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Habeas corpus : the proceedings in the case of John Merryman, of Baltimore County, Maryland, before the Hon. Roger Brooke Taney, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. by Merryman, John, 1824-1881. (1861) available in print

Habeas corpus and martial law : a review of the opinion of Chief Justice Taney, in the case of John Merryman by Parker, Joel, 1795-1875. (1862) available in print

Half century tribute to the cause of temperance : an address delivered at New Paltz, before the Ulster County Temperance Society, January 8, 1851, A by Marsh, John, 1788-1868. (1851) available in print

Hand of God with the black race : a discourse delivered before the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, The by McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889. (1862) available in print

Hand of God with the black race : a discourse delivered before the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, The by McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889. (1862)

Hand of God, as seen in the present great rebellion : the hope of our country and a reason for thanksgiving. Our duty in the present crisis : two discourses, The by Senour, F. (Faunt Le Roy), 1824-1910. (1862)

Hand-book for active service : containing practical instructions in campaign duties, the recruit, the company, the regiment, the march, the camp, guards and guard-mounting, rations and mode of cooking them by Viele, Egbert L. (Egbert Ludovicus), 1825-1902. (1861) available in print

Harbor defences on Great Lakes and rivers. by United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Defence of Great Lakes and Rivers. (1862) available in print

Harper's Ferry and its lesson : a sermon for the times by Wheelock, Edwin M. (Edwin Miller), 1829-1901. (1859)

Harper's Ferry and its lesson. A sermon for the times. by Wheelock, Edwin M. (Edwin Miller), 1829-1901. (1859) available in print

Harper's Ferry outbreak and its lesson : a sermon preached in the Pine Street Chapel, Sabbath afternoon, Dec. 11th, 1859, The by Balkam, U. (Uriah), 1812-1874. (1859) available in print

Harriet Beecher Stowe on the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions : a false position. by Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. (1858)

Harrison's Bar letter of Gen. McClellan : opinions of James Guthrie, John Van Buren, Reverdy Johnson, andc. General McClellan's views of the war and the country, The by McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885. (1864)

Hasty recognition of rebel belligerency, and our right to complain of it. by Bemis, George, 1816-1878. (1865) available in print

Have faith in God and the people : speech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania : delivered in the House of Representatives, June 15, 1864. by Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890. (1864)

Have we the best possible ambulance system? by Balch, Frank, fl. 1864. (1864) available in print

Haversack, The by Great Central Fair for the U.S. Sanitary Commission (1864 : Philadelphia, Pa.) (1864) available in print

"He rejects the Bible!", by No author (1800)

He thanked God and took courage : a sermon for Thanksgiving Day, 1861 : delivered in the North Congregational Church, Bridgeport, Conn. by Smith, Matson Meier, 1826-1887. (1861) available in print

He's gone to the arms of Abraham by Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902. (1862)

Headlands in the life of Henry Clay : no. I, from 1797 to 1827. by No author (1831)

Healing and salvation for our country from God alone. A sermon preached in the Tenth Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 24, 1864. by Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. (1864) available in print

Health from diet and exercise : illustrated by striking cases. by No author (1834) available in print

Hear the South! : the state of the country : an article republished from The Southern Presbyterian review by Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862. (1861) available in print

Hear the other side. by No author (1800)

Hebrew servitude and American slavery. by No author (1856)

Hebrew servitude and American slavery: an attempt to prove that the Mosaic law furnishes neither a basis nor an apology for American slavery. by Kennedy, John, 1813-1900. (1863) available in print

Heimstatten fur Soldaten auf den Landerein der Rebellen : Rede des achtbaren George W. Julian von Indiana : Gehalten im Reprasentantenhause am 18. Marz 1864. by Julian, George Washington, 1817-1899. (1864)

Herald of peace, The by Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. (1819) available in print

Herald of peace, The by Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. (1819)

Herald of peace, The by Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. (1819)

Herald of peace, The by Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. (1819) available in print

Herod, John and Jesus, or, American slavery and its Christian cure : a sermon preached in Division street church, Albany, N.Y. by Mayo, A. D. (Amory Dwight), 1823-1907. (1860) available in print

Heroic periods in a nation's history : an appeal to the soldiers of the American armies, The by Lewis, Tayler, 1802-1877. (1866) available in print

[Herewith I send you a copy of a Petition to Congress now in session]. [May, Samuel, 1810-1899] (1863)

Higher law : a sermon for the times, delivered in Chiltonville Church, on the morning of Thursday, the seventh of April, being the day appointed by the governor of this state as a day of public fasting, humiliation, and prayer, The by Duncanson, Alexander. (1853) available in print

"The higher law" in its application to the Fugitive slave bill. A sermon on the duties men owe to God and to governments. Delivered at the Central Presbyterian church on Thanksgiving day, and by Lord, John C. (John Chase), 1805-1877. (1851) available in print

"The higher law," in its application to the Fugitive Slave Bill : a sermon on the duties men owe to God and to governments : delivered at the Central Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, on Thanksgiving-Day, and by Lord, John C. (John Chase), 1805-1877. (1851) available in print

Higher law tried by reason and authority, The by Spofford, Ainsworth Rand, 1825-1908. (1851) available in print

Higher law, or, The law of the most high : a discourse, delivered at the Baptist Church, in Sterling Centre, Wednesday evening, Jan. 22d, 1851, The by Roberts, William L., D.D. (1851) available in print

Hinchman conspiracy case, in letters to the New York home journal, with an abstract of the evidence for the defence, furnishing a complete explanation of this most extraordinary case, The by American citizen, fl. 1849. (1849) available in print

Hint for house-keepers, A by No author (1800)

Hints to officers in the Army and Navy by Vernon, Merle. (1863) available in print

Historic purchase of freedom : an oration delivered before the fraternity, in the Music Hall, Boston, Dec. 22, 1859, the two hundred and thirty-ninth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, The by Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905. (1859) available in print

Historical Society of Pennsylvania. by Historical Society of Pennsylvania. (1865)

Historical discourse in commemoration of the two-hundredth anniversary of the settlement of Norwalk, Ct., in 1651 : delivered in the First Congregational Church in Norwalk, July 9, 1851, An by Bouton, Nathaniel, 1799-1878. (1851) available in print

Historical memoir of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery : the relief of free Negroes unlawfully held in bondage, and for improving the condition of the African race, An by Needles, Edward. (1848) available in print

Historical notes on slavery and colonization : with particular reference to the efforts which have been made in favor of African colonization in New-Jersey. by No author (1842) available in print

Historical notes on the employment of Negroes in the American army of the revolution by Moore, George Henry, 1823-1892. (1862)

Historical notes on the employment of Negroes in the American army of the revolution by Moore, George Henry, 1823-1892. (1862)

Historical poem, to be read at the dedication of the Soldiers' monument, in Westminster, Mass., July 4th, 1868. by Peckham, Robert, 1785-1877. (1868) available in print

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, 1862, An by Livermore, George, 1809-1865. (1862) available in print

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, 1862, An by Livermore, George, 1809-1865. (1863)

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, 1862, An by Livermore, George, 1809-1865. (1863)

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, 1864, An by Brown, William H. (William Hubbard), 1796-1867. (1876) available in print

History and theory of revolutions, The by Clark, Joseph, Rev. (1862) available in print

History of Little Mac, his life, travels and adventures, The by No author (1864)

History of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave, The by Prince, Mary. (1831)

History of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave, The by Prince, Mary. (1831)

History of Toussaint Louverture, The by Stephen, James, 1758-1832. (1814) available in print

History of liberty, The by No author (1874) available in print

History of our flag : from the earliest period to the present time, The by Sarmiento, Ferdinand L. (1864) available in print

History of the 16th Regiment Pennsylvania Cavalry, for the year ending October 31st, 1863 : commanded by Colonel John Irvin Gregg, of Centre County, Pa. by United States. Army. Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment, 16th (1862-1865) (1864) available in print

History of the American Missionary Association : its Constitution and principles. by American Missionary Association. (1860) available in print

History of the American colony in Liberia, from December 1821 to 1823 by Ashmun, J. (Jehudi), 1794-1828. (1826)

History of the American compromises : reprinted, with additions, from the Daily news, A by Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876. (1856) available in print

History of the Amistad captives : being a circumstantial account of the capture of the Spanish schooner Amistad, by the Africans on board; their voyage, and capture near Long Island, New York; with biographical sketches of each of the surviving Africans. : Also, an account of the trials had on their case, before the District and Circuit Courts of the United States, for the district of Connecticut, A by Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885. (1840)

History of the North-western Soldiers' Fair, held in Chicago the last week of October and the first week of November, 1863 : including a list of donations and names of donors, treasurer's report, andc., andc. by North-western Soldiers' Fair (1863 : Chicago, Ill.) (1864) available in print

History of the Rebel steam ram "Atlanta" now on exhibition at the foot of Washington street, for the benefit of the Union volunteer refreshment saloon, Philadelphia, with an interesting account of the engagement which resulted in her capture. November, 1863. by Davis, Robert Stewart, b. 1839. (1863)

History of the Satterlee U. S. A. Gen. Hospital, at West Philadelphia, Pa., from October 8, 1862, to October 8, 1863, by West, Nathaniel, 1794-1864. (1863) available in print

History of the Soldiers' Aid Society of Ann Arbor, Mich. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1866) available in print

History of the Union, and of the Constitution : being the substance of three lectures on the colonial, revolutionary, and constitutional periods of American history, with an appendix containing the Constitution of the United States, The by Burr, C. Chauncey (Charles Chauncey), 1817-1883. (1862) available in print

History of the erection of the monument on the grave of Myron Holley. by Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874. (1844) available in print

History of the rise and decline of commercial slavery by Dunbar, Edward E. (Edward Ely), 1818-1871. (1863) available in print

History of the slave trade. by No author (1845) available in print

History of the struggle for slavery extension or restriction in the United States, from the Declaration of Independence to the present day : mainly compiled and condensed from the Journals of Congress and other official records, and showing the vote by yeas and nays on the most important divisions in either house, A by Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872. (1856) available in print

History of the trial of Castner Hanway and others, for treason : at Philadelphia in November, 1851 : with an introduction upon the history of the slave question, A by Member of the Philadelphia bar. (1852) available in print

History of the war debt of England : the history of the war debt of the United States, and the two compared, The by Kettell, Thomas Prentice. (1866) available in print

History, antiquities, topography, and statistics of eastern India , The by Martin, Robert Montgomery, 1803?-1868. (1838) available in print

Holmes' patriotic songs : for coming campaigns by Holmes, S. N. (Samuel Newell), 1823-1900. (1867) available in print

Home missions and slavery : a reprint of several articles, recently pub. in the religious journals : with an appendix. by Congregational Home Missionary Society. (1857) available in print

Home to the camp : addressed to the soldiers of the Union, The by Ware, John F. W. (John Fothergill Waterhouse), 1818-1881. (1861) available in print

Home, a sermon by Gale, Nahum, 1812-1876. (1863)

Homes for all : speech of Gerrit Smith, on the Homestead Bill : in Congress, February 21, 1854. by Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874. (1854)

Homestead bill : the Fugitive slave bill : the compromise measures : speech of Hon. C. F. Cleveland, of Connecticut, in the House of Representatives, April 1, 1852, on the Homestead bill, The by Cleveland, Chauncey F. (Chauncey Fitch), 1799-1887. (1852)

Homesteads for soldiers on the lands of rebels. by Julian, George Washington, 1817-1899. (1864)

Hon F.W. Seward, Assistant Sectretary of State. by Dutton, Samuel, fl. 1866. (1866) available in print

Hon. George Bancroft's oration, pronounced in New York, April 25, 1865, at the obsequies of Abraham Lincoln. The funeral ode / by William Cullen Bryant. President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, January 1, 1863. His last inaugural address, March 4, 1865. by Bancroft, George, 1800-1891. (1865) available in print

Hope for our country : a sermon, preached in the South Church, Salem, October 19, 1862 by Dwinell, Israel Edson, 1820-1890. (1862) available in print

Horace Greeley decently dissected, in a letter on Horace Greeley, by Hall, A. Oakey (Abraham Oakey), 1826-1898. (1862)

Horace Greeley decently dissected, in a letter on Horace Greeley, by Hall, A. Oakey (Abraham Oakey), 1826-1898. (1862)

Horace Mann's letters on the extension of slavery into California and New Mexico: and on the duty of Congress to provide the trial by jury for alleged fugitive slaves. by Mann, Horace, 1796-1859. (1850) available in print

Horrors of West India slavery. by No author (1800)

Horrors of slavery : in two parts. Part I. Containing observations, facts, and arguments, extracted from the speeches of Wilberforce, Grenville, Pitt, Burke, Fox, Martin, Whitbread, and other distinguished members of the British Parliament. Part II. Containing extracts, chiefly American, compiled from authentic sources; demonstrating that slavery is impolitic, antirepublican, unchristian, and highly criminal; and proposing measures for its complete abolition through the United States by Kenrick, John, 1755-1833. (1817) available in print

Horrors of the Negro apprenticeship system in the British colonies : as detailed at the public breakfast given by the citizens of Birmingham, to Mr. Joseph Sturge, on returning from his benevolent mission to the West Indies, June 6, 1837. by Sturge, Joseph, 1793-1859. (1837) available in print

Horrors of the Negro slavery existing in our West Indian islands : irrefragably demonstrated from official documents recently presented to the House of Commons, The by No author (1805) available in print

Horrors of the slave-trade. by No author (1862)

Hospital scenes after the battle of Gettysburg, July, 1863 [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864) available in print

Hour and its duty : a sermon for the national fast proclaimed by President Buchanan : preached in Park St. Church, Jan. 4, 1861, The by Frothingham, Frederick, 1825-1891. (1861)

Hour of patriotism. A discourse delivered at the united service of the First, Lafayette street, North and Westminster Presbyterian churches, Buffalo, November 27, 1862, the day of the annual Thanksgiving in the state of New York, The by Bingham, Joel Foote, 1827-1914. (1862) available in print

Hour, the peril, the duty : an address delivered at Columbus, Ohio, April 11th and 17th, 1861, The by Carrington, Henry Beebee, 1824-1912. (1861) available in print

How Bull Run Battle was lost. The Ball's Bluff massacre. Department of the West--Fremont. by United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War. (1863)

How Massachusetts reigns and has reigned : effect on Negro race and on slavery. Border state co-operation. Cost of Massachusetts government--a million of lives--four thousand millions of debt. Feeding and farming with Negroes not white men's government : speech of Hon James Brooks, of N.Y., delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19, 1864. by Brooks, James, 1810-1873. (1864)

How a free people conduct a long war : a chapter from English history by Stille, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899. (1863)

How a free people conduct a long war : a chapter from English history by Stille, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899. (1862)

How a free people conduct a long war : a chapter from English history by Stille, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899. (1863)

How a free people conduct a long war. by Stille, Charles J. (Charles Janeway), 1819-1899. (1863) available in print

How and when our war debt can be paid : speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, on the extinguishment of the public debt, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 3, 1867. by Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890. (1867) available in print

How and why we give thanks : a Thanksgiving sermon preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, on Thursday, November 26th, 1863 by Eells, W. W. (William Woodward), 1811-1886. (1863) available in print

How can we best help our camps and hospitals? : statement and correspondence. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863) available in print

How common sense looks at it. by No author (1800)

How our national debt can be paid : the wealth, resources, and power of the people of the United States ; issued by Jay Cooke ... by Elder, William, 1806-1885. (1865) available in print

How the Copperheads would preserve the Union : record of George H. Pendleton, in the Congress of the United States during the rebellion. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

How the South rejected compromise in the Peace Conference of 1861. by Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873. (1863)

How the war was commenced. An appeal to the documents. Southern documents especially quoted. (From the Cincinnati daily commercial.) by No author (1864)

How to abolish slavery in America, and to prevent a cotton famine in England : with remarks upon coolie and African emigration by Slave-driver. (1858)

How to organize a national bank under Secretary Chase's bill [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863) available in print

How 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. by Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893. (1863)

How to renew our national strength : a sermon preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Friday, November 15th, 1861 : being the day of humiliation, fasting, and prayer, appointed by the President of the Confederate States. by Elliott, Stephen, 1806-1866. (1861) available in print

How to settle the Texas question. by Massachusetts State Texas Committee. (1845)

How we got in. How to get out. Two lectures, delivered at Temperance hall, Trenton, N. J., on Tuesdau evenings, Feb. 16 and 23, 1864. by Wiley, I. W. (Isaac William), 1825-1884. (1864) available in print

Human rights and human races : speech of Mr. Baldwin, of Massachusetts, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 11, 1868, in reply to a speech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, on the Negro race. by Baldwin, John D. (John Denison), 1809-1883. (1868)

Human rights, and the way to protect them : a tract for the people by Knight, P. (1847) available in print

Humanity of the Confederates, or, The massacre of Fort Pillow, The by Wade, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1800-1878. (1864) available in print

Humiliation and hope, or, The Christian patriot's duty in the present crisis of our national affairs by Duffield, George, 1794-1868. (1862)

Hurrah for Andrew Curtin. by Moncrieff, Kate. (1863)

Hurrah for the Union. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1861)

Hurrah for the red, white, and blue : an old friend in a new dress, The by Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-1893. (1864)

Hymn for the eighty-seventh anniversary of American Independence. by Boker, George H. (George Henry), 1823-1890. (1863)

Hymns for anti-slavery prayer-meetings. by Rawson, Mary Ann. (1838) available in print