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M'Clellan campaign songster : for the use of clubs containing all of the most popular songs. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

M'Clellan's band by Our Ned. (1864)

M'Clellan's farewell to the Army of the Potomac by R. J. Q. (1863)

M'Clellan's farewell to the Army of the Potomac by R. J. Q. (1863)

Maffit against Goldsborough : the records compared by the Unconditional Union State Central Committee, October 7th, 1863. by Unconditional Union Party (Md.). State Central Committee. (1863) available in print

Mai-jour (translated May-day) General George Barnum McClellan, militant-homopath to the army of the Confederates : attacked, after his own mode, through parallels. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864) available in print

Maintain plighted faith : speech of Hon. S.P. Chase, of Ohio, in the Senate, February 3, 1854, against the repeal of the Missouri prohibition of slavery north of 36 30. by Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873. (1854) available in print

Major Anderson the bold by Marto, Louis P. (1861)

Major Gen. Butler at home. by Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905. (1865) available in print

Major-General George B. McClellan, from August 1st, 1861, to August 1st, 1862 ... [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1862) available in print

Major-General Howard's address at the second anniversary of the U. S. Christian Commission. by Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909. (1864) available in print

Major-General McClellan and the campaign on the Yorktown Peninsula. by Edge, Frederick Milnes. (1865) available in print

Malem-boo, the Brazilian slave. by No author (1800) available in print

Man better than a sheep : a sermon preached Thanksgiving day, Nov. 24, 1859 by Young, Joshua, 1823-1904. (1859) available in print

"Man shall not live by bread alone" : a Thanksgiving sermon : preached in Newburyport, Nov. 30, 1848 by Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. (1848)

Man who doesn't vote, The [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1860)

Man with the branded hand : an authentic sketch of the life and services of Capt. Jonathan Walker, The by Kittredge, Frank Edward. (1899) available in print

Man without a country, The by Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909. (1865) available in print

Man's duty to God. by No author (1800)

Man's projects and God's results. A sermon preached by the Rev. P. D. Gurley, D. D., on Thursday, August 6, 1863, being the day of national thanksgiving, praise and prayer. by Gurley, P. D. (Phineas Densmore), 1816-1868. (1863) available in print

Man's rule and Christ's reign : a sermon, preached on Thanksgiving day, November 27th, 1862 by Vinton, Alexander H. (Alexander Hamilton), 1807-1881. (1862) available in print

Man-killing, by individuals and nations, wrong--dangerous in all cases. by Wright, Henry Clarke, 1797-1870. (1841) available in print

Man: the hero: the Christian! A eulogy on the life and character of Thomas Clarkson: delivered in the city of New-York; December, 1846, The by Crummell, Alexander, 1819-1898. (1847) available in print

Mancipation immediate et complete des esclaves : appel aux abolitionistes, E by Felice, G. de (Guillaume), 1803-1871. (1846) available in print

'manifest destiny' of the American union : reprinted from the Westminster review, The by Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876. (1857) available in print

Manstealers: will the Free Church of Scotland hold Christian fellowship with them? : an address by Wright, Henry Clarke, 1797-1870. (1845) available in print

Map of the battle field of Fredericksburg, explained by extracts from official reports; also, Gen. R. E. Lee's report of the battle. by Braxton, Carter M. (1866)

Maple leaves from Canada : for the grave of Abraham Lincoln by Norton, Robert, fl. 1865. (1865) available in print

Marching along by Kidder, M. A., Mrs. (1862)

Martial law : six letters to "The Daily news" by Harrison, Frederic, 1831-1923. (1867) available in print

Martial law by Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith), 1796-1869. (1861) available in print

Martial law by Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith), 1796-1869. (1862) available in print

Martyr : a discourse, in commemoration of the martyrdom of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy, delivered in Broadway Tabernacle, New York; and in the Bleeker Street Church, Utica, The by Green, Beriah, 1795-1874. (1838) available in print

Martyr President : our grief and our duty, The by Butler, John George, 1826-1909. (1865)

Martyr President. An oration delivered before the colored citizens of Raleigh, N.C., at the dedication of the statue of Abraham Lincoln, August 1, 1865, The by Smith, Elias, fl. 1867. (1867)

Martyr age in the United States of America : an article from the London and Westminister review, for December, 1838, The by Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876. (1839)

Martyr age of the United States : from the London and Westminster review, December, 1838, The by Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876. (1838)

Martyr age of the United States of America : with an appeal on behalf of the Oberlin Institute in aid of the abolition of slavery. Re-published from the London and Westminster review, by the Newcastle upon Tyne Emancipation and Aborigines Protection Society, The by Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876. (1840) available in print

Martyr age of the United States, The by Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876. (1839) available in print

Martyr of freedom : a discourse delivered at East Machias, November 30, and at Machias, December 7, 1837, The by Stone, Thomas T. (Thomas Treadwell), 1801-1895. (1838) available in print

Martyr to liberty : three sermons preached in the First Universalist Church, Philadelphia, Sunday, April 16th, Wednesday, April 19th, and Thursday, June 1st, The by Eddy, Richard, 1828-1906. (1865) available in print

Martyrdom of John Brown : the proceedings of a public meeting held in London on the 2nd December, 1863, to commemorate the fourth anniversary of John Brown's death, The by Emancipation Society (London, England) (1864) available in print

Marvelous musical prodigy, Blind Tom, the Negro boy pianist : whose performances at the Great St. James and Egyptian Halls, London, and Salle Hertz, Paris, have created such a profound sensation. Anecdotes, songs, sketches of the life, testimonials of musicians and savans, and opinions of the American and English press, of "Blind Tom.", The by No author (1867) available in print

Masonry among colored men in Massachusetts : to the Right Worshipful J.G. Findel, honorary Grand Master of the Prince Hall Grand Lodge, and general representative thereof to the lodges upon the continent of Europe. by Hayden, Lewis, 1815-1899. (1871) available in print

Massachusetts Liberty Convention and speech of Hon. John P. Hale : together with his letter accepting his nomination for the presidency. by Hale, John P. (John Parker), 1806-1873. (1848)

Massachusetts and the war tax : speech of Hon. Alex. Bullock (speaker), in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, April 10, 1862. by Bullock, Alexander H. (Alexander Hamilton), 1816-1882. (1862) available in print

Massachusetts in mourning : a sermon, preached in Worcester, on Sunday, June 4, 1854 by Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. (1854) available in print

Mastership and its fruits : the emancipated slave face to face with his old master : a supplemental report to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War, The by McKaye, James, 1805-1888. (1864)

Mastership and its fruits : the emancipated slave face to face with his old master : a supplemental report to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, secretary of war, The by McKaye, James, 1805-1888. (1864)

McClellan : from Ball's Bluff to Antietam by Wilkes, George, 1817-1885. (1863) available in print

McClellan : who he is and what he has done by Wilkes, George, 1817-1885. (1862)

McClellan and Fremont : a reply to Fremont and McClellan, their political and military careers reviewed by Antietam. (1862) available in print

McClellan campaign song : respectfully dedicated to McClellan glee clubs, and "White Boys", of the U.S. by Our Ned. (1864)

McClellan campaign song : respectfully dedicated to McClellan glee clubs, and "White Boys", of the United States by Our Ned. (1864)

McClellan's campaign. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1862)

McClellan's military career reviewed and exposed : the military policy of the administration set forth and vindicated by Swinton, William, 1833-1892. (1864)

McClellan's military career reviewed and exposed : the military policy of the administration set forth and vindicated by Swinton, William, 1833-1892. (1864)

McClellan, the pride of "Jersey Blue". [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

"McClellan:" who he is and "what he has done," and Little Mac: "From Ball's Bluff to Antietam." Both in one. Revised by the author. by Wilkes, George, 1817-1885. (1864) available in print

Meaning of the elections of 1862. Speech of Hon. S. S. Cox, of Ohio. Delivered in the House of Representatives, December 15, 1862. by Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889. (1862) available in print

Medical and surgical cases at Port Royal, S.C. by Smiley, Thomas T. (Thomas Tucker), d. 1879. (1862)

Meeting en faveur des esclaves affranchis des Etats-Unis : tenu a Paris, dans la Salle Herz, le 3 novembre 1865. by No author (1865) available in print

Memoir of John Bishop Estlin, Esq., F.L.S., F.R.C.S. by James, William, 1797-1868. (1855) available in print

Memoir of Paul Cuffe : a man of colour by Armistead, Wilson, 1819?-1868. (1840) available in print

Memoir of Richard Dillingham by Benedict, A. L. (1852) available in print

Memoir of William Lloyd Garrison by Howitt, Mary Botham, 1799-1888. (1846) available in print

Memoir of the last year of the war for independence, in the Confederate States of America : containing an account of the operations of his commands in the years 1864 and 1865, A by Early, Jubal Anderson, 1816-1894. (1867) available in print

Memoir on slavery, read before the Society for the Advancement of Learning, of South Carolina : at its annual meeting at Columbia, 1837 by Harper, William, 1790-1847. (1838) available in print

Memoir on the Trent affair by Costi, An. Michele (Angelo Michele) (1865) available in print

Memoir presented to the American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race, December 11th, 1818 : containing some remarks upon the civil dissentions of the hitherto afflicted people of Hayti, as the inhabitants of that island may be connected with plans for the emigration of such free persons of colour as may be disposed to remove to it, in case its reunion, pacification and independence should be established. : Together with some account of the origin and progress of the efforts for effecting the abolition of slavery in Pennsylvania and its neighbourhood, and throughout the world, A by Saunders, Prince, d. 1839. (1818) available in print

Memoire a Sa Majeste l'empereur Napoleon III. La verite sur la guerre d'Amerique, by Lacouture, Edouard. (1862) available in print

Memoire au roi, en son conseil des ministres. by Lutteroth, Henri, 1802-1899. (1832) available in print

Memoires pour les hommes de couleur : cinquieme partie : annee 1828. by Lutteroth, Henri, 1802-1899. (1829) available in print

Memoirs of Miss French : who departed this life December 31, 1811, in the 26th year of her age / by Sangar, J. T. (John Thresher) (1812) available in print

Memorandum by the acting committee of West India Planters and Merchants. by West India Planters and Merchants (London, England) (1853)

Memoria historica e politica sobre o commercio da escravatura : entregue no dia 2 de novembro de 1816 by Saldanha da Gama, Antonio de, conde de Porto Santo, 1778-1839. (1880) available in print

Memorial address on Abraham Lincoln : delivered at the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, Saint John, N.B. June 1, 1865. At the invitation of the citizens, The by Ellis, Charles M. (Charles Mayo), 1818-1878. (1865) available in print

Memorial address on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln : delivered at the request of both houses of the Congress of America, before them, in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the 12th of February, 1866 by Bancroft, George, 1800-1891. (1866) available in print

Memorial discourse on the character of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States : delivered at Hollis, N.H., on the day of the national fast, June 1, 1865, A by Day, P. B. (Pliny Butts), 1806-1869. (1865) available in print

Memorial of C.O. Shepard relative to a late memorial of the faculty of Hamilton College. by Shepard, C. O. (1837)

Memorial of California State Grange and Mechanics' Deliberative Assembly on the State University. by California State Grange. (1874)

Memorial of ship masters, owners and others of the county of Richmond, in relation to the Virginia suspension law. by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. (1843)

Memorial of the American Colonization Society. by American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. (1826)

Memorial of the New-York State Colonization Society. by New York (State). Legislature. Senate. (1830)

Memorial of the Society of Friends, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, on the African slave trade. by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955). (1840)

Memorial of the U. S. naval engineers, to the 38th Congress, first session. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

Memorial of the managers of the New-York State Colonization Society. by New York (State). Legislature. Senate. (1832)

Memorial of the martyred Lovejoy : in a discourse, A by Root, David, 1791-1873. (1837) available in print

Memorial of the paper manufacturers : to the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863)

Memorial of the president and board of managers of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States : January 14, 1817 : read and ordered to lie upon the table. by American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. (1817)

Memorial of the president and professors of Hamilton College, in reference to a petition by the students of that college to the legislature of this state. by Hamilton College (Clinton, N.Y.) (1837)

Memorial of the senators and representatives, and the Constitution of the state of Kansas : also, the majority and minority reports of the Committee on Territories on the said Constitution. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories. (1856) available in print

Memorial on personal representation : addressed to the Constitutional Convention of the state of New York by Personal Representation Society. (1867)

Memorial service for three hundred thousand Union soldiers, with the commemorative discourse by Broadway Tabernacle Church (New York, N.Y.) (1866) available in print

Memorial to the Congress of the United States, on the subject of restraining the increase of slavery in new states to be admitted into the Union : prepared in pursuance of a vote of the inhabitants of Boston and its vicinity, assembled at the State House, on the third of December, A.D. 1819, A by Boston (Mass.). Citizens. (1819) available in print

Memorial, to the citizens and legislature of the state of Delaware on the subject of slavery. by Delaware Anti-Slavery Society. (1846)

Memphis riots and massacres. by United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on the Memphis Riots. (1866)

Memphis riots and massacres. by United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on the Memphis Riots. (1866)

Menu : the national memorial reunion, October 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th 1917 : Vicksburg National Military Park, Vicksburg Mississippi. by United States. Army. Quartermaster Corps. (1917)

Mercy remembered in wrath by Fuller, Richard, 1804-1876. (1861) available in print

Message by His Excellency, Joseph A. Gillmore, Governor of New Hampshire : special session, August 9, 1864. by New Hampshire. Governor (1863-1865 : Gilmore) (1864)

Message from the Acting Governor, transmitting certain resolutions of the states of Missouri and Mississippi. by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. (1830)

Message from the Governor of Pennsylvania : relative to the payment of the militia called into service, September, 1862. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1862)

Message from the Governor to the Legislature of the state of New-York. by New York (State). Governor (1843-1845 : Bouck) (1843) available in print

Message from the Governor, dissenting from the resolution of the Legislature relative to Virginia. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1842)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a communication from the Governor of Missouri, and sundry resolutions of the General Assembly of that state, on the subject of slavery. by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. (1840)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a communication from the Governor of Virginia, and proceedings of the Legislature of that State, in relation to certain alleged fugitives from justice. by New York (State). Governor (1838-1843 : Seward) (1840)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a communication from the Governor of Virginia, and proceedings of the Legislature of that State, in relation to certain alleged fugitives from justice. by New York (State). Governor (1838-1843 : Seward) (1840)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a communication from the Hon. John M. Patton, Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia, together with a copy of his reply thereto. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1841)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a communication from the Hon. John Rutherfoord, Lieutenant and Acting Governor of Virginia. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1841)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a preamble and resolutions from the Legislature of North-Carolina. by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. (1836)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a report and resolutions adopted by the House of Delegates of Maryland, on the subject of surrendering fugitives from justice. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1841)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a report and resolutions of the General Assembly of the state of Ohio. by New York (State). Governor (1829-1837 : Throop) (1831)

Message from the Governor, transmitting a report and resolutions of the Legislature of South Carolina, in relation to fugitives from justice. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1840)

Message from the Governor, transmitting resolutions of the Legislature of Mississippi, and other papers, in relation to the controversy between Virginia and New-York. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1841)

Message from the Governor. by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. (1840)

Message from the Governor. by New York (State). Legislature. Senate. (1842)

Message from the Governor. by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. (1841)

Message from the Governor. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1840)

Message from the Governor. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1842)

Message from the President of the United States : communicating a report from the Secretary of State, with the correspondence of Mr. Wise, late United States minister to Brazil, in relation to the slave trade. by United States. Dept. of State. (1848) available in print

Message from the President of the United States in compliance with a resolution of the sixteenth instant, relative to the restitution of slaves under the first article of the Treaty of Ghent. by United States. Dept. of State. (1817)

Message from the President of the United States, communicating to Congress, an extract of a letter from Governor Claiborne to the Secretary of State, with one which it covered, for their information, as to the present state of the subject to which they relate. by Louisiana. Governor (1804-1816 : Claiborne) (1804)

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of State ... : touching the execution of so much of the first article of the late treaty ... as relates to the restitution of slaves, and which has not heretofore been communicated. by United States. Dept. of State. (1818)

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the acting Secretary of State, in compliance with a resolution of twenty-fourth October last, requesting the President of the United States to lay before the Senate (provided he shall not consider the same improper to be communicated) the proof of any traffic carried on in the West Indies, by the sale of Negroes, taken from the United States, by the British forces since the present war : March 2, 1815 : printed by order of the Senate of the United States. by United States. Dept. of State. (1815)

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of Secretary of State relating to negotiations for the suppression of the slave trade : January 15, 1821, referred to the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to the slave trade. by United States. Dept. of State. (1821)

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of 27th February last : in relation to the suppression of the African slave trade : March 20, 1824, read, ordered that it lie upon the table. by United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) (1824) available in print

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in pursuance of a resolution of the Senate, of 20th April, a report of the Attorney General, relative to the introduction of slaves into the United States, contrary to existing laws : May 6, 1822, printed by order of the Senate of the United States. by United States. Attorney-General. (1822) available in print

Message from the governor to the Senate and Assembly. by New York (State). Governor (1833-1839 : Marcy) (1836)

Message from the governor to the Senate and Assembly. by New York (State). Governor (1833-1839 : Marcy) (1836)

Message from the governor. by New York (State). Governor (1839-1843 : Seward) (1841)

Message from the president of the United States, stating the interpretation which has been given to the act entitled "An act in addition to the acts prohibiting the slave trade." : December 20, 1819 : read, and referred to the committee on so much of the message of the President of the United States as relates to the unlawful introduction of slaves into the United States. by United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) (1819)

Message of A.G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : relative to military arrests, February 12, 1863. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1863)

Message of Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : to the Legislature, 1861. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1861)

Message of Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : to the Legislature, 1862. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1862) available in print

Message of Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : to the Legislature, Jan. 4, 1865. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1865) available in print

Message of Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : to the Legislature, Jan. 7, 1864. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1864) available in print

Message of Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : to the Legislature, January 30, 1866. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1866) available in print

Message of Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania : to the Legislature, January 7, 1863. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1863) available in print

Message of Governor A.G. Curtin, in relation to the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps : made to the Senate, April 15, 1864. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1864)

Message of Governor Bradford, to the General Assembly of Maryland : at the January session, 1865. by Maryland. Governor (1862-1866 : Bradford) (1865) available in print

Message of Governor Bradford, to the General Assembly of Maryland : with documents, andc., January session, 1864. by Maryland. Governor (1862-1866 : Bradford) (1864) available in print

Message of Governor Buckingham, accompanying the report of Col. H.H. Osgood : giving the number of drafted men in the state : to the General Assembly, December 10th, 1862. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1862) available in print

Message of Governor Ramsey to the Legislature of Minnesota : delivered at the extra session, September 9, 1862. by Minnesota. Governor (1860-1863 : Ramsey) (1862) available in print

Message of His Excellency James Y. Smith, Governor of Rhode Island, to the General Assembly, January 9, 1865. by Rhode Island. Governor (1863-1866 : Smith) (1865) available in print

Message of His Excellency Joseph E. Brown : to the extra session of the Legislature, convened March 10th, 1864, upon the currency act; secret sessions of Congress; the late conscription act; the unconstitutionality of the act suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, in cases of illegal arrests made by the President; the causes of the war and manner of conducting it; and the terms upon which peace should be sought, andc. by Georgia. Governor (1857-1865 : Brown) (1864) available in print

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham : Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state, May session, 1861. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1861) available in print

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham : Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state, October session, 1861. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1861)

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state : May session, 1863. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1863) available in print

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state : May session, 1864. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1864) available in print

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state : May session, 1865. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1865) available in print

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state : special session, December 9th, 1862. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1862) available in print

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state : special session, November, 1863. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1863)

Message of His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, to the legislature of the state, May session, 1862. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1862) available in print

Message of His Excellency, James Y. Smith, Governor of Rhode Island : to the General Assembly, January 11, 1864. by Rhode Island. Governor (1863-1866 : Smith) (1864)

Message of His Excellency, Joseph A. Gillmore, Governor of the state of New Hampshire, to the Senate and House of Representatives : June session, 1864. by New Hampshire. Governor (1863-1865 : Gilmore) (1864) available in print

Message of William F. Packer, Governor of Pennsylvania, to the legislature, 1861. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1858-1861 : Packer) (1861) available in print

Message of love : south-side view of Cotton is king : and the philosophy of African slavery by Bell, Marcus A. (1860) available in print

Message of the Governor of Indiana : to the General Assembly, January 6th, 1865. by Indiana. Governor (1861-1867 : Morton) (1865) available in print

Message of the Governor of Maryland to the General Assembly : in extra session, 1861. by Maryland. Governor (1858-1862 : Hicks) (1861) available in print

Message of the Governor of Ohio, to the fifty-fifth General Assembly : at the session commencing January 6, 1862. by Ohio. Governor (1860-1862 : Dennison) (1862) available in print

Message of the Governor of Virginia, and accompanying documents. by Virginia. Governor (1860-1864 : Letcher) (1863) available in print

Message of the President of the United States : communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant, information in relation to the states of the Union lately in rebellion, accompanied by a report of Carl Schurz on the states of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana : also a report of Lieutenant General Grant, on the same subject. by United States. President (1865-1869 : Johnson) (1865)

Message of the President of the United States : communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant, information in relation to the states of the Union lately in rebellion, accompanied by a report of Carl Schurz on the states of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, also a report of Lieutenant General Grant, on the same subject. by United States. President (1865-1869 : Johnson) (1865)

Message of the President of the United States : transmitting, a draft of a bill to compensate any state which may abolish slavery within its limits, and recommending its passage. by United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln) (1862)

Message of the president of the Republic of Liberia to the Legislature at the commencement of their session, December, 1857. by Liberia. President (1856-1864 : Benson) (1857) available in print

Message of the president of the Republic of Liberia to the Legislature, at the commencement of their session December 1858. by Liberia. President (1856-1864 : Benson) (1858) available in print

Message of the president of the Republic of Liberia to the Legislature, at the commencement of their session December 1861. by Liberia. President (1856-1864 : Benson) (1861) available in print

Message, Executive Department, January 30, 1862. by Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. (1862)

Message, State of Connecticut, Executive Department, Hartford, November 12th, 1863 : to the Senate and House of Representatives, in General Assembly convened. by Connecticut. Governor (1858-1866 : Buckingham) (1863)

Messages of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin : relative to the reserve corps, Pennsylvania volunteers. by Pennsylvania. Governor (1861-1866 : Curtin) (1863) available in print

Messrs. Vallandigham, Richardson and Cox ; a reply : speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, of Ohio ; delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1863. by Shellabarger, Samuel, 1817-1896. (1863) available in print

Methodist Church and slavery, The by Whipple, Charles K. (Charles King), 1808-1900. (1859) available in print

Methodist Episcopal Church and slavery : a historical survey of the relation of the early Methodists to slavery, The by De Vinne, Daniel, 1793-1883. (1857) available in print

Metropolitan Fair in aid of the United States Sanitary Commission. by Metropolitan Fair (1864 : New York, N.Y.) (1864) available in print

Metropolitan Society for the Monthly Distribution of Religious Tracts. by Metropolitan Society for the Monthly Distribution of Religious Tracts. (1800)

Mexique et les Etats-Unis,, Le by Mercier de Lacombe, H. (Hilaire), 1831-1908. (1863) available in print

Mi primera pregunta : la abolicion del comercio de esclavos africanos arruinara o atrasara la agricultura cubana? by Saco, Jose Antonio, 1797-1879. (1837) available in print

Michigan First Regiment : incidents, marches, battles and camp life, and the adventures of the author, known as the Indiana Banker, who was fifer in Company "F", and made such remarkable time in leaving Bull's Run-- time: first mile, 2 minutes 38 seconds. by Indiana banker. (1861)

Midnight cry : the parable of the great supper--Luke, 14th chapter, verses 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22. New Orleans, Louisiana, 8th of first month, A.D. 1859. To the Church of Christ:--The undersigned, thy servant for Christ's sake, has here thought fit to spread before you, for your consideration, his candid and impartial views in regard to the subject set forth above, of the great epoch that seems to be fast dawning on this our world, The by Wilkerson, Major James. (1859)

Military and naval situation, and the glorious achievements of our soldiers and sailors, The by Swinton, William, 1833-1892. (1864) available in print

Military despotism! Suspension of the habeas corpus! Curses coming home to roost! [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863) available in print

Military education : a vindication of West Point and the regular army. by Seymour, Truman, 1824-1891. (1864)

Military incapacity, and what it costs the country by Ellet, Charles, 1810-1862. (1862) available in print

Military interference with elections : speech of Hon. Jacob M. Howard, of Michigan, in reply to Mr. Powell, of Kentucky : delivered in the United States Senate, March 23 and 24, 1864. by Howard, Jacob Merritt, 1805-1871. (1864) available in print

Military interference with elections : speech of Hon. L.W. Powell, of Kentucky, delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 3 and 4, 1864, on the bill to prevent officers of the Army and Navy, and other persons engaged in the military and naval service of the United States, from interfering in elections in the states. by Powell, L. W. (Lazarus Whitehead), 1812-1867. (1864) available in print

Military laws of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed at tthe sessions of 1861. by Pennsylvania. (1861) available in print

Military review of the campaign in Virginia and Maryland : under Generals John C. Fremont, N.P. Banks, Irwin McDowell, Franz Sigel, John Pope, James S. Wadsworth, Wm. H. Halleck and George B. McClellan, in 1862(Part 1) by Petersen, Frederick A. (1862)

Military review of the campaign in Virginia and Maryland : under Generals John C. Fremont, N.P. Banks, Irwin McDowell, Franz Sigel, John Pope, James S. Wadsworth, Wm. H. Halleck and George B. McClellan, in 1862(Part 2) by Petersen, Frederick A. (1862)

Militia law of the state of Rhode Island, passed at the special session of the General Assembly, held at Providence, August, 1862, The by Rhode Island. (1862) available in print

Minority report of Mr. Stevens, delegate from Oregon : showing the grounds upon which the regular southern delegation were entitled to seats in the convention at the Front Street Theatre, Baltimore : Mr. Leach's protest against the exclusion of their delegates : Mr. Breckinridge's acceptance of the nomination : General Lane's acceptance : the Democratic platform. by Democratic National Convention (1860 : Charleston and Baltimore) (1860) available in print

Minority report of the Committee on Education. by Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on Education. (1840) available in print

Minority representation. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1862)

Minutes and address of the State Convention of the Colored Citizens of Ohio, convened at Columbus, January 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th, 1849. by State Convention of the Colored Citizens of Ohio (1849 : Columbus, Ohio) (1849) available in print

Minutes and proceedings of the General Convention for the Improvement of the Colored Inhabitants of Canada, held by adjournments in Amhrstburgh [sic], C.W., June 16th and 17th, 1853. by General Convention for the Improvement of the Colored Inhabitants of Canada (1853 : Amherstburgh, Ont.) (1853) available in print

Minutes and proceedings of the third annual Convention, for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour in these United States : held by adjournments in the city of Philadelphia, from the 3d to the 13th of June inclusive, 1833. by Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour (3rd : 1833 : Philadelphia, Pa.) (1833) available in print

Minutes of proceedings of the Requited Labor Convention : held in Philadelphia, on the 17th and 18th of the fifth month, and by adjournment on the 5th and 6th of the ninth month, 1838. by Requited Labor Convention (1838 : Philadelphia, Pa.) (1838) available in print

Minutes of the Christian anti-slavery convention. Assembled April 17th-20th, 1850. Cincinnati, Ohio, The by Christian Anti-Slavery Convention (1850 : Cincinnati, Ohio) (1850) available in print

Minutes of the Proceedings of the thirteenth American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race : assembled at Philadelphia, on the thirteenth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, and continued by adjournments until the sixteenth day of the same month, inclusive. by American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race (13th : 1812 : Philadelphia, Pa.). (1812) available in print

Minutes of the Sanitary Commission : fifteenth session. by United States Sanitary Commission. (1864)

Minutes of the Sanitary Commission : sixteenth session. by United States Sanitary Commission. (1864)

Minutes of the Union Temperance Convention of the Colored Citizens : of Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland and the District of Columbia. by Union Temperance Convention of the Colored Citizens. (1843) available in print

Minutes of the fifth annual Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour in the United States : held by adjournments, in the Wesley Church, Philadelphia, from the first to the fifth of June, inclusive, 1835. by Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour (5th : 1835 : Philadelphia, Pa.) (1835) available in print

Minutes of the fourth annual Convention, for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour, in the United States : held by adjournments in the Asbury Church, New-York, from the 2d to the 12th of June inclusive, 1834. by Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour (4th : 1834 : New York, N.Y.) (1834) available in print

Minutes of the proceedings of a convention of delegates from the abolition societies established in different parts of the United States. by American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race. (1794)

Minutes of the proceedings of a convention of delegates from the abolition societies established in different parts of the United States. by American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race. (1794)

Minutes of the proceedings of a convention of delegates from the abolition societies established in different parts of the United States. by American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race. (1794) available in print

Minutes of the proceedings of the General Anti-slavery Convention : called by the committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, held in London on the 12th of June, 1840, and continued by adjournments to the 23rd of the same month. by General Anti-slavery Convention (1st : 1840 : London, England) (1840) available in print

Miscegenation : the theory of the blending of the races, applied to the American white man and Negro. by Croly, David G. (David Goodman), 1829-1889. (1864) available in print

Miscegenation indorsed by the Republican Party. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

Miscegenation indorsed by the Republican Party. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

Miscegenation or amalgamation; fate of the freedman : speech of Hon. Samuel S. Cox, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 17, 1864. by Cox, Samuel Sullivan, 1824-1889. (1864)

Mission of South Carolina to Virginia, The by Memminger, C. G. (Christopher Gustavus), 1803-1888. (1860) available in print

Missionary aspect of African. Extracts from an address on the missionary aspect of African colonization, by Lyon, James A. (James Adair), 1814-1882. (1850)

Missionary boards in relation to slavery, caste, and polygamy. by American Missionary Association. (1854) available in print

Missionary herald at home and abroad, The by American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. (1805) available in print

Mississippi's constitution and statutes in reference to freedmen and their alleged relation to the reconstruction acts and war amendments by Stone, Alfred Holt, 1870-1955. (1901) available in print

Missouri State Convention, and its ordinance of emancipation : speech of Charles D. Drake, delivered in St. Louis, July 9, 1863, The by Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892. (1863)

Missouri and New Hampshire by Sanborn, F. B. (Franklin Benjamin), 1831-1917. (1912)

Missouri compromise, or, The extension of the slave power, The by Appleton, James, 1785-1862. (1843)

Missouri home guards : speech of Joseph W. McClurg, of Missouri, delivered in the House of Representatives, Dec. 22, 1863. by McClurg, Joseph W. (Joseph Washington), 1818-1900. (1863)

Mob rule and state sovereignty. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863)

Modern philanthropy illustrated : how they tried to make a white man of a Negro twenty-five hundred years ago : will the experiment succeed any better now? by No author (1868)

Money question in 1813 and 1863 : what some did then, others are seeking to do now, The by Loyal citizen. (1863) available in print

Monitor and Merrimac by Clark, Charles A. (1862)

Monroe Doctrine, The by Leavitt, Joshua, 1794-1873. (1863) available in print

Monroe doctrine, The by Everett, Edward, 1794-1865. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for April, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for August, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for February, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for July, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for March, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863)

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for November, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for October, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Monthly bulletin of the operations of the Cincinnati Branch, United States Sanitary Commission, for September, 1863. by United States Sanitary Commission. Cincinnati Branch. (1863) available in print

Moral character of civil government, considered with reference to the political institutions of the United States : in four letters, The by McMaster, Gilbert, 1778-1854. (1832) available in print

Moral fidelity : a sermon by Crozier, Hiram P. (1863)

Moral law the essential element of American liberty : the substance of a lecture, to the Bridgeport Lyceum, read April 19, 1838, The by Hewit, Nathaniel, 1788-1867. (1839)

Moral responsibility of statesmen : speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, on the bill organizing territorial governments in Kansas and Nebraska : in committee of the whole on the state of the Union, May 17, 1854. by Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed), 1795-1864. (1854)

Moral rule of political action : a discourse delivered in Hollis Street Church, Sunday, January 27, 1839 by Pierpont, John, 1785-1866. (1839) available in print

Moral significance of the contrasts between slavery and freedom : a discourse preached in the First Church, Dorchester, May 10, 1864, The by Hall, Nathaniel, 1805-1875. (1864) available in print

Most bitter foe of nations, and the way to its permanent overthrow : an address delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Yale College, July 25, 1866, The [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1866)

Most bitter foe of nations, and the way to its permanent overthrow : an address delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Yale College, July 25, 1866, The [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1866)

Most horrible and astounding facts, or a revelation of a modern mystery of iniquity. by No author (1800)

Mother, is the battle over? [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1862)

Moving power : a discourse delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church in Philadelphia, Sunday morning, Feb. 9, 1851, after the occurrence of a fugitive slave case, The by Furness, William Henry, 1802-1896. (1851) available in print

Mr. Adams's report : Massachusetts resolutions, April 4, 1844. by Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. (1844) available in print

Mr. Alexander Baring's speech in the House of commons, on the 15th day of May, 1823 : on Mr. Buxton's motion for a resolution declaratory of slavery in the British colonies being contrary to the English constitution and to Christianity. by Ashburton, Alexander Baring, Baron, 1774-1848. (1823) available in print

Mr. Alexander Baring's speech in the House of commons, on the 15th day of May, 1823 : on Mr. Buxton's motion for a resolution declaratory of slavery in the British colonies being contrary to the English constitution and to Christianity. by Ashburton, Alexander Baring, Baron, 1774-1848. (1823)

Mr. Allen's report of a declaration of sentiments on slavery, Dec. 5, 1837. by Allen, George, 1792-1883. (1838)

Mr. Allen's report of a declaration of sentiments on slavery, Dec. 5, 1837. by Allen, George, 1792-1883. (1838)

Mr. Allen's speech on ministers leaving a moral kingdom to bear testimony against sin : liberty in danger, from the publication of its principles; the Constitution a shield for slavery; and the Union better than freedom and righteousness. by Allen, George, 1792-1883. (1838) available in print

Mr. Bancroft's oration : oration delivered by George Bancroft before the mayor, common council, and citizens of New York, on the 22d of February, 1862, at the request of the common council. by Bancroft, George, 1800-1891. (1862) available in print

Mr. Birney's letter to the churches. by Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857. (1834) available in print

Mr. Calhoun's address to the people of the Southern States. by Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850. (1849) available in print

Mr. Calhoun's reply to Col. Benton. by Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850. (1849) available in print

Mr. Higginson's address to the voters of the third congressional district of Massachusetts. by Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. (1850)

Mr. Lincoln's arbitrary arrests : the acts which the Baltimore platform approves. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864) available in print

Mr. Minot's address : delivered at the dedication of the Smith School House in Belknap Street, March 3 1835 : to which are added a few friendly suggestions to the colored people in Boston. by Minot, William, 1783-1873. (1835)

Mr. Nicholson's motion : 21st January, 1801, ordered to lie on the table : 22d January, 1801, referred to--Mr. Nicholson, Mr. Rutledge, Mr. Macon, Mr. Craik, and Mr. Parker. by Nicholson, Joseph Hopper, 1770-1817. (1801)

Mr. Palfrey's speech. by Palfrey, John Gorham, 1796-1881. (1849)

Mr. Russell on Bull Run : with a note, from the Rebellion record. by Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907. (1861) available in print

Mr. Soule's speech : at Opelousas, Louisiana, delivered on the 6th of September 1851 ... by Soule, Pierre, 1801-1870. (1851) available in print

Mr. Webster's speech in answer to Mr. Calhoun, March 22, 1838. by Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852. (1838) available in print

Mr. Webster's speech, in the Senate of the United States, March 23, 1848, on the Mexican War. by Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852. (1848) available in print

Mrs. H.B. Stowe on Dr. Monod and the American Tract Society : considered in relation to American slavery. by Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. (1858)

Mrs. L. Maria Child to the President of the United States. by Child, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880. (1862)

Mrs. Story's visit with President Lincoln in 1864 : also her visits in Union hospitals, and narrations of her wounded and capture soldier boys. by Story, Mrs. (1866) available in print

Mrs. Stowe in England--England's influence on America. by No author (1853)

Mrs. Stowe's letter to the women of England. by Edinburgh Ladies' Emancipation Society. (1853)

Munition des Loyalisten, Die by Funk, Isaac, 1797-1865. (1863) available in print

Murder of Union soldiers. by United States. Congress (39th, 2nd session : 1866-1867). House. (1867) available in print

Must the war go on? : An inquiry whether the Union can be restored by any other means than war, and whether peace upon any other basis would be safe or durable by Flanders, Henry, 1826-1911. (1863) available in print

"My policy;" or, The new gospel of peace, according to St. Andy, the apostate. by No author (1866)

Myrtle leaves, or, Tokens at the tomb by Mangum, A. W. (Adolphus Williamson), 1834-1890. (1864) available in print

Mystery of the Gospel to be published with boldness : a sermon, preached to the United Independent or, Congregational Church of Dorchester and Beach-Hill, May 8th, 1799, at the ordination of the Revd. James Adams, to the pastoral charge of said church, The by McCalla, Daniel, 1748-1809. (1799) available in print

Mystic Babylon described as the source of all war, persecution, and slavery, and secular and spiritual despotism and the people of God called out of her by Hemmings, Joseph. (1843) available in print