Stone Collection: Volume 43 - Item 9
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9. [Lewis] Cass, Speech of Mr. Cass, of Michigan, on the Motion of Mr. Benton for the Indefinite Postponement of the Compromise Bill. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 14, 1850 ([Washington, DC]: Towers, [1850?]). (16 p.)
Speech opposing postponement of the bill in regard to the admission of California as a state, the establishment of territorial governments for Utah and New Mexico, and proposals for the settlement of the western and northern boundaries of Texas.