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Gen. Harper's speech, to the citizens of Baltimore, on the expediency of promoting a connexion between the Ohio, at Pittsburgh, and the waters of the Chesapeake, at Baltimore, by a canal through the District of Columbia. With his reply to some of the objections of Mr. Winchester. Delivered at a meeting, held at the Exchange, on the 20th day of December, 1823.

Title:Gen. Harper's speech, to the citizens of Baltimore, on the expediency of promoting a connexion between the Ohio, at Pittsburgh, and the waters of the Chesapeake, at Baltimore, by a canal through the District of Columbia. With his reply to some of the objections of Mr. Winchester. Delivered at a meeting, held at the Exchange, on the 20th day of December, 1823.
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Note:Baltimore: Published by Edward J. Coale., 1824
  
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