2 edition of oration delivered at Stoughton, Mass., July 5, 1830. found in the catalog.
oration delivered at Stoughton, Mass., July 5, 1830.
|Statement||By Amasa Walker.|
|LC Classifications||HS527 .W2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||10012199|
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book the request of the Democratic Citizens of the Ninth Congressional District,July 4, Oration delivered at Stoughton Boston: Henry L. Devereaux, Printer, Fourth of July addresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Everett, Alexander Hill, Oration, delivered at the request of the city government, before the citizens of Boston, on the 5th of July, Boston, [Mass.]: Press of John H.
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Hamilton Hurd's, History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, with Biographical Sketches of many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men. (Philadelphia, Pa., J. Lewis & Co., ). [The following chapter was contributed by the Hon. Halsey J. Boardman, of Boston, being an address delivered by him at Stoughton, July 4, Oration before the Municipal Authorities of Boston by John S.
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