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E380 .N26 [Info] Address of the Administration Standing Committee to Their Fellow-Citizens of Indiana (1828), by National Republican Party (Ind.) (multiple formats at
E380 .N27 [Info] Address of the Central Committee Appointed by a Convention of Both Branches of the Legislature Friendly to the Election of John Q. Adams as President and Richard Rush as Vice-president of the U. States, Held at the State-House in Boston, June 10, 1828, to Their Fellow-Citizens (1828), by National Republican Party (Mass.) Central Committee
E380 .N33 [Info] Proceedings of the Anti-Jackson Convention Held at the Capitol in the City of Richmond, With Their Address to the People of Virginia, Accompanied by Documents (Richmond: Printed at the Franklin Press, 1828), by National Republican Party (Va.) Convention
E380 .V88 [Info] A Voice From Pennsylvania: Address of the Friends of the National Administration to the Citizens of Washington County, Pa. (parts of page 15 missing; 1827), by National Republican Party (Pa.) (multiple formats at
E381 .C659 1828 [Info] An Address to the People of the United States on the Subject of the Presidential Election, With a Special Reference to the Nomination of Andrew Jackson, Containing Sketches of His Public and Private Character (copyright registered to Colwell; 1828), contrib. by Joseph Colwell
E381 .C7 [Info] A Letter to His Countrymen (New York: John Wiley, 1834), by James Fenimore Cooper
E381 .H39 1898 [Info] The Great Debate Between Robert Young Hayne of South Carolina and Daniel Webster of Massachusetts (from the Riverside Literature Series; Boston et al.: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1898), by Robert Young Hayne and Daniel Webster, ed. by Lindsay Swift
E381 .H42 [Info] Speech of Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina, on Mr. Foot's Resolution, Proposing an Inquiry Into the Expediency of Abolishing the Office of Surveyor General of Public Lands, and for Discontinuing Further Surveys, &c. (Washington: Printed by D. Green, 1830), by Robert Young Hayne
E381 .V89 [Info] The Voice of the People, and the Facts, in Relation to the Rejection of Martin Van Buren by the U.S. Senate (New York: New York Standard, 1832), ed. by Democratic Party (N.Y.), contrib. by Nathaniel Pitcher Tallmadge, Daniel Webster, Samuel Smith, William L. Marcy, Andrew Jackson, John Forsyth, John A. Dix, Henry Clay, Benjamin F. Butler, and Bedford Brown
E381 .W35 [Info] Speech of Daniel Webster, in Reply to Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina: The Resolution of Mr. Foot, of Connecticut, Relative to the Public Lands, Being Under Consideration, Delivered in the Senate, January 26, 1830 (Washington: Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1830), by Daniel Webster
E381 .W35 [Info] Speech of Daniel Webster, in Reply to Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina: The Resolution of Mr. Foot, of Connecticut, Relative to the Public Lands, Being Under Consideration, Delivered in the Senate, January 26, 1830 (New-York: Printed by Elliott and Palmer, 1830), by Daniel Webster (page images at HathiTrust)
E382 .H79 1938 [Info] The Hermitage, Home of Old Hickory (Richmond: Garrett and Massie, 1938), by Stanley F. Horn (page images at HathiTrust)
E382 .H79 1950 [Info] The Hermitage, Home of Old Hickory (New York: Greenberg, c1950), by Stanley F. Horn
E382 .W34 [Info] The Life and Times of Andrew Jackson (Thomson, GA: Press of the Jeffersonian Pub. Co., 1912), by Thomas E. Watson
E383 .N268 [Info] An Address to the People of Maryland, From Their Delegates in the Late National Republican Convention (Baltimore: Printed by Sands and Neilson, 1832), by Joseph Kent and National Republican Party (Md.) (page images at Google)
E383 .W32 [Info] Proceedings of the National Republican Convention of Young Men, Which Assembled in the City of Washington May 7, 1832, by National Republican Young Men (U.S.) (page images at Google)
E384.3 .B22 1928 [Info] Calhoun and the South Carolina Nullification Movement (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1928), by Frederic Bancroft (page images at HathiTrust)
E384.3 .C47 [Info] Proceedings of the State Rights and Free Trade Convention, Held in Charleston, (S.C.), on the 22d and 25th February, 1832 (Political Tract #7; 1832), by Charleston State Rights and Free Trade Association of South Carolina
E384.3 .M41 1834 [Info] State Papers on Nullification: Including the Public Acts of the Convention of the People of South Carolina, Assembled at Columbia, November 19, 1832, and March 11, 1833; the Proclamation of the President of the United States, and the Proceedings of the Several State Legislatures Which Have Acted on the Subject (Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1834), ed. by Massachusetts General Court Committee on the Library, contrib. by South Carolina and Andrew Jackson
E386 .N53 [Info] Proceedings of the Great Democratic Republican Meeting in the City of New York, January 2, 1838 (1838) (multiple formats at
E390 .W32 [Info] The Northern Man with Southern Principles, and the Southern Man with American Principles: or, A View of the Comparative Claims of Gen. William H. Harrison and Martin Van Buren, Esq., Candidates for the Presidency, to the Support of Citizens of the Southern States (Washington: Printed by Peter Force, 1840), by Republican Committee of Seventy-six (multiple formats at
E392 .B97 [Info] The Life and Times of William Henry Harrison (New York: L. W. Ransom; Philadelphia: R. W. Pomeroy, 1840), by S. J. Burr (multiple formats at
E392 .C983 [Info] Outlines of the Life and Public Services, Civil and Military, of William Henry Harrison (Boston: Eastburn's Press, 1840), by Caleb Cushing (multiple formats at
E392 .G59 [Info] William Henry Harrison: A Political Biography (Indiana Historical Collections v14; Indianapolis: Historical Bureau of the Indiana Library and Historical Deaprtment, 1926), by Dorothy Burne Goebel (page images at HathiTrust)
E392 .S76 [Info] Remarks of the Hon. Peleg Sprague at Faneuil Hall, Before the Citizens of Boston and Its Vicinity, Upon the Character and Services of Gen. William Henry Harrison, of Ohio, the Whig Candidate for the Presidency of the United States (Boston: J. H. Eastburn, 1839), by Peleg Sprague (page images at Google)

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