la Germania. ... The vultures! ... The financiers ... The Peaked Family of bell ringers! ... Ten-pin Johnny! ... To conclude with the plantation walk-around, entitled The black brigade by the full company. Admission, twenty-five cents Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Performance commence at 8.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa. : U.S. Job Print, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaInauguration of the National Union Club. : Speech of Benjamin H. Brewster, delivered at the Musical Fund Hall, Philadelphia, Wednesday evening, March 11, 1863.Brewster, Benjamin Harris, 1816-1888.Philadelphia : King & Baird, printers, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaFourth semi-annual report of the Ladies' Aid Society of Philadelphia : with letters and extracts of letters from the Secretary of the societyLadies' Aid Society of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : Sherman, Son & Co., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaReport of a visit to Hampton, Norfolk & Yorktown.Cope, M. C. (Marmaduke C.)Philadelphia: : Ringwalt & Brown, steam-power printers, 111 & 113 South Fourth Street., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaNorthern interests and southern independence : a plea for united actionStillé, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaReport of the proceedings of a meeting held at Concert Hall, Philadelphia : on Tuesday evening, November 3, 1863 : to take into consideration the condition of the freed people of the South.Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association.Philadelphia : Merrihew & Thompson, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe Colored School of Kingsessing, 24th Ward, will, on Thursday evening, Feb. 5th, 1863, give an exhibition, in the Town Hall, Darby, music under the direction of Prof. Wm. S. Rolley ....Colored School of Kingsessing.[Philadelphia] : U.S. Job Print., Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaNorthern interests and southern independence : a plea for united actionStillé, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaAbout the war. : Plain words to plain peopleHunt, Ezra Mundy, 1830-1894.Philadelphia: : Printed for gratuitous distribution., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaRaynor's Varieties! : At [blank] Hall on [blank] ev'ng, April, [blank] 1863 The manager takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of this place and vicinity, two of his popular soirees on which occasion the following well-known and acknowledged talent will positively appear: Miss Annie West, the queen of song. Miss Hattie Sinclair, the graceful danseuse. Professor Haller, the renowned magician. Harry J. Raynor, balladist, guitarist and comedian. William Worrell, humorist, imitator, boneist and female delineator. Mast. Frank Howard, the youthful wonder. Mr Harry Mestayer, solo-violinist. Signor L. De Forrest, the excelsior baritone. Haller's wonders The above company having concluded a most successful engagement in Philadelphia, now offer to the citizens of this place a first-class moral entertainment, comprising songs, dances, negro eccentricities, extravaganzas, duets, burlesques, magic, &c. &c. Tickets, twenty-five cents Children, fifteen cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at quarter of 8 Front seats reserved for ladies and their escorts.Raynor's Varieties.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAn address before the Liberia Union Agricultural Enterprise Co.Morris, Edward S., 1830-1890.Philadelphia : Wm. S. Young, book & job printer, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaA word of warning to DemocratsWright, William.Philadelphia : U. S. Steam-Power Book and Job Printing Office, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaFifth semi-annual report of the Ladies' Aid Society of Philadelphia : with letters and extracts of letters from the Secretary of the societyLadies' Aid Society of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : Sherman, Son & co., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaFun! Fun! Come one come all--Give us a call. : First grand complimentary concert for the benefit of the Wildey Assembly to be given at Herman Hall, Coates Street, above Second, on Wednesday evening, June 17th, 1863, on which occasion Jackson & Jones' Ethiopian Minstrels will appear. ... The elegant piano forte, used on this occasion, is from the factory of George Steck, New York, and is furnished by Mr. J.E. Gould, Seventh and Chestnut Streets. Programme. ... Hungarian warblers! ... Fields of olden ... Exempt Quakers ... The surprise party, ... The Crow family ... Gum man of Philadelphia ... The whole to conclude with the walk around, Who's heel's dat a burnin' by the whole company. Prices of admission, 20 cts. Children, under 12 years, 10 cents Front seats reserved for ladies. Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Performance commences at 8.Jackson & Jones' Ethiopian Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaCarncross & Dixey's Minstrels! Eleventh Street Opera House. : Benefit of Robt. Fraser on Monday eve'g, May 4. Entire new bill.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Ledger Job Print, Philad'a. [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaNorthern interests and southern independence : a plea for united actionStillé, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe future of the North-West : in connection with the scheme of reconstruction without New EnglandOwen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.Philadelphia : Crissy & Markley, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe conditions of peace : A Thanksgiving discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia; November 27, 1862Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870.Philadelphia : William B. Evans, 1863 [Henry B. Ashmead, printer].
1863PennsylvaniaThe conscription : Also speeches of the Hon. W.D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, on the conscription; the way to attain and secure peace; and on arming the Negroes. With a letter from Secretary Chase.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Philadelphia : printed for gratuitous distribution, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaGrand concert for the benefit of George S. Morfeit, : to be given at the Girard Hall, S.W. corner of Sixth and Girard Avenue, Wednesday eve'ng, March 11, '63 by the Continental Minstrels consisting of the following named persons: A. Jones, P. Williamson, G. Albert, J. Side, H. Baker, G. White, E. Shaw, A. Shaw. For which occasion they have engaged the world-renowned Rose & Burr's Opera Troupe! at an enormous expense, who will appear in their pleasing programme. ... Slight skirmish: or, The best way to settle it. ... Seeing the elephant, ... Black blunders, ... The whole to conclude with a laughable piece, entitled Le bal masque ... Admission, 15 cents Doors open at half-past 6 o'clock. Concert to commence at half-past 7 Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers in attendance.Continental Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaOur national constitution : its adaptation to a state of war or insurrection.Agnew, Daniel, 1809-1902.Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son & Co., printers, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaFirst annual report of the Port Royal Relief Committee. : Presented at a public meeting in Concert Hall, Chestnut St., Philadelphia, March 26th, 1863.Port Royal Relief Committee.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, Lodge St., corner of Kenton Place., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaIt is better to laugh than be sighing : First grand concert by the Independence Assembly to be given at Girard Hall, S.W. cor. Sixth St. and Girard Avenue, on Friday ev'ng, March 20, 1863 on which occasion the Philadelphia Minstrels are engaged and will appear. ... Comic act--Post Office Sam! ... Comic act--Surprise party ... The performances will conclude with the laughable Ethiopian sketch, written by Andy Williams, entitled The musician! ... Admission, 25 cents. Doors open at half-past 6. Performance to commence at quarter of 8 Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers will be in attendance.Philadelphia Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaOdd Fellows' Hall, Downingtown One night only: Thursday eve'ng, April 23d, 1863 : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... The exempts, ... Them Irishmen, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... The whole to conclude with Sanford's scene, entitled Uncle Tom's cabin. ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaWoodward on foreigners.Woodward, George W. (George Washington), 1809-1875.[Philadelphia? : H.B. Ashmead, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaSlavery the mere pretext for the rebellion; not its cause. : Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833. His last will and testament in 1843. Bequests of his three swords: His solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors." Picture of the conspiracy. Drawn in 1863,Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.Philadelphia: : C. Sherman, Son & Co., printers., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaMiss Martha Brownlow : or, the heroine of Tennessee : a truthful and graphic account of the many perils and privations endured by Miss Martha Brownlow, the lovely and accomplished daughter of the celebrated Parson Brownlow, during her residence with her father in KnoxvilleReynolds, William D.Philadelphia : Barclay & Co., [c1863]
1863PennsylvaniaOration delivered before the city authorities at Boston, on the eighty-seventh anniversary of the national independence of America.Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894.Philadelphia: : Printed for gratuitous distribution., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaSlavery and the war: : a historical essay.Darling, Henry, 1823-1891.Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaRepublican Hall, Tamaqua Thursday eve'ng, June 11th, '63. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy: ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaForty-fourth annual report of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, : presented to the General Assembly, May, 1863.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaSecrets of the American Bastile.Winder, William H.Philadelphia : John Campbell, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe history of slavery and emancipation : speech delivered by H. T. Utley, before the Democratic Association in Dubuque, Iowa, February 12th, 1863.Utley, H. T.Philadelphia : John Campbell, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaCity Treasurer! : Philadelphia, March 7th, 1860. Mr. Jefferson Davis. My dear sir:--Can you tell me if General Larman is likely to remain much longer in Nicarauga [sic]? I should like to go to that country and help open it to civilization and niggers. I could get strong recommendations from the president's present friends in Pennsylvania for the place, were the mission vacant, and I think I would prove a live minister. I am tired of being a white slave at the North, and long for a home in the sunny South. Please let me hear from you when you have leisure. Mrs. Brodhead joins me in sending kind remembrances to Mrs. Davis and yourself. Sincerely and gratefully your friend, John Brodhead. Mechanics, working men, patriots, Democrats, all men who despise meanness and servility, mark this slanderer of honest labor by voting for the National Union candidate, Harry Bumm!Bumm, Henry.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaGrand concert to be given by the Monitor Assembly at Franklin Hall, : Sixth Street, below Arch. On Wednesday evening, Oct. 7, '63 on which occasion the Philadelphia Minstrels will appear in their versatile programme. ... Manager in trouble. ... Lay low for rebels ... The evening's entertainment will conclude with the laughable Ethiopian sketch, entitled The baffled contraband! ... Ending with a grand holiday jubilee, sustained by the entire company, Admission, 25 cents Children's tickets, 15 cts. Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8. Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers will be in attendance. A police force will be in attendance to preserve order. The Philadelphia Minstrels can be engaged, by applying at Shoemaker's Drug Store, south-west corner of Sixth and Girard Avenue.Philadelphia Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAttention. Unprecedented attraction. Grand musical soiree dansante at the Franklin Hall, Sixth Street, Below Arch, on Wednesday evening, September 16th, 1863. : In consequence of the hasty manner in which our "First Colored Troop," from Philadelphia, was ordered to the seat of war, many of their relatives and friends had neither time nor opportunity to wish them a hearty "good bye." Desiring to show them our appreciation of their noble patriotism and self-sacrificing spirit which they evidenced, in going forward at the call of their country to battle, and, if necessary, to die in defence of liberty and justice, we wish to send them a handsome regimental flag! and thereby assure them, though absent, they are not forgotten.Brown, Mary L.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaWashington Hall South-West corner of Eighth and Spring Garden Streets. : Stage manager, B. Rose Musical director, C. Renz Pianist, T. Harrison Grand complimentary benefit to C.H. Hamilton and W. Wallace on Monday evening, April 20th, 1863. The following named talent have kindly volunteered their services: The old Philadelphia favorite, Dan Gardner, clown and comic singer. Miss Eliza and Minnie Gardner, the little fairies. The Polish Brothers, the great acrobats. Mr. Wambold, the boneless wonder. J.W. Sharpless, Tony De Costa, Harlande Brothers, in their daring feats on the trapese. J. Reece, comic singer and comedian. J. Forbes, excelsior banjo player. Ben Yeager and S. Lane, great jig dancers. Prof. Wagner, magician, (his first appearance in two years.) F. Anthony and W. Archibald, two comedians. N. Barth versatile performer and J. Lynch, wonder drum solo. Last, though not least, the renowned Rose and Burr Opera Troupe ... The whole to conclude with the White-wash army! ... Admission, 25 cents Doors open at quarter to 7 o'clock. To commence at half-past 7. Fronts seats reserved for ladies. Gentlemanly ushers in attendance N.B.--During the evening, a beautiful steel engraving, with frame, will be presented to the association disposing of the largest number of tickets.Rose and Burr Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaStar troupe. : Duer & Fox's Minstrels! will give a grand concert, under a pavilion capable of holding several hundred people, at [blank] on [blank] evening, [blank] 1863 Admission, [blank] cts. Children, [blank] cts. The most complete traveling band in the profession, composed of a number of distinguished artists. Novelties & new attractions Fun, music, frolic and mirth to drive care away, and cheer the drooping heart. Determination to please and amuse. Every member a prominent star in is own line of business. The ladies are particularly invited to witness the entertainment of great nonpareil minstrel companies. ... Duer & Fox's Minstrel's programme will consist of new songs, dances, acts, glees, choruses, ballads, burlesque lectures, funny sayings and doings. The evening's entertainment will conclude with the laughable afterpiece, entitled Post Office Sam! or, Nigger in a tater bag. Characters by the company. Doors open at half-past 7. Concert will commence at 8 Come early. N.B.--No postponement on account of weather. Front seats reserved for ladies. Music can be engaged for parties, serenades, &c., if required, by applying to the manager.Duer & Fox's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaDuer & Fox's Minstrels will give a grand concert, under a canvas, : at [blank] on [blank] evening, [blank] Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents The most complete traveling band in the profession, composed of a number of distinguished artists. Novelties and new attractions! Fun, music, frolic and mirth, to drive care away and cheer the drooping heart. Determination to please and amuse. Every member a prominent star in is own line of business. The ladies are particularly invited to witness the entertainment of great nonpareil minstrel company. ... Duer & Fox's Minstrels' programme will consist of new songs, dances, acts, glees, choruses, ballads, burlesque lectures, funny sayings and doings, &c., &c. The evening's entertainment will conclude with a grand jubilee! Characters by the company. Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock. Concert commences at 8 Come early. N.B.--No postponement on account of weather. Front seats reserved for ladies. P.S.--The management respectfully announce to their patrons that the services of this troupe can be engaged on reasonable terms for parties, serenades, &c., by applying in person or note toDuer & Fox's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaTo make you laugh is our delight! : Grand concert to be given at Washington Hall, south-west corner of Eighth and Spring Garden Streets, on Wednesday evening, May 20, 1863, for the benefit of Billy Martin of the Philadelphia Minstrels, on which occasion the Philadelphia Minstrels and a host of volunteers will appear. ... Also, the popular Harmonia Orchestra will play a host of musical selections. Programme. ... Prestidigitation by the great William Miller. ... The performance will conclude with an Ethiopian sketch, by Andy Williams, entitled The black tailors ... Admission, 25 cents Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock. Curtain rises at quarter before 8. Polite ushers will be in attendance. Front seats reserved for ladies.Philadelphia Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe conditions of peace : A Thanksgiving discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia; November 27, 1862Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870.Philadelphia : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaMasonic Hall, Manayunk positively one night only. : Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels the star troupe of the world! In their great Ethiopian soirees ... Wednesday ev'ng, June 17, 1863, ... Burlesque monster concert a la Germania. ... Poor old maids! ... Babes in the wood ... Exempt shaking Quakers ... Deaf as a post, ... To conclude with the plantation walk-around, entitled High Daddy! by the full company. Admission, twenty-five cents Doors open at quarter past 7. Performance commence at 8 o'clock.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa. : U.S. Job Print, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaTheatre at Odd Fellows' Hall. : Manager Mr. S.C. Dubois Look at this bill for Saturday night The most effective play ever presented in Reading: ... Saturday evening, Aug. 15th, 1863 will be presented the beautiful and affecting French play, entitled Madelaine or The foundling of Paris. ... To conclude with, by request, the great Ethiopian farce, Virginia mummy ... On Monday night will be produced, for the first time in this city, the powerful and exciting play, which has had an uninterrupted success in the United States and Europe for three years, entitled Life in Lousiana or The eighth blood ... Prices of admission, 25 cents Reserved seats, 10 cents extra. Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock. To commence at 8 o'clock.Dubois Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Third and Chestnut Streets, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaManayunk: one night only, Monday evening, April 27th, 1863. : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... Them Irishmen, ... The exempts, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... Strange scenes from the tragedy of The stranger. ... Our relations! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable burlesque of Old Josh and his family ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaInteresting debate. : Reception of Gov. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, and Ex-Gov. Wright, of Indiana, at the State Capitol of Pennsylvania. : Full proceedings in the Senate..Pennsylvania. General Assembly. SenateHarrisburg, Pa: : George Bergner, printer, Telegraph Office., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaHorticultural Hall One night only: Friday evening, April 24th, 1863. : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... The exempts, ... Them Irishmen, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... The whole to conclude with Sanford's scene, entitled Uncle Tom's cabin. ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaOdd Fellows' Hall, Allentown one night only, Thursday evening, April 30, 1863. : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... Them Irishmen, ... The exempts, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... Strange scenes from the tragedy of The stranger. ... Our relations! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable burlesque of Old Josh and his family ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaDas Zeugniss eines Flüchtlings von Ost-TennesseeBokum, Hermann, 1807-1878.Philadelphia: : Gedruckt zur unentgeltlichen Vertheilung, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaWe study to please! : Grand concert! to be given at Girard Hall, S.W. corner of Sixth and Girard Avenue, on Friday evening, Feb'y 20th, 1863 by the Philadelphia Minstrels! consisting of ten performers, on which occasion they have selected the following bill. ... Comic act (new) entitled The black alderman! ... After which, a comic act entitled The manager in trouble ... The performance to conclude with the new Ethiopian opera of Aleriterio ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 10 cents. Doors open at half-past 6, performance to commence at half-past seven. Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers will be in attendance. Buchner's orchestra can be engaged for balls or parties, or the Philadelphia Minstrels for concerts, by applying at the drug store, corner Girard Avenue and Sixth Street.Philadelphia Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaSouthern slavery and the Christian religion. : To the editor of North American and U.S. Gazette ....Stroud, George M. (George McDowell), 1795-1875.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaDer Illustrirte Calender für das Jahr 1864..Illustrirte Calender. 1864.Philadelphia. : Herausgegeben von King und Baird, no. 607 Sansomstrasse. : Gedruckt bei King und Baird, 607 Sansomstrasse, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaFerdinand & Solomon's Minstrels will give a grand parlor entertainment! : At [blank] on [blank] eve'ng, [blank] 1863 Admission [blank] cts. Children, [blank] cts. The most complete traveling band in the profession, composed of distinguished artists. Novelties and new attractions, fun, music, frolic and mirth, to drive care away and cheer the drooping heart. Determination to please and amuse. Every member a prominent star! in his own line of business. The ladies are particularly invited to witness the entertainment of the great nonpareil company. Ferdinand & Solomon's Minstrel's programme! will consist of new songs, dances, acts, glees, choruses, ballads, burlesques lectures, funny sayings, banjo, violin and bone solos, accordeon solos, imitation bagpipes, &c. &c. Look at the names! Mr. Frank Solomon, accordeonist and violinist of the original Virginia Serenaders. Mr. Chas. La Borde, the pleasing balladist and versatile performer. Mr. J. Ferdinand, the inimitable Brudder Bones and lion banjoist, known throughout all the principal cities as the people's favorite The evening's entertainment will conclude with a laughable afterpiece! Doors open at half-past 7. Commence at 8, precisely Come early! Fron seats reserved for ladies. Strict order will be observed during the performance. No postponement on account of the weather.Ferdinand & Solomon's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAddress of Hon. William Bigler : delivered at New Hope, Bucks County, September 17, 1863.Bigler, William, 1814-1880.[Harrisburg, Pa.] : "Patriot and Union" Steam Print, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaOdd Fellows' Hall: Reading, Tuesday evening, April 28th, 1863. : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... Them Irishmen, ... The exempts, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... Strange scenes from the tragedy of The stranger. ... Our relations! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable burlesque of Old Josh and his family ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaReport of the Senate Committee relative to the immigration of blacks and mulattoes into the state of Pennsylvania : in the senate of Pennsylvania, March 6, 1863.Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on Negroes.[Harrisburg, Pa.?] : Singerly & Myers, State Printers, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaLaugh and be merry. : Grand concert to be given by the Humane Association, at Washington Hall, south-west corner of Eighth and Spring Garden Streets, on Thursday evening, April 23d, 1863, on which occasion the Philadelphia Minstrels! will appear in their versatile programme. ... 16,000 years ago: or, The long lost brothers ... Lay low for Furgy! ... The performances will conclude with the laughable pantomime, entitled The village tailor ... Admission, 25 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7; to commence at half-past 7 o'clock. Polite ushers will be in attendance. Front seats reserved for ladies.Philadelphia Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaGod's marvellous doing for the nation. : A sermon preached on the day appointed by the president for national thanksgiving and prayer, in the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia;Newton, Richard, 1813-1887.Philadelphia: : William F. Murphy & Sons, stationers, 339 Chestnut Street., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaGrand complimentary benefit to Rose & Burr's Opera Troupe by their friends, : on Wednesday ev'ng, April 29, '63 at Washington Hall S.W. cor. of Eighth and Spring Garden Sts., on which occasion the following array of talent have kindly volunteered their valuable services: The Harlande Brothers, in their daring feats. Mr C.H. Hamilton, the Philadelphia favorite. Mr C.A. Boggs, the world-renowned comic singer. Mr Jos. McDonough, the great comic singer. Mr Chas. M. Dimison, in his great song and dance. Mr N. Barth, the great stump orator. Master J. Smith, the fancy dancer. Mr A. Reed, the sweet balladist. Johnny Manderson, in his tamborine solo. Mast Harry Hilfrem, in his banjo solo. Pete Williams and George White, the happy contrabands, Also, the world-renowned Rose & Burr Opera Troupe ... Programme. ... A slight skirmish: or, The best way to settle it, ... Two Pompeys ... Two artists in trouble ... The whole to conclude with an Ethiopian sketch, entitled The difference between the broker & barber by the company. Admission, 25 cents Doors open at quarter of 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 7 1/2 o'clock Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers will be in attendance.Rose and Burr Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe iron furnace: or, Slavery and secessionAughey, John H. (John Hill), 1828-1911.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe modern Democratic creed! : Letter of John Brodhead, Democratic candidate for City Treasurer. Philadelphia, March 7th, 1860. Mr. Jefferson Davis. My dear sir:---Can you tell me if General Larman is likely to remain much longer in Nicaragua? I should like to go to that country and help open it to civilization and niggers. I could get strong recommendations from the president's present friends in Pennsylvania for the place, were the mission vacant, and I think I would prove a live minister. I am tired of being a white slave at the North, and long for a home in the sunny South. Please let me hear from you when you have leisure. Mrs. Brodhead joins me in sending kind remembrances to Mrs. Davis and yourself.Brodhead, John.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaFulton Hall! One night only: Wednesday eve'ng, April 22, 1863 : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... The exempts, ... Them Irishmen, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... The whole to conclude with Sanford's scene, entitled Uncle Tom's cabin. ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaNational Hall! Fred'k Douglass will lecture before the Alumni Association of the Institute for Colored Youths, : Friday eve'g, April 24, at National Hall! Subject: Affairs of the nation! Tickets 25 cents. They may be had at J.E. Gould's Music Store, 632 Chestnut Street, and also at the office of the Lebanon Cemetery, 717 Lombard Street. Doors open at 7.1-2 oclock. Lecture to commence at 8.Institute for Colored Youth (Philadelphia, Pa.). Alumni Association.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Ringwalt & Brown, steam-power printers, 111 & 113 South Fourth St., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Jeremiah S. Black : at the Democratic mass convention in Lancaster City, September 17, 1863.Black, Jeremiah S. (Jeremiah Sullivan), 1810-1883.[Harrisburg, Pa.] : "Patriot and Union" Steam Print, Harrisburg, Pa., [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaGrand annual fair will be given at the Masonic Hall : ... for the benefit of the First Baptist Church ... commencing Monday, November 23d, 1863, and continue during the week ... The patronage of the public is solicited ...First African Baptist Church (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia] : U.S. Steam Print, Philadelphia, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaAnnual statement of the Guardians for the Relief and Employment of the Poor of the city of Philadelphia, : for the fiscal year, ending December 31st, 1862. Published by order of the board.Philadelphia (Pa.). Guardians for the Relief and Employment of the PoorPhiladelphia: : Holland & Edgar, printers, No. 54 North Eighth Street., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe twenty-seventh annual report of the Association for the Care of Colored Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by William K. Bellows, successor to Joseph Rakestraw, S.W. corner Fourth Street and Apple Tree Alley., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Henry Winter Davis at Concert Hall, : Philadelphia, September 24, 1863.Davis, Henry Winter, 1817-1865.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaWashington and Jackson on Negro soldiers. Gen. Banks on the bravery of Negro troops. Poem--the second LouisianaBaird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912.Philadelphia : Printed for gratuitous distribution, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaWebster and Hayne's speeches : in the United States Senate, on Mr. Foot's resolution of January, 1830 : also Daniel Webster's speech, in the United States Senate, March 7, 1850, on the slavery compromise.Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaAbout the war. : Plain words to plain peopleHunt, Ezra Mundy, 1830-1894.Philadelphia. : Henry B. Ashmead, printer, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. George W. Woodward, delivered at the Great Union Meeting in Independence Square, Philadelphia, December 13th, 1860 : the Democratic platform, adopted by the state convention at Harrisburg, on the 17th of June, 1863.Woodward, George W. (George Washington), 1809-1875.Philadelphia : Printed at the Age Office., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaSecrets of the American Bastile.Winder, William H.Philadelphia : John Campbell, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe future of the North-West : in connection with the scheme of reconstruction without New EnglandOwen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.Philadelphia : [Crissy & Markley], 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaGeorge Christy's Ethiopian joke book, no. 3. : Containing anecdotes, jokes, repartees, witty sayings, lectures, interludes, conundrums, and bon mots. Rendered familiar to the public by the unapproachable performerChristy, George N., 1827-1868.Philadelphia : A. Winch, 505 Chestnut St., [between 1863 and 1871?]
1863PennsylvaniaNo party now, but all for our country..Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.Philadelphia: : Crissy & Markley, printers, Goldsmiths Hall, Library Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaGreer's Hall for positively two nights only! : Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels the star troupe of the world! In their great Ethiopian soirees ... This Monday evening, June 29th, 1863, ... Burlesque monster concert a la Germania. ... Poor old maids! ... Babes in the wood ... Exempt shaking Quakers ... Deaf as a post, ... To conclude with the plantation walk-around, entitled High Daddy! by the full company. Admission, twenty-five cents Doors open at quarter past 7. Performance commence at 8 o'clock.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa. : U.S. Job Print, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaE pluribus unum! : First week of the grand revival of the great moral entertainment, Uncle Tom's cabin Uncle Tom's cabin This Saturday evening, June 27, 1863, the entertainment will commence with a new Ethiopian overture, (composed by Mr. Mark Hassler,) by the orchestra under the direction of Mr. John Ritter. After which the great moral and domestic drawing-room entertainment, entitled Uncle Tom's cabin! or, Life among the lowly, in 6 acts, 32 scenes and 9 tableaux, adapted from Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's world-renowned work, by Mr. Thos, McKeon, and copyrighted by him ... In order not to erase the deep impression this sublime entertainment leaves upon the memory, no theatrical performance will be given in connection with it. A grand Uncle Tom matinee this afternoon! Will be given on Satnrday [sic] afternoon, for the express accommodation of ladies and children unable to attend of an evening, commencing at 2 o'clock. Observe the prices. Admission, (parquet dress circle,) 25 cents Orchestra chairs, 50 cents Seats in private boxes, 50 cents Family circle, 15 cents Children under 12 years, 15 cents Colored gallery, 15 and 25 cents Box office open from 10 to 3. Seats can be secured three days in advance. Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock. The representation will commence at 8.Continental Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThompson's Hall, Danville two nights only, Tuesday & Wednesday, June 16 & 17, 1863 : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy, ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaExtract from the charge of Judge Maynard to the grand jury of Northampton County, : at the opening of the court, January term, 1863.Maynard, John W.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaSanford's Opera House under new management. : The hall has been thoroughly cleaned and re-painted W. Hitchcock & Co., proprietors late of Newark Theatre and New National Theatre, New York. Grand opening night! Saturday, Dec'r 19th, 1863. The following talented artists will appear in a grand select entertainment of negro minstrelsy! Laughable comic acts! Sentimental & comic singing! Sketches of negro life, &c. Mr John Worrell, Mr W. Chambers, Mr T. Brown, Mr. J. Budd, Mr D. Howard, Mr J.C. Rivers, Mr J. Keene, Mr H. Thomas, Mr. William Holmes, the great comic vocalist, and Miss Rose Volante, the beautiful contralto vocalist. will diversify the entertainment with new and popular ballads and carefully selected comic songs Admission, 25 cents Reserved seats 50 " Gallery 15 " Private boxes {dollar}5 00 Seats in private boxes 1 00 The front seats will be reserved for ladies accompanied by gentlemen. An officer in attendance to keep strict order. Doors open quarter-before 7. Commence quarter-before 8. Closing before 10.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, third story, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaBoozer's Hall, Lambertville for one night only, Tuesday evening, May 5th, 1863. : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... Them Irishmen, ... The exempts, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... Strange scenes from the tragedy of The stranger. ... Our relations! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable burlesque of Old Josh and his family ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent, William Early, officer ... Look at this bill for Christmas week Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... The school ... Grand impalement feat! ... Imitations! of dogs, cats, monkeys, apes, chickens, goats, horses, turkeys and geese, ... Medical college! by the Corkonians. ... Turning the tables! ... To conclude with the comic pantomime of Paul and Julia or Troubles in a kitchen. ... On Christmas Day three grand performances, at 10 in the morning, half-past 2 in the afternoon, and half-past 7 in the evening. Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, is engaged, and will positively make her first appearance Monday, January 4th, 1864. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaTemperance Hall, Trenton Grand gala night! in commemoration of the glorious 4th 4th of July 1776. : Sanford's Opera Troupe! will appear on Friday evening, July 3d, 1863, and Saturday afternoon and evening, July 4th presenting the entire troupe in an entire new programme, same as to be given at Barnum's Museum, July 6th, where Sanford is engaged at an enormous expense, for the summer season. Mark the attraction: Uncle Tom's cabin ... The hall.--A spacious gallery will be erected by Mr. Sanford, giving accommodations superior than heretofore, thus reserving the entire front seats for ladies and families. ... Deaf as a post ... "Them" Irishmen, ... Uncle Tom's cabin ... Donnybrook fair, ... The musician fooled ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager ... Third week of the engagement of Billy Holmes, the favorite comic singer. Second week of Dave Williams, the greatest banjo player living. Continued success of Billy Boyd, Denny Gallagher, Harry Harrington Lida Levans, Ellen Colene, Adelaide Miller together with the entire star company. Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... Intrusive darkey! ... Ole Bull in a tight place ... The height of impudence! ... The whole to conclude with The nigger door-keeper ... A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00 Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... An affair of honor! ... Handy Andy! ... Yankee Doodle, ... Crow family, ... The whole to conclude with the laughable sketch, entitled Family quarrels! Characters by the company. A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Billy Holmes, the favorite, is engaged, and will soon appear. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}3.00 Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMusic, mirth and melody "Our" Head-Quarters! (late "New Idea") Concert Saloon, : No. 609 Chestnut Street, (above Sixth.) Sole lessee and proprietor, Chas. St. Clair Leader of orchestra, J.K. Search Stage manager, J.M. Mortimer Great increase of attraction New stars & old favorites First appearance of Miss Annie Stattler, the queen of song. Second week of Madaline Virginia, the accomplished French danseuse. Continued success of Miss Sallie Brooks the beautiful, sentimental and comic vocalist. The old favorites are still greeted with unbounded applause, Billy Porter! the original contraband. George Jones, the ham-fat man. Johnny Riley, eccentric comedian. Joe M. Mortimer the wonderful local banjo soloist and stump orator. The above well-known talent appear nightly in the choicest gems of dramatic, operatic, terpsichorean and minstrel arts. ... The whole to conclude with the roaring farce, in 1 act, entitled The prime donuts, or, A manager in a tight place. Admission (including refreshments) 10 cts. Come & see. No boys admittedOur Head-Quarters Concert Saloon (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee P.A. Fitzgerald, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... The school ... Deaf as a post, ... Black brigade ... Grand impalement act, ... To conclude with the laughable episode of Two in a bed! ... Monday evening, Nov. 30th, first appearance of the Western favorite and vocalist, Miss Julie Dawson. Will soon appear, the delightful songstress, Miss Nellie Taylor. Thanksgiving afternoon, a grand performance in which the entire company will participate. Grand matinee every Saturday at half past 2 o'clk for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00 Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaRepublican Hall: Tamaqua, Wednesday evening, June 24th, 1863. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy, ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee P.A. Fitzgerald, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Continued success of the great star company, and the comic vocalist, Tom Vance. Billy Wright in his impalement feat. Boyd in his comicalities. Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... The school (by particular request.) ... The African Roscius ... Grand impalement act, ... Castinet duet: ... Medical student! ... Intrusive niggers! ... To conclude with the alarming Ethiopian eccentricity The two lodgers ... Will soon appear the Western favorite and vocalist, Miss Julia Dawson, and the charming songstress, Miss Nellie Taylor. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00 Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaHead quarters of the Army of the Potomac Our Head-Quarters! (late "New Idea") Concert Saloon, : No. 609 Chestnut Street, (above Sixth.) Sole lessee and proprietor, Chas. St. Clair Superintendent, J.J. Fullerton Leader of orchestra, J.K. Search Stage manager, W.H. Porter Everything new all this week. Greatest company of living artists in the city! Return and successful engagement of Joe M. Mortimer! the well-known and very popular banjoist, Also, Miss Sallie Brooks the beautiful songstress. The above popular artists will appear henceforth, nightly. First week of the old favorite, Old Bob Sheppard, the original Old Bob Ridley. Second week of the old favorite, Bob Harrison, the celebrated Ethiopian comedian. Second week of the nonpareil banjo soloist and Ethiopian comedian, Billy Spaulding, second week of the great English clog and Scotch jig dancer, James Williams Continued success of the old company: Billy Porter, the celebrated plantation delineator. Second week of Miss Annie Stattler, Philadelphia's favorite songstress. Ella Zoyara Forrest, the beautiful danseuse. Miss Kate Oakland, danseuse and comedienne. George Jones, the astonishing Irish comedic singer and Ethiopian comedian. John Riley, the wild Irishman. Prof'r Anderson, musical director. ... Come and see the amusing play, called Here she goes and there she goes ... Come and be amused with the Cigar-maker in difficulty by three stars. This evening, the musical farce, entitled The Swiss cottage. Home where genius dwells Admission (including refreshments) 10 cts. Come & see. No boys admitted.Our Head-Quarters Concert Saloon (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam power Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaGrand complimentary concert to Messrs. Chambers & Neel by their friends, : on Monday eve'ng, August 3, 1863, for which occasion they have engaged Sanford & Hamilton's Minstrels ... Programme. ... The haunted house! ... The performance will conclude with The perplexed contraband Tickets, 25 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8. Front seats reserved for ladies.Sanford & Hamilton's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaFor positively one night only Town Hall, Bordentown! on Thursday evening, July 2d, 1863. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Deaf as a post ... "Them" Irishmen, ... To conclude with the sketch, entitled Uncle Tom's Cabin ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaDavis' Opera Sixth and Chestnut Streets. : J.L. Davis proprietor J. Harris, stage manager The only place now open that can lay any claim to having a company of legitimate artists, whose professional abilities have alone placed them upon the record of artistic excellence. The doors have closed of minor music and lager beer halls, the managers not having the ability to compete with the opera. The patronage all gone, give up the ghost, and acknowledge like men that upon "the banner of success, triumphant floats the opera." Look at the programme: ... Statue blanche! as performed by Mr. J.L. Davis 105 consecutive nights in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... The darkies' serenade ... Box and Cox ... The whole to conclude with the laughable sketch entitled the Scene in a doctor shop or, Johnny Harris graduating! ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter past 8 precisely To the patrons of the "opera." Gentlemen will please report at the bar any inattention or over-charge on the part of the lady attendants.Davis' Opera (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Third and Chestnut Streets, Phila., [ca. 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaLook at this bill : Engagement of Old Bob Sheppard! for six nights only. Continued success of the celebrated Irish comedian and vocalist, J.A. Coleman; John Weaver and Miss Anna Sinclair in favorite comic characters. This evening. Programme. ... Olympic Minstrels! ... Young Pompey Snow! ... The laughable burletta, written by J.A. Coleman, of The haunted hotel ... Echo band! ... Rochester knockings! ... To conclude with the phunny pharce, entitled Comfortable lodgings ... Admission, 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8.Theatre and Music Hall (Wilmington, Del.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings, [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaDavis' guide to the opera : Sixth & Chestnut, North West corner. Right being with us, success stimulates our efforts--progress the reward. John L. Davis, proprietor and publisher. Daily circulation, 15,000. Advertisements inserted upon liberal terms. Office at Davis' Opera. Vol. I no. 1. Old series vol. XLV, no. 108. Davis' Opera! Sixth and Chestnut. The most fashionable place of amusement in the city. ... Programme ... Carnival de l'opera! ... Unwarrantable intrusion! ... Ticket-of-leave man! ... Rival darkies! ... To conclude with the laughable vaudeville, entitled, The follies of a night ... In active preparation, several new novelties! Wm. LaConta appears on Monday evening next! Scale of prices. Parquette, 10 cts. Cushioned arm chairs in orchestra, 25 cts. Private boxes, {dollar}2. Seats in private boxes, 50 cts. The bar at the opera is stocked with the choicest brands of liquors, wines and segars--selected expressly for J.L. Davis, Esq., by a well-known importer in this and New York City. The bar is open all day and night.Davis' Opera (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Ringwalt & Brown, steam-power priniers [sic], 111 & 113 South Fourth Street., [ca. 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director William Heck, business agent Andrew Enochs, ticket agent William Early, officer ... Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... The school ... Grand impalement feat! ... Castinet duet ... Troubadours! ... Crow family! ... To conclude with the roaring farce of Box & Cox! Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, is engaged, and will positively make her first appearance Monday, January 4th, 1864. In preparation, a comic pantomime, entitled Paul & Julia; or, Troubles in a kitchen for the Christmas holidays. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMercer Hall, Princeton for one night only, Monday evening, June 1st, 1863. : The far-famed Sanford Opera Troupe: oldest company in the world! Samuel S. Sanford, manager. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing: operatic talent, tragic merit comic ability, delineations of men, manners & customs and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause at his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Sanford appearing each evening! with his star troupe ... Them Irishmen, ... The exempts, ... Sanford's black edition of Romeo and Juliet ... Strange scenes from the tragedy of The stranger. ... Our relations! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable burlesque of Old Josh and his family ... Admission, 25 cents. Children 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Tom W. Brown, ag'tSanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaFun! Fun!! Fun!!! : Duer & Fox's Minstrels will give a grand concert under a tent, at [blank] on [blank] evening, [blank] 1863 Admission, [blank] cts. Children, [blank] cts. The most complete traveling band in the profession, composed of a number of distinguished artists. Novelties and new attractions, fun, music, frolic and mirth, to drive care away, and cheer the drooping heart. Determination to please and amuse. Every member a prominent star! in his own line of business. The ladies are particularly invited to witness the entertainment of the great nonpariel minstrel company. ... Duer & Fox's Minstrel's programme will consist of new songs, dances, acts, glees, choruses, ballads, burlesque lectures, funny sayings and doings. The evening's entertainment will conclude with a grand jubilee! Characters by the company. Doors open at half-past 7. Concert commences at 8 Come early! N.B.--No postponement on account of weather. Front seats reserved for ladies. Music can be engaged for parties, serenades, &c., if required, by applying to the manager.Duer & Fox's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaHome where genius dwells "Our" Head-Quarters! (late "New Idea") Concert Saloon, : No. 609 Chestnut Street, (above Sixth.) Sole lessee and proprietor, Chas. St. Clair Superintendent, J.J. Fullerton Leader of orchestra, J.K. Search Stage manager, J.M. Mortimer Another great week of fun, the cry is still they come! Xtraordinary. Xamine. Xtra anouncement [sic]. First week of the original contraband, Fred Sharpley in his local songs and dances. Also, first week of the beautiful Ella Zoyara Forrest who will appear nightly in the original zouave drill dance, in full costume. Second week of Miss Annie Stattler, the young and beautiful queen of song. Continued success of the old favorites, who are received nightly with unbounded applause. Miss Sallie Brooks, the young and beautiful vocalist. Billy Porter, versatile performer. George Jones, the ham-fat man. Johnny Riley, general performer. Joe M. Mortimer banjo soloist and stump orator. Come and see The conscript: or, How to be exempted First week of the grand Uproar at the academy or, A manager in a tight place. By the whole company. New minstrel scenes! New solos, new songs, new dances, new burlesques, &c. Don't fail to come. The whole to conclude with the new plantation walk-around, entitled Uncle Sam Grant Admission (including refreshments) 10 cts. Come & see. No boys admittedOur Head-Quarters Concert Saloon (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director William Heck, business agent Andrew Enochs, ticket agent William Early, officer ... Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... The school ... Grand impalement feat! ... Castinet duet ... Troubadours! ... Crow family! ... To conclude with the roaring farce of Box & Cox! Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, is engaged, and will positively make her first appearance Monday, January 4th, 1853 [sic]. In preparation, a comic pantomime, entitled Paul & Julia; or, Troubles in a kitchen for the Christmas holidays. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaSmithsonian Hall! Ashland, on Monday evening, June 15th, 1863. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy, ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... An affair of honor! ... Handy Andy! ... Crow family, ... The whole to conclude with the laughable sketch, entitled Family quarrels! Characters by the company. Billy Holmes, the favorite, is engaged, and will soon appear. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}3.00 Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaBijou Music Hall No. 607 Arch St, next door to the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels ... Malicious trespasses! ... Run for life ... African Roscius! ... Sky-light adventures! ... Grand inpalement feat ... Mons. O. Phi Clide, the great Hercules! ... To conclude with The Mullygrubs! ... Grand matinee every Saturday, at half-past 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Admission.--Parquet, 10c. Orchestra, 15c. Private boxes, {dollar}2. Single seats 50cBijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863 or 1864]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor P.A. Fitzgerald, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director William Heck, business agent Andrew Enochs, ticket agent William Early, officer ... First appearance of Mad'le Helene the great Parisian danseuse. The beautiful Terpsichorean artiste, Miss Carrie Carson. Mons. O. Phi Clide the Hercules of the age, ... Billy Boyd! ... Tom Vance! ... Grand impalement feat Billy Wright. ... Dave Williams, ... Harry Enochs, ... Johnny Kelchner, ... Sammy Williams, ... Castinet duet, ... Mr P.A. Fitzgerald... Jos. Nosher, ... Ida Williams! ... Our bill of fare will satisfy the veriest epicure in the matter of amusement. Songs and dances--Ethiopian, comic and sentimental. Music--humorous and classic. Negro acts--new and excruciatingly phunny ... Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, will shortly appear; also, the beautiful and fascinating Miss Julia Dawson, the Jenny Lind of the West. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Prices of admission, Parquet, 10 cents Orchestra chairs, 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00 Seats in private boxes, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Bill Yboyd [sic], stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent William Early, officer ... 2 grand performances on New Year's Day at half-past 2 and half-past 7 o'clock. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Malicious trespassing, ... Grand impalement feat! ... Imitations! of dogs, cats, monkeys, apes, chickens, goats, horses, turkeys and geese, ... Arkansaw traveler! ... Turning the tables! ... To conclude with the comic pantomime of Paul and Julia or Troubles in a kitchen. ... Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, is engaged, and will positively make her first appearance Monday, January 4th, 1864. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMore novelties. Extra attraction, making this popular place of amusement a home of pleasure : Great success of the celebrated New York danseuse, M'lle Viola who will appear every night in a variety of new and favorite dances. M'lle Agnes will appear every night this week, in her astonishing act on the tight rope! with both feet in chains! ... Hugh Reinsche! in his celebrated Herculean and posturing acts. Mrs. Anna Weaver will also appear in a selection of popular songs. Anna Clare! in her beautiful dances and celebrated jigs. First appearance this season of Jno. Weaver! with a budget of comic songs, duets, &c. Charles Whitman the favorite contraband. M.B. Leavitt Ethiopian comedian. John Holdsworth! pianist. Frank Solomon violinist. Admission, 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8. Efficient police is engaged to preserve strict order and decorum. No malt or spiritous liquors sold in the theatreTheatre and Music Hall (Wilmington, Del.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phiiadelphia [sic]., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager J. Nosher, musical director First appearance here of the favorite comic singer Billy Holmes! Denny Gallagher in new acts. Billy Boyd, in his great imitations. Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... Miss Dora Dawson the celebrated double-voiced singer, will appear on Wednesday, Oct. 28th. Miss Adelaide Miller the favorite danseuse, is engaged, and will appear on Monday, November 2. A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}3.00 Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaHall's Art Union Concert, : Nos. 14 and 16 S. 7th St. between Market and Chestnut. Chas. Hall, proprietor Prof. Thiodon, leader of orchestra To-night, to-night. Look at the array of talent: Miss Ida Lee, Anna Statlear, Fayette Welsh, Jerome Whitman, Sam Murphy, Charles Hall Programme. ... Black blunders ... Government dispatches ... Essence of Ole Virginny, ... Masquerade ball ... Grecian statues by M'lle De Montague. Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock. Admittance, 10 cents including refreshment ticket.Art Union Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager J. Nosher, musical director First week of the engagement of the favorite comic singer, Tom Vance, first week of Billy Boyd, in his great bellows solo. Denny Gallagher in new acts. Together with the entire star company, Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... Malicious trespassing! ... He would be an actor ... Spiritual manifestations ... To conclude with Lannigan's ball in which the whole company will appear. A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Billy Holmes, the favorite, is engaged, and will soon appear. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}3.00 Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaTown Hall, Mauch Chunk Tuesday and Wednesday, June 9th and 10th. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy: ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaImmense success!! Crowded houses! : First night of the dramatic compa'y and first appearance in this city, for 28 years, of Mr. John Weaver! the celebrated comedian. Third appearance of Miss Anna Sinclair! Fourth appearance of Miss Kate Clare! ... This evening. ... Olympic Minstrels! ... Pompey's blunders ... The music lesson, ... To conclude with the laughable burlesque of Jenny Lind ... Admission, 15 cents Gallery, 10 cents. New and laughable farces in rehearsalTheatre and Music Hall (Wilmington, Del.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaStill triumphant! Onward they come. : Engagement, for a limited period, of Mad'lle Ariel! who will appear every night in her celebrated Grecian statues. ... Also, engagement of Billy Burr, the great original Ethiopian comedian. Also, first appearance of Billy Rose, the popular comic vocalist and Ethiopian comedian--together with the regular star company. Programme for this everning. ... Weaver's Minstrels. ... Black alderman. ... Bosom friends! ... To conclude with, by request, the side-splitting extravaganza, entitled Parker's saloon ... Admission, 15 cents An efficient police is engaged to preserve strict order. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8.Theatre and Music Hall (Wilmington, Del.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Philadelphia., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaHall's Art Union Concert Hall, : Nos. 14 and 16 S. 7th St. between Market and Chestnut. Chas. Hall, proprietor J.C. Keene, stage manager Prof. Thiodon, leader of orchestra Fun, fun, fun! Last appearance of Billy Chambers, Rose Volante, J.C. Keene, Malinda Nagle, previous to their departure for the West--also, Sam Murphy, Charley Hall, Prof. Thiodon, Prof. Yost. Come to-night! and see the great pantomime of Jeff Davis' dream written expressly for Chas. Hall--the greatest pantomime on record. Admittance, 10 cents including refreshment ticket at the bar. No boys admitted! Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock.Art Union Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee P.A. Fitzgerald, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Three new stars will make their first appearance this evening, and will continue during the week: Miss Victoria Howard, Billy Wright & Sammy Williams Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... To conclude with the exhilirating negro frace of The black shoemaker. ... Monday eve'g. Nov. 24, re-appearance Mr Tom Vance. Friday evening, Nov. 20, benefit Billy Holmes. A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00 Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaHead quarters of the Army of the Potomac Our Head-Quarters! (late "New Idea") Concert Saloon, : No. 609 Chestnut Street, (above Sixth.) Sole lessee and proprietor, Chas. St. Clair Superintendent, J.J. Fullerton Leader of orchestra, J.K. Search Stage manager, Joe Mortimer Everything new all this week. First appearance of Miss Hettie St. Clair Philadelphia's favorite danseuse. Return and successful engagement of Joe M. Mortimer! the well-known and very popular banjoist, Also, Miss Sallie Brooks the beautiful songstress. The above popular artists will appear henceforth, nightly. Second week of the old favorite, Old Bob Sheppard, the original Old Bob Ridley. Third week of the old favorite, Bob Harrison, the celebrated Ethiopian comedian. Third week of the nonpareil banjo soloist and Ethiopian comedian, Billy Spaulding, third week of the great English clog and Scotch jig dancer, James Williams Continued success of the old company: Billy Porter, the celebrated plantation delineator. Second week of Miss Annie Stattler, Philadelphia's favorite songstress. Ella Zoyara Forrest, the beautiful danseuse. George Jones, the astonishing Irish comedic singer and Ethiopian comedian. John Riley, the wild Irishman. Prof'r Anderson, musical director. ... Come and see the amusing play, called Here she goes and there she goes ... Come and be amused with the Cigar-maker in difficulty by three stars. This evening, the musical farce, entitled The Swiss cottage. Home where genius dwells Admission (including refreshments) 10 cts. Come & see. No boys admitted.Our Head-Quarters Concert Saloon (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam power Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaOdd Fellows' Hall, Allentown on Monday, June 8, 1863. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy: ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMetropolis Varieties! : 140 S. Third Street. The cry is--still they come The best free saloon in the city. Look at the stars! engaged at this establishment--the leading stars of the profession. Miss Anna Wert, the queen of song. Miss Ida Lee, the graceful danseuse. Miss Rosa Bowers, jig dancer. Andy Williams, banjoist and tamborinist. Billy Burr, Ethiopian comedian. Andy Schowers, in his great stump speech. J.K. Search, violinist and comic singer. Herr Tatzell, pianist.Metropolis Varieties (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager J. Nosher, musical director First appearance of Miss Dora Dawson, the celebrated double-voiced singer. First week of Miss Lida Levans, the celebrated jig dancer--and first week of the great comic singer, Billy Holmes. Denny Gallagher in new acts! Billy Boyd in his great imitations! Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... Miss Adelaide Miller the favorite danseuse, is engaged, and will appear on Monday, November 2. A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}3.00 Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaDavis' Opera! Sixth and Chestnut Streets, (entrance on Sixth Street.) : J.L. Davis proprietor Great success of the new company and already established favorites! Open every eve'ng with a continuous show of over four hours. Read the names and be convinced: Miss Lizzie Louise Davis, the only comedienne and danseuse in the business. Miss Clara Noble, the charming and fascinating vocalist. Miss Emma Davis, Sylphide danseuse. Fred Sharpley, eccentric Ethiopian comedian. J. Mortimer, banjoist and stump orator. J.C. Keene, interlocutor and jig dancer J. Duley, Ethiopian comedian. Mast. Charlie, the young scamp. J.L Davis, the original contraband. With an efficient orchestra, making decidedly the best company in the city. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performances will commence at quarter-past 8 Positively no boys admitted. N.B--Our liquors and cigars are warranted A No. 1Davis' Opera (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [ca. 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaTriumphant success crowns our efforts. Entertainment for the masses! Chaste, moral and refined. : Two companies--dramatic and operatic. First week of M'lle Carrie Carson, the great Spanish danseuse. First week of Harry Macon, the unrivaled banjoist. Second week of Miss Anna Sinclair, the celebrated actress and vocalist. John Weaver, in several of his popular comic characters. Programme for this evening. ... Olympic Minstrels. ... Not to be shaken, ... The black M.D. ... To conclude with the laughable farce of La chalet: or, The Swiss cottage. ... Laughable farces and burlesques are in active rehearsal, and will be produced in rapid succession. Admission. Parquet 15 cents Gallery for boys 10 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8. Officers are engaged to enforce strict order.Theatre and Music Hall (Wilmington, Del.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U. [sic] Job Print. Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall, No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. : Harry Enochs, sole lessee C. McMillan, acting and stage manager J. Nosher, musical director First appearance of Miss Adelaide Miller. First appearance of Dave Williams. The great banjo player. First appearance of Harry Harrington the favorite balladist. Programme for this evening. ... Bijou Minstrels. ... Rise and fall of stocks! ... The stranger! A tragedie. ... Great prize fight! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce, entitled Pat's blunders characters by the company. A grand matinee every Saturday at 2 o'clock for ladies and children. Admission, Parquet, 15 cents Orchestra chairs, 25 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00 Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaTemperance Hall Trenton. One night more! of Sanford and his opera troupe, : from his opera houses Philad'a and Harrisburg Great change of programme! Read the selections. This Wednesday evening, June 3d, 1863, ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy: ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaHall's Art Union Hall, : Nos. 14 and 16 S. 7th St. between Market and Chestnut. Chas. Hall, proprietor Sam. Murphy, stage manager Prof. Thiodon, leader of orchestra To-night, to-night, complimentary benefit to Sam. Murphy Look at the array of talent!! that have kindly volunteered for the occasion. Miss Annie Rush, Miss Mary Warren, Gorman Sisters, Mr Tom Brookfield, Frank Woods, Johnny Reese, Lew Frazer, Jim Flake Also, the regular star company! First appearance of Miss Annie Slattear, Miss Ida Lee, fancy danseuse. Also, first appearance of Fayette Welsh, fife and jig dancer, the wonder of the world; also Jerome Whitman, Ethiopian comedian. Sam Murphy, balladist. Charles Hall, son of Momus. Prof. Thiodon, Professor Yost Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock.Art Union Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia, [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaEntertainment and concert to be given in Franklin Hall : Sixth Street below Arch, on Saturday evening, October 31st, 1863. Fun! Fun!! Fun!!! Look at the talent: Harry Hutchins, the young comic singer and comedian. Martin Joyce, the great clog dancer. Mast. E. Sumner, the champion drummer. H. Lamar, favorite balladist. Hugh O'Neil, the great flutist. J. Miller, in his great song and dance. E. Martin, the wonderful gymnast. J. Lloyd, J. Sykes, and others. Programme for this evening. ... Shaving a substitute! ... To conclude with the negro farce of The carte de visite mania! ... Tickets, 15 cents Front seats reserved for ladies. Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock. Entertainment commences at 8 Polite ushers in attendance.Franklin Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMasonic Hall, Easton for two nights only, Friday and Saturday, June 5th and 6th, 1863. : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrels, will appear in his special acts! Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy: ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaFun! Fun!! Fun!!! : Duer & Fox's Minstrels will give a grand concert, under a pavilion, capable of holding several hundred people, at [blank] on [blank] evening, [blank] 1863 Admission, 20 cts. Children, 15 cts. The most complete traveling band in the profession, composed of a number of distinguished artists. Novelties and new attractions. Fun, music, frolic and mirth to drive care away, and cheer the drooping heart. Determination to please and amuse. Every member a prominent star! in is own line of business. The ladies are particularly invited to witness the entertainment of great nonpareil minstrel company. ... Duer & Fox's Minstrel's programme will consist of new songs, dances, acts, glees, choruses, ballads, burlesque lectures, funny sayings and doings. The evening's entertainment will conclude with the laughable afterpiece, entitled Post Office Sam or, Nigger in a tater bag. Characters by the company. Doors open at half-past 7. Concert commences at 8 Come early. N.B.--No postponement on account of weather. Front seats reserved for ladies. Music can be engaged for parties, serenades, &c., if required, by applying to the manager.Duer & Fox's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaWorrell's Metropolis Varieties! : No. 140 South Third Street. Billy Worrell sole proprietor Veni! Vidi! Vici! The coolest place of amusement in the city. Open every eve'ng with the best and most versatile company in the city. First appearance of Miss Kate Clare the champion jig dancer of the world! In her original character of Young Dinah Snow. Look at the names! Miss Annie West, the beautiful balladist. Miss Fanny Rivers, the graceful danseuse. Miss Lydia White, the celebrated jig dancer. Miss Kate Clare, as Young Dinah Snow. Miss Duprees, Billy Worrell, comic vocalist. Bill La Conta, in his original banjo solo. Frank Howard, in his essence of Ole Virginny. Pop Search, violinist and comic vocalist. Herr TatzellMetropolis Varieties (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaMetropolis Varieties! : No. 140 South Third Street. Andy Schawers proprietor Admission free Admission free. Immense success of Lida White and Frank Wood in their challenge dance. Look at the array of talent: Miss Lida White, champion jig dancer of the world. Frank Wood! original essence of Ole Virginny. Miss Ida Lee, the charming danseuse. Miss Ada Sinclair, the beautiful balladist. Pop Search, comic singer. Herr Latzell, Mast. F. Howard, in his songs and dances. J.B. Whitman, Ethiopian performer--forming the best free place of amusement in the city.Metropolis Varieties (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaScott's Hall, Lock Haven for two nights only, Monday and Tuesday evenings, June 22d and 23d : The far-famed and old established Sanford's Opera Troupe, from his opera houses, Philad'a and Harrisburg The best troupe in the world. Two companies condensed into one. Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy will appear in his special acts. Mr. Sanford will have the honor of presenting the best troupe of artists that has ever been concentrated into one body, embracing operatic talent, tragic merit, comic ability, delineations of men, manners and customs, and the special acts, as given with unbounded applause! for the past fourteen years, to the elite of the world. ... Street warblers! ... Donnybrook fair! ... A sketch, by Sanford, entitled Handy Andy, ... To conclude with the last new walk-around, by Dan Emmett, entitled High Daddy ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Front seats invariably reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaSanford and troupe, one night more with a great change. : Sanford in his great acts. The troupe in variety The quartet in new solos, glees, duets & choruses Sanford in his great delineation of Uncle Tom ... Sanford's version of Uncle Tom is a true picture of slavery! The press and the profession pronounce Sanford as the head and front of minstrelsy, and the best delineator of Ethiopian character extant! For this occasion a great bill will be given. Inquire of the character of the entertainment: the verdict: all pleased. The report: the best in the world. The evidence: the house was crowded Admission, 25 cents Children, fifteen cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. the performances to commence at 8.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaMurphy & McCourt's Art Union Concert Hall, : Nos. 14 and 16 S. 7th St. between Market and Chestnut. Murphy & McCourt, proprietors Prof. Thiodon, musical director To-night, to-night. Behold the great array of talent: engaged at this popular concert hall. Our motto:--we aim to please This is the oldest, most respectable and best conducted place of amusement in the city, and nightly more frequented than any other concert hall. The best singers! The best Ethiopian comedians and the best danseuse in the profession. Miss Annie Clare, the beautiful danseuse. Miss Ida Sinclair, the charming vocalist. Miss Mattie Clare, the original "Dinah Snow." Frank Woods. Ethiopian delineator and tamborinist, in his great act, "The essence of Ole Virginny," in which he challenges the world for his equal. Sam. Murphy, the Philadelphia favorite, in his ever pleasing ballads. M.B. Leavitt, the popular tamborine and bone soloist, also in his original act, "The happy ole man." Charley West, versatile comedian. Prof. Thiodon, stage manager Prof. Yost, pianist Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock. Admittance, 10 cents including refreshment ticket.Art Union Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1863 or 1864?]
1863PennsylvaniaThe first duty of the citizen. : Grandeur of the struggle and its responsibilities. : Southern principles..Philadelphia: : printed for gratuitous distribution., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaA savoury dish for loyal men.Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaA Picture of slavery, drawn from the decisions of southern courts.[Philadelphia : Crissy & Markley, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color to arms! To arms! Now or never.Philadelphia : U.S. Steam-power Book and Job Printing Establishment, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color of Philadelphia![Philadelphia : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaAunt Beckie and Aunt Betsy, aged coloured women.Philadelphia : : Printed by David Heston, no. 45 South Third Street., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color in consequence of indisposition, of Fred'k Douglass the meeting for promoting recruiting for 3d Regiment U.S. Colored Troops is postponed until Friday, July 24, 1863.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaUnion ticket! Protection to American industry.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1864]
1863PennsylvaniaUnion almanac for 1864.Philadelphia : King & Baird, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color, to arms! Now or never![Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaDie Pflichten der Adoptiv-Bürger in der gegenwärtigen Krise.Philadelphia : King und Baird, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe Continental songster. : A collection of new, spirited patriotic songs, for the times.Philadelphia: : A. Winch, 505 Chestnut St, [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color willing to enlist in the service of the United States for three years or the war, can present themselves at head-quarters, 1210 Chestnut St. be enrolled and get two dollars enlistment fee and ten dollars bounty.Philadelphia : U.S. Steam-power Book and Job Printing Establishment, [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaGood men wanted : {dollar}752 bounty : Under the authority of the War Department, ... Bounty for colored volunteers, {dollar}350[.] Volunteers have the choice of any of the old regiments now in the field. J. Davis Rudolph, Recruiting Agent. Headquarters--West Chester..[Pennsylvania : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaAddresses of the Hon. W.D. Kelley, Miss Anna E. Dickinson, and Mr. Frederick Douglass, : at a mass meeting, held at National Hall, Philadelphia, July 6, 1863, for the promotion of colored enlistments..[Philadelphia : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaYe Sneak yclepid Copperhead : a satirical poem.Philadelphia : W. Winch : Willis P. Hazard : F. Leypoldt, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaStartling record!! The great disunion conspiracy of Massachusetts!!! : Union men must stand by the union, stand by the president, and the army, and the best of governments, against the boasted "Hub of the Universe," the centre of disunion![Philadelphia? : s.n., 1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaDemocratic catechism of Negro equality. : July 4th, 1863.[Philadelphia : sold ... at Johnson's, no. 7 North Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.], [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaTo men of color : authority has been received to raise a reg't of men of color for 100 days. ... Col. Taggart, late Colonel 12th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves, will command, and the officers will be the graduates of the Military Board at Washington. {dollar}50 city bounty will be paid each man. Come, then, to head-quarters, 1210 Chestnut Street and enroll your names.[Philadelphia] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Printing Establishment, S.W. corner of Third and Chestnut Streets, Philada., [1863?]
1863PennsylvaniaWoodward in 1860 & 1863.[Philadelphia : Crissy & Markley, 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe loyalists' ammunition..Philadelphia: : Printed [by Henry B. Ashmead] for gratuitous distribution., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaCome one! Come all! to the Washington Hall : corner of Eighth and Spring Garden Sts., to the grand complimentary concert! to be given to Chas. Eckstein and John M'Clure on Thursday evening, March 26, 1863 The following named ladies and gentlemen have kindly volunteered their valuable services on this occasion: Messrs. Long, Wambold & Derious of the circus, by the kind permission of Mr. Frank Whittaker. Ben Yeager, the champion jig dancer, Chas. Hamilton, balladist, John McFarland, comic singer, Jos. McDonough, comic singer, Mast. H. Hilfrem, banjoist, Miss Monroe, excelsior jig dancer, M'le Carrie Walters, prima donna from New York, and also the world-renowned Rose & Burr's Opera Troupe! consisting of the following named artists: N.B. Wright, leader, C.W. Hilfrem, 1st violinist, R.F. Simpson, 2d violinist, W.G. Hilfrem, banjoist, P.G. Selby, basso, J. Fisk, popular flutist, Billy Rose, Brudder Bones, Billy Burr, tamborinist, C.H. Hamilton. ...[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color! To arms! To arms! Now or never.Philad[elphi]a. : U.S. Steam-power Job Printing Establishment, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaThe Olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them? : 1st. Apply to the British minister to bring about foreign interference? ... 2d. Hold out the olive branch, confess our error in having resented the bombardment for Fort Sumter, propose peace and union, and with becoming dignity await the answer which the South cannot fail to give to its faithful ally, the Democratic Party? ... 3d. Let our "wayward sisters" go, and give up all hope of the Republic to secure intercourse on the basis of mutual good will and respect? ... 4th. Submit to the Rebels, let them close the Mississippi River, blockade the Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay, divide the United States east and west by the Ohio River, pursue their run-away slaves through the remaining states with force and arms, and finally, let us beg them to permit us to remain in our homes as long as it seems good to them. ... Democrats, is this the kind of peace and union, or disunion, for which we beg the European interference in American affairs through the British ministers?[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaGrand complimentary benefit to Jos. Lindsay and Corp. R.L. Sanford : Joseph Lindsay was formerly a member of Baxter's Fire Zouaves, 72d Regiment, P.V., and was severely wounded at the Battle of Savage Station. Corp. R.L. Sanford was formerly a member of the 118th Regiment, Corn Exchange, and was deprived of his leg at the Battle of Antietam. These gentlemen respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends and public in general. Great array of talent for this occasion. Read the programme. ... Woman's rights! ... Stump speech! ... Burlesque stranger! ... Comic act! ... The Gobble family! ... To conclude with The masquerade ball! ... Admission, 25 cents Children, 10 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performances to commence at 8. Front seats reserved for ladies.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1863]
1863PennsylvaniaThe loyalist's ammunition..Philadelphia: : Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street., 1863..
1863PennsylvaniaMaryland Institute. A few nights only : Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels the star troupe of the world! In their great Ethiopian soirees ... Monday evening, May 25th, 1863 ...[Philadelphia] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1863]
1863PennsylvaniaAn Address to Christians throughout the world,Philadelphia: : [s.n.], 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color! To arms! To arms! Now or never.Philad[elphi]a. : U.S. Steam-power Job Printing Establishment, [1863].
1863PennsylvaniaThe voice of the clergy : among the extraordinary incidents of the times is the fact that the Democratic State Central Committee has circulated through Pennsylvania, as a campaign document the letter of Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont, in which it is maintained that slavery, in the language of Judge Woodward, is an incalcuable blessing ...Philadelphia : s.n., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe African slave trade : The secret purpose of the insurgents to revive it. No treaty stipulations against the slave trade to be extended into with the European powers : Judah P. Benjamin's intercepted instructions to L.Q. Lamar, styled commissioner, etc.Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son & Co., printers, 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaThe voice of the clergy : among the extraordinary incidents of the times is the fact that the Democratic State Central Committee has circulated through Pennsylvania, as a campaign document, the letter of Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont, in which it is maintained that slavery, in the language of Judge Woodward, is an incalculable blessing ...Philadelphia : s.n., 1863.
1863PennsylvaniaMen of color! To arms! To arms! Now or never.Philadelphia : U.S. Steam-power Job Printing Establishment, [1863]
1863Rhode IslandWhere will it end? : A view of slavery in the United States in its aggressions and resultsQuincy, Edmund, 1808-1877.Providence [R.I.] : Knowles, Anthony & Co., printers, 1863.
1863Rhode IslandOur country, and its claims upon us. : An oration delivered before the municipal authorities and citizens of Providence, July 4, 1863.Adams, John G. (John Greenleaf), 1810-1887.Providence: : Knowles, Anthony & Co., city printers., 1863.
1863Rhode IslandThe barbarities of the rebels : as shown in their cruelty to the federal wounded and prisoners; in their outrages upon Union men; in the murder of Negroes, and in their unmanly conduct throughout the rebellionBartlett, John Russell, 1805-1886.Providence, R.I. : Printed for the author, 1863.
1863ScotlandJournal of the discovery of the source of the NileSpeke, John Hanning, 1827-1864.Edinburgh : William Blackwood and Sons, 1863.
1863South CarolinaGeneral orders from Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office, Confederate States Army, in 1862;Confederate States of America. War Dept.Charleston: : Evans & Cogswell, no. 3 Broad Street., 1863.
1863South CarolinaSlavery, and the duties growing out of the relation..Lyon, James A. (James Adair), 1814-1882.[Columbia, S.C. : s.n., 1863]
1863SwedenLithografiska skizzer från fregatten Norrköpings expedition till Amerika och Westindien 1861-1862Govenius, Lars Johan, b. 1828.[Stockholm : Typografiska Föreningens boktryckeri, 1863]
1863Undefined place of publicationOpinions of a man who wishes to be governor of Pennsylvania.Woodward, George W. (George Washington), 1809-1875.[S.l. : s.n., 1864?{rcub}
1863Undefined place of publicationExtract from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens, vice-president of the Confederate States : delivered in the secession convention of Georgia, January, 1861.Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883.[S.l. : s.n., 1863?]
1863Undefined place of publication[Petition] Women's. ... The undersigned, women ... earnestly pray that your honorable body will pass ... an act emancipating all persons of African descent held to involuntary service or labor in the United States.Anthony, S.B. & E.C. Stanton.[S.l.: s.n., 1863]
1863Undefined place of publicationAddress of Brig.-Gen. E.W. Gantt, C.S.A. : first published October 7, 1863, at Little Rock, Arkansas..Gantt, E. W. (Edward W.)[S.l. : s.n., 1863?]
1863Undefined place of publicationThe Bible view of slavery reconsidered : a letter to the Right Rev. Bishop Hopkins.Biblicus.[S.l. : s.n., 1863?]
1863Undefined place of publicationRemarks on Bishop Hopkins' letter on the Bible view of slavery.[S.l. : s.n., 1863?]
1863Undefined place of publicationThe Great mass meeting of loyal citizens, at Cooper Institute, Friday evening, March 6, 1863..[S.l. : s.n., 1863?]
1863United StatesWhat became of the slaves on a Georgia plantation? : great auction sale of slaves, at Savannah, Georgia, March 2d & 3d, 1859 : a sequel to Mrs. Kemble's journal.Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875.[United States : s.n.], 1863.
1863United StatesTestimony of the dead and the living.Old line Whig.[United States : s.n., 1863?]
1863United StatesLoyalty. : What is it? To whom or what due?.[U.S. : s.n., 1863?]
1863United StatesSongs for the times.[U.S. : s.n., 1863?]
1863United StatesDemocratic opinions on slavery! 1776-1863.[United States : s.n., 1863?]
1863VirginiaAnnual report of the Board of Directors of the Penitentiary Institution : year ending September 30, 1862.Virginia Penitentiary.[Richmond : s.n., 1863]
1863VirginiaPresident's message.Confederate States of America. President[Richmond : s.n., 1863].
1863VirginiaMessage of the Governor of Virginia, and accompanying documents.Virginia. Governor (1860-1864 : Letcher)Richmond : William F. Ritchie, 1863.
1863VirginiaThe southern church justified in its support of the South in the present war : a lecture, delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association, of Richmond, on the 21st May, 1863Tucker, John Randolph, 1823-1897.Richmond : Wm. H. Clemmitt, 1863.
1863VirginiaThe statutes at large of the Confederate States of America, : passed at the third session of the first congress; 1863. : Carefully collated with the originals at Richmond.Confederate States of America.Richmond: : R.M. Smith, printer to Congress., 1863.
1863VirginiaThe second year of the warPollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.Richmond, [Va.] : West & Johnston, 1863 [Chas. H. Wynne, Printer]
1863VirginiaMessages of the Governor of Virginia : published in pursuance of a resolution of the House of Delegates, adopted March 30, 1863.Virginia. Governor (1860-1864 : Letcher)[Richmond, Va. : s.n.], 1863.
1863VirginiaCommunication relative to reprieves, pardons, etc.Virginia. Governor (1860-1864 : Letcher)[Richmond, Va. : s.n.], 1863.
1863VirginiaActs of the General Assembly of the state of Virginia : passed at adjourned session, 1863, in the eighty-seventh year of the commonwealth.Virginia.Richmond : William F. Ritchie, public printer, 1863.
1863VirginiaGovernor's communication transmitting sundry documents relative to freedom to slaves, January 1863.Virginia. Governor (1860-1864 : Letcher)[Richmond, Va. : s.n.], 1863.
1863VirginiaActs of the General assembly of the state of Virginia : passed at called session, 1863, in the eighty-eighth year of the commonwealth.Virginia.Richmond : W.F. Ritchie, public printer, 1863.
1863VirginiaReport relative to detail of drafted slaves.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Committee for Courts of Justice[Richmond, Va. : s.n.], 1863.
1863VirginiaReport relative to the treatment of negro slaves on the fortifications around Richmond.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Special Committee.[Richmond, Va. : s.n.], 1863.
1863VirginiaThe royal ape : a dramatic poem.Smith, William Russell, 1815-1896.Richmond : West & Johnston, 1863.
1864ConnecticutLife of James Mars, a slave born and sold in Connecticut.Mars, James, b. 1790.Hartford: : Press of Case, Lockwood & Company., 1864..
1864ConnecticutThe American conflict: : a history of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-'64: its causes, incidents, and results: intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases, with the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to the close of the war for the Union.Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872.Hartford: : published by O.D. Case & Company. ; Chicago: : Geo. & C.W. Sherwood., 1864. [- 1866]
1864ConnecticutThe patriot's song of victory : A Thanksgiving discourse, for recent military successes, delivered in the Third Congregational Church, New Haven, September 11, and repeated, by request, in the same place, September 18, 1864Cleaveland, Elisha Lord, 1806-1866.New Haven : Thomas H. Pease, 323 Chapel Street : J.H. Benham, printer, [1864].
1864ConnecticutLeaves of the year 1863.[New Haven, Conn. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaThe perpetuity of the union : speech of Hon. J.K. Moorhead, of PA., delivered in the House of Representatives, March 26, 1864.Moorhead, J. K. (James Kennedy), 1806-1884.Washington : McGill & Witherow, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaThe political history of the United States of America during the Great Rebellion, from November 6, 1860, to July 4, 1864 : including a classified summary of the legislation of the second session of the thirty-sixthcongress, the three sessions of the thirty-seventh congress, the first session of the thirty-eighth congress, with the votes thereon, and the important executive, judicial, and politico-military facts of that eventful period; together with the organization, legislation, and general proceedings of the rebel administrationMcPherson, Edward, 1830-1895.Washington D.C. : Philp & Solomons, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaTo the Honorable Reverdy Johnson.Evans, Estwick, 1787-1866.Washington City [D.C.] : [s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois, on amending the Constitution to prohibit slavery : delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 28, 1864.Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-1896.Washington : Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congressional Committee, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaA traitor's peace : that the Northern Copperhead leaders would force upon the country. The rebel terms of peace!!Republican Congressional Committee.Washington D.C. : Printed for Congressional Union Committee ; McGill & Witherow, Printers, [1864?]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, on the reconstruction of the Union. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 2, 1864.Donnelly, Ignatius, 1831-1901.[Washington] : W.H. Moore, printer, [1864].
1864District of ColumbiaReport of the judge advocate general on the "Order of American Knights," or "Sons of Liberty." : A western conspiracy in aid of the southern rebellion..United States. Army. Office of the Judge Advocate GeneralWashington: : Government Printing Office., 1864..
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech by Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, on emancipation as a compensation for military service rendered by slaves : delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 2, 1864.Sherman, John, 1823-1900.Washington, D. C. : McGill & Witherow, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, on the president's message : in the House of Representatives, December, 1864.Brooks, James, 1810-1873.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1864?]
1864District of ColumbiaRules and regulations concerning commercial intercourse with and in states and parts of states declared in insurrection : the collection, receipt, and disposition of captured, abandoned, and confiscable property, and the employment and general welfare of freedmenUnited States. Dept. of the Treasury. Office of the SecretaryWashington : s.n., 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaIn the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1864 : ... Mr. Sumner submitted the following report ... the select committee on Slavery and the treatment of Freedmen, to whom were referred sundry petitions asking for the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 ... ask leave to make the following report.United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Slavery and Freedmen.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaReports of the Committee on the Conduct of the War : Fort Pillow Massacre : returned prisoners.United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Conduct of the War.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaThe death of slavery is the life of the nation : speech of Hon. Henry Wilson (of Massachusetts), in the Senate March 28, 1864, on the proposed amendment to the Constitution prohibiting slavery within the United States.Wilson, Henry, 1812-1875.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaUniversal emancipation without compensation : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the proposed amendment of the Constitution abolishing slavery through the United States, in the Senate of the United States, April 8, 1864.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaRemarks of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in support of the bill equalizing the pay, rations, clothing, and arming of our soldiers. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 30, 1864..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers, cor. Louisiana Avenue and Sixth Street, Washington., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaDas Amendement zur Constitution. : Rede des Achtb. James Harlan, von Iowa. Gehalten im Senate der Ver. Staaten, am 6 April 1864..Harlan, James, 1820-1899.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congressional Committee., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Henry Champion Deming, of Connecticut. On the President's plan for state renovation. : delivered in the House of Representative [sic], February 27th, 1864.Deming, Henry Champion, 1815-1872.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congressional Committee, [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaHave faith in God and the people. : Speech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania. Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 15, 1864..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Washington, D.C.] : Lemuel Towers, printer, corner Sixth Street and Louisiana Avenue, Washington., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. H. Winter Davis, of Maryland, on the bill to guarantee republican governments in certain states. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, March 22, 1864.Davis, Henry Winter, 1817-1865.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers & Co., cor. Louisiana Avenue and Sixth street, Washington City., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaReport of the judge advocate general on "The Order of American Knights," alias "The Sons of Liberty." : A western conspiracy in aid of the southern rebellion..United States. Army. Office of the Judge Advocate GeneralWashington, D.C. : Chronicle Print., 1864..
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, of Pa., on freedmen's affairs. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 23, 1864..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Henry Champion Deming, of Connecticut, on the president's plan for state renovation, delivered February 27th, 1864.Deming, Henry Champion, 1815-1872.Washington, D.C. : Gibson Brothers, printers., 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaVindication of the policy of the administration. : Speech of Hon. J.H. Lane, of Kansas, in the Senate of the United States, February 16, 1864, on the special order, being Senate bill no. 45, to set apart a portion of the state of Texas for the use of persons of African descent..Lane, James Henry, 1814-1866.Washington, D.C. : Gibson brothers, printers., 1864..
1864District of ColumbiaThe power, duty, and necessity of destroying slavery in the rebel states : Speech of Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, of Illinois. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 6, 1864.Arnold, Isaac Newton, 1815-1884.[Washington, D.C.] : L. Towers & Co., Printers, [1864].
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. M. Russell Thayer, of Pensylvania [sic], in the House of Representatives of the United States, April 30, 1864 : on the bill to guarantee to certain states whose governments have been overthrown, a Republican form of government.Thayer, M. Russell (Martin Russell), 1819-1906.Washington, D.C. : McGill & Witherow, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Thomas D. Eliot, of Massachusetts, : delivered in the House of Representatives Feb. 10, 1864, on the bill for the establishment of a Bureau of Freedmen's Affairs..Eliot, Thomas D. (Thomas Dawes), 1808-1870.[Washington, D.C.] : H. Polkinhorn, printer, 375 and 377 D. Sireet [sic], near Seventh, Washington, D.C., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaMiscegenation or amalgamation : fate of the freedmanCox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889.Washington, D.C. : Printed at the office of "The Constitutional union," 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaThe Constitution upheld and maintained. : Speech of Hon. Jas. Harlan, of the United States Senate..Harlan, James, 1820-1899.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congressional Committee., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. T. Williams, of Pennsylvania, on the restoration of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives, April 28, 1864.Williams, Thomas, 1806-1872.[Washington, D.C. : W.H. Moore, 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaImmediate abolition of slavery by act of Congress : Speech of Hon. B. Gratz Brown, of Missouri delivered in the U.S. Senate, March 8, 1864.Brown, B. Gratz (Benjamin Gratz), 1826-1885.Washington : H. Polkinhorn, printer, 375 and 377 D Street, near Seventh, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland, in support of the resolution to amend the constitution so as to abolish slavery. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 5, 1864..Johnson, Reverdy, 1796-1876.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaShall the republic be divided? : speech of Hon. Glenni W. Scofield of Pennsylvania.Scofield, Glenni W. (Glenni William), 1817-1891.Washington, D.C. : Printed by W. H. Moore, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. George S. Boutwell, of Massachusetts : upon the "bill to guarantee to certain states whose governments have been usurped or overthrown, a republican form of government," delivered in the House of Representatives, May 4, 1864.Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905.[Washington : Gibson Brothers, printers, 271 Penna. Ave., bet. 10th and 11th Sts., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaThe rebels and not the Republican Party destroyed slavery. : Speech of Hon. J.R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 9, 1864..Doolittle, James R. (James Rood), 1815-1897.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congressional Committee., [1864]
1864District of ColumbiaReturned prisoners : May 9, 1864.--Laid on the table and ordered to be printed.United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaIn the Senate of the United States. May 5, 1864 ... : report.United States. Congress. Senate. Joint Committee on the Conduct and Expenditures of the War.[Washington : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaForty-seventh annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the board of directors: January 19, 1864.American Colonization Society.Washington : Colonization Society Building, 1864 [William H. Moore, printer].
1864District of ColumbiaAdditional regulations concerning commercial intercourse with and in states declared in insurrection : January 26, 1864.United States. Dept. of the Treasury. Office of the Secretary[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaFort Pillow massacre : May 6, 1864.United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1864]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John L. Dawson, of Pennsylvania, on the state of the Union. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1864.Dawson, John L. (John Littleton), 1813-1870.Washington: : L. Towers & Co., printers., 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaState sovereignty and treason : Speech of Hon. John D. Baldwin, of Massachusetts, delivered in the House of Representatives, Washington, March 5, 1864, in House being in Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union.Baldwin, John D. (John Denison), 1809-1883.[Washington, D.C. : H. Polkinhorn, printer], [1864].
1864District of ColumbiaLea's Variety Troupe Third Corps, Brandy Station. : Programme for to-night. ... Drop dat pocket book ... Lay low for Fergy ... To conclude with The ticket-of-leave man! ... Concluding with a plantation jubilee and festival, entitled We'll all join the Union.Lea's Variety Troupe.[Washington, D.C.] : Chronicle Print, 456 Ninth Street, Washington, D.C., [1864?]
1864District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. H. Winter Davis, of Maryland, on the president's colonization and compensation scheme. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 25, 1864..Davis, Henry Winter, 1817-1865.[Washington, D.C. : L. Towers & Co., 1864?]
1864District of ColumbiaAddresses on the death of Hon. Owen Lovejoy : delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, on Monday, March 28, 1864.Washington : Government Printing Office, 1864.
1864District of ColumbiaGeorge H. Pendleton, the Copperhead candidate for vice-president. : His hostility to the American republic illustrated by his record as a representative in the Congress of the United States from the state of Ohio..Washington, D.C.: : Published by the Union Congressional Committee., 1864..
1864EnglandMemoirs of Joseph SturgeRichard, Henry, 1812-1888.London : S. W. Partridge, 1864.
1864EnglandThe martyrdom of John Brown : The proceedings of a public meeting held in London on the 2nd December, 1863, to commemorate the fourth anniversary of John Brown's death.Emancipation Society (London, England)London : published by the Emancipation Society, 1864 [J. Kenny, steam printer].
1864EnglandForty years of American lifeNichols, Thomas Low, 1815-1901.London : John Maxwell and Company, 1864.
1864EnglandExtracts from recent correspondence in relation to fugitives from slavery in America..London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). Meeting for Sufferings. Committee of the Coloured Refugee Fund.London: : E. Newman, printer, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate., 1864..
1864EnglandEssays on fictionSenior, Nassau William, 1790-1864.London : Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1864.
1864EnglandThe plurality of the human racePouchet, G. (Georges), 1833-1894.London : Published for the Anthropological society, by Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1864.
1864EnglandAddress of the Union and Emancipation Society, Manchester, to His Excellency Abraham Lincoln, : on his re-election to the presidency, November 8th, 1864, Sir,--We hasten to congratulate you on the welcome intelligence that you have again been elected to the high dignity of President of the United States ... Adopted by the executive of the Union and Emancipation Society, Manchester, November 28th, 1864.Union and Emancipation Society (Manchester, England)[Manchester, England : s.n., 1864]
1864EnglandTestimonies concerning slavery.Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.London: : Chapman and Hall, 193 Piccadilly. : Levey and Co., printers, Great New Street, Fetter Lane, E.C., 1864.
1864EnglandRecollections of William Wilberforce, Esq. : M.P. for the county of York during nearly thirty years. With brief notices of some of his personal friends and contemporaries.Harford, John S. (John Scandrett), 1785-1866.London: : Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green., 1864..
1864EnglandEngland, the United States, and the Southern ConfederacySargent, F. W. (Fitzwilliam), 1820-1889.London : Hamilton, Adams, and Co., 1864.
1864EnglandExplorations in South-west Africa : Being an account of a journey in the years 1861 and 1862 from Walvisch Bay, on the western coast, to Lake Ngami and the Victoria FallsBaines, Thomas, 1820-1875.London : Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1864 [printed by Spottiswoode and Co.].
1864EnglandReynard the fox in South Africa : or, Hottentot fables and talesBleek, W. H. I. (Wilhelm Heinrich Immanuel), 1827-1875.London : Trübner and Co., 60, Paternoster Row : William Stevens, printer, 37, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, 1864.
1864EnglandA walk across Africa : or Domestic scenes from my Nile journalGrant, James Augustus, 1827-1892.[Edinburgh ; London] : William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh and London, MDCCCLXIV [1864]
1864EnglandAmerican slavery; : a sketch.Whitby, William.London: : Richd. Davies, Sutton-Street, Commercial Road, East., 1864..
1864EnglandA mission to Gelele, king of Dahome : With notices of the so called "Amazons," the grand customs, the yearly customs, the human sacrifices, the present state of the slave trade, and the Negro's place in natureBurton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890.London : Tinsley Brothers, 18, Catherine Street, Strand : Bradbury and Evans, printers, Whitefriars, 1864.
1864EnglandLectures on man : his place in creation, and in the history of the earthVogt, Karl Christoph, 1817-1895.London : Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1864.
1864EnglandThe Nile basin : Part I. Showing Tanganyika to be Ptolemy's western lake reservoir : A memoir read before the Royal Geographical Society, November 14, 1864 : With prefatory remarksBurton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890.London : Tinsley Brothers, 18, Catherine St., Strand : Bradbury and Evans, printers, Whitefriars, 1864.
1864EnglandAmerican slavery : finances, and repudiationWalker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869.London : William Ridgway, 1864.
1864EnglandAmerican rebellion : Report of the speeches of the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, delivered at public meetings in Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, and London; and at the farewell breakfasts in London, Manchester, and Liverpool.Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.[Manchester] : Union and Emancipation Society, Manchester ; London : Sampson Low & Son ; Edinburgh : Thomas Nelson [and four others in four more places], 1864 [Manchester : Alex. Ireland and Co., Printers]
1864EnglandAmerica, the origin of her present conflict : her prospect for the slave, and her claim for anti-slavery sympathy : Illustrated by incidents of travel, during a tour in the summer of 1863, throughout the United States, from the eastern boundaries of Maine to the MississippiMassie, J. W. (James William), 1799-1869.London : John Snow, 1864.
1864EnglandReply to Mr. Lindsay's speech at Sunderland, August, 1864, on the American question,Goddard, Samuel Aspinwall, 1796-1886.Birmingham [Eng.]: : E.C. Osborne, printer, 29, Bennett's Hill., [1864]
1864EnglandThe history of the Christian missions of the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries : containing accounts of the propagation of Christianity by the various missionary societies ... : To which is added, a list of the translations of the Holy Scriptures into the languages of heathen and Mohammedan nationsBrown, William, M.D.London : Thomas Baker, 20 Goswell Road, over against Charterhouse, 1864.
1864EnglandMexico ancient and modernChevalier, Michel, 1806-1879.London : John Maxwell and Company 122, Fleet Street : Savill and Edwards, printers, Chandos Street, 1864.
1864EnglandOn the phenomena of hybridity in the genus homoBroca, Paul, 1824-1880.London : Published for the Anthropological Society, by Longman, Green, Longman, & Roberts, Paternoster Row : T. Richards, 37, Great Queen Street, 1864.
1864EnglandThe heroine of the confederacy : or, truth and justiceO'Connor, Florence J.London : Harrison and Sons, [1864?]
1864EnglandMusical and personal recollections during half a century.Phillips, Henry, 1801-1876.London : C.J. Skeet, 1864.
1864EnglandReport of the proceedings at a conversazione : held in the Manchester Athenæum, on Monday evening, February 1, 1864, to receive the report of the Rev. Dr. Massie, respecting his anti-slavery mission to the American clergy and churches : Thomas Bayley Potter, Esq., president of the society, in the chair.Union and Emancipation Society (Manchester, England)Manchester : Alexander Ireland and Co., printers, Pall Mall Court, 1864.
1864EnglandThe anti-Southern lecturer.[Manchester? : s.n., 1864].
1864EnglandDan to Beersheba, or, Northern and southern friends.London : Chapman and Hall, 1864.
1864EnglandJudgment delivered by the Bishop of Capetown, on the 16th December, 1863. : In the case of the Righ Rev. J.W. Colenso, D.D. (Bishop of Natal.).London: : Bell & Daldy, 186, Fleet Street, : Printed by R. Clay, Son, and Taylor, Bread Street Hill, 1864.
1864FranceLes États Confédérés et l'esclavageSargent, F. W. (Fitzwilliam), 1820-1889.Paris : L. Hachette, 1864.
1864FranceLe mulatreLabourieu, Théodore, b. 1824.[Paris] : Charlieu et Huillery, éditeurs 10, rue Git-le-Coeur, 10 Paris., 1864.
1864FranceLa politique française en Amérique 1861-1864Moreau, Henry, b. 1826.Paris : E. Dentu, 1864.
1864GermanyZoe's 'brand.'Houstoun, Mrs. (Matilda Charlotte), 1815?-1892.Leipzig : Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1864..
1864IllinoisCitizenship, sovereigntyWright, John S. (John Stephen), 1815-1874.Chicago : s.n., 1863.
1864IllinoisThe war its causes and consequences.Farrar, C. C. S.[Cairo, Ills.] : Blelock & Co.: Cairo, Ills.; Memphis, Tenn.; Paducah, Ky., 1864..
1864IllinoisTramp! Tramp! Tramp!, or, The prisoner's hope. : Song and chorus.Root, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1895. cmp[Chicago] : Published by Root & Cady, 67 Washington St. Chicago., c1864.
1864IllinoisThree months in Great Britain : a lecture on the present attitude of England towards the United States, as determined by personal observationSturtevant, Julian M. (Julian Monson), 1805-1886.Chicago : John A. Norton, 1864.
1864IndianaReport of the board of managers of the Indiana Freedmen's Aid Commission to the first annual meeting, : held at Indianapolis, Sept. 7th, 1864..Indiana Freedmen's Aid Commission.Indianapolis: : Ellis Barnes, book and job printer, no. 8 Pearl Street., 1864..
1864IndianaThe Nasby papers. : Letters and sermons containing the views on the topics of the day, of Petroleum V. Nasby ...Locke, David Ross, 1833-1888.Indianapolis, Ind.: : C.O. Perrine & Co., publishers., 1864..
1864LouisianaReport on the condition of the freedmen, of the Department of the Gulf : to Major General N.P. Banks, CommandingConway, Thomas W.New Orleans : H.P. Lathrop, Printer, 1864.
1864LouisianaDebates in the Convention for the revision and amendment of the Constitution of the state of Louisiana. : Assembled at Liberty Hall, New Orleans, April 6, 1864.Louisiana. Constitutional Convention (1864)New Orleans: : W.R. Fish, printer to the Convention., 1864..
1864MarylandSlavery: its sin, moral effects, and certain death. : Also, The language of nature, compared with divine revelation, in prose and verse.Keefer, Justus.Baltimore [Md.]: : J. Keefer, publisher, No. 109 N. Broadway., [1864?]
1864MarylandHail Columbia, the flag, and Yankee doodle dandySaffell, William Thomas Roberts, 1820-1891.Baltimore : T. N. Kurtz, 1864.
1864MarylandA defence of the Methodist Episcopal Church : addressed to her self-constituted judges and accusersPreacher of the Snow Hill district, Philadelphia Conference.Princess Anne, Maryland : [s.n.], 1864.
1864MarylandSpeech of Hon. Daniel Clarke, of Prince George's County : delivered in the Constitutional Convention of Maryland, June 22d, 1864 : In opposition to the 23d article of the Declaration of rights, emancipating the slaves, and abolishing slavery in Maryland.Clarke, Daniel, of Prince George's CountyBaltimore : Printed by Sherwood & Co., 1864.
1864MarylandSpeech of the Hon. Montgomery Blair, on the causes of the rebellion : and in support of the president's plan of pacification, delivered before the legislature of Maryland, at Annapolis, on the 22d of January, 1864.Blair, Montgomery, 1813-1883.Baltimore : printed by Sherwood & Co., 1864.
1864MarylandFreedom, jubilee: liberty..[Baltimore?] : Warner, printer, corner of Gay and Pratt Streets., [1864]
1864MassachusettsNon-extension of slavery the policy of "the fathers of the Republic." : --Slavery allowed, though disapproved, in the old states, but absolutely prohibited in the territories and new states.--Effect of this policy, and its bearing upon the modern doctrine of state rights and state equality, stated and considered. : Speech of Hon. J.Z. Goodrich, of Mass. delivered in the Peace Convention in Washington, February, 1861..Goodrich, John Z. (John Zacheus), 1804-1885.Boston: : J.E. Farwell and Company, printers, 37 Congress Street., 1864..
1864MassachusettsAddress by Hon. Edward Everett, delivered in Faneuil Hall, October 19, 1864. : The duty of supporting the government in the present crisis of affairs..Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.[Boston : New England Loyal Publication Society. Office, No. 8 Studio Building, Boston.], [1864].
1864MassachusettsAccount of the fund for the relief of East Tennessee; : with a complete list of the contributors.Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.Boston: : Little, Brown and Company., 1864.
1864MassachusettsThe future supply of cotton. : Reprinted from the North American review, no. CCIII., for April, 1864..Atkinson, Edward, 1827-1905.Boston: : Crosby and Nichols, 117 Washington Street., 1864..
1864MassachusettsThe whip, hoe, and sword; or, The Gulf-Department in '63.Hepworth, George H. (George Hughes), 1833-1902.Boston: : Walker, Wise, and Company, 245, Washington Street., 1864..
1864MassachusettsPoemsLongfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.Boston [Mass.]: : Ticknor and Fields., M DCCC LXIV [1864]
1864MassachusettsIn war time : and other poemsWhittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1864.
1864MassachusettsJohn Freeman and his familyBrown, H. E. (Helen E.)[Boston] : Published by the American Tract Society, 28 Cornhill, Boston : Geo. C. Rand & Avery, stereotypers and printers, Boston, c1864.
1864MassachusettsPoems. Vol. 1 only.Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1864.
1864MassachusettsCudjo's caveTrowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.Boston : J.E. Tilton and Company, 1864, c1863.
1864MassachusettsContraband ChristmasRoot, N. W. Taylor (Nathaniel William Taylor), 1829-1872.Boston : E.P. Dutton and Company, 1864, c1863. (Riverside, Cambridge : Stereotyped and printed by H.O. Houghton)
1864MassachusettsPoems. 2 Vol.Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1864.
1864MassachusettsSecond annual report of the New England Freedmen's Aid Society, (Educational Commission) : presented to the Society, April 21, 1864.New England Freedmen's Aid Society.Boston: : Published at the office of the Society, 1864.
1864MassachusettsHonor; or, The slave-dealer's daughter.Bulfinch, S. G. (Stephen Greenleaf), 1809-1870.Boston: : William V. Spencer, 134 Washington Street. : Electrotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry, no. 4 Spring Lane., 1864..
1864MassachusettsThe young yägers : or, a narrative of hunting adventures in Southern AfricaReid, Mayne, 1818-1883.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1864.
1864MassachusettsThe curse : or, the position in the world's history occupied by the race of HamTarbox, Increase N. (Increase Niles), 1815-1888.Boston : American Tract Society, 1864.
1864MassachusettsHistory of the antislavery measures of the Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth United States Congresses, 1861-64Wilson, Henry, 1812-1875.Boston : Walker, Wise, and Company, 1864.
1864MassachusettsThe moral significance of the contrasts between slavery and freedom: : a discourse preached in the First Church, Dorchester, May 10, 1864.Hall, Nathaniel, 1805-1875.Boston: : Walker, Wise, and Company, 245, Washington Street; : Ebenezer Clapp, 308, Washington Street., 1864..
1864MassachusettsClotelle : a tale of the southern statesBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884.Boston : James Redpath, publisher. 221 Washington Street ; New York : H. Dexter, Hamilton & Co. ; Boston : press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, [1864].
1864MassachusettsSecession and slavery : or, The effect of secession on the relation of the United States to the seceded states and to slavery therein; considered as a question of constitutional law ... embracing also a review of the president's plan of reconstructionBishop, Joel Prentiss, 1814-1901.Boston : A. Williams & Co., 1864 [Cambridge : Allen and Farnham, stereotypers and printers].
1864MassachusettsDeath and life.Ware, Mary G. (Mary Greene), b. 1818.Boston: : Wm. Carter and Brother, 21, Bromfield Street., 1864.
1864MassachusettsHistorical sketch of the Zulu mission, in South Africa,Ireland, William, 1821-1888.[Boston] : Published by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 33 Pemberton Square, Boston., [1864?]
1864MassachusettsAbstract of the annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, for 1864.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston? : s.n.], [1864].
1864MassachusettsWho is on the Lord's side? : or, does the Bible sanction slavery? : being an examination into the Egyptian, Mosaic, and American systems of service and laborPease, Giles.Boston : Henry Hoyt, 1864.
1864MassachusettsLife with the Forty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteers.Johns, Henry T., b. 1827 or 8.Pittsfield, Mass.: : Published for the author., 1864..
1864MassachusettsA sermon delivered before the executive and legislative departments of the government of Massachusetts at the annual election, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1864.Stearns, William A. (William Augustus), 1805-1876.Boston: : Wright & Potter, state printers, no. 4 Spring Lane., 1864.
1864MassachusettsThe genius and posture of America : An oration delivered before the citizens of Boston, July 4, 1857Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905.Boston : J.E. Farwell and Company, Printers to the City, 1864.
1864MassachusettsLetters of Phillis Wheatley, : the Negro-slave poet of Boston.Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.Boston: : Privately printed., 1864.
1864MassachusettsSlavery and the rebellion, one and inseparable : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the New York Young Men's Republican Union, at Cooper Institute, New York, on the afternoon of November 5, 1864.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1864.
1864MassachusettsA letter to a Whig member of the Southern Independence AssociationSmith, Goldwin, 1823-1910.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1864.
1864MassachusettsStartling revelations from the Department of South Carolina, and expose of the so called National Freedmen's Relief Association.Knox, Thomas P.Boston: : William M. Kendall, printer, no. 32 Congress Street., 1864..
1864MassachusettsExtinction of villenage and slavery in England : with Somerset's case : a paper read before the Massachusetts Historial SocietyWashburn, Emory, 1800-1877.Boston : John Wilson & Son, 1864.
1864MassachusettsWaifwood : a novelStimson, A. L. (Alexander Lovett), 1816-1906.Boston : Wm. V. Spencer, 1864.
1864MassachusettsPoemsLongfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.Boston [Mass.]: : Ticknor and Fields, M DCCC LXIV [1864]
1864MissouriThe Western Sanitary Commission : a sketch of its origin, history, labors for the sick and wounded of the western armies, and aid given to freedmen and Union refugees, with incidents of hospital life.Forman, J. G. (Jacob Gilbert), 1820-1885.St. Louis : Published for the Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair, R.P. Studley & Co., 1864.
1864MissouriFreedmen's and Union Refugees' Department of the Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair. Circular. : Saint Louis, Mo., March 17th, 1864. The war for the Union has shaken the prison of slavery to its foundations, and is to demolish it utterly. Many millions of slaves are liberated. The nation has accepted the able-bodied men among them as soldiers, and they are surpassing all expectations by their good conduct. The families of these accepted defenders of the republic are homeless; are unused to the responsibilities of freedom; are destitute of all things. ... There are also thousands of homeless whites, made so by the rebellion. ... N.B. This is believed to be the only fair which has such a department.Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair (1864 : Saint Louis, Mo.). Freedmen and Union Refugees' Dept.[Saint Louis, Mo. : s.n., 1864]
1864MissouriSuggestions of a plan of organization for freed labor : and the leasing of plantations along the Mississippi River, under a bureau or commission to be appointed by the government. Accompanying a report presented to the Western Sanitary CommissionYeatman, James E., 1818-1901.St. Louis, Mo. : Rooms Western Sanitary Commission, 1864.
1864MissouriA report on the condition of the freedmen of the Mississippi : presented to the Western Sanitary Commission, December 17th, 1863Yeatman, James E., 1818-1901.Saint Louis : Western Sanitary Commission Rooms, no. 10 North Fifth Street, 1864.
1864New HampshireThe Bible against slavery : with replies to the "Bible view of slavery," by John H. Hopkins ... and to "A northern presbyter's second letter to ministers of the gospel," by Nathan Lord ... and to "X," of the New-Hampshire patriotVail, Stephen M. (Stephen Montford), 1818-1880.Concord [N.H.] : Fogg, Hadley & Co., printers, 1864.
1864New JerseyNew Jersey for the Union : speech of Hon. James M. Scovel, Senator from Camden, upon the bill prohibiting the enlistment of Negro troops in New Jersey, under a penalty of {dollar}500, or imprisonment for five years, delivered March 16, 1864.Scovel, James M. (James Matlack), 1833-1904.Trenton : Murphy & Bechtel, Printers, 1864.
1864New YorkVision of Joseph Hoag.*.Hoag, Joseph, 1762-1846.[New York] : Holland & Edgar, printers, 54 North Eighth St., [ca. 1864]
1864New YorkGerrit Smith on McClellan's nomination and acceptance.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkOur burden and our strength, or, a comprehensive and popular examination of the debt and resources of our country, present and prospective.Wells, David Ames, 1828-1898.[New York] : Loyal Publication Society, [1864]
1864New YorkReview of the governor's message. : Speech of Hon. Wm. H. Gleason, of Suffolk, in Assembly, March, 1864..Gleason, William Henry, 1829-1902.[Albany : Weed, Parsons and Company, printers, 1864]
1864New YorkThe slave power: : its heresies and injuries to the American people. A speech,Hamilton, John C. (John Church), 1792-1882.[New York] : John A. Gray & Green, printers, 16 & 18 Jacob Street, New-York., [1864]
1864New YorkGerrit Smith on the Fort Pillow and Plymouth Massacres.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro?, N.Y. : s.n., 1864.]
1864New YorkA scriptural, ecclesiastical, and historical view of slavery, : from the days of the patriarch Abraham, to the nineteenth century. Addressed to the Right Rev. Alonzo Potter, D.D., bishop of the Prot. Episcopal Church, in the diocese of Pennsylvania.Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868.New-York: : W.I. Pooley & Co., Harper's Building, Franklin Square., [1864]
1864New YorkGerrit Smith to the rank and file of the Democratic party. : Peterboro October 20th 1864. To the masses of the Democratic Party, I have faith that you will hear me-- ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkMirror of modern democracy: : a history of the Democratic Party, from its organization in 1825, to its last great achievement, the rebellion of 1861. : To which is prefixed a sketch of the old Federal and Republican parties.Jones, William D., fl. 1864.New-York; : N.C. Miller, 3 Park Row., 1864..
1864New YorkJoseph Hoag's vision..Hoag, Joseph, 1762-1846.[New York] : Holland & Edgar, printers, 54 North Eighth St., [ca. 1864]
1864New YorkThe slave power: : its heresies and injuries to the American people. A speech,Hamilton, John C. (John Church), 1792-1882.[New York : Published by the Loyal Publication Society, 1864]
1864New YorkThird report of a committee of the representatives of New York Yearly Meeting of Friends upon the condition and wants of the colored refugees.New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.[New York? : s.n.], 1864.
1864New YorkFür die Freiheit aller! : Für die Einheit des Vaterlandes!Schütz, Friedrich, fl. 1850-1864.[New York : Published by the Loyal Publication Society, 1864 or 1865]
1864New YorkRebellion, slavery, and peace.Upham, Nathaniel G. (Nathaniel Gookin), 1801-1869.[New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1864]
1864New YorkAbraham Africanus I. : His secret life, as revealed under mesmeric influence. : Mysteries of the White House.Del Mar, Alexander, 1836-1926.[New York] : J.F. Feeks, publisher, No. 26 Ann Street, N.Y., [1864]
1864New YorkA scriptural, ecclesiastical, and historical view of slavery, : from the days of the patriarch Abraham, to the nineteenth century. Addressed to the Right Rev. Alonzo Potter, D.D., bishop of the Prot. Episcopal Church, in the diocese of Pennsylvania.Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868.New-York: : W.I. Pooley & Co., Harper's Building, Franklin Square., [1864]
1864New YorkSpeech of Hon. Robert C. Winthrop : at the great ratification meeting in Union Square, New York, September 17, 1864.Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894.[New York : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkGreat speech of Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, at New London, Conn., October 18 : the principles and interests of the Republican Party against the Union : the election of McClellan the only hope for union and peace.Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894.[New York : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkAddress of the Workingmen's United Political Association of the City and County of New York to the workingmen of the United States.Workingmen's United Political Association of the City and County of New York.[New York : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkReligion of reasonSmith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New-York: : For sale by American News Company, No. 121 Nassau St., 1864.
1864New YorkSpeeches and letters of Gerrit Smith ... on the rebellion. [Vol. I-II].Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New-York : John A. Gray & Green, Printers, Stereotypers, and Binders, 1864-1865.
1864New YorkDas Herrenthum und seine Früchte: : der emancipirte Sklave und sein früherer Herr. : Ein Ergänzungsbericht an den Ehrenw. Edwin M. Stanton, Kriegsminister,McKaye, James, 1805-1888.New-York: : Gedruckt bei H. Ludwig, 39 Centre-Strasse, 1864.
1864New YorkBattle-fields of the South, from Bull Run to Fredericksburgh : with sketches of Confederate commanders, and gossip of the campsEnglish Combatant.New-York : John Bradburn, 1864.
1864New YorkA thanksgiving plea for free labor, North and SouthTwombly, Alexander S. (Alexander Stevenson), 1832-1907.Albany : J. Munsell, 1864.
1864New YorkClinton Hall! For this night only. : Saturday evening, October 29th. The stereopticon! or Mirror of the Rebellion. The programme for this evening consists of the following manificent views: ... and fifty other magnificent views. Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents. Doors open at 7 1-2. Commence at 8 o'clock.Clinton Hall (Ithaca, N.Y.)[Ithaca, N.Y.] : Andrus, McChain & Co., printers, 69 Owego St., Ithaca., [1864]
1864New YorkFifth anniversary of the American Church Missionary Society : held in the chapel of St. Paul's Church, Boston, Wednesday, October 19th, 1864.American Church Missionary Society.New-York : John A. Gray & Green, printers, stereotypers, and binder, Fire-Proof Buildings, corner of Frankfort and Jacob Streets, 1864.
1864New YorkThe philosophy of the rebellion : A sermon delivered in the Baptist Church, Stamford, Conn., before the Union Church meetingBartlett, Dwight K.Albany : Weed, Parsons and Company, Printers, 1864.
1864New YorkPeace, to be enduring, must be conquered.Republican Congressional Committee.New York :Printed for the Union Congressional Committee by John A. Gray & Green, 1864.
1864New YorkThe Constitutional amendment.Russell, Henry Everett.[New York? : Continental monthly, 1864]
1864New YorkThe prayer of one hundred thousand.Sumner, Charles.[New York: s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkThe maroon : or, planter life in JamaicaReid, Mayne, 1818-1883.New York : R.M. DeWitt, 1864.
1864New YorkJournal of the discovery of the source of the NileSpeke, John Hanning, 1827-1864.New York : Harper & Brothers, 1864.
1864New YorkBe natural! : a discourseSmith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New York : For sale by the American News Co., 1864.
1864New YorkThe church and the rebellion : a consideration of the rebellion against the government of the United States and the agency of the church, North and South, in relation theretoStanton, Robert Livingston, 1810-1885.New York : Derby & Miller, 1864.
1864New YorkThe new gospel of peace : according to St. Benjamin : book third.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : American News Agency, 1864.
1864New YorkSavage Africa : being the narrative of a tour in equatorial, southwestern and northwestern Africa; with notes on the habits of the gorilla; on the existence of unicorns and tailed men; on the slave-trade; on the origin, character and capabilities of the Negro, and on the future civilization of AfricaReade, William Winwood, 1838-1875.New York : Harper & Brothers, 1864.
1864New YorkThe new gospel of peace : according to St. Benjamin : book third.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : American News Agency, 1864.
1864New YorkSubgenation : the theory of the normal relation of the races : an answer to "Miscegenation."Van Evrie, John H., 1814-1896.New York : John Bradburn, 1864.
1864New YorkThe mastership and its fruits: : the emancipated slave face to face with his old master. A supplemental report to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, secretary of war,McKaye, James, 1805-1888.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau Street, corner of Liberty., 1864..
1864New YorkGeneral Butler in New Orleans : history of the administration of the Department of the Gulf in the year 1862 : with an account of the capture of New Orleans, and a sketch of the previous career of the General, civil and militaryParton, James, 1822-1891.New York : Mason Brothers, 1864.
1864New YorkThe mastership and its fruits: : the emancipated slave face to face with his old master. : A supplemental report to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, secretary of war,McKaye, James, 1805-1888.New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864.
1864New YorkThe nation's sin and punishment; or, The hand of God visible in the overthrow of slavery.Hodgman, Stephen Alexander, 1808-1887.New York: : M. Doolady, agent, 49 Walker St. : American News Company, 121 Nassau Street. : R. Craighead, printer., 1864..
1864New YorkFrom Cape Cod to Dixie and the tropicsMackie, J. Milton (John Milton), 1813-1894.New York : G.P. Putnam, 1864.
1864New YorkThe Negro problem solved, or, Africa as she was, as she is, and as she shall be : her curse and her cureRead, Hollis, 1802-1887.New York : A.A. Constantine, 1864.
1864New YorkMedical common sense : applied to the causes, prevention and care of chronic diseases and unhappiness in marriageFoote, Edward B. (Edward Bliss), 1829-1906.New York : Published by the author, 1130 Broadway, 1864.
1864New YorkThe great issue. : An address delivered before the Union Campaign Club, of East Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 25, 1864.Jay, John, 1817-1894.New York: : Baker & Godwin, printers, Printing-House Square, opposite City Hall., 1864..
1864New YorkPeculiar : a tale of the great transitionSargent, Epes, 1813-1880.New York : Carleton, 1864, [c1863]
1864New YorkIdyls of battle and poems of the rebellionGlyndon, Howard, 1840-1923.New York : Hurd and Houghton, 1864.
1864New YorkThe great issue. : An addressJay, John, 1817-1894.New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkLyrics of a day: or, Newspaper-poetryBrownell, Henry Howard, 1820-1872.New York : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway, 1864.
1864New YorkMiscegenation: : the theory of the blending of the races, applied to the American white man and Negro.Croly, David G. (David Goodman), 1829-1889.New York: : H. Dexter, Hamilton & Co., general agents for the publishers, 113 Nassau Street., 1864.
1864New YorkLife and correspondence of Theodore Parker : minister of the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Society, BostonWeiss, John, 1818-1879.New York : D. Appleton & Company, 1864.
1864New YorkThe philanthropic results of the war in AmericaBrockett, L. P. (Linus Pierpont), 1820-1893.New York : Sheldon & Co.; Boston : Gould & Lincoln; London : Trubner & Co., 1864. (New York : Press of Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas)
1864New YorkRelief for East Tennessee : meeting at Cooper Institute, Thursday evening, March 10, 1864 : address of Hon. N.G. Taylor, (late Representative from East Tennessee) : reported by A.F. Washburton, stenographer.Taylor, N. G. (Nathaniel Green), 1819-1887.New York : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 1864.
1864New YorkSouthern history of the war : The second year of the warPollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.New York : Charles B. Richardson, 1864, [c1863].
1864New YorkSeparation: : war without end.Laboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883.New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkSpeeches and occasional addresses.Dix, John A. (John Adams), 1798-1879.New York: : D. Appleton and Company, 443 and 445 Broadway. ; Riverside, Cambridge: : Stereotyped and printed by H.O. Houghton., 1864.
1864New YorkResources of the United States : report to the International Statistical Congress at BerlinRuggles, Samuel B. (Samuel Bulkley), 1800-1881.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
1864New YorkReply of Messrs. Agenor de Gasparin, Edouard Laboulaye, Henri Martin, Augustin Cochin, to the Loyal National League of New York, : together with the address of the League, adopted at the mass inaugural meeting, in Union Square, April 11, 1863..Réponse de MM. de Gasparin, Laboulaye, Martin, et Cochin á la Ligue loyale et nationale de New York. English.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau St., cor. Liberty., 1864..
1864New YorkThe gospel of slavery: : a primer of freedom.Thomas, Abel C. (Abel Charles), 1807-1880.New York: : Published by T.W. Strong., [1864]
1864New YorkGeneral Butler in New Orleans : history of the administration of the Department of the Gulf in the year 1862 : with an account of the capture of New Orleans, and a sketch of the previous career of the General, civil and militaryParton, James, 1822-1891.New York : Mason Brothers, 1864.
1864New YorkPamphlets issued by the Loyal Publication Society : from Feb. 1, 1863, to Feb. 1, 1864, nos. 1 to 44.Loyal Publication Society of New York.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
1864New YorkThe destiny of our country.Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles Pinckney), 1830-1904.New York: : Published by Anson D.F. Randolph, no. 770 Broadway., 1864..
1864New YorkThe Negro's place in nature : a paper read before the London Anthropological SocietyHunt, James, 1833-1869.New York : Van Evrie, Horton & Co., No. 162 Nassau Street, 1864.
1864New YorkPeace through victory : a Thanksgiving sermon, preached in the Tabernacle Church, New York, on Sabbath, September 11, 1864 /by Joseph P. Thompson.Thompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
1864New YorkBook of the Prophet Stephen, son of Douglas : book second.White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885.New York : J.F. Feeks, [c1864]
1864New YorkThe coward's convention.Bristed, Charles Astor, 1820-1874.New York : published by the Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
1864New YorkRed-tape and pigeon-hole generals : as seen from the ranks during a campaign in the army of the PotomacArmstrong, William H. (William Henry), 1833-1896.New York : Carleton, 1864.
1864New YorkRights of sovereignty and rights of war : two sources of power against the rebellion : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on his bill for the confiscation of property and the liberation of slaves belonging to rebels, in the Senate of the United States, May 19, 1862.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.New York : Young Men's Republican Union, 1864.
1864New YorkDown in Tennessee, and back by way of Richmond.Gilmore, James R. (James Roberts), 1822-1903.New York: : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway., M.DCCC.LXIV. [1864]
1864New YorkNo property in man : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the proposed amendment of the Constitution abolishing slavery through the United States, in the Senate of the United States, April 8th, 1864.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
1864New YorkCaptain Brand, of the "Centipede" : a pirate of eminence in the West Indies : his loves and exploits, together with some account of the singular manner by which he departed this lifeWise, H. A. (Henry Augustus), 1819-1869.New York : Harper & Brothers, 1864.
1864New YorkFor the great empire of liberty, forward! : speech of Maj.-Gen. Carl Schurz, of Wisconsin, delivered at Concert Hall, Philadelphia, on Friday evening, September 16, 1864.Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906.New York : Printed by John A. Gray & Green, [1864]
1864New YorkSouthern history of the war : The first year of the war.Pollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.New York : Charles B. Richardson, 1864, [c1863] [Rennie, Shea & Lindsay, Stereotypers and Electrotypers ; R. Craighead, Printer]
1864New YorkMacariaEvans, Augusta J. (Augusta Jane), 1835-1909.New York : John Bradburn, 1864.
1864New YorkReport of the Committee on Volunteering. : Presented October 13th, 1864..Union League Club (New York, N.Y.). Committee on Volunteering.New York: : Club House. No. 26 East Seventeenth Street., 1864..
1864New YorkGeneral Butler in New Orleans : history of the administration of the Department of the Gulf in the year 1862 : with an account of the capture of New Orleans, and a sketch of the previous career of the General, civil and militaryParton, James, 1822-1891.New York : Mason Brothers, 1864.
1864New YorkFirst organization of colored troops in the state of New York, to aid in suppressing the slave-holders' rebellion : statements concerning the origin, difficulties and success of the movement : including official documents, military testimonials, proceedings of the "Union League Club," etc.New York Association for Colored Volunteers.New York : Baker & Godwin, 1864.
1864New YorkThe Constitution vindicated. : Nationality, secession, slavery.Hamilton, James A. (James Alexander), 1788-1878.New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkThree months in the southern states: : April-June, 1863.Fremantle, Arthur James Lyon, Sir, 1835-1901.New York: : Published by John Bradburn (successor to M. Doolady,) 49 Walker-Street., 1864..
1864New YorkThe twenty-seventh annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1864.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Published for the board., 1864.
1864New YorkThe history of the Civil War in America : comprising a full and impartial account of the origin and progress of the rebellion ...Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877.New York : published by Henry Bill, 1864[-1866], [c1863] [Electrotyped by Smith & McDougal. Printed by C.A. Alvord].
1864New YorkResults of the serf emancipation in Russia..Láng, J.New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkThe future : a political essayThroop, Montgomery H. (Montgomery Hunt), 1827-1892.New York : James G. Gregory, 1864.
1864New YorkGod's help : the ground of hope for our country. A sermon preached on the day of national thanksgiving, November 24, 1864, in the Reformed Dutch Church, Easton, Pa.,Edgar, Cornelius H. (Cornelius Henry), 1811-1884.New York: : Baker & Godwin, printers, Printing-House Square, opp. City Hall., 1864..
1864New YorkReply of Messrs. Agenor de Gasparin, Edouard Laboulaye, Henri Martin, Augustin Cochin, to the Loyal National League of New York, : together with the address of the League, adopted at the mass inaugural meeting, in Union Square, April 11, 1863..Réponse de MM. de Gasparin, Laboulaye, Martin, et Cochin á la Ligue loyale et nationale de New York. English.New York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., printers, 41 Nassau St., cor. Liberty., 1864..
1864New YorkGerrit Smith on McClellan's nomination and acceptance.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
1864New YorkReport of the services rendered by the freed people to the United States Army, in North Carolina, : in the spring of 1862, after the Battle of Newbern,Colyer, Vincent, 1825-1888.New York: : Published by Vincent Colyer, No. 105 Bleecker Street. : G.A. Whitehorne, printer, 119 Fulton & 42 Ann Sts., 1864.
1864New YorkRights of the coloured race to citizenship and representation : and the guilt and consequences of legislation against them : A discourse delivered in the hall of representatives of the United States, in Washington, D.C., May 29, 1864Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890.New York : Francis & Loutrel, printers, 45 Maiden Lane, 1864.
1864New YorkForty-eighth annual report of the American Bible Society, presented May 12, 1864 : With an appendix, containing a list of auxiliary societies and their officers, and also of the life directors and members of the society.American Bible Society.New York : American Bible Society, 1864.
1864New YorkHistory of the rebellion: : its authors and causes.Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed), 1795-1864.New York: : Follett, Foster & Co., 1864..
1864New YorkOnly authentic life of Abraham Lincoln, alias "Old Abe" : a son of the West : also of Gen. George B. McClellan, alias " Little Mac" : with an account of his numerous victories from Phillipi to Antietam : the two lives in one volume.New York : J. C. Haney, [1864?]
1864New YorkRéponse de MM. de Gasparin, Laboulaye Martin et Cochin, a la Ligue loyale et nationale de New York..New York: : De l'imprimerie de Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 41 rue Nassau, au coin de Liberty., 1864..
1864New YorkThe little Mac campaign songster..New York: : T.R. Dawley, publisher for the million. 13 and 15 Park Row., [1864]
1864New YorkOld Abe's jokes : fresh from Abraham's bosom, containing all his issues, excepting the "greenbacks," to call in some of which, this work is issued.New York : T.R. Dawley, [c1864]
1864New YorkThe President Lincoln campaign songster.New York : T.R. Dawley, [1864]
1864New YorkLetters from Europe touching the American contest, : and acknowledging the receipt, from citizens of New York, of presentation sets of the "Rebellion record," and "Loyal Publication Society" publications..New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkThe suppressed book about slavery!New York : Carleton, 1864.
1864New YorkThe Tribune almanac and political register for 1864.New York : Tribune Association, [1864]
1864New YorkLetters from Europe touching the American contest, : and acknowledging the receipt, from citizens of New York, of presentation sets of the "Rebellion record," and "Loyal Publication Society" publications..New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkSoldiers' and sailors' patriotic songs.New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864.
1864New YorkOld Abe's jokes : fresh from Abraham's bosom, containing all his issues, excepting the "greenbacks," to call in some of which, this work is issued.New York : T.R. Dawley, [c1864]
1864New YorkHow the war was commenced. : An appeal to the documents. Southern documents especially quoted. (From the Cincinnati daily commercial.).New York: : Published by the Loyal Publication Society., 1864..
1864New YorkRéponse de MM. de Gasparin, Laboulaye Martin et Cochin, a la Ligue loyale et nationale de New York..New York: : De l'imprimerie de Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 41 rue Nassau, au coin de Liberty., 1864..
1864New YorkThe prayer of one hundred thousand. : Speech of Hon. Chas. Sumner on the presentation of the first installment of the emancipation petition of the Women's National League. In the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, February 9th, 1863. ...Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.[New York : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkThe Lincoln catechism wherein the eccentricities & beauties of despotism are fully set forth. : A guide to the presidential election of 1864.[New York] : J.F. Feeks, publisher, no. 26 Ann Street, N.Y., [1864]
1864New YorkThe Real motives of the rebellion. : The slaveholders' conspiracy, depicted by southern loyalists in its treason against democratic principles, as well as against the national union: showing a contest of slavery and nobility versus free government ... Address of the Democratic League to the "Loyal leagues" and loyal men throughout the land.[New York : s.n., 1864.]
1864New YorkMiscegenation indorsed by the Republican Party.[New York : s.n., 1864]
1864New YorkWie der Krieg angefangen wurde. : Eine Berufung auf die Dokumente. : Mit besonderer Anführung südlicher Dokumente. (Aus dem "Daily commercial" von Cincinnati.)New-York: : Gedruckt bei H. Ludwig, 39 Centre-Strasse., 1864.
1864New YorkOnly authentic life of Abraham Lincoln, alias "Old Abe" : a son of the West : with an account of his birth and education, his rail-splitting and flat-boating, his joke-cutting and soldiering, with some allusions to his journeys from Springfield to Washington and back again.[New York? : s.n., 1864?]
1864New YorkThe Shorter catechism of Negro equality.[New York] : For sale by Francis Hart & Co., printers and stationers, 63 Cortlandt St., N.Y., [1864?]
1864New YorkThe Copperhead catechism. : For the instruction of such politicians as are of tender years.New-York: : Published for the compilers by Sinclair Tousey, 121 Nassau Street., 1864.
1864New YorkMy friends. : When in July 1863, the city of New York was under the reign of a mob, when stores were closed, workshops shut, cars and stages laid up...then Horatio Seymour. the candidate of the McClellan Confederate Peace Democracy for governor of New York, ... began his coaxing, blarneying address to them, with the words "My friends." ...[New York, N.Y.] : Sold by the American News Co. 121 Nassau St. N.Y. at 75 cents per hundred., [1864?]
1864New YorkSlavery, or Involuntary servitude : does it legally exist in the state of New York? Points on argument in court of appeals. Opinions in court of appeals.Albany : J. Munsell, 78 State Street, 1864.
1864New YorkDemocratic presidential campaign songster : no. 1. McClellan and Pendleton. : Original campaign songs, choruses, &c.[New York] : Published by J.F. Feeks; 26 Ann Street, N.Y., [1864]
1864New YorkDemocratic incendiarism : what northern copperheads have done for southern traitors.[New York State? : s.n., 1864?]
1864North CarolinaThe first Dixie reader : designed to follow the Dixie primerMoore, M. B. (Marinda Branson), 1829-1864.Raleigh : Branson, Farrar and Co., 1863 [i.e., 1864]
1864North CarolinaPrimary geography, : arranged as a reading book for common schools, with questions and answers attached.Moore, M. B. (Marinda Branson), 1829-1864.Raleigh : Branson & Farrar, 1864.
1864North CarolinaSongs of love and liberty.Raleigh, N.C., : Branson & Farrar, Fayetteville Street,, 1864..
1864OhioNarrative of Edmund Wright : his adventures with and escape from the Knights of the Golden Circle.Wright, Edmund.Cincinnati : J. R. Hawley, 1864.
1864OhioMinutes of the Convention of Freedmen's Commissions, : held at Indianapolis, Indiana, July 19 and 20, 1864..Convention of Freedmen's Commissions (1864 : Indianapolis, Ind.)Cincinnati: : printed at the Methodist Book Concern. : R.P. Thompson, printer., 1864..
1864OhioThe Black Brigade of Cincinnati : being a report of its labors and a muster-roll of its members : together with various orders, speeches, etc. relating to itClark, Peter H.Cincinnati : Printed by Joseph B. Boyd, No. 25 West Fourth Street, 1864.
1864OhioUnion and anti-slavery speeches, : delivered during the rebellion:Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892.Cincinnati: : Applegate & Co., 1864.
1864OhioAn inside view of the rebellion, and American citizen's text-book.Conkling, Henry, b. 1814.Cincinnati, O.: : Printed and published by Caleb Clark, s.w. corner Third & Walnut Streets., 1864.
1864OhioThe defenders of the country and its enemies : The Chicago platform dissected : Speech of Governor Brough, delivered at Circleville, Ohio, Sept. 3. : From the Cincinnati Gazette, September 5, 1864.Brough, John, 1811-1865.Cincinnati : Gazette Co. Steam Printing House, cor. Fourth and Vine Streets, 1864.
1864OhioUnion Institute for the Freedmen.[Ohio? : s.n., 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe wrong of slavery, the right of emancipation, and the future of the African race in the United StatesOwen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley in the Northrop-Kelley debate. : Delivered at Manayunk, Tuesday evening, October 4, 1864.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe nation's success and gratitude.Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Philadelphia : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, Nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaReply of Hon. William D. Kelley to George Northrop, Esq. : in the hall of the Spring Garden Institute Friday evening, September 23, 1864.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaNarrative of privations and sufferings of United States officers and soldiers while prisoners of war in the hands of the Rebel authorities : being the report of a commission of inquiry, appointed by the United States Sanitary Commission : with an appendix, containing the testimony.United States Sanitary Commission.Philadelphia : Printed for the U.S. Sanitary Commission by King and Baird, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaSpeech of Carl Schurz : delivered in Brooklyn, New York, October 7th, 1864.Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906.[Philadelphia] : King & Baird, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSouthern slavery in its present aspects: : containing a reply to a late work of the Bishop of Vermont on slavery.Goodwin, Daniel R. (Daniel Raynes), 1811-1890.Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaThe "Negro question"Parrish, Joseph, 1818-1891.Philadelphia : Perkinpine & Higgins, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaFair, for the sick & wounded soldiers!St. Thomas' Church (Philadelphia, Pa.). Sanitary Committee.[Philadelphia] : G.T. Stockdale, Printer, [1864].
1864PennsylvaniaOur foreign relations : showing present perils from England and France, the nature and conditions of intervention by mediation, and also by recognition, the impossibility of any recognition of a new power with slavery as a corner-stone, and the wrongful concession of ocean belligerency : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the citizens of New York, at the Cooper Institute, Sept. 10, 1863.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaMembers of the Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association.Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association.[Philadelphia? : The Association, 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley in the Northrop-Kelley debate. : Delivered at Manayunk, Monday evening, October 3, 1864.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaMemorial of Hon. Th. H. Baird : praying for the enactment of measures to preserve the Constitution and union of the states. Presented to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1863, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.Baird, Thomas H. (Thomas Harlan), 1787-1866.Pittsburgh : A. A. Anderson & Sons, Printers, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe morning cometh. : A sermon preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Camden, N.J., on the day of national Thanksgiving. November 24, 1864.Reed, V. D. (Villeroy Dibble), 1815-1901.Philadelphia: : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne Street., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaThe fifth joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the Masonic hall, Manayunk, Monday evening, October 3, 1864 : Charles S. Keyser, Esq., moderator : opening of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThirty-fifth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania : to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia : McLaughlin Brothers, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley in the Northrop-Kelley debate, : at Spring Garden Institute, Monday, September 26.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne Street., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaAdresse des Staats-Central-Committees : an die Bürger Pennsylvaniens.Democratic Party (Pa.). State Central Committee[Pa.? : s.n., 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaAddress by the Union League of Philadelphia, to the citizens of Pennsylvania, in favor of the re-election of Abraham Lincoln.Union League of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : King & Baird, printers, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaSix months among the secessionists : a reliable and thrilling narrative of the sufferings and trials of Miss Sarah L. Palmer, a native of Pennsylvania who, at the opening of the great southern rebellion, was teaching school in Knoxville, the home of Parson Brownlow. In this work Miss Palmer thrillingly depicts the many startling adventures she met with in her flight from state to state and town to town of the Confederate States. Also her pursuit by her disappointed rebel suitor ; splendidly illustrated.Palmer, Sarah L.Philadelphia : Barclay & Co., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaReport of the executive board ... : read at the annual meeting of the contributors, held at Arch street meeting-house, Philadelphia, 4th month 18th, 1864.Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen. Executive BoardPhiladelphia : C. Sherman, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaA reply to the resolutions passed by the late Philadelphia Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in March, 1864 : with a slight notice of the acts of the late General Conference of said church in the following MayRobinson, John Bell.Philadelphia : James Challen, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaAddress delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia, October 31, 1864Meigs, Charles D. (Charles Delucena), 1792-1869.Philadelphia : Collins, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaReply of Hon. William D. Kelley to George Northrop, Esq. : in West Philadelphia Hall, Thursday evening, October 6, 1864.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaZulu-Land; or, Life among the Zulu-Kafirs of Natal and Zulu-Land, South Africa. : With map, and illustrations, largely from original photographs.Grout, Lewis, 1815-1905.Philadelphia: : Presbyterian Publication Committee, 1334 Chestnut Street. ; New York: : A.D.F. Randolph, 770 Broadway., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaClosing speech of Hon. W.D. Kelley, in the Northrop-Kelley debate. : Delivered at West Philadelphia Hall, Friday evening, October, 7, 1864.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe thirty-sixth annual report of the Board of Managers of the House of Refuge, : with the annual statement of the Treasurer, the annual report of the Ladies' Committee, and of the Superintendents, &c..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, Sansom St. above Eleventh., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaOur country's troubles, no. II, or, national sins and national retribution : a sermon preached in the Church of the Covenant, Philadelphia, July 5, 1857Tyng, Dudley A. (Dudley Atkins), 1825-1858.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, no. 606 Chestnut Street, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThirty-third annual report of the board of managers of the Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons..Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons.Philadelphia: : William H. Pile, printer., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaFun! Fun! Fun! The Soldiers' Ethiopian Troupe! : Will be at [blank] on [blank] eve'ng [blank] '64 This troupe is composed entirely of wounded soldiers! Now is the time to serve your country's defenders. Admission, 25 cents Tickets to be had at the door. Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at half-past 7.Soldiers' Ethiopian Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaWanderings north and southBokum, Hermann, 1807-1878.Philadelphia : King & Baird, Printers, No. 607 Sansom Street, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaAn address to the "people" of the several sovereign states of the United States : on the frauds committed on their elective franchise under official orders ... under the pretext of negro freedom ...Robinson, John Bell.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaA word with Bishop Hopkins.M'Laughlin, John.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaOur alma mater : An address delivered at Concert Hall on the occasion of the twelfth annual commencement of the Institute for Colored Youth, May 10th, 1864Catto, Octavius V., 1839-1871.Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son & Co., printers, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThirtieth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, no. 243 Arch Street., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaThe third joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the hall of the Spring Garden Institute, Wednesday evening, September 28, 1864 : Charles S. Keyser, Esq., moderator : opening of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThe loyalty demanded by the present crisis.Cooper, Jacob, 1830-1904.Philadelphia: : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society. : The twenty-fourth annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society will be held in Horticultural Hall, West Chester, commencing on Thursday, the 24th inst., at 10 o'clock, a.m. ....Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe sixth joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the Masonic hall, Manayunk, Tuesday evening, October 4, 1864 : Leonard R. Fletcher, Esq., moderator : reply of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaFree military school for applicants for commands of colored troops, no. 1210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia : established by the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments, chief preceptor, John H. Taggart, late colonel 12th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves.Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : King & Baird, printers, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe days that are pastShepherd, Thomas James, 1818-1898.Philadelphia : Lindsay & Blakiston., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThirteenth general conference of the African M.E. Church : held in Philadelphia, Pa. May 2, 1864.African Methodist Episcopal Church.Philadelphia : William S. Young, printer, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bible against slavery : a vindication of the Sacred Scriptures against the charge of authorizing slavery. A reply to Bishop HopkinsDobbins, J. B.Philadelphia : King & Baird, printers, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaA reply to the letter of Bishop Hopkins, addressed to Dr. Howe, in the print called "The age," of December 8th, 1863..Howe, M. A. De Wolfe (Mark Antony De Wolfe), 1809-1895.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaForty-fifth annual report of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, : presented to the General Assembly, May, 1864.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley in the Northrop-Kelley debate, : at Spring Garden Institute, Wednesday, September 28.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaEleventh St. Opera House Eleventh Street, above Chestnut. : Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels the star troupe of the world Benefit of E.F. Dixey this Tuesday evening, March 29th, 1864.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe loyalty for the times.Voice from Kentucky.[Philadelphia : Printed by H.B. Ashmead, 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaOur country's troubles : a sermon preached in the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia, June 29, 1856Tyng, Dudley A. (Dudley Atkins), 1825-1858.Philadelphia : William S. & Alfred Martien, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaGrover's Theatre Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel. : Leonard Grover, director also, of Grover's Chestnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia. Wednesday evening, April 20, 1864, Boucicault's great American drama The octoroon! The entire press speak of this great drama of Louisiana life in the most generous terms. ... Koppitz and the grand orchestra will render the beautiful music of the drama. To-morrow, Thursday, April 21, most positively the last time of Colleen Bawn Prices of admission: Dress circle or parquet 50 cents Family circle 25 cents Orchestra seats 75 cents.Grover's Theatre (Washington, D.C.)[Philadelphia, Pa. : U.S. Steam Job Print?, 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaCapts. Speke's and Grant's travels and adventures in Africa. : A thrilling narrative of the perils and hardships experienced by Captains Speke and Grant, the celebrated African explorers. Who, after an absence of over two years, have just returned from central Africa, where, besides ascertaining the true sources of the River Nile, and the existence of highly civilized nations, have discovered vast regions abounding in gold and precious stones, drugs, fine woods, cotton, tobacco and honey, in short the real Eldorado of the earth.Speke, John Hanning, 1827-1864.Philadelphia: : Published by Barclay & Co. No. 602 Arch Street., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaKriegs-Demokraten : wenn ihr McClellan und Pendleton erwählt und McClellan würde mit Tode abgehen, was würde aus dem Lande werden unter der Verwaltung von George H. Pendleton als erste Magistrats-Person?War Democrats. German.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Gedruckt bei King und Baird, No. 607 Sansomstrasse, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTemperance Hall Tuesday evening, Aug. 9th, 1864. Positively last night : Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels! The great star troupe of the world direct from their opera house in Philadelphia appearing in their grand Ethiopian soirees, laughable burlesques! Plantation scenes, &c. This Tuesday evening, August 9th, 1864. ... The perfect cure ... The Pikes peakers! ... Damon and Pythis [sic], ... Ten-pin Jack ... To conclude with the new plantation scene, entitled How are you, greenbacks? by the full company. Admission, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Commence a 8.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTemperance Hall Monday and Tuesday, August 8th and 9th. Positively two nights only! : Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels! The great star troupe of the world direct from their opera house in Philadelphia appearing in their grand Ethiopian soirees, laughable burlesques! Plantation scenes, &c. Entire change of programme nightly Monday evening, August 8th, 1864. ... The two Dromios, ... The perfect cure ... The gold hunters ... The pilgrim fathers, ... The big bug ... To conclude with the new plantation scene, entitled U.S.G. by the full company. Admission, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Commence a 8.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaObjects of the Institute for Colored Youth, : with a list of the officers and students, and the annual report of the Board of Managers, for the year 1864.Institute for Colored Youth (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Sherman & Co., printers., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe cruelties of warFisher, Joshua Francis, 1807-1873.Philadelphia : Printed for the author, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaKriegs-Demokraten : wenn ihr McClellan und Pendleton erwählt und McClellan würde mit Tode abgehen, was würde aus dem Lande werden unter der Verwaltung von George H. Pendleton als erste Magistrats-Person?War Democrats. German.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Gedruckt bei King und Baird, No. 607 Sansomstrasse, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, A. Lake First week of Louisa St. Croix, J. Clark Wells, and Mast. Bobby Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Malicious trespassing! ... Landing of Columbus, ... Imitations by the great Billy Boyd. ... Balloon ascension! ... Adventures of a night ... Old heads and young hearts! .... To conclude with a new and original farce, by J. Clark Wells, entitled Julius Crow or, Going to the convention! ... Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaGrover's new Chestnut St. Theatre : Leonard Grover, manager Easter Monday, March 28th, first night of Boucicault's great American drama, The octoroon (drama entire) With new & splendid scenery by J.R. Smith and D.A. Strong, original music, by Koppitz and the grand orchestra. In presenting this intensely intersting [sic] play, the manager begs to say that he disclaims all intention of making capital out of political sentiment ... The octoroon presents a faithful picture of slavery in Louisiana in its least objectionable form, and has never been equaled for its truthful portraiture of life in the far South-West! ... Saturday afternoon, April 2, family matinee entertainment when Mrs. Cecile Rush will make her first appearance as Fanchon, in the beautiful drama of the same name. ...Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaInstitute for Colored Youth. 716 Lombard Street, Philadelphia. : The managers of the Institute for Colored Youth desire to place before the view of the friends of the institute, and of others who take an interest in the intellectual advancement of the colored race, the following statement of facts connected with the financial condition of this school. ... Below will be found a subscriptions list, upon which the reader is requested to place his name, with the amount which he is willing to contribute annually for three years or a longer period. ...Institute for Colored Youth (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1864 or 1865]
1864PennsylvaniaFun! Fun!! Fun!!! : Duer & Welch's Minstrels will give a grand concert under a tent, at [blank] on [blank] evening, [blank] 1864 Admission, [blank] cts. Children, [blank] cts. The most complete traveling band in the profession, composed of a number of distinguished artists. Novelties and new attractions, fun, music, frolic and mirth, to drive care away, and cheer the drooping heart. Determination to please and amuse. Every member a prominent star! in his own line of business. The ladies are particularly invited to witness the entertainment of the great nonpareil minstrel company. ... Duer & Welch's Minstrels' programme will consist of new songs, dances, acts, glees, choruses, ballads, burlesque lectures, funny sayings and doings. The evening's entertainment will conclude with a grand jubilee Characters by the company. Doors open at half-past 7. Concert commences at 8 Come early. N.B.--No postponement on account of weather. Front seats reserved for ladies. Music can be engaged for parties, serenades, &c., if required, by applying to the manager.Duer & Welch's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaWe help the needy : Washington Hall S.W. corner Eighth & Spring Garden Sts. Musical director, C.W. Hilfrem Stage manager, Billy Burr Treasurer, Pete Williams Grand complimentary benefit to Mrs. Nevins on Friday, eve'n, July 29, 1864, whose son and only support was killed at the battle before Petersburg, June 20th, 1864. On which occasion, the old and original Brigg's Minstrels and Burlesque Opera Troupe, consisting of 12 performers! will appear in a pleasing programme. ... Hutchinson Family! ... Manager in trouble! ... The evening's entertainment will conclude with the laughable Ethiopian burlesque, entitled Lew-screech-board-her! ... Admission, 25 cents Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers will be in attendance. Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8 o'clock.Briggs' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaBrandt's Hall! : Manager, S.C. Dubois Mr. Dubois, the manager, gives notice that every exertion will be made by him to preserve the strictest order and ensure the comfort of all those who wish to pass a pleasant evening in the hall. The citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity are notified, that Mr. Dubois has taken great pains to present this great American drama of The octoroon! in a style worthy of their patronage. ... On Monday evening, May 16th, 1864, will be presented the great American drama of The octoroon! or, Life in Louisiana! ... Note.--The management wish to impress on the minds of the audience that this play is considered the truest picture ever drawn of Southern life, and in order to appreciate it properly, the strictest attention is necessary. Reserved seats, 50 cents Particular notice.--Those desirous of securing seats, which will be retained during the evening, can do so by applying at the hall during the morning. Seats, not reserved, 25 cents Doors open at half-past seven o'clock. Performance at eight.Dramatic Combination.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaGrover's Theatre Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel. : Leonard Grover, director also, of Grover's Chestnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia. This Friday evening, April 22, 1864 last time, most positively, of Grover's great Philadelphia company This great company will appear again this evening in Boucicault's great American drama The octoroon The entire press speak of this great drama of Louisiana life in the most generous terms. ... Koppitz and the grand orchestra will render the beautiful music of the drama. Saturday, April 23d, grand festival in commemoration of Shakspere 300dth anniversary of his birth. 3d anniversary of the opening of Grover's Theatre. Third annual benefit of Leonard Grover! ... Seats may be secured immediately, no extra charge. Monday, April 25th, the great tragic alliance--Davenport, Wallack & Mrs. Farren Othello. Prices of admission: Dress circle or parquet 50 cents Family circle 25 cents Orchestra seats 75 cents.Grover's Theatre (Washington, D.C.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaStewart's New Apollo Music Hall! : 609 Chestnut Street, and 608, 610 and 612 Jayne Street, (entrance on Chestnut Street.) J.C. Stewart, sole proprietor Fred Shaw, stage manager Prof. Knoth, musical director First week of the favorite danseuse and vocalist, Miss Lizzie Ellsworth Brilliant success of Miss Carrie Leon, Miss Sallie Collins, Miss Kate Brooks, Miss Susie Forrester, M'lle Henrietta, Miss Cassie Howard, Miss A. Francis, Miss Ida May, Miss V. Leonard, in conjuntion with the great Apollo Star Co. Triumphant success of the great female minstrel scene, from "Three fast men." ... School in an uproar! ... Grecian statues! ... The whole to conclude with the Irish interlude, entitled O'Flanigan at the fair ... Prices of admission. Parquet, 15 cts Orchestra seats, 25 " Private boxes, {dollar}5 00 Seat in do. 50 cts Doors open at 7. Commence quarter to 8Fattie Stewart's New Apollo Music Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Building, [1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThe second joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the hall of the Spring Garden Institute, on Monday evening, September 26, 1864 : Leonard R. Fletcher, Esq., moderator : reply of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaGrover's new Chestnut St. Theatre : Leonard Grover, manager Easter Monday, March 28th, first night of Boucicault's great American drama The octoroon (drama entire) With new & splendid scenery ... original music, by Koppitz and the grand orchestra. ... Saturday afternoon, April 2, family matinee entertainment when Mrs. Cecile Rush will make her first appearance as Fanchon, in the beautiful drama of the same name. Prices of admission: Dress circle or parquet 50 cents Family circle 25 cents Orchestra seats 75 cents Five of the front benches only are reserved as orchestra seats. No extra charge for securing seast [sic].Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe joint debates between George Northrop, Esq., Democratic, and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, Republican : nominees for Congress in the fourth congressional district of Penna. : correspondence.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThe fourth joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the hall of the Spring Garden Institute, Thursday evening, September 29, 1864 : Leonard R. Fletcher, Esq., moderator : reply of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThe End to the slavery controversyShanafelt, J. R.Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son and Co., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe rebel cousins; or, Life and love in Seccessia. : The autobiography of the beautiful Bertha Stephens, the accomplished niece of the Hon. Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Vice-President of the southern confederacy, showing the stirring vicissitudes, terrible trials of imprisonment and severe sufferings she so heroically endured--compelled to leave the South for her home in the North.Bell, Alfreda Eva.Philadelphia: : published by Barclay & Co. No. 602 Arch Street., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaThe return of rebellious states to the union : a letter from Hon. Wm. Whiting to the Union League of Philadelphia.Whiting, William, 1813-1873.Philadelphia : C. Sherman, Son & Co., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe eighth joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the West Philadelphia hall, Tuesday evening, October 7, 1864 : Leonard R. Fletcher, Esq., moderator : reply of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. William D. Kelley in the Northrop-Kelley debate. : Delivered in the hall of the Spring Garden Institute, on Thursday evening, September 29, 1864.Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.[Philadelphia] : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne St., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaBible view of polygamy..Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaStatistics of the operations of the executive board of Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity for the Relief of Colored Freedmen : together with the report of Samuel B. Shipley, President of the Boards, of his visit to the camps of the freedmen on the Mississippi river.Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen. Executive BoardPhiladelphia : Inquirer Printing Office, [1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThe twenty-eighth annual report of the Association for the Care of Colored Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by William K. Bellows, successor to Joseph Rakestraw, S.W. corner of Fourth Street and Apple Tree Alley., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaSpeeches of Hon. William D. Kelley. : Replies of the Hon. William D. Kelley to George Northrop, Esq., in the joint debate in the Fourth Congressional District..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Philadelphia: : Collins, printer, 705 Jayne Street., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaSeventeenth annual report of the board of managers of the Philadelphia Society for the Employment and Instruction of the Poor. : Presented at the annual meeting, April 11, 1864.Philadelphia Society for the Employment and Instruction of the Poor.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, No. 243 Arch Street., 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaReport of the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments.Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : King & Baird, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe seventh joint debate between George Northrop, Esq., and Hon. Wm. D. Kelley : in the West Philadelphia hall, Thursday, October 6, 1864 : Charles S. Keyser, Esq., moderator : opening of George Northrop, Esq.Northrop, George.[Philadelphia : J. Campbell, 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaMr. B. Young respectfully announces his benefit this Tuesday evening, May 24, 1864 : when will be performed, for the first time in this country the drama, in three acts, by Tom Taylor and Mark Lemon, founded on Mrs. Stowe's celebrated novel, entitled Slave Life: or, Uncle Tom's Cabin! ... To conclude with the laughable sketch, entitled Life in Alabama ...Walnut Street Theatre.[Philadelphia] : U.S. Job Print, Philadelphia, [1864].
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday evening, Decem'r 22, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the above place, that he claims to be the first who ever established a place for family resort in this city, viz: at his Twelfth Street Opera House, (which was destroyed by fire, December 21st, 1853;) also at his Eleventh Street Opera House, which, for respectability, did command as many ladies! as any family resort in the world. Now, that he has invested a few thousand dollars in converting the old Olympic (late Varieties) into a respectable place of amusement! he distinctly wishes to impress upon the public that he has a first-class opera house, ... Programme. ... Strange scenes from The stranger ... Handy Andy ... Our ancestors! ... To conclude with a new plantation walkaround ... The holiday pantomime Harlequin, prince and Cinderella! Saturday evening, Dec. 24. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaMetropolitan Concert Saloon : Commonwealth Building, No. 611 and 613 Chestnut St., above Sixth. Jacques Valer, proprietor Johnny Reese, stage manager Admission nominal, 10 cents including refreshment ticket The best ventilated and coolest place of amusement in the city. First appearance of the great banjoist, Harry Macon! Re-appearance of the beautiful danseuse, Miss Adelaide Johnson! Programme for this evening. ... White and black riot, ... Frightened darkeys! ... Dignity and impudence, ... To conclude with a plantation scene! introducing all of Mr. Emmet's latest and most popular walk-arounds of the day. The bar open all day. Performances to commence at 8 o'clock. Berdner's celebrated lager beer.Metropolitan Concert Saloon (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [ca. 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Monday evening, November 21st, 1864 Unprecedented success!! The northern portion of the city in ecstacies at the performances of Sanford's Troupe Observe the great bill. First appearance of Miss Julia Sanford! Programme. ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Handy Andy. ... To conclude with the opera of The rivals! ... Doors open quarter-past 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Wednesday evening, Nov. 23d, 1864. The Race Street Opera House! Established! and filled nightly with the elite of the entire city to witness Sanford and his associates! in the best minstrel performance in the world Third night of Miss Julia Sanford! Programme. ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Handy Andy. ... To conclude with the opera of The rivals! ... Doors open quarter-past 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine. Thanksgiving Day, a grand performance! at two o'clock--children will be admitted at fifteen cents each.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Wednesday evening, Dec'r 21st, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the above place, that he claims to be the first who ever established a place for family resort in this city, viz: at his Twelfth Street Opera House, (which was destroyed by fire, December 21st, 1853;) also at his Eleventh Street Opera House, which, for respectability, commands as many ladies! as any family resort in the world. Now, that he has invested a few thousand dollars in converting the old Olympic (late Varieties) into a respectable place of amusement! he distinctly wishes to impress upon the public that he has a first-class opera house, ... Programme. ... Strange scenes from The stranger ... Our ancestors! ... Handy Andy ... To conclude with a new plantation walkaround ... The holiday pantomime Harlequin, prince and Cinderella! Saturday evening, Dec. 24. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Friday evening, December 23d, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the above place, that he claims to be the first who ever established a place for family resort in this city, viz: at his Twelfth Street Opera House, (which was destroyed by fire, December 21st, 1853;) also at his Eleventh Street Opera House, which, for respectability, did command as many ladies! as any family resort in the world. Now, that he has invested a few thousand dollars in converting the old Olympic (late Varieties) into a respectable place of amusement! he distinctly wishes to impress upon the public that he has a first-class opera house, ... Programme. ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Handy Andy ... Our ancestors! ... To conclude with a new plantation walkaround ... The holiday pantomime Harlequin, prince and Cinderella! Saturday evening, Dec. 24. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Saturday evening, Decem'r 31, 1864, unprecedented success of Sanford's Troupe and the holiday pantomime. Programme. ... That's my boy. ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8 Second day performance Monday, January 2d, 1865, order of the day--The pantomime of Cinderella will be performed at 10 o'clock, A.M., especially for the poor, who are unable to spend their money for amusements. A few reserved seats for those who wish to pay. The proceeds to be devoted to the poor. Immediately after this performance, 2000 loaves of fresh hot bread! will be distributed to the poor. A grand extra afternoon performance, half-past 2 o'clock, when the minstrels will perform and the pantomime will be presented. On Monday next, the learned dog, Lilly Dale.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaFattie Stewart's Melodeon 609 Chestnut St. : Lessee and manager, J.C. Stewart Leader of orchestra, J. Robinson Success crowns our efforts! There is a tide in the affairs of men, when, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Such is Stewart's motto Crowded houses & delighted audiences repay his exertions to cater for the public taste. 10 stars of magnitude, 10 make their appearance every night this week. Read the names. Miss Florence Edmond, Kathleen Covington, Miss Emma Harrington, Jim Flake, Andy Williams, J.E. Gilligan, Prof. Robson, W.H. Speigle, Signor Watselman, & the people's great favorite, Fattie Stewart! Programme. ... O-tell-o! or More vengeance. ... The black doctor! ... Talent on a bust ... The whole to conclude with the laughable opera, Lucretia boards-here! in which the whole strength of the company appears. Admission, ten cents Doors open at 7 1/2 o'clock. To commence at 8. Wines, liquors, beer and cigars, constantly kept at the bar, and served by polite and attentive waiters. Any overcharge or not returning right change by waiter, patrons will please report at the bar.Fattie Stewart's Melodeon.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Opening night!! on Monday evening, November 14th, 1864, with the largest and best company of minstrels! in this or any other country. ... Mr Samuel S. Sanford, manager Mr Harry Rainor, stage manager Capt. Thos. G. Funston, treasurer Mr Geo. Wunderlich, scenic artist The opera house has undergone a thorough renovation, papering, upholstery, gas-fixtures, painting--together with a new and beautiful drop curtain by Mr. George Wunderlich. Programme: ... The exempts ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Dan Gardner's farce of Fanny's serenade ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra chairs, 50 cents. Private boxes 1, 2, 3 and 4, dress circle, {dollar}5. Private boxes 1, 2, 3 and 4, family circle, {dollar}4. The box office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and the disposal of private boxes Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaFattie Stewart's Apollo Free Concert Hall. : Fattie Stewart, proprietor J.E. Gilligan, stage manager Prof. Robinson, leader of orchestra Read the names: Miss Kate Covington, Miss Louisa, Miss Henrietta, J.F. Mullin, John T. Mason, T.S. Matthews, F. Alexander, Mr Morton, Mast. Tommy, Mr Robinson, Mr Smyth, Fattie Stewart! Programme for this evening ... Amateur's rehearsal ... Grand posturing act, ... Tricks upon travelers ... Handy Andy, ... The whole to conclude with a new plantation festival by the knights of the cork Admission, ten cents including refreshment ticket, doors open at 7. Commence quarter to 8 No boys admitted. Best of liquors, cigars and lager beer, constantly on hand at the bar.Fattie Stewart's Apollo Free Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Building, [1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaCity Hall, Bordentown For one night only, positively This Saturday evening, Feb. 27, 1864. : Having just concluded a season of fifteen nights at the Concert Hall, Philadelphia, (acknowledged by all the most successful engagement ever played in that city) are now en route for the West, and will perform in this city on the above night. The far-famed, world-renowned, original and only Morris' Minstrels! brass band and burlesque old folks' concert troupe! 19 established artists, from their opera house, Tremont Street, Boston. ... Five comedians, four balladists, seven musicians and three dancers. The only complete company organized--organized with great care for this season, 1864. ... Scenes from my boyhood ... Giving the sign, ... The veteran, ... The whole to conclude with the roaring farce, Black assurance: ... Cards of admission, 25 cts. Reserved seats, 25 cts. extra Doors open at a quarter-before 7. To commence at a quarter to 8 o'clock precisely. ... A free serenade in front of hall, previous to performance by Morris' Brass BandMorris' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Wednesday eve'ng, Nov. 16, 1864 Success unprecedented!! The opening crowded with the elite of the city! Hundreds of ladies unable to get seats!! The company has met the approval of the audience. The verdict has been proclaimed! A guarranty of permanence, the entertainment the best, and this to be the temple of minstrelsy. Look at the change on the third night! Programme. ... The exempts ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Sanford's sketch, entitled Happy Uncle Tom! ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra chairs, 50 cents. Private boxes 1, 2, 3 and 4, dress circle, {dollar}5. Private boxes 1, 2, 3 and 4, family circle, {dollar}4. The box office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and the disposal of private boxes In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaLibrary Hall! Three nights only, positively, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 1st, 2d & 3d, 1864 : Having just concluded a season of fifteen nights at the Concert Hall, Philadelphia, (acknowledged by all the most successful engagement ever played in that city) are now en route for the West, and will perform in this city on the above nights. This company give an entire change of performance every night. The far-famed, world-renowned, original and only Morris' Minstrels! brass band and burlesque old folks' concert troupe! 19 established artists, from their opera house, Tremont Street, Boston. ... Five comedians, four balladists, seven musicians and three dancers. The only complete company organized--organized with great care for this season, 1864. ... Scenes from my boyhood ... Giving the sign, ... The veteran, ... The whole to conclude with the roaring farce, Black assurance: ... Cards of admission, 25 cts. Reserved seats, 25 cts. extra Doors open at a quarter-before 7. To commence at a quarter to 8 o'clock precisely. ... A free serenade in front of hall, previous to performance by Morris' Brass BandMorris' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaConcert Hall Chestnut Street, above Twelfth. Positively for two weeks only commencing Monday evening, Feb'y 8th, 1864. : An entire change of programme every other evening. The best band in the world, and undisputed champions of minstrelsy ... The far-famed, world-renowned, original, and only Morris' Minstrels! brass band and burlesque old folks concert troupe! From their opera house, Tremont Street, Boston. ... Six balladists, six comedians, six musicians, and three celebrated and unrivaled dancers: the only complete company at present organized. We court criticism and defy competition. ... The two musicians, ... Morris' burlesque old folks' concert, ... The whole to conclude with an entire new extravaganza, performed only by this company, entitled Life on the Mississippi! by the entire company. Admission twenty-five cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 7 3/4. Gentlemanly ushers in attendance. ... Free balcony serenade every night, in front of the hall, by Morris' Brass Band!Morris' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Saturday evening, December 24, 1864 Grand holiday pantomime, Cinderella, or The harlequin prince with new scenery, tricks, transformations, &c. Programme. ... The truants, ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8 Don't forget Monday afternoon--the great Christmas pantomime at 2 o'clock. Children admitted with their parents at 15 cents each, secure your seats early in the day.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's Opera House : Race Street, between Second and Third. Open every evening.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.).[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1864 or 1865?]
1864PennsylvaniaCity Hall, Burlington For two nights only, positively Thursday and Friday evenings, Feb. 25 and 26. : Having just concluded a season of fifteen nights at the Concert Hall, Philadelphia, (acknowledged by all the most successful engagement ever played in that city) are now en route for the West, and will perform in this city on the above nights. This company give an entire change of performance every night. The far-famed, world-renowned, original and only Morris' Minstrels! brass band and burlesque old folks' concert troupe! 19 established artists, from their opera house, Tremont Street, Boston. ... Five comedians, four balladists, seven musicians and three dancers. The only complete company organized--organized with great care for this season, 1864. ... Scenes from my boyhood ... Giving the sign ... The veteran, ... The whole to conclude with the roaring farce, Black assurance: ... Cards of admission, 25 cts. Reserved seats, 25 cts. extra Doors open at a quarter-before 7. To commence at a quarter to 8 o'clock precisely. ... A free serenade in front of hall, previous to performance by Morris' Brass BandMorris' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaFattie Stewart's Apollo Free Concert Hall. : Fattie Stewart, proprietor J.E. Gilligan, stage manager Prof. Robinson, leader of orchestra We strive to please! Success rewards our efforts! Entire change of programme. Look at the talent. Miss Ida Furr, Mr F. Alexander, Mr Samuel Williams, Miss Martin, Mr J.E. Gilligan, Mr Robinson, Mast. Tommy, Fattie Stewart! Programme for this evening ... Not to be shaken ... Grand posturing act, ... The bill-posters' dream! ... He would be an actor! ... A nigger in a fix! ... The whole to conclude with scenes from the opera of Lucia di Lammermoor in which the whole company will appear. Admission, ten cents including refreshment ticket, doors open at 7. Commence quarter to 8 No boys admitted. Best of liquors, cigars and lager beer, constantly on hand at the bar.Fattie Stewart's Apollo Free Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, [1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaStewart's New Apollo Music Hall! : 609 Chestnut Street, and 608, 610 and 612 Jayne Street, (entrance on Chestnut Street.) J.C. Stewart, sole proprietor Fred Shaw, stage manager Prof. Knoth, musical director Read the names!! First week of Fred Shaw the American extemporaneous comic vocalist. Miss Carrie Leon, Miss Kate Covington, Miss Cassie, Leonard, Miss Ella Wilson, Miss Sallie Collins, M'lle Henrietta, Miss Ida May, Miss Augusta Francis, the Francis Brothers Mr D.W. Collins, Mr J.T. Mason, Mr Frank Howard, Mr W.F. Mullin, Mr Brooks, Master Tommy, the wonderful Santa Anna, and Fattie Stewart! the prince of Ethiopian comedians and comic delineators. ... Row at the Academy of Music ... The whole to conclude with a scene fron The 3 fast men! ... Prices of admission. Parquet, 15 cts Orchestra seats, 25 " Private boxes, {dollar}5 00 Seat in do. 50 cts Doors open at 7. Commence quarter to 8Fattie Stewart's New Apollo Music Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Building, [1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Sanford's Troupe! Tuesday evening, December 20th, '64 Go see the star troupe Nino Eddie one week more! Programme. ... Strange scenes from The stranger ... Our ancestors! ... Sublime & ridiculous ... To conclude with a new plantation walkaround ... The holiday pantomime Harlequin, prince and Cinderella! Saturday evening, Dec. 24. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Tuesday evening, Nov. 15th, 1864 Second night of the largest and best company of minstrels! in this or any other country. ... Mr Samuel S. Sanford, manager Mr Harry Rainor, stage manager Capt. Thos. G. Funston, treasurer Mr Geo. Wunderlich, scenic artist The opera house has undergone a thorough renovation, papering, upholstery, gas-fixtures, painting--together with a new and beautiful drop curtain by Mr. George Wunderlich. Programme: ... The exempts ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Dan Gardner's farce of Fanny's serenade ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra chairs, 50 cents. Private boxes 1, 2, 3 and 4, dress circle, {dollar}5. Private boxes 1, 2, 3 and 4, family circle, {dollar}4. The box office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and the disposal of private boxes In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaInstitute Hall, Wilmington for one night only. Sanford's Opera Troupe : This far-famed Philadelphia institution will appear at the above hall, on Saturday evening, Nov'r 12th, 1864, the whole under the immediate direction of Samuel S. Sanford! proprietor and manager, (of Sanford's Opera Houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.) The company: as presented on this occasion, is far superior to any ever offered to the public, giving more novelties than heretofore, among which are The exempts--Les miserables--The ghost! and other rare and attractive acts, as only done by Sanford's Troupe. ... Admission to all parts of the hall, 50 cents Children, with their parents, 25 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaFattie Stewart's Melodeon 609 Chestnut St. : Lessee and manager, J.C. Stewart Leader of orchestra, J. Robinson Veni! Vidi! Vici! And we still live! Occular demonstration is the surest proof that our performances are plus ultra. New stars. New acts and burlesques!! Engagement of Johnny Mitchell, ... Billy Chambers, ... Miss Rosa Chambers. Mast. Tommy, Sammy Williams, ... Together with all the old favorites--J.E. Gilligan, Kathleen Covington, Prof. Robinson, H.W. Speigle, Signor Watselman, Leon Berger, and the ever-popular Fattie Stewart! Programme extraordinary! ... Babes in the wood ... All for ducats, ... Downfall of Africa, ... The whole to conclude with a new plantation scene in which the whole company will appear. Grand complimentary benefit to Fattie Stewart for which 99 performers have kindly volunteers, on Thursday, Oct. 20. Admission, ten cents Doors open at 7 1/2 o'clock. To commence at 8. Wines, liquors, beer and cigars, constantly kept at the bar, and served by polite and attentive waiters. Any overcharge or not returning right change by waiter, patrons will please report at the bar.Fattie Stewart's Melodeon.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaWashington Hall One night only, positively, Monday evening, Feburary 29, 1864. : Entire change of programme. Everything new! Crowded houses nightly! Everybody delighted! Patronized by the first families in the city! Morris' Minstrels brass band and burlesque old folks' concert troupe! To obtain good seats, come early! Tickets can be had at the hall from 10 to 12, A.M. 3 splendid burlesques this evening! Opera, farce, burlesque and comedy this evening. ... The busted note: ... The stupid servant! ... The whole to conclude with the plantation scene, Jack on the green! by the entire company. Cards of admission, 25 cts. Reserved seats, 25 cts. extra Doors open at a quarter-before 7. To commence at a quarter to 8 o'clock precisely. ... A free serenade in front of hall, previous to performance by Morris' Brass BandMorris' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaStewart's New Apollo Concert Hall. : Fattie Stewart, proprietor Fred Alexander, stage manager Prof. Knouth, leader of orchestra Read the names. M'lle Mazora Arnoldi, Miss Carrie Leon, Miss Ella Wilson, Miss Sallie Collins, Miss Kate Covington, Miss Henrietta, Miss Lizzie Wells, Miss Emma Sager, Miss Clara Devere, F. Alexander, Dan. W. Collins, J.T. Mason, Santa Anna, Mr Brooks, F. Myers, Master Tommy, Mr Smyth, the Francis Brothers Fattie Stewart! Programme for this evening ... School in an uproar ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with Lucretia boards-here or, Scenes from the opera. On Thursday evening, December 29th, re-appearance of J.T. Mason Prices of admission. Parquet, 15 cts. Orchestra seats, 25 " Private boxes, {dollar}5 00 Seat in do. 50 cts Doors open at 7. Commence quarter to 8Fattie Stewart's New Apollo Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, Wm. Early ... Immense success of Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite--also of Jimmy Quinn, the great Ethiopian comedian. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Othello: ... Pilgrim fathers, ... Wonderful imitations! ... Intrusive nigger! ... Ten-pin Johnny ... Castinet duet ... To conclude with, for three nights only, the laughable negro farce of Two in a bed ... Thursday night, Feb. 4, benefit of Billy Boyd on which occasion will be produced The Virginny mummy. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaCity Hall, Burlington Second & positively last night this Friday evening, Feb. 26, 1864. : Entire change of programme. Everything new! Crowded houses nightly! Everybody delighted! Patronized by the first families in the city! Morris' Minstrels brass band and burlesque old folks' concert troupe! To obtain good seats, come early! Tickets can be had at the hall from 10 to 12, A.M. 3 splendid burlesques this evening! Opera, farce, burlesque and comedy this evening. ... The busted note: ... The stupid servant! ... The whole to conclude with the plantation scene, Jack on the green! by the entire company. Cards of admission, 25 cts. Reserved seats, 25 cts. extra Doors open at a quarter-before 7. To commence at a quarter to 8 o'clock precisely. ... A free serenade in front of hall, previous to performance by Morris' Brass BandMorris' Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Sanford's Troupe! Monday evening, December 19th, '64 Go see the star troupe Nino Eddie one week more! Programme. ... Strange scenes from The stranger ... Our ancestors! ... Sublime & ridiculous ... Frightened darkies! ... To conclude with a new plantation walkaround ... The holiday pantomime Harlequin, prince and Cinderella! Saturday evening, Dec. 24. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Monday evening, December 12th, 1864. First night of the wonder of the world, Nino Eddie the smartest boy of his age--being only eight years old; pronounced by all a more daring performer than Blondin! will appear every evening during the week. Dan Gardner, the greatest clown, will appear to his acts. First night of Mr. F. Myers Programme. ... Sanford's sketch, from the black letter of Shakspere, Romeo and Juliet! ... Just from the oil regions ... To conclude with the burlesque on Richard III ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Excursion! Free, to the city and back Sanford's complimentary benefit, on Saturday evening, Dec. 17th, 1864 Card.--The directors of the Market Street Ferry Company will, on the above evening, carry passengers to the city and return free on the above occasion, to those who will attend Sanford's benefit! Parties will purchase their tickets of Mr Pell, fruit stand, Market Street Ferry, Camden, who will give them a check to return. The boat will be in waiting at foot of Market St. S. side after termination of performance at 10 o'clock, thus enabling all parties to get to their homes in respectable time. The entertainment will comprise a great variety of minstrelsy! New acts, new songs, new pieces, new dances, by Sanford's Troupe! The wonder of the world, Nino Eddie will also appear on this occasion. The price of admission remains the same. Parquet and family circle, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 " Doors open quarter-past 6. To commence at quarter of 8. Terminating at or near 10. Mark!----By asking Mr. Pell for Sanford's tickets, at any of the above prices, your fare is included both ways---from Camden to the city, and from the city back.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTemperance Hall: Trenton. One night only Saturday evening, Aug. 20th, 1864. : Largest troupe in the world: two great companies combined! The original S.S. Sanford from his opera houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg--together with the inimitable Dick Parker! of Parker's Opera House, Alexandria, Va. This great combination most positively limit their engagement here to but one night. Each and every member of the combination is a brilliant star appearing in a programme, rich, rare and inimitable!! ... Sanford's great burlesque, The exempts! ... After which, Parker's laughable afterpiece, The village belle ... To conclude with How are you, greenbacks! by the entire company, Mark the price of admission: 30 cents to all parts of the house Children, with parents, 15 cents. Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. To commence at 8.Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor & manager Jas. W. Holden, leader of orchestra Andrew Enochs, door tender E. Buck, ticket agent Abe Lake, officer Immense success of the great star company Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Clubs are trumps ... Come down with the ducats! ... Old and young Bob! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable afterpiece of The manager in search of talent ... Remember, Thursday evening, is set apart for the grand complimentary testimonial to Harry Enochs on which occasion Miss Rose Shaw, Miss Julia Price, Fattie Stewart, Add Weaver, Billy Thomas and Fred Shaw will appear, by the kind permission of Mr. Fred. Aims. Mr. Gilligan, the celebrated Irish comic singer, has also kindly volunteered for the occasion; also, Master Daniels, the celebrated infant drummer; Mr. Peter Woods, the champion jig dancer, has also kindly volunteered, and a host of others. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director, Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, A. Lake ... Nellie Taylor & Ada Tesman! The beautiful vocalists. Billy Boyd, Tom Vance, Jimmy Quinn & Billy Wright the four funny fellows in new acts. This evening and every evening during the week the performance will conclude with the musical farce, entitled The Swiss cottage Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Malicious trespassing! ... Power of music! ... An affair of honor! ... Castinet duet, ... Backwoods echo! ... To conclude with the musical farce of The Swiss cottage ... Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent ... First appearance of Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, Miss Nellie Taylor! Aeso [sic], Miss Ella Ogden, the beautiful vocalist Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Take-it-and-leave, man! ... Imitations! by the great Billy Boyd ... Who stole them chickens ... 3 crows! ... To conclude with, and most positively the last week of the comic pantomime of Paul and Julia or Troubles in a kitchen. ... Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, Wm. Early ... First week of the Washington favorite, Miss Addie Johnson, first week of the celebrated Ethiopian comedian, Jimmy Quinn, immense success of Miss Nellie Taylor Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Adventures in an apple orchard ... Imitations ... Troublesome boy. ... Handy Andy, ... Run for life! ... To conclude with the Rush-in ball ... In active preparation and will shortly be produced, The Virginny mummy. Thursday evening, January 28th, benefit of Tom Vance. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, A. Lake Another bright star--Mr Leon Berger! The St. Louis favorite--his first appearance. The manager takes great pleasure to announce to his patrons that he has made an engagement, for one week longer, of the champion jig dancer of the world. Hank Mason! who challenges any man or boy, white or black, for one thousand dollars. Don't fail to see him, for this is your last chance prior to his departure for California. Nellie Taylor, Ada Tesman and Helene Smith. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Imitations by the great Billy Boyd. ... Deaf as a post! ... Running the blockade: ... The Crow family, ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce, entitled The old clock! ... Concluding with the grand plantation scene, entitled How are you, greenbacks? By the whole strength of the company. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Programme for this evening ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Handy Andy. ... To conclude with the opera of The rivals! ...Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTown Hall, Pottsville Friday evening, Aug. 12th, 1864. Positively last night : Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels! The great star troupe of the world direct from their opera house in Philadelphia appearing in their grand Ethiopian soirees, laughable burlesques! Plantation scenes, &c. This Friday evening, August 12th, 1864. ... The perfect cure ... The Pikes peakers! ... Damon and Pythias, ... Ten-pin Jack ... To conclude with the new plantation scene, entitled How are you, greenbacks? by the full company. Admission, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Commence a 8.Carncross & Dixey's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTown Hall for one night only. Sanford's Opera Troupe : This far-famed Philadelphia institution will appear at the above hall, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 25th, 1864, the whole under the immediate direction of Samuel S. Sanford! proprietor and manager, (of Sanford's Opera Houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.) The company: as presented on this occasion, is far superior to any ever offered to the public, giving more novelties than heretofore, among which are The exempts--Les miserables--The ghost! and other rare and attractive acts, as only done by Sanford's Troupe. ... Admission to all parts of the hall, 30 cents Children, twenty-five cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8 ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Thursday evening, December 1st, 1864 Immense success of the great pantomime, entitled The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington, by Sanford's Opera Troupe rivals of the Ravels in pantomime. Programme. ... The exempts!--the greatest burlesque of the day! ... Challenge dance ... I'm from the country ... To conclude with the pantomime of The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor & manager Jas. W. Holden, leader of orchestra Andrew Enochs, door tender E. Buck, ticket agent Abe Lake, officer First appearance in Philadelphia of the great western favorite banjo soloist and Ethiopian comedian, Charley Petre Immense success of the great Philadelphia favorite, Miss Nellie Taylor Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Ten-pin Johnny, ... Backwoods echo, ... Grand impalement feat, ... The school ... Two Dromios, ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce of The frisky cobbler and lazy tailor. ... Grand complimentary testimonial to Harry Enochs, tendered by his company, on Thursday evening, March 31st, 1864. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Thanksgiving bill! Afternoon & evening Afternoon, doors open quarter to 2. Commence quarter past 2. Evening, doors open half-past 6. Commencing half-past 7. Sanford's Opera Troupe in burlesque pantomome on the Ravels! The four lovers! Programme. ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Lawyer outdone! ... To conclude with the pantomime of The four lovers ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. On Monday, The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Monday evening, November 28, 1864 The great pantomime of Ye shoemaker and tailor of Kensington, by Sanford's Opera Troupe Programme. ... The exempts! ... Challenge dance ... I'm from the country ... To conclude with the pantomime of The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford Opera Hall! Third Street, Rear of Herr's Hotel. : Third season and a new comp'y The warmest and most comfortable place of amusement in the city! Houses crowded from pit to dome! and hundreds turned away nightly. Go and see Sanford's Opera Troupe, the excellence of whose performance is nightly attested by crowded and delighted audiences, composed of the elite and fashion of the city. The refined and chaste character of the entertainment, is remarked by all. ... Mr Sanford begs to call attention to the ladies and gentlemen of this city, that the season of 1864 will surpass all previous efforts. ... Also the leading stars of minstrelsy--among whom are the great Christy--the great Horn! the famous Brower--the famous White! and many other celebrities of minstrelsy Tickets 25 cts. Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, entire, {dollar}5. Single chairs, {dollar}1 each. Doors open 6 3/4; performance to commence at 7 1/2. Box office open from 10 A.M., till 1 P.M.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : the temple of minstrelsy in which are given chaste and drawing-room amusements, by Sanford's Opera Troupe! comprising a combination of vocalists, musicians, comedians & artists of the highest order of merit! The convenient locality of this elegant institution, (being accessible by city passenger cars,) recommends itself to every citizen and stranger. Music, song and poetry is the theme for all, and in the manner presented by Sanford, fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers may attend and enjoy a treat free from all that could offend the most fastidious. ... Look at the novelty Wednesday evening, Dec. 7th 1864. Programme. ... Der Deitcher's dog, ... Sublime & ridiculous! ... To conclude with T.D. Rice's farce of The Virginia mummy ... East Lynne on Thursday ev'ng On Monday next, the wonder of the world. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaHave you seen Sanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third? : Sanford's Troupe now performing to the largest audiences ever assembled to witness minstrelsy Look out for Thanksgiving day and night! The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington. Admission, 25 and 50 centsSanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTemperance Hall, Trenton for two nights only. Sanford's Opera Troupe : This far-famed Philadelphia institution will appear at the above hall, on Friday and Saturday evenings, Oct. 28th and 29th, 1864 the whole under the immediate direction of Samuel S. Sanford! proprietor and manager, (of Sanford's Opera Houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.) The company: as presented on this occasion, is far superior to any ever offered to the public, giving more novelties than heretofore, among which are The exempts--Les miserables--The ghost! and other rare and attractive acts, as only done by Sanford's Troupe. ... Admission to all parts of the hall, 30 cents Children, twenty-five cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8 ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Fourth week of the new opera house Monday evening, December 5th, 1864 Sanford's Opera Troupe with a grand entertainment of minstrelsy. Programme. ... Der Dutcher's [sic] dog, ... Sublime & ridiculous! ... To conclude with T.D. Rice's farce of The Virginia mummy ... In preparation, the opera of Bone Squash. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe celebrated combination troupe, Green & Dale's Minstrels, and Burlesque Opera Troupe fifteen star performers. This unequaled company of talented artists will give two of their select soirees de Ethiope at the above place, on Monday and Tuesday evenings, March 21st and 22d, 1864, when a new and varied entertainment will be presented. Change of programme each evening! The repertoire of the company being very extensive. ... Programme. ... Talent in demand ... Pomp's mishaps, ... The crows! ... The two thespians, ... Ole Bull in a tight place ... The whole to conclude with the new plantation scene, entitled Heigh, Daddy in which all the company will appear. Cards of admission, 25 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at quarter of 8. Front seats reserved for ladies and escorts.Green & Dale's Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Printing Office, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Fourth week of the new opera house Tuesday evening, December 6th 1864 Unprecedented success! of Sanford's Opera Troupe Look at the great variety! Programme. ... Der Deitcher's dog, ... Sublime & ridiculous! ... To conclude with T.D. Rice's farce of The Virginia mummy ... On Monday next, The wonder of the world! Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : the temple of minstrelsy in which are given chaste and drawing-room amusements, by Sanford's Opera Troupe! comprising a combination of vocalists, musicians, comedians & artists of the highest order of merit! The convenient locality of this elegant institution, (being accessible by city passenger cars,) recommends itself to every citizen and stranger. Music, song and poetry is the theme for all, and in the manner presented by Sanford, fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers may attend and enjoy a treat free from all that could offend the most fastidious. ... Friday evening, Dec. 9th, 1864. ... Programme. ... Der Deitcher's dog, ... After which a burlesque scene on East Lynne. ... To conclude with T.D. Rice's farce of The Virginia mummy ... Monday next, the wonder of the world, Nino Eddie, the infant Blondin. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Friday evening, December 2d, 1864, last night but one of The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington, by Sanford's Opera Troupe rivals of the Ravels in pantomime. Programme. ... The exempts!--the greatest burlesque of the day! ... Challenge dance ... I'm from the country ... To conclude with the pantomime of The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ... Monday evening, The mummy. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor & manager Jas. W. Holden, leader of orchestra Andrew Enochs, door tender E. Buck, ticket agent Abe Lake, officer Second week of Philadelphia's favorite Ethiopian comedian, Fattie Stewart! First appearance of the beautiful danseuse, Miss Emma Gardiner. Mortimer Williams in his celebrated measure dance, (original,) dancing inside and outside of a half-bushel measure. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Jem and Jack rag! ... Oh! Tell, oh! or, Dere's de money. ... Not to be shaken! ... The whole to conclude with the laughable extravaganza of Moonlight scenes on the plantation. By the whole company. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, Wm. Early ... First week of the accomplished vocalist, Miss Ada Tesman! Second successful week of the sweet balladist, Miss Nellie Taylor! Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Take-it-and-leave, man! ... Dumb man of Gin-o-ah ... Imitations! ... An awkward predicament! ... The adventures of a lieutenant ... To conclude with the laughable afrerpiece [sic] The Rush-in ball: ... Thursday evening, Jan. 14th, benefit of Helene Smith Friday evening, Jan. 15th, benefit of a wounded soldier of the 118th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday evening, Dec'r 29th, 1864, immense success of the holiday pantomime!! Ladies and their children out en masse. Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Programme. ... That's my boy. ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8 Second day performance Monday, January 2d, 1865, order of the day--The pantomime of Cinderella will be performed at 10 o'clock, A.M., especially for the poor, who are unable to spend their money for amusements. A few reserved seats for those who wish to pay. The proceeds to be devoted to the poor. Immediately after this performance, 2000 loaves of fresh hot bread! will be distributed to the poor. A grand extra afternoon performance, half-past 2 o'clock, when the minstrels will perform and the pantomime will be presented.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Wednesday evening, Nov'r 30, 1864 Immense success of the great pantomime, entitled The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington, by Sanford's Opera Troupe rivals of the Ravels in pantomime. Programme. ... The exempts!--the greatest burlesque of the day! ... Challenge dance ... I'm from the country ... To conclude with the pantomime of The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaImmense attraction! Benefit of Yankee Robinson! and last night but one of his engagement! : Friday eve'ng, Feb. 19th, 1864 First time of a new national equestrian drama, in three acts, written by John F. Poole, Esq., entitled the Battle of Gettysburg! or, The Yankee scout: ... To commence with the beautiful comedietta, entitled A wife for a day! ... Mr Charles Clyde the strongest man in the world, (a former pupil of Yankee Robinson's) has kindly volunteered, and will lift 14 men! Burlesques, ballets, farces, dramas, Ethiopian acts, songs, dances, &c., &c. Edwin Blanchard and his trained dogs will appear on Monday next. The celebrated La Belle Oceana is engaged, and will shortly appear. Saturday afternoon, ladies' matinee, commencing at 2 o'clkContinental Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, A. Lake ... The manager takes great pleasure to announce to his patrons that he has made an engagement, for one week only, commencing Monday evening, Feb. 22d, with the champion jig dancer of the world, Hank Mason! who challenges any man or boy, white or black, for one thousand dollars. Don't fail to see him. Miss Nellie Taylor & Ada Tesman the immense favorites. Boyd, Williams, Quinn, Sparks, Wright and Enochs the great Ethiopian comedians, in new acts. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Take-it-and-leave, man! ... Colored philosophers! ... The garroters! ... Castinet duet, ... Run for life ... To conclude (by request) with the musical farce of The Swiss cottage ... Thursday evening, grand complimentary benefit to Hank Mason, on which occasion a splendid silver-mounted banjo will be presented to the best banjoist; also a silver goblet to the best jig dancer. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Sanford's Opera Troupe! The great originators and pioneers of Ethiopian amusement! and projectors of burlesque opera. Sanford's new house the best in the city, with the largest company in the world. Admission, 25cents Orchestra 50 cts. Private boxes, {dollar}5, {dollar}4 and {dollar}3.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Phila., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaCanterbury Music Hall, N.W. cor. Fifth & Chestnut Sts : Sole lessee, John H. Chilcott Business manager, John Cathcart Stage manager, Ed. Preble Novelty succeeds novelty New faces! New acts! Entire change of programme! Benefit of Billy Holmes! This evening. Engagement of the charming vocalist, for a limited period, Louisa Wells. Engagement of the great Ethiopian comedian and bone soloist, J. Clark Wells Mast. Bobby, ... Mary Warren, ... Tom Brookfield ... Programme for this evening ... Canterbury Minstrels. ... Devil in a pawn shop ... Magic influence! ... Two gladiators! ... The performance to conclude with the laughable afterpiece, entitled The Irish pedlar! ... Doors open at 6 o'clock. Commence at 8. Admission, 10 and 20 cts. Private boxes, {dollar}3. Single seats, 50 cents. The great extemporaneous and comic singer, Fred Shaw, will appear on Wednesday evening, December 7th, 1864.Canterbury Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Tuesday evening, December 13th, 1864. Second night of the wonder of the world, Nino Eddie the smartest boy of his age--being only eight years old; pronounced by all a more daring performer than Blondin! will appear every evening during the week. Dan Gardner, the greatest clown, will appear to his acts. Sanford's Troupe! The best minstrels in the world. Programme. ... Sanford's sketch, from the black letter of Shakspere, Romeo and Juliet! ... Just from the oil regions ... To conclude with the burlesque on Richard III ... Friday evening, benefit of Nino Eddie Look out for the "Frightened family." Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaMasonic Hall, Easton for two nights only. Sanford's Opera Troupe : This far-famed Philadelphia institution will appear at the above hall, on Wednesday & Thursday evenings, Oct. 26 and 27, 1864 the whole under the immediate direction of Samuel S. Sanford! proprietor and manager, (of Sanford's Opera Houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.) The company: as presented on this occasion, is far superior to any ever offered to the public, giving more novelties than heretofore, among which are The exempts--Les miserables--The ghost! and other rare and attractive acts, as only done by Sanford's Troupe. ... Admission to all parts of the hall, 30 cents Children, twenty-five cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8 ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Monday evening, December 12th, 1864. First night of the wonder of the world, Nino Eddie the smartest boy of his age--being only eight years old; pronounced by all a more daring performer than Blondin! will appear every evening during the week. Dan Gardner, the greatest clown, will appear to his acts. First night of Mr. F. Myers Programme. ... Sanford's sketch, from the black letter of Shakspere, Romeo and Juliet! ... Just from the oil regions ... To conclude with the burlesque on Richard III ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Saturday evening, December 3d, 1864, last night of The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington, by Sanford's Opera Troupe rivals of the Ravels in pantomime. Programme. ... The exempts!--the greatest burlesque of the day! ... Challenge dance ... I'm from the country ... To conclude with the pantomime of The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ... Mr. Sanford will commence a series of T.D. Rice's plays, with The mummy, followed by Bone Squash, Jumbo Jum, &c., &c. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : the temple of minstrelsy. Grand gala night! Saturday, Dec. 10th in which are given chaste and drawing-room amusements, by Sanford's Opera Troupe! Programme. ... Der Deitcher's dog, ... After which a burlesque scene on East Lynne. ... To conclude with T.D. Rice's farce of The Virginia mummy ... Monday next, the wonder of the world, Nino Eddie, the infant Blondin. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaConcert Hall Newark. Positively two nights only : Saturday & Monday eve'ngs, May 14th & 16th, '64. First appearance of the world-renowned Tacon Ballet and Pantomime Troupe! in conjuction with the great New York Ethiopian and variety combination! ... Miss Eva Brent ... M'lle Marie Bertha ... Mr. Geo. W. Smith ... The embodiment of comic humor, the great pantomimists, Sig. Grimaldi Wheitoff and Mr. J.R. White ... Those irrepressible Ethiopian sons of Momus, Mr. Johnny Wild, the eccentric Mr. Ed. Wray, the unrivaled [b]anjoist, and Mr. Harry Kelly, the celebrated clogist and comedian. ... The musical organization under the direction of Mr. John Ritter, the popular conducteur de orchestre. Herr Stradder, the eminent pianist, and an efficient orchestra The entertainments will embrace artistic singing, beautiful ballets, graceful pas seuls, comic pantomimes and Ethiopian eccentricities. Tickets to all parts of the house, 25 cents Doors open at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Curtin rise at 8 precisely.Tacon Ballet and Pantomime Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor & manager Jas. W. Holden, leader of orchestra Andrew Enochs, door tender E. Buck, ticket agent Abe Lake, officer First appearance of Philadelphia's favorite Ethiopian comedian, Fattie Stewart First appearance of the beautiful danseuse, Miss Emma Gardiner. Engagement, for this week only, at a great expense, the wonder of the world, George Wambold, the boneless man. First appearance of Mortimer Williams in his celebrated measure dance, (original,) dancing inside and outside of a half-bushel measure. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Not to be shaken! ... Le diable d'Chaneau, ... Little Furgy, ... An affair of honor ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce of The black filly or, The blundering Irishman. ... Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaWallack Combination Troupe! and monster gift enterprise : The greatest variety company in the world, consisting of the most dintinguished artists from the principal theatres in the Union, will exhibit at Temperance Hall, positively two nights only, Thursday and Friday evenings, April 21st and 22d Change of programme each evening ... Programme. ... Old heads & young hearts ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce, entitle The Irish pedlar ... The gifts. The manager wishes it to be distinctly understood that no charge will be made for the gifts, but for the performance only. No game of chance or lottery will be connected in any way with the distribution of presents. The manager also invites the public to investigate, and see that the distribution is done according to the advertisement. ... Admission, 25 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8.Wallack Combination Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philad'a., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : the temple of minstrelsy in which are given chaste and drawing-room amusements, by Sanford's Opera Troupe! comprising a combination of vocalists, musicians, comedians & artists of the highest order of merit! The convenient locality of this elegant institution, (being accessible by city passenger cars,) recommends itself to every citizen and stranger. Music, song and poetry is the theme for all, and in the manner presented by Sanford, fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers may attend and enjoy a treat free from all that could offend the most fastidious. ... Thursday evening, Dec. 8th, 1864. ... Programme. ... Der Deitcher's dog, ... After which a burlesque scene on East Lynne. ... To conclude with T.D. Rice's farce of The Virginia mummy ... Monday next, the wonder of the world, Nino Eddie, the infant Blondin. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Tuesday evening, December 27, 1864 Grand holiday pantomime, Cinderella, or The harlequin prince Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Programme. ... The truants, ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8 Second day performance Monday, January 2d, 1865, order of the day---Bread to the poor at 11 o'clock. Afternoon performance at quarter-past 2 o'clock. Evening, at half-past 7.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday evening, Decem'r 22, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the above place, that he claims to be the first who ever established a place for family resort in this city, viz: at his Twelfth Street Opera House, (which was destroyed by fire, December 21st, 1853;) also at his Eleventh Street Opera House, which, for respectability, did command as many ladies! as any family resort in the world. Now, that he has invested a few thousand dollars in converting the old Olympic (late Varieties) into a respectable place of amusement! he distinctly wishes to impress upon the public that he has a first-class opera house, ... Programme. ... Strange scenes from The stranger ... Handy Andy ... Our ancestors! ... To conclude with a new plantation walkaround ... The holiday pantomime Harlequin, prince and Cinderella! Saturday evening, Dec. 24. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor & manager Jas. W. Holden, leader of orchestra Andrew Enochs, door tender E. Buck, ticket agent Abe lake, officer First appearance of Jno. E. Gilligan the great Irish comic singer. Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Ten-pin Johnny, ... Household troubles, ... Simmons outdone! ... Young Eph's lament, ... Troubadors! ... Great impalement feat ... Aquatic sportsmen, ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce of Uncle Jeff's return ... Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaOdd Fellows' Hall, Frankford for one night only. Sanford's Opera Troupe : This far-famed Philadelphia institution will appear at the above hall, on Thursday evening, Nov'r 10th, 1864, the whole under the immediate direction of Samuel S. Sanford! proprietor and manager, (of Sanford's Opera Houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.) The company: as presented on this occasion, is far superior to any ever offered to the public, giving more novelties than heretofore, among which are The exempts--Les miserables--The ghost! and other rare and attractive acts, as only done by Sanford's Troupe. ... Admission to all parts of the hall, 30 cents Children, twenty-five cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House : Programme: ... The exempts, ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Dan Gardner's farce of Fanny's serenade ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaContinued success Crowded houses. Open every night : The best company in the city Look at the names: Miss Anna Winslow in a choice selection of songs. Miss Kate Clare in popular acts and champion jigs. Miss Ella Ogden, the popular young vocalist. Miss Anna Clare, the favorite and faney [sic] danseuse. Bob Sheppard! in his popular acts, and his celebrated and unrivaled scene of Old Bob Ridley. Bob Harrison, the most versatile performer on the stage, and the ne plus ultra of darkies. M.A. Leavitt, balladist and Ethiopian comedian. Geo. Burton in his unparalleled impalement act! The most startling performance on record. F. Solomon, violinist. J. Londman, violinist. Prof. Rodman, bass. Admission: 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, single seats, 50 cents.Coates Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaOpening night Saturday evening, Jan. 2d, 1864. Two companies! : Engagement, for six nights, of the wonder of the world, Mr. Charles Clyde the American Samson, ... Look at the names, amongst whom will be found the following: Miss Annie Winsloe, vocalist and comedienne. Miss Kate Clare, the celebrated jig dancer. Miss Annie Clare, fancy and jig dancer. Clari Wilson, Effie Mendon, Old Bob Sheppard the unrivaled contraband and "original" Old Bob Ridley. Bobby Harrison, champion bone player. Andy Williams, banjoist. H. Miller, Harry Clifton the artistic pianist. John H. Donnel, violinist. J. Plumer, basso profundo. N. Clark, John Weaver, comedian. The above talented performers will appear in a variety of songs, duets, dances, laughable farces, burlesques, ballets, pantomimes, negro extravaganzas, &c. &c. Admission. Parquet, 15 cents Gallery, 10 cents. Private boxes, three dollars Single seats in private boxes, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8. Novelties will be produced in rapid succession For particulars see programmes. An efficient police force is engaged to preserve strict order.Coates Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Sanford's complimentary benefit, on Saturday evening, Dec. 17th, 1864 on which occasion a bill of rare attraction will be presented. Sam Long, the great clown will sing his last new songs. Larry Tooley, renowned dancer, will appear--together with Sanford's Troupe! ... Nino Eddie! in his great act of the tight rope. Miss Julia Sanford in her grand dance. Programme. ... Sanford's dramatic effect of "Villikins and his Dinah!" ... Brother Josh and Gus ... To conclude with Sanford's version of Uncle Tom's cabin ... Cinderella for the holidays! Look out for the "Frightened family." Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Friday evening, Nov. 18th, 1864. Fifth night. Sanford as Uncle Tom! The company has met the approval of the audience. The verdict has been proclaimed! A guaranty of permanence, the entertainment the best, and this to be the temple of minstrelsy. Look at the change on the third night! Programme. ... The exempts ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Sanford's sketch, entitled Happy Uncle Tom! ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine. Grand matinee on Thanksgiving Day! When children will be admitted at fifteen cents each.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaHere to-night! Sanford's Opera Troupe : This far-famed Philadelphia institution will appear this evening, the whole under the immediate direction of Samuel S. Sanford! proprietor and manager, (of Sanford's Opera Houses, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.) The company: as presented on this occasion, is far superior to any ever offered to the public, giving more novelties than heretofore--among which are The exempts--Les miserables--The ghost! and other rare and attractive acts, as only done by Sanford's Troupe. ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. ...Sanford's Opera Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaGrand complimentary benefit to Andy Williams and Billy Burr : on Wednesday eve'ng, Nov, 2d, '64 on which occasion the Jenks' Comedy Combination will appear in one of their screaming farces. ... Also, the Star Minstrels ... Admission, twenty-five cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performances commence at 8. Front seats reserved for ladies. Polite ushers will be in attendance. Programme. ... First time of Andy Williams' act, entitled Pepper-pot Jeemes ... By particular desire, will be repeated, The black statue! ... To conclude with the screaming farce of My neighbor's wife ...Jenks' Comedy Combination.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThis popular place of amusement will open for six nights only, : on Saturday evening, June 11th, 1864, for the purpose of producing the celebrated moral drama of Uncle Tom's cabin! with an excellent comp'y of first-class artists The drama will be produced with every attention to perfectness of detail and scenic requirements. We invite the attention of heads of families, wives and mothers, maidens and children, and the public generally to this announcement, assuring them that in return for the patronage we solicit, we will present an entertainment of the most pleasing and unexceptional character. ... Admission. Parquet 25 cents Tickets, admitting a gentleman and two ladies, 60 cents. Boxes, for colored persons 25c Gallery 15c Front seats reserved for ladies and children. Grand matinee, for families on Wednesday afternoon! ...Theatre and Music Hall (Wilmington, Del.)[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Thursday eve'ng, Nov. 17th, 1864. Fourth night. Success unprecedented!! The opening crowded with the elite of the city! Hundreds of ladies unable to get seats!! The company has met the approval of the audience. The verdict has been proclaimed! A guaranty of permanence, the entertainment the best, and this to be the temple of minstrelsy. Look at the change on the third night! Programme. ... The exempts ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Sanford's sketch, entitled Happy Uncle Tom! ... Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Saturday evening, November 26, 1864 House crowded to excess to witness Sanford's Opera Troupe 25 performers 25 Programme. ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Lawyer outdone! ... To conclude with the pantomime of The four lovers ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. On Monday, The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ...Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Friday evening, Decem'r 30th, 1864, immense success of the holiday pantomime!! Ladies and their children out en masse. Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Programme. ... That's my boy. ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8 Second day performance Monday, January 2d, 1865, order of the day--The pantomime of Cinderella will be performed at 10 o'clock, A.M., especially for the poor, who are unable to spend their money for amusements. A few reserved seats for those who wish to pay. The proceeds to be devoted to the poor. Immediately after this performance, 2000 loaves of fresh hot bread! will be distributed to the poor. A grand extra afternoon performance, half-past 2 o'clock, when the minstrels will perform and the pantomime will be presented.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : Tuesday evening, November 29, 1864 Immense success of the great pantomime, entitled The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington, by Sanford's Opera Troupe Programme. ... The exempts! ... Challenge dance ... I'm from the country ... To conclude with the pantomime of The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaCanterbury Music Hall, N.W. cor. 5th & Chestnut : Lessee and proprietor John H. Chilcott ... Programme. ... Canterbury Minstrels. ... Challenge jig, ... Surprise party, ... Schemmerhorn's boy! ... The whole to conclude with the plantation festival, entitled U.S.A. Look out for Thursday evening, when J.H. Jefferson, from Maguire's Opera House, will make his first appearance in this city in a roaring farce. Remember, Monday, Oct. 24th, when the world-renowned Scotch nightingale, will make her 1st appearance, Miss Kate A. Bell. Prices of admission. Private boxes, {dollar}2. Single seats, 50e [sic]. Parquet, 20c. First tier, 10c. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performances commence at quarter-past 8 The bar is stocked with the choicest liquors and cigars. Polite waiters in attendance.Canterbury Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaGrand variety concert for two nights only, : on Tuesday & Wednesday even'gs, Jan. 26 & 27 by Sam'l J. Murphy's Variety Company ... Programme. ... Minstrels! ... Turning the tables! ... To conclude with a celebrated walk-around composed expressly for this company. To-morrow evening will be another entertainment, with an entire change of programme. Cards of admission, 25 cts. to be had at the door. Front seats reserved for ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commences at 8Murphy's Variety Company.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent Officer, Wm. Early ... Immense success of the rival vocalists, Miss Nellie Taylor! and Miss Ada Tesman! Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Take-it-and-leave, man! ... The school, ... Bellows solo, with imitations! ... Two in a bed, or, Mrs. Skronshammer's adventures ... Comic trio! ... To conclude with the laughable extravaganza of the Aquatic sportsman! ... Thursday evening, January 28th, benefit of Tom Vance. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, {dollar}2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaGrand complimentary benefit to Billy Burr by his numerous friends, : on Friday evening, Feb. 12, 1864, on which occasion, a host of volunteers will appear, consisting of the following named artists: Mr. Ferdinand, in his champion bone solo. Billy Rose, the popular comic vocalist and Ethiopian comedian. Andy Williams, in his original banjo solos. Prof. Wm. Miller the great Wizard of the West. Mr. S. Stinson, the pleasing balladist. Mr. J.H. Barbour, in his excelsior jig. Mr. M. Lapierre, in choice Bomic [sic] songs, (first appearance in four years. Mr. Pete Williams, the great contraband. And also, The Aeolian Star Troupe ... More blunders than one ... Third time of Andy Williams' comic act, entitled The musician. ... The performance to conclude with the laughable farce, entitled Statue blanche! ... Admission. Parquet and gallery, 25 cents Secured seats in parquet, 35 cents Seats in private boxes, 50 cents Doors open quarter-before 7. Performance to commence quarter-before 8. Polite ushers in attendance.Coates Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaTriumphant success and crowded houses greet the performances at this popular temple of amusement! : Open every night with the best company in Philadelphia. Look at the array of talent: Miss Annie Winslow, vocalist and comedienne. Miss Kate Clare, the celebrated female jig dancer and vocalist. Miss Annie Clare, fancy and jig dancer. Miss Clari Berger comedienne. Old Bob Sheppard the great "original" Old Bob Ridley. Bill Laconta, the celebrated Ethiopian comedian and banjoist, (his first appearance.) Bobby Harrison, champion bone player and comedian. Prof. Harry Clifton, pianist. Herr Speigel, bass. Johann Fredemonia, cornet. S. Bartram. B. Walters, A. Addams, &c. Change of performance every ev'ng For particulars see programmes. In rehearsal, several new and laughable farces, in which John Weaver formerly of Welch's Nathional [sic] Amphitheatre and Barnum's Museum, will perform some of his favorite comic characters. Admission. Parquet, 15 cents Gallery, 10 cents Private boxes, three dollars Single seats in Private boxes, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8. An efficient police force is engaged to preserve strict order. Saturday afternoon, grand matinee for ladiesCoates Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third. : The public is respectfully informed that neither Coriolanus, nor that other sensation, East Lynne will be performed this evening, Friday, November 25 but an opportunity will be afforded to witness Sanford's Opera Troupe in burlesque pantomome on the Ravels! The four lovers! Programme. ... Strange scenes from the stranger ... Lawyer outdone! ... To conclude with the pantomime of The four lovers ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. On Monday, The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia Museum and Menagerie : No. 833 Market Street. Manager and proprietor Judge Ingalls Open for the season. The Maine giantess! The living skeleton! Re-modeled and improved! Repainted, papered decorated, &c., in short, all that could add to the comfort and convenience of visitors, has been secured, and no effort spared to render the Philadelphia Museum fully equal to any similar establishment in the world. A favorable opportunity to parents who wish to amuse and instruct their children in the great study of natural history, as this establishment contains a large collection of living animals, birds, snakes, &c. Among the many curiosities to be seen are the following: the greatest curiosity in the world, the wild boy captured in a savage state in Central Africa, ... A pair of living seals! ... Also, on exhibition, the grand stereopticon and panorama of the American War! ... Open daily from 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. Admission, 25 cts. Children, 15 cts. Great preparations are being made for the holidays.Philadelphia Museum and Menagerie.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philada., [1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Excursion! Free, to the city and back Sanford's complimentary benefit, on Saturday evening, Dec. 17th, 1864 Card.--The directors of the Southwark and Frankford Road will, on the above evening, carry passengers to the city and return free on the above occasion, to those who will attend Sanford's benefit! Parties will purchase their tickets of the conductors of the dummy engine cars, who will give them a check to return. Cars will be in waiting at the corner of 5th and Race! The performance terminating at 10 o'clock, thus enabling all parties to get to their homes in respectable time. The entertainment will comprise a great variety of minstrelsy! New acts, new songs, new pieces, new dances, by Sanford's Troupe! The wonder of the world, Nino Eddie will also appear on this occasion. The price of admission remains the same. Parquet and family circle, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 " Doors open quarter-past 6. To commence at quarter of 8. Terminating at or near 10. Mark!----By asking the conductor for Sanford's tickets, at any of the above prices, your fare is included both ways---from Frankford to Sixth and Race, from Fifth and Race back to Frankford.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Wednesday evening, December 14, 1864. Most extraordinary performance in the world by Nino Eddie The audience spell-bound at the most daring feat ever performed by man or boy. This wonderful act is alone worth the price of admission, independent of Sanford's Troupe! who are giving the most chaste and select entertainments in the city. Programme. ... Sanford's sketch, from the black letter of Shakspere, Romeo and Juliet! ... Just from the oil regions ... To conclude with the burlesque on Richard III ... Friday evening, benefit of Nino Eddie Sanford's benefit, Saturday evening! Secure your tickets in advance. Look out for the "Frightened family." Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday evening, December 15, 1864. Beauty & fashion all come to see the most extraordinary performance in the world, by Nino Eddie together with Sanford's Troupe! who are giving the most chaste and select entertainments in the city. Programme. ... Sanford's sketch, from the black letter of Shakspere, Romeo and Juliet! ... Music taught here ... To conclude with the burlesque on Richard III ... Friday evening, benefit of Nino Eddie Sanford's benefit, Saturday evening! Secure your tickets in advance. Look out for the "Frightened family." Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : Glorious bill! for Saturday evening, Nov. 19, '64. Sanford's great troupe! in all their original variety Sanford as Uncle Tom. Programme. ... The exempts ... Les Miserables! ... To conclude with Sanford's sketch, entitled Happy Uncle Tom! ... Doors open quarter-past 7 o'clock. Commence quarter before 8. Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. In preparation The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington in which Miss Julia Sanford will appear as Columbine. Grand matinee on Thanksgiving Day! When children will be admitted at fifteen cents each.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Buildings., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaA Democratic peace offered for the acceptance of Pennsylvania voters.Philadelphia: : [s.n.], 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe "Only alternative" : a tract for the timesPhiladelphia : H.B. Ashmead, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe presidential question.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1864?]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Freedman's friend.Philadelphia : Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen, 1864-1883.
1864PennsylvaniaThe new book of nonsense : a contribution to the Great Central Fair, Philadelphia, June 1864, in aid of the Sanitary Commission.[Philadelphia] Ashmead & Evans [c1864]
1864PennsylvaniaEmancipation in Maryland.Philadelphia : Ringwalt & Brown, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe will of the people.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster..Philadelphia: : A. Winch, 505 Chestnut Street., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaLife and public services of Major-General Butler. (Benjamin F. Butler.) : The hero of New Orleans : commander of the military department of Virginia and North Carolina : also commissioner for the exchange of prisoners.Philadelphia : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street, c1864.
1864PennsylvaniaAddress to the parishioners of St. Peter's Church, Pittsburg.[Pittsburgh, Pa. : s.n., 1864].
1864PennsylvaniaA workingman's reasons for the re-election of Abraham Lincoln.[Philadelphia : s.n ; 1864]
1864PennsylvaniaUncle Abe's comic almanac 1865.Philadelphia : Fisher & Brother, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaEleventh St. Opera House : Eleventh Street, above Chestnut. "The family resort." Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels ... Friday evening, Decem'r 30th, 1864 ...[Philadelphia] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaEleventh St. Opera House : Eleventh Street, above Chestnut. The family resort. Carncross and Dixeys Minstrels ... Tuesday evening, March 15th, 1864 ...[Philadelphia] : U.S. Steam-Power Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaWestern border life, or, What Fanny Hunter saw and heard in Kanzas [sic] and Missouri.Philadelphia : John E. Potter, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaDare to do right! : Reader, before you decide to vote at the coming presidential election, calmly consider and ponder over the truths contained in this brief tract.[Philadelphia] : Thomas Sinex, printer, [1864]
1864PennsylvaniaThe conspiracy trials of 1826 and 1827 : A chapter in the life of Jacob BarkerPhiladelphia : George W. Childs, 1864.
1864PennsylvaniaThe Wild woman; or, The wrecked heart. : Being the true autobiography of the "wild woman," who was recently exhibited at Cincinnati, and was rescued from her persecutors by the citizens of that city, and sent to the insane asylum at Dayton, Ohio. The history of this strange woman furnishes incidents of the most thrilling narrative ever written, and is now offered for the first time..Philadelphia : Published by Barclay & Co. No. 602 Arch Street., 1864..
1864PennsylvaniaThe great northern conspiracy of the "O. S. L.".[Philadelphia? : H.B. Ashmead?, 1864]
1864PortugalConsiderações sobre o transporte de pretos entre as colonias portuguezas d'AfricaLeão, José Barbosa.Lisboa : Typographia Universal, 1864.
1864Rhode IslandAnnual report of the Adjutant General of the State of Rhode Island for the year 1863.Rhode Island. Adjutant General's OfficeProvidence : A. Anthony, 1864.
1864Rhode IslandThe evils of slavery.[Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1864]
1864ScotlandThe Confederate secessionLothian, William Schomberg Robert Kerr, Marquess of, 1832-1870.Edinburgh and London : William Blackwood and Sons, MDCCCLXIV [1864]
1864ScotlandWhat led to the discovery of the source of the NileSpeke, John Hanning, 1827-1864.Edinburgh : William Blackwood and Sons, 1864.
1864South CarolinaGeneral orders from Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office, Confederate States Army, : from January, 1862, to December, 1863, (both inclusive.) : In two series.Confederate States of America. War Dept.Columbia: : steam-power presses of Evans & Cogswell., 1864.
1864South CarolinaA discourse before the General Assembly of South Carolina, on December 10, 1863 : appointed by the legislature as a day of fasting, humiliation and prayerPalmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902.Columbia (S.C.) : C.P. Pelham, 1864.
1864South CarolinaMarginalia, or, Gleanings from an army note-book.De Fontaine, F. G. (Felix Gregory), 1832-1896.Columbia, S.C.: : Steam Power-Press of F.G. DeFontaine & Co., 1864.
1864TennesseeAt a meeting in the Representatives Hall of the capitol of Tennessee : on the evening of September 12th, 1864, Col. R.D. Mussey, Judge J.M. Palmer, Dr. R.L. Stanford, and Captain J.F. Rusling were appointed to prepare an address expressive of the sentiments of the meeting. They submitted the following: To the loyal men and women of the loyal states---Greeting: We, officers and soldiers of the armies of the United States, stationed here, desire to join with you in devout ascriptions to the only giver of victory, ... Three years ago, when traitors attempted to destroy our nation, we all pledged ourselves to our country. ... We know that never before were the Rebels so nearly conquered. ... We have victory in our hands. If we fail to clutch it and retain it now, we are criminal, ... Believe not, brothers and sisters, we beseech you, those men, who preach a peace to be gained by our submission. ... Black men have in this war fought bravely for our flag, on the ocean and on the land. They have been true to our cause, and it would be monstrous injustice to allow them ever again to be held as chattels by the perjured traitors who once owned them. ... Brothers and sisters, we spurn the proffered "sympathy" of traitors who have never voted a man nor a dollar towards putting down this rebellion; and, not as partizans, nor politicians, but as patriots, we beg you, ... to elect Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. ...[Nashville, Tenn.? : s.n., 1864]
1864Undefined place of publicationThe presidency. Letter of General Dix to the Committee of the Mass Meeting in Philadelphia, October, 1864.Dix, John A.[S.l.,: s.n., 1864]
1864Undefined place of publicationThe war: a rebellion of the minority against the majority, to sustain slavery.Wright, Henry Clarke.[S.l.: s.n., 1864].
1864Undefined place of publicationThe future of the country[S.l. : s.n., 1864]
1864Undefined place of publicationTo working men : the war is now, thanks to Genl's Grant, Sherman and other heroes of our glorious army and navy, nearly brought to a successful end ...[S.l. : s.n., 1864?]
1864Undefined place of publicationChristianity versus treason and slavery : Religion rebuking sedition.[s.l. : s.n., 1864]
1864Undefined place of publicationThe times : chapter 1 : a million of men taken from the field of labor for the field of battle! ...[S.l. : s.n., 1864]
1864United StatesVision of Joseph Hoag.*.Hoag, Joseph, 1762-1846.[U.S. : s.n., ca. 1864]
1864United StatesJoseph Hoag's vision..Hoag, Joseph, 1762-1846.[U.S. : s.n., ca. 1864]
1864United StatesAddress of the National Democratic Committee. : The perils of the nation. Usurpations of the administration in Maryland and Tennessee. The remedy to be used.Democratic National Committee (U.S.)[United States : s.n., 1864.]
1864United StatesIntroductory statement in the case of charges preferred against Rev. John Thrush, preacher in charge of M'Kendree M.E. Church, Washington, D.C., to the Baltimore annual conference.Harkness, John Calvin, 1839-1902.[United States : s.n., 1864]
1864United StatesTo the laboring classes. : Do you not know by experience that if a man wants to hire a person to do a job of work, that he will hire the one who will work cheapest ....[U.S. : s.n., 1864?]
1864United StatesAbraham Lincoln.[United States? : s.n., 1864?]
1864United StatesCongressional record of Geo. H. Pendleton.[United States : s.n., 1864]
1864United StatesElect Lincoln and the Black Republican ticket : You will bring on Negro equality, more debt, harder times, another draft! universal anarchy, and ultimate ruin Elect M'Clellan and the whole Democratic ticket, you will defeat Negro equality, restore prosperity, re-establish the Union! in an honorable, permanent and happy peace.[United States : s.n., 1864]
1864United StatesAbraham Lincoln cannot restore the Union : His plan is the abandonment of slavery and nothing else. General M'Clellan can restore the Union! He says the Union is the one condition of peace! We ask no more![United States : s.n., 1864]
1864United StatesNew England fanaticism Who are the real disunionists? : In a speech at Framingham, Massachusetts, July 4th, 1863, Wendell Phillips, now the great apostle of abolition, said, "The Union without liberty (to the negroes,) is tenfold to-day more accursed than it was any time the last quarter of a century. ... The Rev. Dr. Tyng, at a meeting of thre Freedmen's Relief Society, New York November 9th, 1863, said, "No gradual emanipcation now. No compensated emanicpation now Now put the axe to the root of the tree, and down with it--down with it." ... Horace Greely, before any state had attempted to go out of the Union, said, "If the cotton states, unitedly and earnestly, wish to withdraw peacefully from the Union, we think they should and would be allowed to do so. ... In "Helper's impending crisis," published in 1860, a book that was recommended by the present Secretary of State, will be found (pages 155-6,) these words: "No Union with slaveholders; ineligibility of slaveholders to office; no recognition of pro-slavery men, except as ruffians, outlaws, and criminals."[United States : s.n., 1864]
1864VirginiaThe statutes at large of the Confederate States of America, : passed at the fourth session of the first congress; 1863--4. : Carefully collated with the originals at RichmondConfederate States of America.Richmond: : R.M. Smith, printer to Congress., 1864.
1864VirginiaA bill to organize forces to serve during the war.Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate[Richmond : s.n., 1864.]
1864VirginiaA bill to be entitled An act to consolidate and amend the laws relative to impressments.Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives[Richmond : s.n., 1864]
1864VirginiaA geography for beginnersStewart, K. J. (Kensey Johns)Richmond, Va. : J.W. Randolph, 1864.
1864VirginiaCommunication from secretary of war. : War Department, C.S.A., Richmond, Nov. 28, 1864.Confederate States of America. War Dept.[Richmond : s.n., 1864]
1864VirginiaGeneral orders from the Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, Confederate States Army, for the year 1863, : with a full index.Confederate States of America. War Dept.Richmond: : A. Morris, publisher. : Macfarlane & Fergusson, printers., 1864.
1864VirginiaReport of the Secretary of War.Confederate States of America. War Dept.[Richmond : s.n., 1864].
1864VirginiaReport of the Secretary of War.Confederate States of America. War Dept.[Richmond : s.n., 1864].
1864VirginiaA bill to be entitled An act to amend an act entitled an act to increase the efficiency of the army, by the employment of free negroes and slaves in certain capacities, : approved February 17th, 1864, and to repeal an act for the enlistment of cooks in the army, approved April 21st, 1862.Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives[Richmond : s.n., 1864.]
1864VirginiaReport of the special committee to inquire into certain outrages of the enemy.Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives[Richmond? : s.n., 1864.]
1864VirginiaSketches of the acts and joint resolutions of the General Assembly of Virginia, 1863-64.Virginia. General Assembly[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1864]
1864VirginiaAddress of Congress to the people of the Confederate States.Confederate States of America. Congress[Richmond : s.n., 1864]
1864VirginiaActs of the General Assembly of the state of Virginia : passed at session, 1863-4, in the eighty-eighth year of the commonwealth.Virginia.Richmond : William F. Ritchie, public printer, 1864.
1864VirginiaMaryland's hope : her trials and interests in connexion with the warBuchanan, W. Jefferson.[Richmond, Va.] : West & Johnston, 145 Main Street, Richmond, 1864.
1864VirginiaThe statutes at large of the Confederate States of America, : passed at the first session of the second congress; 1864. : Carefully collated with the originals at Richmond.Confederate States of America.Richmond: : R.M. Smith, printer to Congress., 1864.
1864VirginiaThe statutes at large of the provisional government of the Confederate States of America, : from the institution of the government, February 8, 1861, to its termination, February 18, 1862, inclusive. : Arranged in chronological order. : Together with the Constitution for the provisional government, and the permanent Constitution of the Confederate States, and the treaties concluded by the Confederate States with Indian tribes.Confederate States of America.Richmond: : R.M. Smith, printer to Congress., 1864.
1864WisconsinLogic of history : Five hundred political texts; being concentrated extracts of abolitionism; also, results, of slavery agitation and emancipation; together with sundry chapters on despotism, usurpations and fraudsCarpenter, S. D. (Stephen Decatur), 1821-1906.Madison, Wis. : S.D. Carpenter, Publisher, 1864.
1865BrazilAs exequias de Abrahão Lincoln presidente dos Estados-Unidos da America : com um esboço biographico do mesmo offerecido ao povo brasileiroConceição, José Manoel da, 1822-1872.Rio de Janeiro : publicada e á venda em casa de Eduardo & Henrique Laemmert 77, Rua da Quitanda, 77, [1865?].
1865CaliforniaA discourse delivered in the Howard Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, Thanksgiving Day, December 7th, 1865Scudder, Henry Martyn, 1822-1895.San Francisco : Towne & Bacon, Printers, 1865.
1865CanadaThe memorial address on Abraham Lincoln, : delivered at the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, Saint John, N.B. June 1, 1865. At the invitation of the citizens.Ellis, Charles M. (Charles Mayo), 1818-1878.Saint John, N.B.: : J. & A. McMillan, 78 Prince Wm. Street,, 1865..
1865CanadaMaple leaves from Canada : for the grave of Abraham LincolnNorton, Robert.St. Catherines : E.S. Leavenworth, 1865.
1865ConnecticutDiscourse preached in the South Congregational Church, Middletown, Ct., on the Sabbath morning after the assassination of President Lincoln.Dudley, John Langdon, 1812-1894.Middletown: : D. Barnes., 1865.
1865ConnecticutNurse and spy in the Union army: : comprising the adventures and experiences of a woman in hospitals, camps, and battle-fields.Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898.[Hartford, Conn.] : Published by subscription only by W.S. Williams & Co., Hartford, Conn. ; [Philadelphia and Cincinnati] : Jones Bros. & Co., Philadelphia and Cincinnati. ; [Chicago] : J.A. Stoddard & Co., Chicago, Ill. ; [Hartford] : Printed by Wiley, Waterman, & Eaton, Hartford, Conn., 1865..
1865ConnecticutThe secret service : the field, the dungeon, and the escapeRichardson, Albert D. (Albert Deane), 1833-1869.Hartford, Conn. : American publishing company, 1865.
1865ConnecticutThe punishment of treason. : A discourse preached April 23d, 1865, in the South Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn,Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), 1812-1891.Brooklyn: : "The Union" Steam Presses, 10 Front Street., 1865..
1865District of ColumbiaA republican form of government : our first duty and the essential condition of peace : bills and resolutionsSumner, Charles, 1811-1874.[Washington : s.n., 1865]
1865District of ColumbiaProtection of freedmen : actual condition of the rebel states : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the bill to maintain the freedom of the inhabitants in the states declared in insurrection and rebellion by the proclamation of the President of July 1, 1862 : delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 20, 1865.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Washington : Congressional Globe Office, 1865.
1865District of ColumbiaOfficial army register of the Volunteer Force of the United States Army for the years 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65.United States. Adjutant-General's OfficeWashington, D.C. : Government Printing Office, 1865-67.
1865District of ColumbiaSufferings endured for a free government : or, A history of the cruelties and atrocities of the rebellionWilson, Thomas L.Washington : The author, 1864.
1865District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John A.J. Creswell, of Maryland, on the on the [sic] proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 5, 1865.Creswell, John A. J. (John Angel James), 1828-1891.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed by L. Towers, at {dollar}2 50 per hundred., [1865].
1865District of ColumbiaMessage of the President of the United States : communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant, information in relation to the states of the Union lately in rebellion, accompanied by a report of Carl Schurz on the states of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, also a report of Lieutenant General Grant, on the same subject.United States. President (1865-1869 : Johnson)[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1865]
1865District of ColumbiaThe practice of justice our only security for the future. : Remarks of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, in support of his proposed amendment to the bill "To guaranty to certain states whose governments have been usurped or overthrown a republican form of government;" : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1865..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Washington: : [s.n.], 1865..
1865District of ColumbiaA free and impartial exposition of the causes which led to the failure of the Confederate States to establish their independenceTansill, Robert.Washington : [s.n.], 1865.
1865District of ColumbiaThe inaugural address of President Abraham Lincoln, : delivered at the National Capitol, March 4th, 1865. ...Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1865]
1865District of ColumbiaAmendment of the Constitution to prohibit slavery : speech of Hon. Glenni W. Scofield of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 6, 1865, in reply to the Hon. James Brooks.Scofield, Glenni W. (Glenni William), 1817-1891.[Washington, D.C.] : Gibson Bros., Printers, 1865.
1865District of ColumbiaManhood the basis of suffrage. : Speech of Hon. Michael Hahn, of Louisiana, delivered before the National Equal Suffrage Association of Washington, on Friday evening, November 17, 1865..Hahn, Michael, 1830-1886.[Washington, D.C.] : Jos. L. Pearson, printer, 511 9th St., Washington., [1865]
1865District of ColumbiaReconstruction. : Speech of Hon. J.K. Edgerton, of Indiana, in the House of Representatives, February 20, 1865..Edgerton, Joseph K. (Joseph Ketchum), 1818-1893.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1865]
1865District of ColumbiaDigest of opinions of the judge advocate general of the Army.United States. Army. Office of the Judge Advocate GeneralWashington: : Government Printing Office., 1865..
1865District of ColumbiaThe political history of the United States of America, during the Great Rebellion : including a classified summary of the legislation of the second session of the thirty-sixth congress, the three sessions of the thirty-seventh congress, the first session of the thirty-eighth congress, with the votes thereon, and the important executive, judicial, and politico-military facts of that eventful period; together with the organization, legislation, and general proceedings of the rebel administration; and an appendix containing the principle political facts of the campaign of 1864, a chapter on the church and the rebellion, and the proceedings of the second session of the thirty-eighth congressMcPherson, Edward, 1830-1895.Washington, D.C. : Philp & Solomons, 1865,c1864.
1865District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. James A. Garfield, of Ohio, on the constitutional amendment to abolish slavery : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 13, 1865.Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881.[Washington, D.C.] : McGill & Witherow, printers & stereotypers, Washington, D.C., [1865].
1865District of ColumbiaGov. Peirpoint's [Pierpont's] adddress to the people of Virginia, May 19, 1865.Pierpont, Francis Harrison, 1814-1899.Washington, C.D. [i.e. D.C.]: McGill & Witherow, 1865.
1865District of ColumbiaCelebration by the Colored People's Educational Monument Association in memory of Abraham Lincoln : on the Fourth of July, 1865, in the presidential grounds, Washington, D. C.National Lincoln Monument Association.Washington, D. C. : McGill & Witherow, 1865.
1865District of ColumbiaBrief on emigration & colonization : and report in answer to a resolution of the Senate. To be had of the printer.Mitchell, James.Washington : H. Polkinhorn & Son, book and job printers, 1865.
1865District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Jas. S. Rollins, of Missouri, on the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 13, 1865.Rollins, James S. (James Sidney), 1812-1888.[Washington : Towers, printer, 1865]
1865District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. N.B. Smithers of Delaware, on the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United StatesSmithers, Nathaniel B. (Nathaniel Barratt), 1818-1896.Washington : Lemuel Towers, 1865.
1865EnglandThe cotton supply of the United States of America.McHenry, George.London: : Spottiswoode & Co., printers, New-Street Square., 1865..
1865EnglandMy diary in America in the midst of warSala, George Augustus, 1828-1895.London : Tinsley Brothers, 1865.
1865EnglandWit and wisdom from West Africa; : or, A book of proverbial philosophy, idioms, enigmas, and laconisms.Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890.London: : Tinsley Brothers, 18, Catherine St., Strand., 1865..
1865EnglandThe American question: slavery and war. Notes of a lecture by Rev. A. King, in the Town Hall, Brighton.King, A., rev.[Brighton, Eng.? : s.n., 1865?]
1865EnglandThe second empire as exhibited in French literature 11852-1863Wraxall, Lascelles, Sir, 1828-1865.London : John Maxwell and Company, 1865.
1865EnglandThe isthmus of Panam'a / By Charles Toll. Bidwell, F.R.G.S., British vice-consul at Panam'a.Bidwell, Charles Toll, d. 1887.London : Chapman and Hall, 193 Piccadilly, 1865 [printed by William Clowes and Sons].
1865EnglandDr. Underhill's letter : a letter addressed to the Rt. Honourable E. Cardwell, with illustrative documents on the condition of Jamaica and an explanatory statementUnderhill, Edward Bean, 1813-1901.London : Arthur Miall, [1865]
1865EnglandPrehistoric man : researches into the origin of civilisation in the old and new worldWilson, Daniel, Sir, 1816-1892.London : Macmillan and Co., 1865.
1865EnglandNotes on Brazilian questionsChristie, William Dougal, 1816-1874.London and Cambridge : Macmillan and Co., 1865 [London : R. Clay, Son, and Taylor, printers].
1865EnglandMemoirs of William Forster.Forster, William, 1784-1854.London: : Alfred W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Street Without., 1865..
1865EnglandThe crisis of emancipation in America : being a review of the history of emancipation, from the beginning of the American war to the assassination of President LincolnSeebohm, Frederic, 1833-1912.London : A. W. Bennett, 1865.
1865EnglandNarrative of an expedition to the Zambesi and its tributaries : and of the discovery of the lakes Shirwa and Nyassa, 1858-1864Livingstone, David, 1813-1873.London : John Murray, 1865.
1865EnglandBritain and her colonies.Hurlbert, J. Beaufort (Jesse Beaufort)London: : Edward Stanford, 6, Charing Cross., 1865..
1865EnglandHistory of the American warFletcher, H. C. (Henry Charles), 1833-1879.London : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street ... , 1865-1866.
1865EnglandTransatlantic sketches : or, Sixty days in America.London : Sampson Low, Son & Co., 1865.
1865EnglandUncle John's cabin, next door to Uncle Tom's cabin : containing an answer to pro-slavery men, an answer to others, and an impeachmentLondon : Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1865.
1865FranceAbraham Lincoln : sa vie, son caractère, son administrationPascal, César, 1839-1911.Paris : Grassart, 1865.
1865FranceHistoire de la république des États-Unis depuis l'établissement des premières colonies jusqu'à l'élection du président Lincoln (1620-1860)Astié, J.-F. (Jean-Frédéric), 1822-1894.Paris : Grassart, Libraire Éditeur, 1865 [Imprimerie L Toinon et Ce]
1865FranceDe la démocratie en Amérique /par Alexis de Tocqueville.Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Paris : Michel Lévy frères, 1874.
1865FranceL'africaine : opéra en cinq actesMeyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.Paris : Librarie internationale, [1865?]
1865FranceThéodore Parker : sa vie et ses œuvres ; un chapitre de l'histoire de l'abolition de l'esclavage aux États-UnisRéville, Albert, 1826-1906.Paris : C. Reinwald, 1865.
1865GeorgiaSpecial field orders, No. 15. : I. The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned rice fields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. Johns River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the Proclamation of the president of the United States. ...United States. Army. Military Division of the Mississippi[Savannah, Ga.? : s.n., 1865]
1865GermanyKirche und Sklaverei seit der Entdeckung Amerika's oder : was hat die katholische Kirche seit der Entdeckung Amerika's theils zur Milderung theils zur Aufhebung der Sklaverei gethan? ...Margraf, J.Tübingen [W.Germany] : Verlag der H. Laupp'schen Buchhandlung. Laupp & Siebeck, 1865 [Druck von H. Laupp].
1865IllinoisMilitary ramblesTurchin, John B. (John Basil), 1822-1901.Chicago : John R. Walsh, 1865.
1865IllinoisAn historical sketch of the early movement in Illinois for the legalization of slavery : read at the annual meeting of the Chicago Historical Society, December 5th, 1864Brown, William H. (William Hubbard), 1796-1867.Chicago : Steam press of Church, Goodman and Donnelley, 1865.
1865IllinoisAbraham Lincoln. : A memorial discourse,Eddy, T. M. (Thomas Mears), 1823-1874.Chicago: : printed at the Methodist book depository. : Charles Philbrick, printer., 1865..
1865KentuckyProgress and intelligence of Americans : whether in the northern, central, or southern portion of the continent, founded upon the normal and absolute servitude of inferior animates to mankind ... as laid down in the Bible: progress of that serviiude [sic] south and southwest, as new territory may be acquired ... Advantages enumerated and explainedWheat, M. T. (Marvin T.)[Louisville?] : Translated, printed and published by the author, in the United States of America, 1865.
1865LouisianaReport of the Board of Education for Freedmen, Department of the Gulf, for the year 1864.United States. Army. Board of Education for FreedmenNew Orleans : Printed at the Office of the True Delta, 1865.
1865LouisianaSpecial orders : headquarters, Military Division of West Mississippi : series of 1864.United States. Army. Military Division of West MississippiNew Orleans : Military Printing Office, 1865.
1865MarylandThe war and the Christian CommissionCross, Andrew B. (Andrew Boyd), 1809 or 10-1889.[Baltimore]: [s.n.], 1865.
1865MarylandFirst annual report of the Baltimore Association, for the moral and educational improvement of the colored people.Baltimore Association for the Moral and Educational Improvement of the Colored People.[Baltimore] : [s.n.]., November, 1865.
1865MarylandThe danger of today: : a sermon preached in the First Independent Church, February 5, 1865.Ware, John F. W. (John Fothergill Waterhouse), 1818-1881.Baltimore: : Cushings & Bailey., 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe southern states hardened until ruined : a sermon preached in Salem on Fast day, April 13th, 1865Mills, Robert C. (Robert Curtis), 1819-1896.Boston : J.M. Hewes, 1865.
1865MassachusettsA sermon on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. : Preached at Surrey Chapel, London, Sunday, May 14, 1865.Hall, Newman, 1816-1902.Boston: : Bartlett and Halliday., 1865..
1865MassachusettsThe industry of the South : its immediate organization indispensable to the financial security of the country : a speech delivered before the Boston Board of Trade, November 27th, 1865Tobey, Edward S. (Edward Silas), 1813-1891.Boston : J.H. Eastburn's Press, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe earth and man: : lectures on comparative physical geography, in its relation to the history of mankind.Guyot, A. (Arnold), 1807-1884.Boston: : Gould and Lincoln. ; New York: : Sheldon and Company. ; Cincinnati: : Geo. S. Blanchard., 1865..
1865MassachusettsStatement of the United States Mutual Protection Co. for encouraging settlements in the Southern states.U.S. Mutual Protection Co.Boston : Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe national tragedy : four sermons delivered before the First Congregational Society, New Bedford, on the life and death of Abraham LincolnPotter, William J. (William James), 1829?-1893.New Bedford [Mass.] : A. Taber & Brother, 1865.
1865MassachusettsAddress delivered at Essex, July 4, 1865.Smith, B. H.[Essex, Mass.? : s.n., 1865?]
1865MassachusettsThe uniter and liberator of America. : A memorial discourse on the character and career of Abraham Lincoln: delivered in the North Russell Street M.E. Church, Boston, Sunday, April 23, 1865,Haven, Gilbert, 1821-1880.Boston: : James P. Magee, no. 5 Cornhill., 1865..
1865MassachusettsOur martyred president.Hanaford, Phebe A. (Phebe Ann), 1829-1921.Boston: : B.B. Russell and Company, 55 Cornhill., 1865..
1865MassachusettsThe promises of the Declaration of Independence : eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, delivered before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston, June 1, 1865Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : J.E. Farwell and Co., 1865.
1865MassachusettsAn address, delivered in Tremont Temple, Boston, April 19th, 1865Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.Worcester : C. Hamilton, [1865]
1865MassachusettsThe three scoutsTrowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.Boston: : J.E. Tilton and Company, 1865, c1864.
1865MassachusettsIn war time : and other poemsWhittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1865.
1865MassachusettsPoems. Vol. 1 only.Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe President's words: : a selection of passages from the speeches, addresses, and letters of Abraham Lincoln..Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.Boston: : Walker, Fuller, and Company, 245, Washington Street., 1865..
1865MassachusettsEmigration, an aid to the evangelization of Africa : A sermon, preached in Trinity Church, Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa, to the Barbadian emigrants, May 14, 1863, the Sunday after their arrivalCrummell, Alexander, 1819-1898.Boston : Press of T.R. Marvin & Son, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe freedmen's bookChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.Boston : Ticknor and Fields ; [Cambridge, Mass. : University Press : Welch, Bigelow, & Co., Cambridge, 1865.
1865MassachusettsAnnual report of the superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina. 1864. : With an appendix, containing the history and management of the freedmen in this department up to June 1st, 1865.North Carolina. Dept. of Negro Affairs.Boston: : W.F. Brown & Co., printers, no. 15 Cornhill., [1865]
1865MassachusettsSecurity and reconciliation for the future : propositions and arguments on the reorganization of the rebel statesSumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 1865.
1865MassachusettsMemoir of Bishop Mackenzie.Goodwin, Harvey, 1818-1891.Cambridge: : Deighton, Bell, and Co. ; London: : Bell and Daldy,, 1865..
1865MassachusettsSpeech of Richard H. Dana, Jr., at a meeting of citizens held in Faneuil Hall, June 21, 1865, to consider the subject of re-organization of the rebel states.Dana, Richard Henry, 1815-1882.[Boston : s.n., 1865]
1865MassachusettsThe present position of the seceded states, and the rights and duties of the general government in respect to them. : an address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Dartmouth College, July 19, 1865,Crosby, Alpheus, 1810-1874.Boston: : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill., 1865.
1865MassachusettsSpeeches of John Bright, M.P. on the American questionBright, John, 1811-1889.Boston : Little, Brown, and Company ; Cambridge : University Press: Welch, Bigelow, & Co., 1865.
1865MassachusettsUniversal suffrage, and complete equality in citizenship, the safeguards of democratic institutions : shown in discourses by Henry Ward Beecher, Andrew Johnson, and Wendell Phillips.Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.Boston : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe national security and the national faith : guaranties for the national freedman and the national creditor : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, at the Republican state convention, in Worcester, September 14, 1865.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe ocean waifs : a story of adventure on land and seaReid, Mayne, 1818-1883.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1865.
1865MassachusettsIn memoriam : discourses in commemoration of Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, delivered in the South Church, Salem, April 16th, and June 1st, 1865Atwood, Edward S. (Edward Sumner), 1833-1888.Salem : printed at the office of the Salem Gazette, 1865.
1865MassachusettsRe-organization of Florida. : an address delivered before a meeting of the citizens of Nassau county, Florida, at King's Ferry, on St. Mary's River, on Saturday, July 22, 1865Sears, Alfred F.Boston : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe boy slavesReid, Mayne, 1818-1883.Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1865, c1864.
1865MassachusettsBoston, February 6th, 1865. Dear Sir:--Stearns, Geo. L. (George Luther), 1809-1867.[Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1865]
1865MassachusettsReconstruction: its true basis : Speech of Hon. George S. Boutwell, at Weymouth, Mass., July 4, 1865.Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905.Boston : Wright & Potter, printers, 4 Spring Lane, 1865.
1865MassachusettsNew England Loyal Publication Society. Office, No. 8 Studio Building, Boston. May 31, 1865.New England Loyal Publication Society.[Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1865]
1865MassachusettsEulogy on Abraham Lincoln, : delivered at Rockland, Maine, April 19, 1865, by request of the citizens.Cutter, Edward F. (Edward Francis), 1810-1880.Boston: : D.C. Colesworthy, 66 Cornhill., 1865.
1865MassachusettsEulogy on the death of Abraham Lincoln : delivered before the city council and citizens of Lowell, at Huntington Hall, April 19th, 1865Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905.Lowell : Stone & Huse, printers, Courier office, 21 Central Street, 1865.
1865MassachusettsNew England Loyal Publication Society. Office, No. 8 Studio Building, Boston. June 15, 1865.New England Loyal Publication Society.[Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1865]
1865MassachusettsNew England Loyal Publication Society. Office, no. 8 Studio Building, Boston. June 29, 1865. : Letter from Robert Dale Owen. Negro suffrage and representative population. The three-fifth principle in aggravated form ....New England Loyal Publication Society.[Boston, Mass. : New England Loyal Publication Society, 1865]
1865MassachusettsNew England Loyal Publication Society. Office, no. 8 Studio Building, Boston. May 4, 1865. : The President and the rebel chiefs. In his sermon ....New England Loyal Publication Society.[Boston, Mass. : New England Loyal Publication Society, 1865]
1865MassachusettsClemency and common sense : a curiosity of literature, with a moralSumner, Charles, 1811-1874.[Boston : Atlantic Monthly, 1865?]
1865MassachusettsA discourse on the death of President Lincoln : preached in the Orthodox Congregational Church, in DedhamBabcock, Samuel B. (Samuel Brazer), 1807-1873.Dedham, Mass. : printed by John Cox, Jr., 1865.
1865MassachusettsA voice from Rebel prisons; : giving an account of some of the horrors of the stockades at Andersonville, Milan and other prisons.Returned prisoner of war.Boston: : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill., 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe humble conqueror : a discourse commemorative of the life and services of Abraham Lincoln, preached to the Cambridgeport parish, April 23, 1865Badger, Henry C. (Henry Clay), 1832-1894.Boston : William V. Spencer, 1865.
1865MassachusettsSpeech of Maj.-Gen. Benj. F. Butler, upon the campaign before Richmond, 1864 : Delivered at Lowell, Mass., January 29, 1865 : With an appendix: The two attacks on Fort Fisher; Speech on the treatment of the Negro, delivered at Boston, Mass, February 4, 1865; Speech of Hon. Geo. S. Boutwell, in reply to charges of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, against Gen. Benj. F. Butler, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 24, 1865.Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893.Boston : Wright & Potter, printers, 1865.
1865MassachusettsEulogy on the life, character and public services of the late President Abraham Lincoln, : delivered before Council No. 33, Union League of America, at Sumner Hall, East Boston, May 8, 1855,Cudworth, Warren H. (Warren Handel), 1825-1883.Boston: : Wright & Potter, printers, 4 Spring Lane., 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe promises of the Declaration of Independence. : Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, delivered before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston, June 1, 1865. / By Charles Sumner.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston: : Ticknor & Fields, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe condition and prospects of the South : a discourse delivered in Somerville, Mass., June 4, 1865Lowe, Charles, 1828-1874.Boston : Walker, Fuller, and Company, 1865.
1865MassachusettsGreat and grave questions for American politicians : with a topic for America's statesmenBroom, W. W. (Walter William)Boston : Walker, Fuller & Co. : A. Williams & Co. ; Cincinnati : Robert Clarke & Co. ; New York : C.S. Westcott & Co.'s Union Printing-House, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe national security and the national faith : guarantees for the national freedman and the national creditor : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, at the Republican state convention, in Worcester, September 14, 1865.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston : Wright & Potter, 1865.
1865MassachusettsPoemsLongfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.Boston [Mass.]: : Ticknor and Fields., M DCCC LXV. [1865]
1865MassachusettsThe tiger prince; or, Adventures in the wilds of Abyssinia.Dalton, William, 1821-1875.Boston: : Roberts Brothers, publishers, 143 Washington Street,, 1865..
1865MassachusettsLetters from the commercial correspondent of an association of cotton manufacturers. : Reprinted from The nation.Boston: : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill., 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe Faneuil Hall address.[Boston? : s.n., 1865?]
1865MassachusettsThe equality of all men before the law claimed and defended; : in speeches by Hon. William D. Kelley, Wendell Phillips, and Frederick Douglass, and letters from Elizur Wright and Wm. Heighton..Boston: : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill., 1865..
1865MassachusettsEqual suffrage : address from the colored citizens of Norfolk, Va., to the people of the United States : also an account of the agitation among the colored people of Virginia for equal rights : with an appendix concerning the rights of colored witnesses before the state courts.New Bedford : E. Anthony & Sons, 1865.
1865MassachusettsThe Freedmen's Record.Boston : [New-England Freedmen's Aid Society, 1865-1874.
1865MassachusettsChristian education for the South..[Boston? : s.n., 1865?]
1865MassachusettsCharter of American liberty..Boston: : Taggard & Thompson., 1865..
1865MinnesotaPresident Lincoln in history : an address delivered in the Congregational church, Milton, Wisconsin, on fast day, June 1st, 1865Searing, Edward, 1835-1898.Janesville : Veeder & Devereux, 1865.
1865MissouriConstitution of the state of Missouri, as revised, amended and adopted in convention, begun and held at the city of St. Louis, on the sixth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five : together with the ordinances of said convention.Missouri. Constitution (1865)Jefferson City : E.S. Foster, 1865.
1865MissouriThe Missouri hand-book : embracing a full description of the state of Missouri : her agricultural, mineralogical and geological character : her water courses, timber lands, soil and climate : the various railroad lines ... description of each county in the state; the emancipation ordinance ... information for capitalists and immigrants ...Parker, Nathan H. (Nathan Howe)St. Louis : P. M. Pinckard, 1865.
1865MissouriUniversal suffrage. : An addressBrown, B. Gratz (Benjamin Gratz), 1826-1885.St. Louis: : Printed at the Democrat Office, cor. Fourth and Pine Sts., 1865.
1865MissouriR.H. Wendover's views on the Monroe doctrine; : vital importance of peace; railroads, the nation's hope and blessing; the progressive age; union and fraternity; &c. &c.Wendover, Robert H.St. Louis [Mo.]: : George Knapp & Co., printers and binders., 1865.
1865New JerseySecond annual message of Joel Parker, Governor of New Jersey, to the Senate and General Assembly. : Read January 11, 1865, and ordered to be printed.Parker, Joel, 1816-1888.Jersey City: : Printed by John H. Lyon., 1865.
1865New JerseyDebates in the eighty-ninth General Assembly of the state of New Jersey on the bill to ratify an amendment to the constitution of the United States.New Jersey. Legislature. General AssemblyTrenton : J.R. Freese, 1865.
1865New JerseyExtract from debates in the eighty-ninth general assembly of the state of New Jersey, on the bill to ratify an amendment to the constitution of the United States : Speech of Hon. P.C. Brinck, of Camden : Printed by order of the House of Assembly.Brinck, P. C.Trenton, N.J. : printed by J.R. Freese, "State Gazette" office, 1865.
1865New JerseyObsequies of Abraham Lincoln, in Newark, N.J., April 19, 1865. : OrationFrelinghuysen, Frederick T. (Frederick Theodore), 1817-1885.Newark, N.J.: : printed at the Daily Advertiser office., 1865..
1865New JerseyOur triumph and our new duties :Parker, Cortlandt, 1818-1907.Newark, [N.J]. : A. S. Holbrook, 1865.
1865New JerseySermon No. 257 delivered at Flemington, N.J., Wednesday, April 19, 1865.Swaim, Thomas, 1817-1884.Lambertville, N.J. : Clark Pierson, 1865.
1865New YorkThe hardshell Baptist strikes ileAvery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904.[New York] : Published by J.C. Haney & Co., New York, 1865.
1865New YorkThe babes in the basket; or, Daph and her charge.Baker, Sarah S. (Sarah Schoonmaker), 1824-1906.New-York: : Anson D.F. Randolph 770 Broadway, corner of 9th St., 1865.
1865New YorkLife and adventures of Jeff. Davis.McArone.[New York] : J.C. Haney & Co., 109 Nassau St., N.Y., 1865..
1865New YorkReconstruction! : A letter to President Johnson,Gasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkThe reconstruction of states : Letter of Major-General Banks to Senator Lane.Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss, 1816-1894.New-York : Harper & Brothers, 1865.
1865New YorkAmendments of the Constitution, submitted to the consideration of the American people..Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkGerrit Smith to the President.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro?, N.Y. : s.n., 1865]
1865New YorkThe practice of justice our only security for the future. : Remarks of Hon. William D. Kelley of Pennsylvania, in support of his proposed amendment to the bill "to guarantee to certain states whose governments have been usurped or overthrown, a republican form of government;" ; Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1865..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkSermon in Peterboro, May 21, 1865 : the nation still unsaved ; only repentence can save it.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro?, N.Y. : s.n., 1865]
1865New YorkReconstruction! : A letter to President Johnson,Gasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkThe practice of justice our only security for the future. : Remarks of Hon. William D. Kelley of Pennsylvania, in support of his proposed amendment to the bill "to guarantee to certain states whose governments have been usurped or overthrown, a republican form of government;" ; Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1865..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkA letter to Hon. E.D. Morgan, senator of the United States, on the amendment of the Constitution abolishing slavery. : Resolutions, passed by the New York Union League Club, concerning conditions of peace with the insurgents.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkLoyal Publication Society. Documents for the South. : Dear Sir: It is most desirable, at this time, that the Union men of the South, who are to take a leading part in deciding the great questions and the future policy of our government, should be fully provided with facts and arguments to enable them to obtain a commanding influence among their people, and to expose the specious pleading assumed by semi-secessionists, who are exerting their utmost energies to make the institutions and policy of the Southern States the same as before the Rebellion. ... These objects can be better accomplished by a judicious distribution of our pamphlets now, than can be effected by ten times the amount on the eve of an election. We solicit, therefore, your contributions for this purpose.Loyal Publication Society of New York.[New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1865?]
1865New YorkTo the women of America.Thompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879.[New York? : s.n., 1865?]
1865New YorkOur duty to the freedmen. : Mr. Jay's remarks at the inaugural meeting of the American Freedman's Aid Union, at the Cooper Institute, New York, Tuesday evening, May 9, 1865..Jay, John, 1817-1894.[New York? : s.n., 1865?]
1865New YorkDr. Lieber's remarks on the final adjournmeny [sic] of the Loyal Publication Society..Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.[New York? : s.n., 1865?]
1865New YorkSecond inaugural address of the late President Lincoln.Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.[New York, N.Y.] : James Miller, publisher, 522 Broadway, New York., [1865?]
1865New YorkIn memoriam.Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.[New York] : Trent, Filmer & Co., 37 Park Row, New York., [1865]
1865New YorkNotes from Plymouth pulpit : a collection of memorable passages from the discourses of Henry Ward Beecher, with a sketch of Mr. Beecher and the lecture-roomBeecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.N.Y. : Harper, 1865
1865New YorkThe practice of justice our only security for the future. : Remarks of Hon. William D. Kelley of Pennsylvania, in support of his proposed amendment to the bill "to guarantee to certain states whose governments have been usurped or overthrown, a republican form of government." ; Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1865..Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.New-York: : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkA colored man's reminiscences of James Madison.Jennings, Paul, b. 1799.Brooklyn [N.Y.]: : George C. Beadle., 1865..
1865New YorkTruth and righteousness triumphant. : A discourse commemorative of the death of President Lincoln: preached in the Washington Avenue M.E. Church, April 20, 1865,Hawley, Bostwick, 1814-1910.Albany, N.Y.: : J. Munsell, 78 State Street., 1865..
1865New YorkIn honorem. Du preux chevalier Eugene Benson, who broke two lances for the ladies of America with the redoubtable Mrs. Uncle Tom.Bristed, Charles Astor, 1820-1874.[New York?, ca. 1865].
1865New YorkAmendments of the Constitution, submitted to the consideration of the American people..Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.New York. : [Loyal Publication Society of New York], 1865..
1865New YorkSome reasons for the immediate establishment of a national system of education for the United States.Brooks, Charles, 1795-1872.New York. : [Published by the Loyal Publication Society], 1865.
1865New YorkThe American Union Commission : 14 Bible House, New York City.American Union Commission.[New York : s.n.], [1865?]
1865New YorkHistoria de la isla de Cuba : con notas e ilustracionesGuiteras, Pedro José, 1814-1890.Nueva York: : Jorge R. Lockwood: 411 Broadway. : F.W. Christern: 763 Broadway., 1865-1866..
1865New YorkThe life and public services of Abraham Lincoln ... together with his state papers, including his speeches, addresses, messages, letters, and proclamations, and the closing scenes connected with his life and deathRaymond, Henry J. (Henry Jarvis), 1820-1869.New York : Derby and Miller, 1865.
1865New YorkNo treason in civil war : speech of Gerrit Smith, at Cooper Institute, New-York, June 8, 1865.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New York : For sale by the American News Company, 1865.
1865New YorkForty-ninth annual report of the American Bible Society, presented May 11, 1865 : With an appendix, containing a list of auxiliary societies and their officers, and also of the life directors and members of the society.American Bible Society.New York : American Bible Society, 1865.
1865New YorkThe life of Abraham LincolnAbott, Abott A.New York : T.R. Dawley, publisher for the Million, 1864, [i.e. 1865].
1865New YorkAbraham Lincoln, his life and its lessons : a sermon, preached on Sabbath, April 30, 1865Thompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1865.
1865New YorkThoughts on the future civil policy of America.Draper, John William, 1811-1882.New York: : Harper & Brothers, publishers, Franklin Square., 1865.
1865New YorkA letter to Peter Cooper, : on "The treatment to be extended to the rebels individually," and "The mode of restoring the rebel states to the union." With an appendix containing a reprint of a review of Judge Curtis' paper on the Emancipation Proclamation, with a letter from President Lincoln.Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles Pinckney), 1830-1904.New York: : Anson D.F. Randolph, no. 770 Broadway., 1865..
1865New YorkThe present state of Virginia.Jones, Hugh, 1669-1760.New York: : Reprinted for Joseph Sabin., 1865..
1865New YorkThe tribute book : a record of the munificence, self-sacrifice and patriotism of the American people during the war for the union. Illustrated.Goodrich, Frank B. (Frank Boott), 1826-1894.New York: : Published by Derby & Miller., 1865..
1865New YorkProject for the extinction of slavery in Cuba and Porto Rico.Several Planters of Cuba.New York : S. Hallett, printer and translator, 58 Fulton Street., 1865.
1865New YorkAmerica for free working men : mechanics, farmers and laborers, read! : how slavery injures the free working man : the slave-labor system the free working-man's worst enemyNordhoff, Charles, 1830-1901.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1865.
1865New YorkThe private and public life of Abraham Lincoln : comprising a full account of his early years, and a succinct record of his career as statesman and PresidentVictor, Orville J. (Orville James), 1827-1910.New York : Beadle and Company, [1865?]
1865New YorkThe Christian statesman : a portraiture of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton : with sketches of British antislavery reformMudge, Zachariah Atwell, 1813-1888.New York : Published by Carlton & Porter, Sunday-School Union, [c1865].
1865New YorkCamp-fire and cotton-field: : Southern adventure in time of war. Life with the Union armies, and residence on a Louisiana plantation.Knox, Thomas Wallace, 1835-1896.New York: : Blelock and Company, 19 Beekman Street. ; Chicago, Ill.: : A. Kidder, 98 Washington St., 1865..
1865New YorkGreat and grave questions for American politicians : with a topic for America's statesmenBroom, W. W. (Walter William)New York : C.S. Westcott & Co.'s Union Printing-House, No. 79 John Street, 1865.
1865New YorkOur artist in Cuba : Fifty drawings on wood : Leaves from the sketch-book of a traveler, during the winter of 1864-5Carleton, George Washington, 1832-1901.New York : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway ; London : S. Low, Son & Co., 1665 [i.e 1865].
1865New YorkMr. Ambrose's letters on the rebellion.Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.New York: : Published by Hurd and Houghton. ; Baltimore: : James S. Waters., 1865..
1865New YorkDouglass Farm : a juvenile story of life in VirginiaBradley, Mary E. (Mary Emily), 1835-1898.New York : Episcopal Sunday School Union, 762 Broadway, 1865.
1865New YorkPamphlets issued by the Loyal Publication Society : from Feb. 1, 1864, to Feb. 1, 1865, nos. 45 to 78.Loyal Publication Society of New York.New York : Loyal Publication Society, 1865.
1865New YorkRebel brag and British bluster : a record of unfulfilled prophecies, baffled schemes, and disappointed hopes, with echoes of very insignificant thunder : very pleasant to read and instructive to all who are capable of learningOwls-glass.New York : American News Company, [1865]
1865New YorkCountry love vs. city flirtation; or, Ten chapters from the story of a lifeSperry, Henry Thompson, 1837-1912.New York : Carleton, publisher, 413 Broadway, 1865.
1865New YorkThe history of the first discovery and settlement of VirginiaStith, William, 1707-1755.New York : Reprinted for Joseph Sabin, 1865.
1865New YorkAn Englishman's thoughts on the crimes of the South, and the recompence of the NorthBroom, W. W. (Walter William)New York : Published by the Loyal Publication Society, 1865.
1865New YorkThe twenty-eighth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1865.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Mission House, 23 Centre Street., 1865.
1865New YorkThe new house that Jack built : an original American versionWhitehead, L.New York : Beadle and Company, 1865.
1865New YorkFuneral address delivered at the burial of President Lincoln : at Springfield, Illinois, May 4, 1865.Simpson, Matthew, 1811-1884.New York: : Published by Carlton & Porter, 200 Mulberry-Street., 1865.
1865New YorkEight years in Congress, from 1857 - 1865. : Memoir and speeches.Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889.New York: : D. Appleton and Company, 443 & 445 Broadway,, 1865.
1865New YorkAt anchor : a story of our civil warTenney, Sarah M. Brownson, 1839-1876.New York : D. Appleton and Company, 1865.
1865New YorkWhat miscegenation is ! : and what we are to expect now that Mr. Lincoln is re-elected.Seaman, L.New York : Waller & Willetts [1865?]
1865New YorkOration at raising the old flag over Fort Sumter, April 14th, 1865Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.New York : Schermerhorn, Bancroft & Co. ; Philadelphia. American News Company, New York, May 1865.
1865New YorkThe duties of peace : the nation's third thanksgiving : a sermon, preached in St. Mark's Church in the Bowerie, on December 7, 1865Vinton, Alexander H. (Alexander Hamilton), 1807-1881.New York : John A. Gray & Green, 1865.
1865New YorkPrison life in the South : at Richmond, Macon, Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, Raleigh, Goldsborough, and Andersonville, during the years 1864 and 1865Abbott, A. O. (Allen O.)New York : Harper & Brothers, publishers, 1865.
1865New YorkSouthern history of the war : the third year of the warPollard, Edward Alfred, 1831-1872.New York : Charles B. Richardson, 1865.
1865New YorkThe new man for the new times : a sermon preached in All Souls' Church, on New-Year's day, 1865Bellows, Henry W. (Henry Whitney), 1814-1882.New York : published by James Miller, (successor to C.S. Francis & Co.), 1865.
1865New YorkDiscourse delivered on the day of the funeral of President Lincoln, : Wednesday, April 19, 1865, in St. Paul's Church, New York,McClintock, John, 1814-1870.New York: : Press of J.M. Bradstreet & Son., 1865.
1865New YorkThe martyred president: : a sermon preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.,Robinson, Charles S. (Charles Seymour), 1829-1899.New York: : John F. Trow, printer, 50 Greene Street., 1865..
1865New YorkThe unjust judge : a memorial of Roger Brooke Taney, late Chief Justice of the United States.New York : Baker & Godwin, 1865.
1865New YorkThe Guiding star songster. : Comprising the most popular songs of the day. Songs of war, songs of sentiment, songs of humor, songs of the olden time..New York: : The American News Company, publishers' agent., [1865]
1865New YorkThe Tribune almanac and political register for 1865.New York : Tribune Association, [1865]
1865New YorkThe personal influence of Abraham Lincoln. : A sermon preached on the national fast-day, Thursday, June 1st, 1865,White, Erskine Norman, 1833-1911.New-York: : John A. Gray & Green, printers, nos. 16 and 18 Jacob Street., 1865..
1865New YorkThe nation's loss. : A discourse upon the life, services, and death of Abraham Lincoln, late president of the United States.Crozier, Hiram P.New-York: : John A. Gray & Green, printers, 16 & 18 Jacob Street., 1865..
1865OhioLife of Abraham Lincoln : presenting his early history, political career, and speeches in and out of Congress; also, a general view of his policy as President of the United States; with his messages, proclamations, letters, etc., and a history of his eventful administration, and of the scenes attendant upon his tragic and lamented demiseBarrett, Joseph H. (Joseph Hartwell), 1824-1910.[Cincinnati] : Publishers: Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin. Cincinnati. New York, 60 Walker Street, 1865.
1865OhioSuffrage and reorganization. : The subject examinedVoter of Ohio.[Ohio? : s.n., 1865?]
1865OhioThe nation's sacrifice. ; Abraham Lincoln. : Two discourses, delivered on Sunday morning, April 16, and Wednesday morning, April 19, 1865, in the Church of the Redeemer, Cincinnati, Ohio.Mayo, A. D. (Amory Dwight), 1823-1907.Cincinnati: : Robert Clarke & Co., 55 West Fourth St., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaFirst annual report of the Board of Managers of the Association of Friends for the Aid and Elevation of the Freedmen : with a list of officers for the year 1865.Friends' Association of Philadelphia for the Aid and Elevation of the Freedmen.Philadelphia : Merrihew, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaO, Susanna! : Das bekannte Lied eines verliebten Negers.Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864.[Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaThe quadrennial confederacy; or, "A haughty spirit before a fall" : a sermon, preached on occasion of a Thanksgiving for the national victoriesPage, David Cook.Pittsburgh : Printed by Jas. M'Millin, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe life and death of Abraham Lincoln : A sermon preached at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Philadelphia, Sunday morning, April 23, 1865Brooks, Phillips, 1835-1893.Philadelphia : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe life, and martyrdom of Abraham Lincoln. : Sixteenth president of the United States; and commander-in-chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. With a full history of his life; assassination; death, and funeral. His career as a lawyer and politician; his services in Congress; with a full account of his speeches, proclamations, acts, and services as president of the United States, and commander-in-chief of the Army and Navy, from the time of his first inauguration as president of the United States, until the night of his assassination..Williamson, David Brainerd, b. 1827.Philadelphia: : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaReport of the executive board ... : read at the annual meeting of the contributors, held at Arch street meeting-house, Philadelphia, 4th month 17th, 1865.Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen. Executive BoardPhiladelphia : Ringwalt & Brown, 1864.
1865PennsylvaniaA reply to Bishop Hopkins' View of slavery : and a review of the timesBolles, John R. (John Rogers), 1810-1895.Philadelphia : J.W. Daughaday, 1308 Chestnut Street ; New London : C. Prince, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe record of the Democratic Party. 1860-1865.Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1865]
1865PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Nob Mountain meeting : held in Columbia County, Pa. on the last three days of August, 1865.Democratic Party (Pa.). Columbia County.Philadelphia : McLaughlin Brothers, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe great deliverance and the new career : An oration, delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Union College at Schenectady, N.Y., on the 25th July, 1865Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Philadelphia : James S. Claxton, successor to William S. and Alfred Martien, No. 606 Chestnut Street, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThrilling stories of the Great Rebellion: : comprising heroic adventures and hair-breadth escapes of soldiers, scouts, spies, and refugees; daring exploits of smugglers, guerrillas, desperadoes, and others; tales of loyal and disloyal women; stories of the Negro, etc. etc. With incidents of fun and merriment in camp and field. : Together with an account of the death of President Lincoln; fate of the assassins; capture of Jefferson Davis, and end of the war.Greene, Charles Shiel, 1829-1903.Philadelphia: : published by John E. Potter & Co., no. 617 Sansom Street., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaThe safeguards of personal liberty. : An addressKelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890.Philadelphia: : Published by the Social, Civil and Statistical Association of Colored People of Pennsylvania. : Merrihew and Son printers. 243 Arch St., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaThe loyalty of the Episcopal Church vindicated : an address delivered in the Church of the Nativity, November 5th, 1865Matlack, Robert C. (Robert Campbell), 1828-1898.Philadelphia : H.G. Leisenring's Steam Printing House, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaLife of Stephen A. Douglas : To which are added his speeches and reports.Flint, Henry M. (Henry Martyn), 1829-1868.Philadelphia: : published by John E. Potter No. 617 Sansom Street., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaSpeeches of Carl SchurzSchurz, Carl, 1829-1906.Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe peace we need, and how to secure it : A sermon preached in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the day of national humiliation, June 1, 1865Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880.Philadelphia : James S. Claxton, successor to William S. & Alfred Martien, No. 606 Chestnut Street, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaObjects and regulations of the Institute for Colored Youth : with a list of the officers and students, and the annual report of the Board of Managers, for the year 1865.Institute for Colored Youth (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : Ringwalt & Brown, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe great question for the people! : Essays on the elective franchise; or, Who has the right to vote?Hancock, John, 1824-1893.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Son, printers, no. 243 Arch Street, below Third., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaSixty-third annual report of the Board of Domestic Missions of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented, May 1865.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Domestic MissionsPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaSir: your attention is requested to the following extract from the Philadelphia Sunday transcript of April 30th, 1865: : the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Troops ....One of the contributors to the fund.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1865]
1865PennsylvaniaAn address in vindication of the U. S. government : for the course pursued in subduing the southern rebellion, delivered in Marshall's Hall, Bridgetown, Barbadoes, British West Indies, February 3, 1865Alkins, George.Philadelphia : H. G. Leisenring's Steam Printing House, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaConstitution, by-laws and rules of the Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Persons : located at 340 South Front Street. Organized ninth month (Sept.) 28th, 1864. Also, the proceedings of the first annual meeting, held first mo. (January) 12, 1865. With list of officers.Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Persons (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : Merrihew & Son, Printers, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaDie Rebellen-Basen und Vettern, oder, Leben und Liebe in Secessia. : Eine Autographie von Bertha Stephens, Nichte des Vice-Präsidenten der südlichen Konföderation, Alexander Hamilton Stephens. Enthaltend eine Erzählung ihrer wechselnden Schicksale und Leiden auf ihrer Flucht aus dem Süden in ihrer Heimath des Nordens.Bell, Alfreda Eva.Philadelphia: : Herausgegeben von Reichner & Co., Agenten, Union Book Publishing House, 607 Sansomstrasse. A. Winch, 320 Chestnutstrasse. Zugleich für Baltimore, Richmond, Va., New York, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Chicago und St. Louis., [1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Union League of Philadelphia, regarding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States.Union League of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : H.B. Ashmead, Book and Job Printer, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaA soldier's sentiments : Speech of Capt. Charles B. Brockway, at the Great Knob Mountain meeting, Columbia County, Pa., on Wednesday, August 30, 1865.Brockway, Charles B.[Pennsylvania? : s.n., 1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaReconstruction : rede des Achtb. Thad. Stevens, gehalten in der Stadt Lancaster, September 7, 1865.Stevens, Thaddeus, 1792-1868.Lancaster, Pa. : Gedruckt in der Druckerie des "Volksfreunde und Beobachters," 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaProceedings of the first annual meeting of the National Equal Rights League : held in Cleveland, Ohio ; October 19, 20, and 21, 1865.National Equal Rights League.Philadelphia : Markley & Son, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaAmerican slavery, as viewed and acted on by the Presbyterian Church in the United States of AmericaMcGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889.Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication, [c1865] [Stereotyped by Westcott & Thomson].
1865PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Union League of Philadelphia, : in commemoration of the eighty-ninth anniversary of American independence, July 4th, 1865. : Oration of Charles Gibbons, Esq..Union League of Philadelphia.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, no. 607 Sansom Street., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaForty-sixth annual report of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, : presented to the General Assembly, May, 1865.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaOffice of the Friends' Association of Philadelphia and its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen. Dear friend:Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1865].
1865PennsylvaniaAn orationDennis, William L.Philadelphia: : E.C. Markley & Son, Printers, Goldsmiths Hall, Library Street., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaAn ode to BogleBiddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844.Philadelphia : privately printed for Ferdinand J. Dreer, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe Christian church's duty to the freedmen. : A sermon preached on Thanksgiving day, December 7, 1865, in Christ Church, Reading, Pa.Cummins, Alexander G.Philadelphia: : Sherman & Co., printers., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaWomen's Freedmen's Relief Association, auxiliary to Penn'a Branch American Freedmen's Union Commission ...American Freedman's Union Commission. Pennsylvania Branch. Women's Freedmen's Relief Association.[Philadelphia] : [s.n.], [1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third, : We challenge the world!!! Gerhart & Collins, proprietors J. Orr Finnie, stage manager Open for the season. Monday evening, Jan'y 23d, 1865, and every evening during the week The great family resort Collins & Gerhart's challenge minstrels & brass band The temple of minstrelsy, in which are given chaste and drawing-room amusements, by Sanford's Opera Troupe, comprising a combination of vocalists, musicians, comedians & artists of the highest order of merit. ... Two companies in one! Sanford's Opera Troupe and Collins & Gerhart's great challenge troupe & brass band ... In conjunction with the above troupe are Eddie Nino, the great child wonder, in his terrific ascensions, and Sig. De Louis the champion horizontal bar performer. 20 brilliant stars appear nightly! ... Good fires are constantly kept in the building Admission: Orchestra seats. 50 cents. Parquet, 25 cents. Family circle, 20 cents Seats in private boxes, 75 cents. Private boxes, {dollar}4 and {dollar}5 Box office open afrom 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. No extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open quarter of 7 o'clock. Commence quarter of 8 o'clock Buy your clothing at Harvey's fashionable clothing house, 918 Market St.Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job. Print, Ledger Buildings, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaFuneral address on the death of Abraham Lincol, : delivered in the Church of the Covenant, April 19, 1865.Butler, C. M. (Clement Moore), 1810-1890.Philadelphia: : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThirty-first annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Son, printers, 243 Arch street., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaThe twenty-ninth annual report of the Association for the Care of Colored Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by William K. Bellows, successor to Joseph Rakestraw, S.W. corner of Fourth Street and Apple Tree Alley., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaThe harmony of interests : Agricultural, manufacturing, and commercialCarey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.Philadelphia : Henry Carey Baird, industrial publisher, 406 Walnut Street, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaAn Appeal for the freedmen.Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association. Women's Central Branch.[Philadelphia : Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association, Women's Central Branch, 1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaConcert Hall immense success : Every evening, at eight o'clock, and matinees Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, at 2.30. Doors open one hour previous. Tom! The blind Negro boy--of musical inspiration! Sightless and untutored from birth--his very soul overflowing with musical genius. This youth is a remarkable phenomenon in one direction only, and that is his wonderful aptness for the piano forte! ... Tickets, 50 cents Reserved seats, 75 cents. Tickets for sale at the hall and at Trumpler's Music Store, 926 Chestnut St.Blind Tom, 1849-1908.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Ledger Job Printing Establishment., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaFrederick Douglass, will deliver the third lecture of the course before The Social, Civil and Statistical Association of the Colored People of Pennsylvania : on Thursday evening, Feb'y 16th, in Concert Hall. Subject, "Equality before the law." Miss E.T. Greenfield, the celebrated "Black Swan," and the Post Band from Camp Wm. Penn, will perform on the occasion. ... For the benefit of freedmen, sick and wounded soldiers, &c. ...Social, Civil and Statistical Association of the Colored People of Pennsylvania.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1865]
1865PennsylvaniaThe state of the country, : a discourse, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, June 1, 1865. On the day appointed as a day of "humiliation and mourning" in view of the death of the president of the United States,Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870.Philadelphia: : Henry B. Ashmead, book and job printer, nos. 1102 and 1104, Sansom Street., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe unvailing [sic] of divine justice in the great rebellion : a sermonRobinson, Thomas Hastings, 1828-1906.Harrisburg : Ambrose Taylor, printer, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaInaugural address of Abraham Lincoln March 4th, 1865.Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Jas. B. Rodgers, printer, 52 & 54 North Sixth St., Phil., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaAn address on the character and example of President Lincoln : delivered before the Athenæum and Everett societies of Haverford CollegeChase, Thomas, 1827-1892.Philadelphia : Sherman & Co., printers, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaLife of Pauline Cushman, the celebrated union spy and scout : comprising her early history, her entry into the secret service of the Army of the Cumberland, and exciting adventures with the rebel chieftains and others while within the enemy's lines ... the whole carefully prepared from her notes and memorandaSarmiento, Ferdinand L.Philadelphia : John E. Potter, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaAbraham Lincoln : a memorial addressMyers, Leonard.Philadelphia : King & Baird, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaThe martyr to liberty. : Three sermons preached in the First Universalist Church, Philadelphia. Sunday, April 16th, Wednesday, April 19th, and Thursday, June 1st,Eddy, Richard, 1828-1906.Philadelphia: : H.G. Leisenring's Steam-Power Printing House, Jayne's Building, nos. 237 and 239 Dock Street., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaA speech delivered by H.M. Brackenridge, in the Presidential Campaign of 1864 : sixty years in the North and twenty years in the South.Brackenridge, H. M. (Henry Marie), 1786-1871.Pittsburgh : Printed by Barr & Myers, Post Job Office, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaAddress of the Union State Central Committee to the people of Pennsylvania. : And the platforms of the two political organizations, for 1865..Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ). Pennsylvania. State Central Committee.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, No. 607 Sansom Street., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Monday, January 9th, 1865, Sanford's Troupe in a grand bill of variety! Billy Boyd is engaged, and will appear this evening. Nino Eddie in his matchless dances. Programme. ... Cruelty to Johnny! ... To conclude with The Union Army! by the entire company. Tuesday evening, benefit of J. Orr Finnie. Look out for the Stereoscopian! Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaKing & Co's Grand Concert! Opera and Variety Troupe! : will perform at [blank] [blank] The above named troupe would most respectfully announce to the ladies and gentlemen of this place that they will give one of the best and most pleasing entertainments ever witnessed in the city. Where are the lovers of mirth & good music? The following talented ladies and gentlemen will appear: Mary Lagrange, the pleasing vocalist. Josephine Carson, the young and beautiful star danseuse. Frank Dimond, the old and justly celebrated Ethiopian comedian, late of Sanford's Opera Troupe. Rody Maguire, the Australian banjoist, tamborinist, and comic jester. Fayette Welch, the celebrated comic vocalist and champion jig dancer. John Donald, leader of orchestra The above named artists will positively appear. The programme has been selected with great care, and will consist of songs, duets and choruses, from the best authors; banjo and bone solos, fancy dancing, overtures, &c., &c. A pleasing afterpiece! will conclude the evening's entertainment. Admission only 25 cents Doors open 7 o'clock. To commence at 8. Go early! Front seats reserved for ladies.King & Co's Grand Concert, Opera and Variety Troupe.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Tuesday, January 3d, 1865. Immense success!!! Houses crowded nightly! by the beauty & fashion of the city Programme. ... Paddy's wedding, ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Saturday evening, Jan. 7th, benefit of J.P. Reese. Cards of admission, 25 cents Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday, Jan'ry 5th, 1865. Sanford's Opera Troupe! Full & fashionable houses have established this the family resort, and the locality, Race St., betw. 2d & 3d, has become a household word. Programme. ... Paddy's wedding, ... Stage-struck heroes ... To conclude with scenes of the old plantation by the company. Friday evening, Jan 6th, 1865, benefit of J. Wallace Saturday evening, Jan. 7th, benefit of J.P. Reese! Cards of admission, 25 cents Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Monday, January 2d, 1865. Grand gala day Morning performance for the poor! Doors open at 10 o'clock. Commence at half past 10. The poor admitted free A few seats reserved for those who can pay. 2000 loaves of fresh hot bread! will be distributed to the poor, immediately after the morning performance. Afternoon performance! Doors open at quarter of 2 o'clock. Commence at half-past 2. Programme. ... Paddy's wedding, ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaAttention! Look to Chestnut Street We meet to-night at Sanford's new hall : 1219 Chestnut Street, concert hall The old established Sanford, the pioneer of minstrelsy, has moved to the above splendid temple The resort of fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers, who follow the champion of moral performances. See bills of the day. Admission, 25 cts. Chldren, 13 centsSanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [between 1865 and 1870?]
1865PennsylvaniaA great man fallen! : A discourse on the death of Abraham Lincoln, delivered in St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia, Sunday morning, April 23, 1865.Paddock, Wilbur F. (Wilbur Fisk), 1831-1903.Philadelphia: : Sherman & Co., printers., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaUnion Concert Hall Thompson Street, below Fifth. : Conrad Hoffman, proprietor Billy Rose, stage manager Jacob Stroble, leader of orchestra Open every evening, with the most complete company in the profession--composed of a number of distinguished artists. Novelty and attaction. Fun, music, frolic and mirth! Each member a prominent star in his line of business. The company consists of the following-named stars: Miss Emma Miller the most pleasing balladist and comic vocalist--she also appears in her great song and dance of Young Dinah Snow every evening. Miss Clara Wells! the pleasing dansuese, and also appears in her jig in male attire every evening. Billy Rose Ethiopian comedian and comic vocalist. Johnny Clifford! the great song and dance man--the best in the business Mr A. Mortimer the very comic and eccentric banjoist. Pete Williams the great stump orator and happy contraband. Jacob Stroble, Frank Glading and Conrad Hoffman Novelties in active preparation. Admission, 15 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock.Union Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Tuesday, January 10, 1865, Sanford's Troupe in a grand bill of variety! Benefit of J. Orr Finnie! Nino Eddie in his great ascension from the back of the stage to the ceiling. Programme. ... Cruelty to Johnny! ... To conclude with The Union Army! by the entire company. Wednesday, benefit of American Mechanic Society! Look out for the Stereoscopian! Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Friday, January 6th, 1865. Benefit of Jake Wallace when the following rich, rare and racy bill, will be presented. Programme. ... The hungry musicians ... Cruelty to Johnny. ... To conclude with The inauguration ball ... Concluding with a grand tab-lew. Saturday evening, Jan. 7th, benefit of J.P. Reese! Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Wednesday, Jan'y 4th, 1865. Triumph! Come to-night!! Programme. ... Paddy's wedding, ... To conclude with the grand fairy operatic pantomime of Cinderella! or, The harlequin prince. ... Friday evening, Jan 6th, 1865, benefit of J. Wallace Saturday evening, Jan. 7th, benefit of J.P. Reese! Cards of admission, 25 cents Children will be admitted during the holidays, with their parents, at 15 cts. Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Wednesday, Jan'y 11th, 1865 Sanford's Troupe in a grand bill of variety! Benefit of American Mechanic Society! Nino Eddie in his great ascension from the back of the stage to the ceiling. Programme. ... Cruelty to Johnny! ... To conclude with The Union Army! by the entire company. Thursday, benefit of Billy Boyd. Look out for the Stereoscopian! Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaUnion Concert Hall Thompson Street, below Fifth. : Conrad Hoffman, proprietor Billy Rose, stage manager Jacob Stroble, leader of orchestra Open every evening with the most complete company in the profession, composed of a number of distinguished artists! Novelty and new attaction fun, music, frolic and mirth! Each member a prominent star. Observe the talent: First week of the accomplished vocalist and dansuese, Miss Ada St. Clair. Little Ada, the accomplished dansuese. She will also appear in her favorite jig. Miss Emma Miller, the great comic vocalist--she also appears in her great song and dance every evening. Prof. Cummings, the celebrated Chinese juggler. Billy Rose, Ethiopian comedian and comic vocalist. George Burton, the great comic vocalist--he will appear in this great impalement act. Johnny Clifford, the great song and dance man. Alb. Mortimer, the very comic and eccentric banjoist. Pete Williams, the great stump orator and happy contraband. Jacob Stroble, Frank Glading, Conrad Hoffman & G. Bitter Admission, 15 cents Doors open at seven o'clock. Performance to commence at eight o'clock.Union Concert Hall.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Print, Ledger Buildings., [1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaOpening night : The management take pleasure in introducing, for the first time in New Orleans, the celebrated Aeolian Minstrels! (from their Chestnut Opera House, Philadelphia,) who will have the honor of appearing every eve'ng & Saturday noon in their chaste and elegant drawing-room entertainments. Mr. Jules Stratton, the celebrated tenor, ... Mr. Richard Parker, the distinguished comedian, ... Mr. T. Gettings, in his original song and dance, ... Mr. J. Peirce, the eccentric comedian, ... Programme. ... Dignity and impudence ... Sally, come up. ... The three strikers. ... Concluding with the amusing burlesque, entitled The octoroon ... Concluding with the celebrated walk-around, by D. Emmett, entitled Who can find us now? Prices of admission: Parquet, numbered seats 50 cents Seats in private boxes one dollar Whole boxes 6 and 8 dollars Colored gallery 50 cents Quadroon boxes 5, 6 and 8 dollars Doors open at half-past 6 o'clock. Commencing at half-past 7, precisely Matinee every Saturday noon commencing at 12 promptly. Admission to all parts of the house, 50 cts. Children and servants, 25 cts. Attentive ushers and police officers always in attendance.Aeolian Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia., [1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaHo! For Hoffman & Smith's Virginia Troupe of Serenaders! : The most competent actors that have ever appeared, will perform at Langstroth's Hall, Germantown, on Wednesday eve'ng, Feb. 1st, 1865 Programme. Part first. Full band, with laughable jokes and comic sayings! Part second. Billy Rose, the great comic Ethiopian delineator. Miss Emma Miller, in her great song and dance. Johnny Clifford the great song and dance man. ... The barber, ... To conclude with The happy walk-around! by the entire company. Price of admission, 25 cents Doors open at half past 6 o'clock. Commence at half-past 7.Hoffman & Smith's Virginia Troupe of Serenaders.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaLaugh and be merry. : Grand complimentary benefit to Wm. D. Dunsford late of Co. "F," 196th Regiment, P.V. The Excelsior Minstrels at Washington Hall, S.W. corner of Eighth and Spring Garden Streets, on Wednesday evening, Jan. 4, 1865. Leader, E. Brennan Acting manager, J.W. Everitt Stage manager, L. De Costa ... Programme. ... Ole Bull in a tight place ... City shaver! ... Trespassing on these premises! ... Countryman's visit ... The whole to conclude with The black statue ... Cards of admission, 25 cents Children, 15 cents. Doors open at seven o'clock. Commence quarter before eightExcelsior Minstrels.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Job Print, Ledger Buildings., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday, January 12, 1865 Benefit of Billy Boyd on which occasion the following well-known gentlemen have kindly volunteered: Add Weaver, ... Harry Enochs, ... George Miles, ... Nino Eddie in his great ascension from the back of the stage to the ceiling. Programme. ... Cruelty to Johnny! ... To conclude with The Union Army! by the entire company. Look out for the Stereoscopian! Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaAn address delivered at the funeral solemnities of the late President Lincoln : at the Church of Our Saviour, Jenkintown, Wednesday noon, April 19th, 1865.Keith, Ormes B., 1818-1906.Philadelphia: : King & Baird, printers, 607 Sansom Street., 1865..
1865PennsylvaniaSanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Saturday, January 7, 1865, benefit of Mr. J.P. Reese! when the following unprecedented acts, by Sanford's star troupe will be presented. Programme. ... Cruelty to Johnny. ... Stage-struck heroes ... To conclude with The Union Army! by the entire company. Monday evening, Jan. 9, benefit of the attachees Tuesday evening, benefit of J. Orr Finnie Cards of admission, 25 cents Orchestra seats, 50 cts Private boxes, dress circle, {dollar}5 Private boxes, family circle, {dollar}4 & {dollar}3 Office will be open from 9 to 2 o'clock, for the sale of secured seats and boxes, without extra charge. Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. To commence quarter before 8Sanford's Opera House (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Print, Ledger Building, [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaNew and popular songs : a collection of the most popular songs of the day, comprising sentimental, comic, Negro, Irish, national, patriotic, military, social, convivial, and pathetic songs, ballads, and melodies ; as sung by the most celebrated opera and ballad singers, Negro minstrels, and comic vocalists of the day.Philadelphia : Simpson & Co., 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaAt a meeting held at Concert Hall, on Friday evening, the 13th instant, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved ... we are "opposed to the exclusion of respectable persons from our passenger railroad cars on the ground of complexion ..."[Philadelphia : s.n., 1865]
1865PennsylvaniaImportant to book agents. : New era in American history, ask for Juan, the white slave, or The rebel planter's daughter. Thrilling story of slavery, suffering, and Southern secession, boldly exposing the unparalleled treachery, plotting and fraud of the Great Rebellion..[Philadelphia : W.D. Reichner, Wholesale Union Book Publishing House, 1865?]
1865PennsylvaniaIllustrated life, services, martyrdom and funeral of Abraham Lincoln. : Sixteenth president of the United States. With a full account of the imposing ceremonies at the national capital, on February 12th, 1866, and the Hon. George Bancroft's oration, delivered on the occasion ... With a portrait of Abraham Lincoln, and other illustrative engravings of the scene of the assassination etc. ...Philadelphia: : T.B. Peterson and Brothers; 306 Chestnut Street., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaLife, speeches and services of Andrew Johnson. : Seventeenth president of the United States. With a full history of his life; his career as a tailor boy, alderman, mayor, legislator, state senator, governor of Tennessee, and his services in Congress, with his speeches on the rebellion, and the part taken by him from the first outbreak of the war, with his speeches, proclamations, acts, and services since becoming president of the United States..Philadelphia: : T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street., [1865]
1865PennsylvaniaThe African's right to citizenship.Philadelphia : James S. Claxton, successor to William S. & Alfred Martien, 1865.
1865PennsylvaniaJeff. Davis The last ditch. : "Bless my stars if dere aint Massa Jeff Davis in de las' ditch at last.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : A.W. Auner, song publisher & printer, N.E. cor. Eleventh and Market Sts., Philada., [1865?]
1865Rhode IslandThe Son of God calleth the dead to life. : A sermon suggested by the assasination of Abraham Lincoln, preached in the Westminster Church, Providence, R.I., Sunday, April 16, 1865,Woodbury, Augustus, 1825-1895.Providence [R.I.]: : Sidney S. Rider and Brother., 1865.
1865Rhode IslandElements of national life. : An oration delivered before the city authorities and citizens of Providence, July 4, 1865,Stone, A. L. (Andrew Leete), 1815-1892.Providence: : H.H. Thomas & Co., city printers., 1865.
1865Rhode IslandReport of Finance Committee of the House of Representatives, on bounty frauds, &c. : made at the January session, 1865.Rhode Island. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Finance CommitteeProvidence : H.H. Thomas & Co., printers to the state, 1865.
1865ScotlandA visit to the cities and camps of the Confederate statesRoss, FitzGerald.Edinburgh : W. Blackwood and sons, 1865.
1865South CarolinaSack and destruction of the city of Columbia, S.C. : to which is added a list of the property destroyed.Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870.Columbia, S.C. : Power Press of Daily Phoenix, 1865.
1865South CarolinaJournal of the Convention of the people of South Carolina : held in Columbia, S. C., September, 1865, : together with the ordinances, reports, resolutions, etc.South Carolina. Constitutional Convention (1865)Columbia, S.C. : J. A. Selby, printer to the convention, 1865.
1865TennesseeMessage and inaugural address of Gov. Wm. G. Brownlow, to the Senate & House of Representatives of Tennessee : Session of 1865.Brownlow, William Gannaway, 1805-1877.Nashville, Tenn. : S.C. Mercer, printer, 1865.
1865TennesseeProceedings of the State Convention of Colored Men of the State of Tennessee, : with the addresses of the convention to the white loyal citizens of Tennessee, and the colored citizens of Tennessee. : Held at Nashville, Tenn., August 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th, 1865.State Convention of Colored Men of the State of Tennessee (1865 : Nashville, Tenn.)Nashville, Tenn.: : printed at the Daily Press and Times job office, 1865.
1865Undefined place of publicationProspectus of the Maryland Industrial Agency : its purpose and franchises.Maryland Industrial Agency.[S.l. : s.n., 1865?]
1865Undefined place of publicationPresident Lincoln.[S.l. : s.n., 1865]
1865United StatesAn oration upon the moral and political evil of slavery : Delivered at a public meeting of the Maryland Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, and Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage : Baltimore, July 4th, 1791Buchanan, George, 1763-1808.[United States : s.n., ca. 1865].
1865United StatesDeclaration and testimony against the erroneous and heretical doctrines and practices which have obtained and been propagated in the Presbyterian Church, in the United States, during the last five years.[United States? : s.n.], 1865.
1865VermontA discourse preached by Rev. A.B. Dascomb, : to his people at Waitsfield, Vt., in honor of our late chief magistrate, on Sunday, April 23, 1865. : Published by request.Dascomb, A. B. (Alfred Brooks), 1837-1894.Montpelier: : Walton's steam printing establishment., 1865.
1865VirginiaMinority report on the bill to increase the military force of the Confederate states.Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives[Richmond : s.n., 1865.]
1865VirginiaJournal of the House of Delegates of the state of Virginia : for the session of 1864-5.Virginia. General Assembly. House of DelegatesAlexandria : D. Turner, 1865.
1865VirginiaMinutes and proceedings of the Colored Shiloh Baptist Association, of Virginia. : Assembled at Ebenezer Church, Richmond, August 11th, 1865.Colored Shiloh Baptist Association of Virginia.Richmond: : Printed at the Republic Book and Job Office., 1865.
1865VirginiaLiberty, and equality before the law. : Proceedings of the Convention of the Colored People of Va., held in the city of Alexandria, Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5, 1865.Convention of the Colored People of Virginia (1865 : Alexandria, Va.)Alexandria, Va.: : Cowing & Gillis, book and job printers., 1865.
1865VirginiaPrisoner of war, or Five months among the Yankees. : Being a narrative of the crosses, calamities, and consolations of a Petersburg militiaman during an enforced summer residence north.Keiley, A. M. (Anthony M.), 1835-1905.[Richmond, Va.] : Published by West & Johnston, Main Street, Richmond, Va., [1865]