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Free tea, free coffee, free harbors, and free territory : remarks of Mr. John Wentworth, of Illinois, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 2, 1847, upon the civil and diplomatic appropriation bill, with his personal explanations, in answer to the attacks of the Washington Union. To which is added a portion of the speech of his colleague, [Mr. Douglass] touching the course of the Union's reports thereof.

Title:Free tea, free coffee, free harbors, and free territory : remarks of Mr. John Wentworth, of Illinois, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 2, 1847, upon the civil and diplomatic appropriation bill, with his personal explanations, in answer to the attacks of the Washington Union. To which is added a portion of the speech of his colleague, [Mr. Douglass] touching the course of the Union's reports thereof.
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Subject:Coffee -- United States -- Taxation
Subject:Tariff -- United States -- Speeches in Congress
Subject:Tea -- Taxation -- United States
Subject:United States -- Politics and government -- 1841-1845
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