v,p. v.n., 1877-80. first Editions. Hardcover. Contents: Poore, Ben: Perley. The Life and Public Services of John Sherman. Cincinnati: Sherman Club, 1880. 43pp. Printed gray wrappers. / Sherman, John. Speech Delivered by Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, at Mansfield, Ohio, on Friday Evening, August 17, 1877. Washington: Printed by Judd & Detweiler, 1877. 35pp. / Republican Campaign Text Book for 1878. Washington: Republican Congressional Committee, 1878. 67pp. / Sherman, John. Speech of Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, delivered at Toledo, Monday, August 26, 1878. Washington: National Republican Printing House, 1878. 20pp. / Sherman, John. Speech of Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, at the Fair of the Agricultural and Mechanical Society of Western Maryland, at Cumberland, Md., October 24, 1878. Washington: s.n., 1878. 8pp. / Blaine, James G. The Vote of a Confederate Soldier South Twice as Powerful as the Vote of the Union Soldier North. Speech of Hon. James G. Blaine, of Maine, in the Senate of the United States, December 11, 1878. 4pp. / Conkling, Roscoe. The Extra Session of 1879—What It Teaches and What It Means. Speech of Roscoe Conkling, in the Senate of the United States, April 24, 1879. “Corruption wins not more than honesty.” Washington: National Republican Publishing Company, 1879. 16pp. / Newberry, John S. “A Gold Dollar, a Silver Dollar, a Paper Dollar worth One Hundred Cents, and Interchangeable at All Places and at All Times.” Speech of Hon. John S. Newberry, of Michigan, in the House of Representatives, May 17, 1879. Washington: s.n., 1879. 13pp. / Sherman, John. Speech of Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, on the Financial and other Issues of the Times. Delivered at Portland, Maine, July 23, 1879. 29pp. / Sherman, John. Speech of Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, on the Financial and other Issues of the Times, delivered at Steubenville, Ohio, August 20, 1870. 30pp. / Gibson, Randall L. A Free Ballot the Only Safeguard of Free Institutions. Speech of Hon Randall L. Gibson, of Louisiana. Shall troops, marshals, and supervisors be employed in (the State) Legislatures at elections for Senators, and in the polling precincts of the people at elections for Representatives in Congress, to keep the peace, and regulate the manner thereof, under section 4, article 1, of the Constitution? Washington: s.n., 1879. 15pp. / Sherman, John. Speech of Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, at Mansfield, Ohio, March 30th, 1880. NY: Sherman Club of New York, 1880. [With the rubber stamp of the Sherman Club, No. 8 West 28th Street.] 4pp. / Dunnell, Mark H. Political Riders—the Neglect of Important Public Measures. Speech of Hon. Mark H. Dunnell, of Minnesota, in the House of Representatives, Monday, April 12, 1880. 12pp. / Sherman, John. Speech of Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, delivered at Cincinnati, Monday, August 30, 1880. Washington: s.n., 1880. 24pp. / Garfield, James A. Maxims of James Abram Garfield. General, Patriotic, Political. s.l., s.n., no date. 24pp. / Republican Congressional Committee. Garfield and Arthur Campaign Song Book. Washington: Republican Congressional Committee, 1880. J.M. Armstrong & Co., Music Typographers and Printers, Philadelphia. 24pp. Printed & pictorial mauve wrappers. / Republican Central Campaign Club. My County ‘t is of thee, Sweet Land of Liberty; Of Thee I Sing. For President, Gen’l James A. Garfield of Ohio. For Vice-President, Gen’l Chester A. Arthur of New York. Republican Campaign Song Book, 1880. NY: Republican Central Campaign Club, 1880. Unpaginaed: 53 songs, words and music. Printed stiff, gold wrappers. / Rebel Echoes No. 4. “Stars and Bars” which floated over the names of Hancock and English in the Hot Springs, Ark., Telegraph….A prophecy and warning—Re-enslavement or death to the negro. s.l., s.n. 2pp. / Democratic Treatment of Union Soldiers. Union Soldiers Removed….Rebel Soldiers Employed. s.l., s.n. 2pp. / Frye, William P. Speech of Hon. William P. Frye, April 3, 1878. In the House of Representatives, on the Soldiers’ Roll. s.l., s.n. 8pp. / Democratic Party. William H. English: His Record as a Civilian in the 33d, 34th and 35th Congresses. His “Teachings and Example.” s.l., Democratic Platform . Candidate for Vice-President. 8pp. / Anonymous. The Great Usurpation. The United States under the Confederate Senate and House of Representatives: An Oligarchy. Washington: Rufus H. Darby, Steam Power Printer . 16pp. / Booth, Newton. Speech of Hon. Newton Booth, of California, in San Francisco, September 11, 1880. s.l., s.n. 8pp. / Pierrepont, Edwards. Speech of the Hon. Edwards Pierrepont, Delivered before the Republican Meeting, at the Hall of Cooper Institute, October 6th, 1880. NY: Cornwell Press, 1880. 19pp. / Hazen, Abraham D. The Post-Office before and since 1860, under Democratic and Republican Administrations. Letter of Hon. Abraham D. Hazen, Third Assistant Postmaster-General…to Hon. Marshall Jewell, Former Postmaster-General, and Chairman Republican National Committee. Democratic Extravagance and Corruption…. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Printers, 1880. 20pp. / Anonymous. Who Are Benefitted by Protection? An Editorial Article in the Bulletin of the American Iron & Steel Association, August 11, 1880. 4pp. / Anonymous. Who Pay the National Taxes? And on What Are They Levied? s.l, s.n., 1880. 2pp. / Lawrence, Charles B. & others. Papers Connected with Settlement in Louisiana. Resolution of Nicholls Legislature. New Orleans, 1877. 7pp. + 2pp. Letter from John Sherman, November 23, 1876. ~~ Bound 3/4 brown calf and marlbed boards, ribbed spine, gilt hash marks and lettering, marbled endpapers. 8.75" x 5.5" Very Good. Item #040648
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