Stone Collection: Volume 19 - Item 9
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9. Henry May, Speeches of the Hon. Henry May, of Maryland, Delivered in the House of Representatives, at the Third Session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress (Baltimore, MD: Kelly, Hedeian & Piet, 1863). (45 p.)
Two speeches in favor of a negotiated peace with the Confederacy and opposed to the enlistment of African Americans in the Union army. The speaker also accuses President Abraham Lincoln of tyranny.