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Wanderings north and south by Bokum, Hermann, 1807-1878. (1864) available in print

Wanderings on the seas and shores of Africa : ... continued semi-monthly : four sheet periodical. by Bacon, David Francis, 1813-1865. (1843) available in print

Want,--individual, national : a sermon preached at Dorchester, April 16, 1857; being the day of the annual fast, The by Hall, Nathaniel, 1805-1875. (1857) available in print

War : correspondence between the Young Men's Christian Associations of Richmond, Va., and the city of New York, with a letter addressed to the former association by the Rev. D.R. Thomason, The by Thomason, D. R. (Denny R.) (1861) available in print

War : speech of Hon. E.C. Benedict, in the Assembly of the State of New York, April 6, 1864, The by Benedict, Erastus Cornelius, 1800-1880. (1864) available in print

War a reactionary agent : speech of Hon. M.F. Conway, of Kansas : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1863, The by Conway, M. F. (Martin Franklin), 1827-1882. (1863) available in print

War an occasion for thanksgiving : a discourse for Thanksgiving preached in the First Presbyterian Church, of Keokuk, November 28th,1861, The by Carey, Isaac E. (Isaac Eddy), 1823-1902. (1861) available in print

War and emancipation : a Thanksgiving sermon, preached in the Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., on Thursday, November 21, 1861 by Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887. (1861) available in print

War and its lessons, The by Hunt, Ezra Mundy, 1830-1894. (1862) available in print

War claims at St. Louis : letter from the Sectretary of War, transmitting the final report made by the commission on war claims at St. Louis. by United States. War Dept. (1862) available in print

War for the union : a lecture, The by Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884. (1862) available in print

War for the union. From Sumter to Atlanta, The by Swinton, William, 1833-1892. (1864) available in print

War for the union; the first, second, third and fourth years of the war; September 9, 1864, The by Swinton, William, 1833-1892. (1864) available in print

War in Texas : a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico, set on foot and supported by slaveholders, land-speculators, andc. in order to re-establish, extend, and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade, The by Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839. (1837)

War in Texas : a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico, set on foot and supported by slaveholders, land-speculators, andc. in order to re-establish, extend, and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade, The by Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839. (1837)

War in Texas; : a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is the result of a long premeditated crusade against the government, set on foot by slaveholders, land speculators, andc. with the view of re-establishing, extending, and perpetuating the system of slavery and the slave trade in the republic of Mexico, The by Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839. (1836)

War letters of a disbanded volunteer. Embracing his experiences as honest old Abe's bosom friend and unofficial adviser ... by Barber, Joseph. (1864) available in print

War of slavery upon the Constitution : address of Charles D. Drake, on the anniversary of the Constitution : delivered in the city of Saint Louis, Sept. 17, 1862, The by Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892. (1862)

War power of the President, The by Heermans, J. (1863)

War powers of the President : and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slavery, The by Whiting, William, 1813-1873. (1863)

War powers of the President : and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slavery, The by Whiting, William, 1813-1873. (1862)

War ships for the Southern Confederacy: report of public meeting in the Free-trade hall, Manchester; by Union and Emancipation Society (Manchester, England) (1863) available in print

War songs of the American Union. by Spencer, William V. (1861) available in print

War to end only when the rebellion ceases, The by Bellows, Henry W. (Henry Whitney), 1814-1882. (1863) available in print

War with Mexico : a sermon preached in the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H. Sept. 7, 1845 by Clark, Rufus W. (Rufus Wheelwright), 1813-1886. (1845) available in print

War, a slave Union or a free? : speech of Hon. Martin F. Conway, delivered in the House of Representatives, December 12, 1861, The by Conway, M. F. (Martin Franklin), 1827-1882. (1862) available in print

War, and how to end it, The by Slocum, William N. (William Neill), b. 1828. (1861) available in print

War, its cause and cure : speech of Hon. William M. Davis, of Pa., delivered in the House of Representatives, March 6, 1862, The by Davis, William M. (William Morris), 1815-1891. (1862)

War, its evils and their compensations, The by Carruthers, John Johnston, 1800-1890. (1862)

War-songs for freemen. Dedicated to the Army of the United States. by Child, Francis James, 1825-1896. (1863) available in print

Warning voice, or, What is the object of this war? : being a few brief and desultory observations on some things that concern us all, A by Qusitor. (1861) available in print

Washington and Jackson on Negro soldiers : Gen. Banks on the bravery of Negro troops : poem--The Second Louisiana, by George Boker. by Baird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912. (1863)

Washington and Jackson on Negro soldiers. Gen. Banks on the bravery of Negro troops. Poem--the second Louisiana by Baird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912. (1863) available in print

Washington and Napoleon. A fragment. by Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872. (1864)

Washington despotism dissected in articles from the Metropolitan record, The [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863) available in print

Washington, our example. The father of a nation will restore it to peace. by Searle, L. C., Mrs. (1865) available in print

Waukegan, Illinois by Curry, Daniel, 1809-1887. (1865)

Way of God in the storm : a sermon, preached in Saint Paul's Chapel, New York, third Sunday after Easter, April 21, 1861, The by Dix, Morgan, 1827-1908. (1861) available in print

Way to obtain and secure peace : speech of Hon. W.D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, December 19, 1862, The by Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890. (1862)

Way to obtain and secure peace : speech of Hon. W.D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, December 19, 1862, The by Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890. (1862)

Way to secure peace and establish unity as one nation, The by Hubbell, William Wheeler, 1821-1902. (1863) available in print

We are in our fathers' house : speech of Hon. Benjamin H. Hill, on the general amnesty bill : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 11, 1876. by Hill, Benjamin H. (Benjamin Harvey), 1823-1882. (1876) available in print

We will have the Union still by Smith, Robert, fl. 1862. (1862)

Webster and Hayne's celebrated speeches : in the United States Senate, on Mr. Foot's resolution of January, 1830 : also Daniel Webster's speech in the Senate of the United States, May [i.e.March] 7, 1850, on the slavery compromise. by Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852. (1863) available in print

Webster's seventh of March speech and the secession movement, 1850, by Foster, Herbert Darling, 1863-1927. (1923) available in print

Weighed in the balance : a fast day sermon, preached in the Second Reformed Dutch Church of Coxsackie, Thursday morning, April 30th, 1863 by Zabriskie, Francis Nicoll, 1832-1891. (1863)

Weightier matters of the law : a discourse on Matthew, chapter XXIII, verse 23, The by No author (1803) available in print

Welcome home to the soldiers! : sermon of Rev. D. Wortman, to the returned veterans, Sunday evening, July 9, in the 1st Ref. Dutch Church. by Wortman, Denis, 1835-1922. (1865)

Well spent sou; or, Bibles for the poor Negroes, The by Porter, Jacob, 1783-1846. (1830) available in print

Wendell Phillips on the war by Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884. (1861)

Wesley's Thoughts on slavery. by Wesley, John, 1703-1791. (1856)

West India emancipation : a speech by Wm. Lloyd Garrison, delivered at Abington, Mass., on the first day of August, 1854 by Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879. (1854) available in print

West India interests, African emigration, and slave trade by Denman, Joseph, 1810-1874. (1848) available in print

West India question : immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;--profitable for the masters;--happy for the slaves;--right in the government;--advantageous to the nation;--would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;--cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger : An outline for immediate emancipation: and remarks on compensation, The by Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865. (1835)

West India question : immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;--profitable for the masters;--happy for the slaves;--right in the government;--advantageous to the nation;--would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;--cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger : An outline for immediate emancipation: and remarks on compensation, The by Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865. (1835)

West India question : immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;--profitable for the masters;--happy for the slaves;--right in the government;--advantageous to the nation;--would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;--cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger : An outline for immediate emancipation: and remarks on compensation, The by Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865. (1835)

West Indiana Street, Chicago. by Skelton, W. D. (1865)

West Indies as they are; or, a real picture of slavery, by the Rev. Richard Bickell], [The by No author (1824) available in print

West Indies. Extracts from the journal of John Candler, whilst travelling in Jamaica. by Candler, John, 1787-1869. (1840)

West Indies. Extracts from the journal of John Candler, whilst travelling in Jamaica. by Candler, John, 1787-1869. (1840)

West-India labour question : being replies to inquiries instituted by the committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, embracing facts and statistics of the present condition of the emancipated classes, and on the alleged want of labour in the West-India colonies : but especially in Jamaica, The by British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. (1858) available in print

West-Indian pretensions refuted : being an extract from the preface of a work, entitled The slavery of the British West-India colonies delineated, as it exists in law and practice, and compared with the slavery of other countries, ancient and modern by Stephen, James, 1758-1832. (1824) available in print

West Point battle monument : history of the project to the dedication of the site, June 15th, 1864 ; oration of Maj.-Gen. McClellan. by Battle Monument Association (West Point, N.Y.) (1864) available in print

West for the Union, now and forever : speech of Hon. Jno. A. Gurley, of Ohio, on the state of the Union, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16th, 1861, The by Gurley, Jno. A. (John Addison), 1813-1863. (1861)

Western Sanitary Commission : a sketch of its origin, history, labors for the sick and wounded of the Western armies, and aid given to freedmen and Union refugees, with incidents of hospital life, The by Forman, J. G. (Jacob Gilbert), 1820-1885. (1864)

Western coast of Africa : comprising suggestions on the best means of exterminating the slave-trade : and some account of the success of the gospel, and of the present state and prospects of the Wesleyan missions, on that coast : with remarks on the climate, and hints for the preservation of health, The by Fox, William, fl. 1851. (1851)

Western states : their pursuits and policy, The by Elder, William, 1806-1885. (1865) available in print

Whack row de dow. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1861)

What Christianity demands of us at the present crisis : a sermon preached on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 29, 1860 by Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. (1860) available in print

What I saw from Vesuvius, or, Kind words to our soldiers about Jesus by Hammond, Edward Payson, 1831-1910. (1865) available in print

What are we fighting for? : A letter to Horace Greeley. by Populus. (1862)

What became of the slaves on a Georgia plantation? Great auction sale of slaves, at Savannah, Georgia, March 2d and 3d, 1859. A sequel to Mrs. Kemble's Journal. by Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875. (1863) available in print

What became of the slaves on a Georgia plantation? Great auction sale of slaves, at Savannah, Georgia, March 2d and 3d, 1859. A sequel to Mrs. Kemble's Journal. by Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875. (1863)

What becomes of sin? by No author (1800)

What can I do for the abolition of slavery? by Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865. (1843)

"What has the North to do with slavery?" by No author (1800)

What is our Constitution,--league, pact, or government? Two lectures on the Constitution of the United States concluding a course on the modern state, delivered in the law school of Columbia College, during the winter of 1860 and 1861, to which is appended an Address on secession written in the year 1851. by Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872. (1861) available in print

What is treason? : a charge, addressed by Peleg Sprague, judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, to the grand jury, at the March term, A.D., 1863. by Sprague, Peleg, 1793-1880. (1863) available in print

What makes slavery a question of national concern? : A lecture, delivered, by invitation, at New York, January 30, and at Syracuse, February 1, 1855 by Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886. (1855) available in print

What miscegenation is! : and what we are to expect now that Mr. Lincoln is re-elected by Seaman, L. (1865)

What ought to be done with the freedmen and with the rebels? : A sermon preached in the Berkeley-Street Church, Boston, on Sunday, April 23, 1865 by Dexter, Henry Martyn, 1821-1890. (1865)

What ought to be done with the freedmen and with the rebels? : A sermon preached in the Berkeley-Street Church, Boston, on Sunday, April 23, 1865 by Dexter, Henry Martyn, 1821-1890. (1865)

What our Democratic generals say. by Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885. (1864)

What shall be done with the confiscated Negroes? : The question discussed and a policy proposed in a letter to Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Gen. Winfield Scott, Hon. William H. Seward ... and all other patriots. by Scoville, Joseph Alfred, 1815-1864. (1862) available in print

What shall be done with the free Negroes : essays written for the Fredericksburg recorder by Fitzhugh, George, 1806-1881. (1851) available in print

What the South is fighting for. by British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. (1862)

What we did at Gettysburg. by Bacon, Georgeanna Muirson Woolsey, 1833-1906. (1863) available in print

Wheatley, Banneker, and Horton : with selections from the poetical works of Wheatley and Horton, and the letter of Washington to Wheatley, and of Jefferson to Banneker by Allen, William G., fl. 1849-1853. (1849) available in print

When Abe comes marching home again : Fremont campaign song by Our Ned. (1864)

When Abe comes marching home by Our Ned. (1864)

Where will it end? A view of slavery in the United States in its aggressions and results. A communication supposed to be made by a leading Democrat living in "Egypt" or southern Illinois. Originally published in the "Atlantic monthly," under the title of "Where will it end"? by Quincy, Edmund, 1808-1877. (1863) available in print

Whig policy analyzed and illustrated by Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864. (1856) available in print

White slavery in the Barbary states : a lecture before the Boston Mercantile Library Association, Feb. 17, 1847 by Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874. (1847) available in print

White slavery in the United States. by Bowditch, William I. (William Ingersoll), 1819-1909. (1855)

White slavery of Europe, The by Borel, T. (Theodore), b. 1807. (1876) available in print

Who are the canters? by Cairnes, John Elliott, 1823-1875. (1863)

Who are the slaveholders? : a moral drawn from "Uncle Tom's cabin," respectfully submitted to the readers of that work. by No author (1800)

Who have violated compromises : speech of Hon. John Hickman, of Pennsylvania : delivered in the House of Representatives, December 12, 1859. by Hickman, John, 1810-1875. (1859)

"Who is on the Lord's side?" or, Does the Bible sanction slavery? : being an examination into the Egyptian, Mosaic, and American systems of service and labor by Pease, Giles. (1864) available in print

Who is responsible for the present slavery agitation? by Brainerd, Thomas, 1804-1866. (1860) available in print

Who is to blame? or, Cursory review of "American apology for American accession to Negro slavery" by Grahame, James, 1790-1842. (1842) available in print

Who urged the draft? : the administration vindicated by its enemies. by No author (1863)

Who wrote it? by No author (1800)

Whom do English Tories wish elected to the Presidency? by Edge, Frederick Milnes. (1864)

Why I have not gone to the South. by Robson, William, 1785-1863. (1858)

Why colored people in Philadelphia are excluded from the street cars. by Kelley, William D. (William Darrah), 1814-1890. (1866) available in print

Why is allegiance due? and Where is it due? : An address delivered before the National Union Association of Cincinnati, June 2, 1863 by Andrews, Israel Ward, 1815-1888. (1863) available in print

Why the North cannot accept of separation by Laboulaye, Edouard, 1811-1883. (1863) available in print

Why work for the slave? : a manual for the treasurers and collectors of the anti-slavery cent-a-week societies by Southard, Nathaniel. (1838) available in print

Why work for the slave? by Southard, Nathaniel. (1838)

Why work for the slave? by Southard, Nathaniel. (1838) available in print

Wie der Krieg angefangen wurde : eine Berufung auf die Dokumente. Mit besonderer Anfuhrung sudlicher Dokumente. (Aus dem "Daily commercial" von Cincinnati) by Schutz, Friedrich, fl. 1850-1864. (1864) available in print

Wilkerson's history of his travels and labors, in the United States, as a missionary : in particular, that of the Union Seminary, located in Franklin Co. Ohio, since he purchased his liberty in New Orleans, La., andc. by Wilkerson, Major James. (1861) available in print

Will of the people, The [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

Will the General Assembly put down caste schools? by Downing, George T. (George Thomas), 1819-1903. (1857) available in print

William Henry Ashurst : a brief record of his life. by Venturi, Emilie Ashurst, d. 1893. (1855) available in print

William Lloyd Garrison : a commemorative discourse, preached at the First Unitarian church, Philadelphia by May, Joseph, 1836-1918. (1879) available in print

William Lloyd Garrison : to the committee of the Glasgow Fremale Anti-Slavery Society. by Wright, Henry Clarke, 1797-1870. (1845)

Willing reunion not impossible : a Thanksgiving sermon preached at St. Paul's, Brookline, November 26, 1863, A by Wharton, Francis, 1820-1889. (1863) available in print

Wilmot Proviso : speech of Hon. G. Rathbun, of New York, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 9, 1847, The by Rathbun, G. (George), 1803-1870. (1847)

Wine question, The by Hewit, Nathaniel, 1788-1867. (1839) available in print

Winter campaigns; the test of generalship. by De Peyster, J. Watts (John Watts), 1821-1907. (1862) available in print

Wisconsin Memorial Day annual, 1910 by Rice, O. S. (Ole Saeter), 1863-1923. (1910) available in print

Wisconsin Memorial Day annual, 1912 by Rice, O. S. (Ole Saeter), 1863-1923. (1912) available in print

Wisdom of Jesus, The by No author (1800)

Within Fort Sumter, or, A view of Major Anderson's garrison family for one hundred and ten days by Sheelah. (1861) available in print

Wm. A. Atkinson, Esq., chairman of the State Executive Committee, Dover : Philadelphia, October 24, 1864. by Naglee, Henry M. (Henry Morris), 1815-1886. (1864)

Woodward in 1860 and 1863. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863)

Woodward on foreigners. by Woodward, George W. (George Washington), 1809-1875. (1863)

Worcester Anti-slavery Society : fourth annual course of lectures, 1855-6. by Worcester Anti-slavery Society. (1855)

Word for the African : a sermon, for the benefit of the American Colonization Society, delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Newark, July 24, 1825, A by Hamilton, William T. (William Thomas), 1796-1884. (1825) available in print

Word of scripture to North and South : a sermon delivered at the Third Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia, on Sunday, December 30th, 1860, A by Mitchell, Arthur, 1835-1893. (1861) available in print

Word of warning to Democrats : from a life-long voter with the party, A by Wright, William, 1790-1866. (1863) available in print

Word to the members of the Free Church : in reference to the proceedings of the General Assembly of 1847, on the question of communion with slave-holding churches, A by Free churchman. (1847)

Working men of Manchester and President Lincoln, The by Union and Emancipation Society (Manchester, England) (1863)

Working of the apprenticeship system in the British colonies. by No author (1837)

Workingman's reasons for the re-election of Abraham Lincoln, A [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

Wort an die Wahler Pennsylvaniens uber die Annehmbarkeit der demokratischen Friedens-Vorschlage, Ein [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1864)

Wounded. [White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918] (1863)

Writ of habeas corpus, and Mr. Binney, The by Montgomery, John Teackle, b. 1817. (1862)

Writ of habeas corpus, and Mr. Binney, The by Montgomery, John Teackle, b. 1817. (1862)

Wrong and right dispositions under national judgments : a sermon preached by the Rev. Dr. Fuller, on Thursday, April 30, 1863 : being the day of national fasting, humiliation and prayer. by Fuller, Richard, 1804-1876. (1863) available in print

Wrongs of Kansas : speech of Hon. John P. Hale, of New Hampshire : in the United States Senate, February, 1856, The by Hale, John P. (John Parker), 1806-1873. (1856) available in print

Wrongs to Missouri's loyal people : speech of Charles D. Drake, before the mass convention at Jefferson City, September 1, 1863, The by Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892. (1863)