The Nineteenth Century in Print: Books
Speech of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham, of Ohio,
Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the cession of Russian America to the United States.
Speech of Hon. D. S. Walbridge, of Michigan, in the House of representatives, March 30, 1858,
Speech of Hon. Daniel Webster, on Mr. Clay's resolutions,
Speech of Hon. Francis W. Kellogg, of Michigan, in the House of representatives, June 12, 1860.
Speech of Hon. Henry M. Fuller, upon the contested election from the eleventh congressional district of Pennsylvania, Hendrick B. Wright vs. Henry M. Fuller.
Speech of Hon. J. Collamer, of Vermont, on slavery in the territories.
Speech of Hon. John B. Alley, of Mass., on the principles and purposes of the Republican party.
Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas on the "measures of adjustment",
Speech of Hon. Thomas L. Clingman, of North Carolina, against the revolutionary movement of the anti-slavery party;
Speech of Hon. W.A. Richardson, of Illinois,
Speech of Hon. William J. Shaw, on the necessity of immediate constitutional reform, delivered in the Senate of California, Feb. 7, 1856.
Speech of Horace Mann, of Massachusetts on the subject of slavery in the territories, and the consequences of a dissolution of the Union.
Speech of William H. Seward, for the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union.
Speech of the Hon. Thomas Ewing, at Chillicothe, Ohio, before a Republican mass meeting, September 29th, 1860.
Speech of the Hon. William B. Reed, on the presidential question.
Speech on the results of emancipation in the British W. I. colonies,
Speeches ... delivered during the summer of 1858
Speeches, lectures, and letters.
The spirit of prophecy ...
The spirit of the South towards northern freemen and soldiers defending the American flag against traitors of the deepest dye.
Startling facts for native Americans called "Know-things,"
The State of Wisconsin,
Statement of facts relating to the election in Louisiana, November 7th, 1876.
Statement of the progress and condition of the University of California.
A statement of the theory of education in the United States of America,
A statistical and descriptive account of the several counties of the state of North Carolina, United States of America.
Statistical gazetteer of the state of Virginia,
Statistical information relating to certain branches of industry in Massachusetts, for the year ending June 1, 1855.
A statistical view of American agriculture, its home resources and foreign markets,
Steps of belief;
The still hour;
The story of a hunchback.
Story of the Morning Star,
The stranger's new guide through Boston and vicinity.
The struggle of '72.
The student's manual;
Studies on slavery,
Summer rambles in the West.
Sunshine and shadow in New York.
Supplemental report of Joint committee of the General assembly of Louisiana on the conduct of the late elections, and the condition of peace and good order in the state.
Sybaris and other homes.
The sylphs of the seasons,
The symbolism of freemasonry:
A system of intellectual philosophy.
A system of moral science.
System of public instruction and primary school law of Michigan, with explanatory notes, forms, regulations and instructions;
T. Butler King's report on California.
Tales of masonic life.
Talks about labor, and concerning the evolution of justice between the laborers and the capitalists.
The teacher's assistant,
The teacher's institute;
Teachings of the New Testament on slavery.
"Tell it all" :
Temperance and education;
Temperance sermons, delivered in response to an invitation of the National temperance society and publication house.
Ten acres enough:
Ten years among the mail bags:
Ten years in Wall street;
The tent on the beach,
The testimony of an escaped novice from the Sisterhood of St. Joseph, Emmettsburg, Maryland,
A text-book of ethics for union schools and Bible classes.
Text-book of intellectual philosophy, for schools and colleges;
Text-book of temperance.
That new world,
The Tax-payer's manual.
Themes of song:
Theologico-geology, or, The teachings of Scripture, illustrated by the conformation of the earth's crust, an address delivered before the Bible class connected with the Methodist Episcopal church, Ann Arbor, Michigan,
Think and act.
Thirteen years' experience in the itinerancy.
Thirty years of army life on the border.
Thoughts on the death of little children.
Thoughts on the future civil policy of America.
Three discourses on the religion of reason.
Three sermons to young men,
Three years in California.
Through some eventful years,
Through the eye to the heart;
To the Congress of the United States,
Toils and triumphs of union missionary colportage, for twenty-five years.
Topics of jurisprudence connected with conditions of freedom and bondage.
Tounghoo women :
The tourist's guide through the Empire state.
Tourist's guide to the upper Mississippi River:
Toward the gulf,
The trail of the goldseekers;
The traveller's and tourist's guide through the United States of America, Canada, etc.
Travels in the United States, etc.,
A treatise on sanctification.
A treatise on the Christian doctrine of marriage.
A treatise on the preparation and delivery of sermons,
A treatise on theism, and on the modern skeptical theories.
The trial of Ebenezer Haskell, in lunacy, and his acquittal before Judge Brewster, in November, 1868, together with a brief sketch of the mode of treatment of lunatics in difference asylums in this country and in England,
The trial of Theodore Parker,
The trial of the Rev. David Swing, before the Presbytery of Chicago /
The Tribune tracts
Triumph of equal school rights in Boston.