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Jay, John (lawyer) (lawyer) Wikipedia (en)

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America free, or America slave An address on the state of the country xR Extended Titles-test
American church and the african slave trade mr. jay's speech in the new york diocesan convention of the protestant episcopal church. on the 27th september, 1860. with a note of the proceedings had in that council on the subject xR Extended Titles-test
Church and the rebellion mr. jay's letter to the rector and vestry of st. matthew's church, bedford, with a preface in reply to the rector's speech from the chancel on sunday, june 21, 1863, touching the recent visit of a clergyman of doubtful loyalty xR Extended Titles-test
Correspondence between John Jay and Henry B. Dawson and between James A. Hamilton and Henry B. Dawson concerning the Fœderalist xR Extended Titles-test
Facts connected with the presentment of Bishop Onderdonk a reply to parts of the Bishop's statement xR Extended Titles-test
Fisheries dispute a suggestion for its adjustment by abrogating the convention of 1818 and resting on the rights and liberties defined in the treaty of 1783 : a letter to the honourable william m. evarts of the united states senate xR Extended Titles-test
Great conspiracy an address delivered at mt. kisco ... new york, on the 4th of july, 1861, the 86th anniversary of american independence xR Extended Titles-test
Great issue. an address delivered before the union campaign club of east brooklyn, new york on tuesday evening, oct. 25, 1864 xR Extended Titles-test
Progress and results of emancipation in the english west indies a lecture delivered before the philomathian society of the city of new-york xR Extended Titles-test
Statistical view of american agriculture its home resources and foreign markets, with suggestions for the schedules of the federal census in 1860. an address delivered at new york, before the american geographical and statistical society, on the organization of the agricultural section xR Extended Titles-test
Supplement to the New-York Legal Observer, containing the report of the case in the matter of George Kirk, a fugitive slave, heard before the Hon. J.W. Edmonds, circuit judge also the argument of John Jay of counsel for the slave xR Extended Titles-test
Thoughts on the duty of the Episcopal church, in relation to slavery being a speech delivered in N.Y.A.S. convention, February 12, 1839 xR Extended Titles-test
Union League Club of New York Address of the president. June 23, 1866 xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
William Jay, and the constitutional movement for the abolition of slavery Library of Congress/NACO

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