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Inaugural address of Hon. Augustus W. Bradford, Governor of Maryland

delivered in the Senate chamber, before the Senate and House of delegates, January 8, 1862.

by Augustus W. Bradford

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Published by Schley & Cole in Annapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maryland -- Politics and government -- 1861-1865.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24129141M

    The town of Crisfield, Maryland was located and founded by Crisfield inand he was instrumental in building the Eastern Shore Railroad and served as president. He remained an active clinician and teacher until his death in at the age of Connecticut Baptist Anti-Slavery Convention. Denunciations of attempts to allow spread of slavery into Kansas-Nebraska territory, through adoption of Stephen Douglas' squatter sovereignty doctrine.

    After that, it was thought to be among the papers passed to Hay by Nicolay's daughter Helen when Nicolay died in Newark: William B. Supreme Court. Elihu Burritt's Miscellaneous Writings. Townsend's recognition as a war correspondent led to his popularity as a lecturer. Butler, Randall Richardson.

    Black, Jeanette D. Muller, The title figure has a tablet with the words of Lincoln's famous phrase on it. Juno and Georgie. Baldwin, Simeon Eben. Pennington" is a biographical sketch of a prominent African-American minister ; and "Hartford's African Schools" is a discussion of African-American education in Hartford during a portion of the 19th century.


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