Congressional Imprints and Booklets

IMP-2 1807 three page imprint from the secretary of the Treasury on the extraordinary expenses incured by the Navy Dept. for the year of 1807................................................................$10

IMP-3 Report of Senator Douglas of Illinois on the Kansas-Lecompton Constitution Feb.18,1858..................................$45

IMP-4 Report of the Committee of Commerce and mfgrs. on the petition on Zenon Orso March 25,1814. He wants to be compensated for stock lost in Mobile, Ala. after the former French Territory became U.S. Territory......................................................$25

IMP-5 The Questions of the Day: An Address Delivered in the Academy of Music, 4 July 1861, by the Hon. Edward Everett, a noted orator of the 1860s. Everett condemns the South and secession....$65

IMP-6 Message from the President of the United States, 26 January 1841. 1841 original Senate report signed in print Martin Van Buren as President. References to slave ships and violation of suppression of slave trade treaties in Havana, a slave trading port for the Spanish, the Portuguese, Americans, and Britons..............................$75

IMP-7 Remarks of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois, in the Senate, 7 January 1859. Speech delivered by Senator Trumbull on the idea of a Northern and Southern transcontitnental railroad..................$40

IMP-7 African Colonization -- Its Principles and Aims. An Address delivered by John H. B. Latrobe,then President of the American Colonization Society, which favored sending the slaves back to Africa..............................................................$50

IMP-9 Report Chief Engineer of Union Pacific Railroad. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior. Report, dated 1 December 1869, in which the plans for the completion of the Union Pacific railroad is discussed...........................................................$45

IMP-10 Report of the House Committee of Claims, dated 14 January 1845, on the History of the Dismmal Swamp Canal Company. Contains the reports of various engineers on the subject.........................$

IMP-11 An Act for the Relief of Soldiers' Families and Others that Require Assistance, 20 November 1863. Limited printing of only 500. Very rare..........................................................$250

IMP-12 Letter of the Secretary of War, 31 March 1864. Report from the War Department showing the number of men in Kansas subject to military duty, including black and white soldiers..................$55

IMP-13 No Property in Man: Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner on the Proposed Amendment of the Constitution Abolishing Slavery Through the United States, 8 April 1864. Sumner's speech on the future 13th Amendment then pending in Congress.................................$125

IMP-14 The Present Position of the Seceded States, and the Rights and Duties of the General Government in Respect to Them. An address deliverd to the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Dartmouth College in 1865 regarding what should be done to bring the Southern States back into the Union mainstream...............................................$

IMP-16 Letter of Peter Cooper on Slave Emancipation, January 1862. Printed text of a letter to Abraham Lincoln encouraging war goals to include emancipation...............................................$65

IMP-17 The Best Means of Subduing the Rebellion: Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania. Stevens condemns the South and her stance in defense of her Rights as States..........................$50

IMP-18 Handwritten poem about the murder of the the Northern officer Elmer Ellsworth............................................$75

IMP-19 American Tract Society's Almanac, 1863. Alamanc covers the zodiac, with moon phases as well as moral advice......$65

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