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Hallett, Benjamin Franklin, 1797-1862 Library of Congress/NACO

Benjamin F. Hallett American lawyer and politician, Democratic National Committee chair Wikidata ISNI

Hallett, Benjamin Franklin German National Library

VIAF ID: 12158366 (Personal)


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Avery's trial Library of Congress/NACO
Masonic oaths, with notes; to which are added practical proofs of the character and tendency of free-masonry. Library of Congress/NACO
Massachusetts yeoman Library of Congress/NACO
<Mr. Hallett's reply to Mr. Wilson's "personal explanation."> "The question of veracity" evaded by Senator Wilson and again settled against him. Library of Congress/NACO
Oration before the Democratic citizens of Worcester county, Massachusetts, at Millbury, July 4, 1839. Library of Congress/NACO
Report of the trial of Albert S. Field, indicted for the murder of Jonathan Gray : before the Supreme Court of Rhode-Island, at Providence, March term, 1826 : for the prosecution, Attorney-General Albert C. Green : for the prisoner, J.L. Tillinghast & John Whipple. Library of Congress/NACO
Rights of the Marshpee Indians : argument of Benjamin F. Hallett, counsel for the memorialists of the Marshpee tribe, before a joint committee of the legislature of Massachusetts, Messrs. Barton and Strong of the Senate, and Dwight of Stockbridge, Fuller of Springfield and Lewis of Pepperell, of the House, to whom the complaints of the Indians for a change of government and redress of grievances were referred, published at the request of Isaac Coombs, Daniel Amos and William Apes, the Marshpee delegation, March 1834. Library of Congress/NACO
Speech, of Hon. Benjamin F. Hallett, in Faneuil Hall, Oct. 21, 1853, in favor of the adoption of a new Constitution. Library of Congress/NACO
Speech of the Hon. B.F. Hallett, of Mass., at the Democratic Ratification Meeting in Waltham, Mass., Friday evening, November 2, 1855. Library of Congress/NACO
Speeches of Hon. Humphrey Marshall & Hon. B. F. Hallett, in the city of Washington, on the nomination of Breckinridge and Lane. Library of Congress/NACO
Trial for alleged embracery Library of Congress/NACO
Trial of Rev. Mr. Avery : a full report of the trial of Ephraim K. Avery, charged with the murder of Sarah Maria Cornell before the Supreme Court of Rhode Island at a special term in Newport, held in May 1833 : with all the incidental questions raised in the trial carefully preserved, the testimony of the witnesses nearly verbatim, and the arguments of counsel, and a correct map and references of all the localities described in the testimony, prepared expressly for this report alone Library of Congress/NACO
Whigery is federalism, 1849: Library of Congress/NACO
Worcester Saturday journal and advertiser Library of Congress/NACO

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