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Speech of Mr. Macon, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri.

by Nathaniel Macon

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missouri compromise.,
  • Slavery -- United States -- Speeches in Congress.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE373 .M17
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p.
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22894050M
    LC Control Number01023311

      Learn about the largest slave revolt in US History. Subscribe to HipHughes History is you love history! Speech of Mr. Tucker, of Virginia, on the Restriction of Slavery in Missouri. By , however, Tucker had changed his mind about colonization, believing it to be impractical. Through his study of economics and demographics, he instead decided that slavery would die out on its own.

    Author of The occult life of Jesus of Nazareth, Speech of Mr. Smyth, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri, To the electors of the congressional district composed of the counties of Washington, Wythe, Grayson.., [Gener]al Smyth to the [soldiers o]f the Army of the Centre, Jesus of Nazareth, Regulations for the field exercise, manœvres, and conduct of the infantry of the United States. Speech of Hon. John W. Ellis, Delivered before the Democratic State Convention, in Raleigh, March 9, By John Willis Ellis,

      On the next day, Mr. Thomas, of Illinois, who had always voted with the South against any restriction upon Missouri, introduced the famous clause prohibiting slavery north of 36° 30', which now constitutes the eighth section of the Missouri n: Nathaniel Macon (Decem – J ) was an American politician who represented North Carolina in both houses of was the fifth Speaker of the House, serving from to He was a member of the United States House of Representatives from to and a member of the United States Senate from to He opposed ratification of the United States Education: Princeton University.


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Speech of Mr. Macon, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri Speech of Mr. Macon, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri by Macon, Nathaniel, [from old catalog] Publication date ] Topics Missouri compromise, Slavery -- United States Speeches in Congress Publisher [Washington CollectionPages:   Excerpt from Speech of Mr.

Cook, of Illinois, on the Restriction of Slavery in Missouri: Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 4, Mr.

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Speech on the Missouri question delivered Febru Prefatory remarks signed: R. Proceedings of the Manumission Society of the city of New York, and the correspondence of their committee with Messrs. Tallmadge and Taylor, p. [23] Also available in digital form.

Peoria, IllinoisThe repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and the propriety of its restoration, constitute the subject of what I am about to I desire to present my own connected view of this subject, my remarks will not be, specifically, an answer to Judge Douglas; yet, as I proceed, the main points he has presented will arise, and will receive such respectful attention as I may be able to.

With only the delay of a single day, the bill for the admission of Missouri was reported to the House without the restriction of slavery; but, as if shrink- ing from the immediate discussion of the great question it involved, afterwards, on the motion of Mr.

Mercer, of Virginia, its consideration was post- poned for several weeks ; all which. APA citation style: Webster, D. & African American Pamphlet Collection. () Daniel Webster on slavery: extracts from some of the speeches of Mr.

Webster, on the subject of slavery; together with his great compromise speech, of March 7, entire, and the Boston memorial, on the subject ofWilliam Carter & Brother.

[Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress. Slave Schedule—Index of Owners United States Census Macon Co. Missouri Contributor: Calista Dunham. Mr. Beat Recommended for you. Slavery Missouri Compromise through Nat Turner - Duration: t bro 3, views. Restricted Mode: Off History Help About. Lowrie, Walter, of Pennsylvania, speech of, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri p; Maine and Missouri, Mr.

Thomas offered an amendment to the Missouri branch of the bill, prohibiting slavery north of latitude 36' 30'' excepting within the limits of said proposed State pSlavery: 29 documents.

Title Andrew Jackson to Nathaniel Macon, October 4, Contributor Names Macon, Nathaniel (Correspondent) Jackson, Andrew (Author). Speech of Mr.

Cook, of Illinois, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri. Also available in digital form. Card also lists JKA4 vol. 3, no. 12 as a call number for this item, and says that it is vol. 3, no. 12 in a collection Contributor: Cook, Daniel Pope - Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress).

Get this from a library. Speech of Mr. Barbour, of Virginia, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri. [James Barbour]. Speech of Mr.

Barbour, of Virginia, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri. [Washington, ] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: James Barbour.

Genre/Form: Speeches in Congress: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Meigs, Henry, Speech of Mr. Meigs, of New York, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri.

Speech of Mr. Otis, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri delivered in the Senate of the United States, Janu by: Otis, Harrison Gray, Published: ().

On Slavery’s Border is a bottom-up examination of how slavery and slaveholding were influenced by both the geography and the scale of the slaveholding enterprise. Missouri’s strategic access to important waterways made it a key site at the periphery of the Atlantic world. By the time of statehood inpeople were moving there in large numbers, especially from the upper South, Cited by: 8.

In the House of Representatives of the U. States, on the amendment proposed, requiring the restriction of slaves in Missouri, as a condition of her admission into the Union.

Speaker, I should not have risen on this question did I not believe that we are about to be plunged into a dangerous and conflicting policy wherein some of our best interests and dearest rights are deeply.

Missouri was not the last or one of the last states to end slavery. It became a slave state through the Missouri Compromise of, which means that it was mandated by Congress as a slave state, not by a vote of the citizens of Missouri.

Legalized Slavery existed in Missouri .Speech of Mr. J. Barbour, of Virginia, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri: delivered in the Senate of the United States, Jan. 31, Speech of Mr. Tucker, of Virginia, on the Restriction of Slavery in Missouri. This is the first page of a printed account of a speech delivered by George Tucker in the U.S.

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