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THE QUESTION OF TARIFF REVISION.  A LETTER FROM THE AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL ASSOCIATION,  in reply to a circular letter dated July 17, 1885, from Hon. Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury.  With an Appendix
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THE QUESTION OF TARIFF REVISION. A LETTER FROM THE AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL ASSOCIATION, in reply to a circular letter dated July 17, 1885, from Hon. Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury. With an Appendix

By Manning, Daniel

Philadelphia: American Iron and Steel Ass'n, 1885. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 43pp. Printed blue wrappers; removed from a nonce volume, back cover gone; spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5"

$25.00

THE PROSTRATION OF AMERICA'S INDUSTRY, REPEAL OF THE TEN PER CENT REDUCTION OF DUTIES.  Verbatim Report of an Interview between a Delegation of Manufacturers and the Committee of Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, at Washington, April 28, 1874.; "Phonographically Reported by the Official Reporter of the Committee."
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THE PROSTRATION OF AMERICA'S INDUSTRY, REPEAL OF THE TEN PER CENT REDUCTION OF DUTIES. Verbatim Report of an Interview between a Delegation of Manufacturers and the Committee of Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, at Washington, April 28, 1874.; "Phonographically Reported by the Official Reporter of the Committee."

By Wharton, Joseph & others

Philadelphia: s.n., 1874. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 35pp. Printed self-wrappers. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.75" Includes statements of delegates Joseph Wharton, Robert Patterson, and Samuel J. Reeves. [WorldCat finds five holdings of this pamphlet: NYPL, LC, Lib of Michigan, Columbia U, Wisconsin Hist Soc (and others in microform).].

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MONEY.  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, December 30, 1890
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MONEY. Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, December 30, 1890

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: [USGPO?], 1890. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 11pp. Self-wrappers. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.5" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." [WorldCat locates only the Yale holding of this title (others in microform).].

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"MONEY ANSWERETH ALL THINGS."  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, January 2, 1889
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"MONEY ANSWERETH ALL THINGS." Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, January 2, 1889

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: [USGPO?], 1889. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 15pp, drop-title. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.5" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude."

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SPECULATORS IN MONEY AND DEBTS---HOW BONDHOLDERS LEGISLATE AGAINST THE PEOPLE.  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States,  Monday, January 6, 1890
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SPECULATORS IN MONEY AND DEBTS---HOW BONDHOLDERS LEGISLATE AGAINST THE PEOPLE. Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Monday, January 6, 1890

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: [USGPO?], 1890. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 8pp, drop-title. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.5" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude."

$20.00

THE TARIFF ON IRON AND STEEL JUSTIFIED BY ITS RESULTS:  A Paper Laid before the Tariff Commission at Pittsburgh, October 10, 1882
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THE TARIFF ON IRON AND STEEL JUSTIFIED BY ITS RESULTS: A Paper Laid before the Tariff Commission at Pittsburgh, October 10, 1882

By Swank, James M.

Philadelphia: American Iron and Steel Ass'n, 1882. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 24pp. Printed brown wrappers; removed from a nonce volume, back cover gone; spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5"

$25.00

PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONVENTION OF IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS AND IRON ORE PRODUCERS, AT PITTSBURGH, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1879
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONVENTION OF IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS AND IRON ORE PRODUCERS, AT PITTSBURGH, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1879

By Morrell, Daniel J. and others

Philadelphia: American Iron and Steel Ass'n, 1879. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 45pp. Contains text by Daniel J. Morrell, Joseph Wharton, and A.B. Stone. Printed blue wrappers; removed from a nonce volume, back cover gone; spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5" "The people of this Country should insist upon the continuance of the Protective Policy, under which all American Industries are reviving and the hard times are passing away."

$30.00

THE IRON AND STEEL EXHIBITS AT THE UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION OF 1878, AT PARIS.  A Report to the Secretary of State
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THE IRON AND STEEL EXHIBITS AT THE UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION OF 1878, AT PARIS. A Report to the Secretary of State

By Morrell, Daniel J.

Philadelphia: American Iron and Steel Ass'n, 1879. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 108pp. Printed brown wrappers; removed from a nonce volume, back cover gone; spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5"

$35.00

"POSTING THE BOOKS BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH":  Speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of Maine.  Delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, March 7, 1860
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"POSTING THE BOOKS BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH": Speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of Maine. Delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, March 7, 1860

By Perry, John J.

Washington DC: Buell & Blanchard, Printers, 1860. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 16pp. Tied signatures, drop-title. 9" x 6" Perry examines attitudes and actions by the northern and southern states that are leading to civil war.

$45.00

PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRY.  PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION OF IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS AND IRON ORE PRODUCERS, AT CRESSON,  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 AND 13, 1882
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PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRY. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION OF IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS AND IRON ORE PRODUCERS, AT CRESSON, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 AND 13, 1882

By Morrell, Daniel J. and others

Philadelphia: American Iron and Steel Ass'n, 1882. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 29pp. Printed blue wrappers; removed from a nonce volume, back cover gone; spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5"

$25.00

TESTIMONY OF THE IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNITED STATES IN FAVOR OF THE EATON TARIFF COMMISSION BILL, NOW PENDING IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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TESTIMONY OF THE IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNITED STATES IN FAVOR OF THE EATON TARIFF COMMISSION BILL, NOW PENDING IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

By Morrell, Daniel J.

Philadelphia: American Iron and Steel Ass'n, 1881. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 11pp. Printed salmon wrappers; removed from a nonce volume, back cover gone; spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5"

$25.00

THE TARIFF, MONEY AND POLITICS.  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, September 19, 1888  [in]  "Congressional Record," September 19, 1888
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THE TARIFF, MONEY AND POLITICS. Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, September 19, 1888 [in] "Congressional Record," September 19, 1888

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: USGPO, 1888. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 15pp, quarto. Drop-title. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, folded to octavo size. 11.5" x 9" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude."

$15.00

REMONETIZATION OF SILVER.  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, May 22, 1890
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REMONETIZATION OF SILVER. Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, May 22, 1890

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: [USGPO?], 1890. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 40pp. Self-wrappers. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.5" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." [WorldCat locates only microform holdings of this title.].

$30.00

COIN CERTIFICATES.  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, December 15, 1887
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COIN CERTIFICATES. Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, December 15, 1887

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: [USGPO?], 1887. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 14pp. Self-wrappers. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.5" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." [WorldCat locates only the Western Reserve Hist Soc and U Notre Dame holdings of this title.].

$25.00

THE TREASURY SURPLUS.  Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, December 21, 1887
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THE TREASURY SURPLUS. Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, December 21, 1887

By Stewart, William Morris

Washington DC: [USGPO?], 1887. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 8pp. Self-wrappers. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.75" x 5.5" Stewart (1827-1909), American lawyer and politician, left Yale University in 1850 to join the Gold Rush to California, soon moving on from San Francisco to begin mining in Nevada City, California. By 1860, he had gone on to Virginia City, Nevada, where he helped develop the Comstock Lode and took part in drafting a constitution for the new state of Nevada (1864). By 1903, he was one of the richest men in the Senate, a silver-mine owner with estimated net worth of 25 million dollars. Beyond money matters, he is recognized as the author of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." [WorldCat locates only the U Notre Dame holding of this title.].

$25.00

PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRY.  Proceedings of the National Convention of Iron and Steel Manufacturers and Iron Ore Producers, at Cresson, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and 13, 1882
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PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRY. Proceedings of the National Convention of Iron and Steel Manufacturers and Iron Ore Producers, at Cresson, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and 13, 1882

By Swank, James M.

Philadelphia: American Iron & Steel Ass'n, 1882. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 29pp. Printed blue wrappers. Neatly removed from a nonce volume; back cover gone. 8.5" x 5.5" Swank was General Manager of the American Iron & Steel Association.

$25.00

ADDRESSES ON THE DEATH OF HON. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, DELIVERED IN THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1861
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ADDRESSES ON THE DEATH OF HON. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, DELIVERED IN THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1861

By (Douglas, Stephen Arnold)

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1861. First Edition. Good. 92pp. Neatly removed from a nonce volume. 8.5" x 5.25" Douglas, an American politician and lawyer, lost the 1860 presidential election to Abraham Lincoln, and died the following year.

$25.00

ADDRESS OF THE FRIENDS OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY, ASSEMBLED IN CONVENTION, AT NEW-YORK, OCTOBER 26, 1831, TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES.  Published by order of the Convention
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ADDRESS OF THE FRIENDS OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY, ASSEMBLED IN CONVENTION, AT NEW-YORK, OCTOBER 26, 1831, TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES. Published by order of the Convention

By Friends of Domestic Industry

Baltimore: Sands & Neilson, Printers, 1831. First Edition. Very Good. 44pp. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.5" Includes a five-page list of members, listed by state. William Wilkins was president of the group. [American Imprints 7163].

$40.00

A SAVOURY DISH FOR LOYAL MEN
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A SAVOURY DISH FOR LOYAL MEN

By Rosecrans, William S. and others

Philadelphia: Printed for Gratuitous Distribution, 1863. First Edition. Softcover. Good. 16pp. Contains: Letters from General Rosecrans; Gov. Cannon's message and proclamation; An argument from an old Democrat; Speech of Hon. D. S. Dickinson; Lessons of the past; shall we heed them?; The army and the copperheads. List of contents are printed on the verso front cover. Inside the back cover is printed an essay on Abraham Lincoln as the People's President, the Party of Southern Slaveholders, etc. Bound in printed pink wrappers, edge-chipping. 8.75" x 5.5"

$45.00

INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COMPETITION:  A Paper Read before the American Social Science Association, at their General Meeting in Philadelphia, October 27, 1870
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INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COMPETITION: A Paper Read before the American Social Science Association, at their General Meeting in Philadelphia, October 27, 1870

By Wharton, Joseph

Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird, 1873. Second printing. Softcover. Very Good. 32pp, self-wrappers; old shadow on cover. Neatly removed from a nonce volume, and spine reinforced with archival paper. 8.5" x 5.75"

$20.00

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