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O'Reilly, Henry, 1806-1886 National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

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O'Rielly, Henry, 1806-1886 German National Library Library and Archives Canada

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VIAF ID: 39812302 (Personal)

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American anthems, on the triumph of liberty and union over slavery and treason. Library of Congress/NACO
American political-antimasonry Library of Congress/NACO
Appendix to the American telegraph magazine Library of Congress/NACO
Atlantic, Lake & Mississippi Telegraph Library of Congress/NACO
Christopher Colles, and the first proposal of a telegraph system in the United States : with incidental allusions to the origin and progress of our city water-works and of our state canals, etc. : a letter to Henry B. Dawson, editor of the Historical magazine Library of Congress/NACO
First connected account of the efforts of the people of New York for defending the union during the late civil war. Library of Congress/NACO
First organization of colored troops in the state of New York, to aid in suppressing the slave-holders' rebellion. Statements concerning the origin, difficulties and success of the movement: including official documents, military testimonials, proceedings of the "Union league club," etc. Library of Congress/NACO
First telegraph case before the United States Supreme Court, Henry O'Rielly and others, appellants, versus S.F.B. Morse and others, appellees : sketch of the opening argument of R.H. Gillet, on the appeal of O'Rielly from the decision of Judge Monroe in Kentucky, December 24th and 27th, 1852. Library of Congress/NACO
Great questions of the times, exemplified in the antagonistic principles involved in the slaveholders' rebellion against democratic institutions as well as against the national union as set forth in the speech of the hon. lorenzo sherwood, ex-member of the texan legislature, delivered at champlain, in northern n.y., oct. 1862 : and also in the 1. resolutions of the democratic league ; 2. in an economic view of the present contest, by s. dewitt bloodgood ; 3. in the views of the loyal press of the north ; 4. and in an incipient chapter of the rebellion, concerning "the texas secessionists, versus, lorenzo sherwood in 1856" xR Extended Titles-test
Light & heat for the million. The great improvement for illuminating the streets of cities and towns, lighting and heating edifices of all kinds ... Library of Congress/NACO
Notices of Sullivan's campaign, or, The revolutionary warfare in western New-York embodied in the addresses and documents connected with the funeral honors rendered to those who fell with the gallant Boyd in the Genesee Valley, including the remarks of Gov. Seward at Mount Hope xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principes as well as against the national union---illustrated in the speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan Legislature, and in the publications of the Democratic League, &c. The slave aristocracy against democracy. Statements addressed to loyal men of all parties, concerning the antagonistic principles involved in the rebellion--- xR Extended Titles-test National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO
Proceedings of the New-York state conventions for "rescuing the canals from the ruin with which they are threatened." by exposing and resisting "the railroad conspiracy" for "discrediting the canals, and diminishing their revenues with a view of bringing them under the hammer" ... and adopting measures for counteracting the ruinous competition with railroads Library of Congress/NACO
Recollections of Henry O'Reilly his correspondence with Samuel L. Gouverneur and others, articles of agreement, etc., relating to publication of the memoirs of James Monroe and sale of his papers to the United States government, 1845-1847, 1882. Library of Congress/NACO
Reform in railroad management, by securing equal rights & cheap transportation. Statement of the views and objects of the National Anti-Monopoly Cheap-Freight Railway League, with an abstract of the congressional railway bills introduced by Senator Harlan ... the nature of which bills ... being fully explained in the annexed statements concerning the development of our industrial resources Library of Congress/NACO
Rochester evening post. Library of Congress/NACO
Rochester in 1835. Brief sketches of the present condition of the city of Rochester. Library of Congress/NACO
Rochester Republican. Library of Congress/NACO
"Settlement in the West." Henry O'Rielly's "Pioneer memoranda," with illustrative documents and other records concerning some of the principal events in his connection with the first footprints in the march of empire across the American continent. Library of Congress/NACO
Settlement in the West Sketches of Rochester; with incidental notices of western New York xR Extended Titles-test National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
The telegraph controversy : U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Kentucky : S.F.B. Morse and others vs. Henry O'Rielly and others : in equity : additional statement of Henry O'Rielly (submitted to the Court in October term 1848). Library of Congress/NACO

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