The Salmon P. Chase Papers - Vol. 2

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The Salmon P. Chase Papers VOLUME 2
Correspondence, 1823-1857

JOHN NIVEN, EDITOR

JAMES P. MCCLURE, SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR

LEIGH JOHNSEN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR

STEVE LEIKIN, ASSISTANT EDITOR

WILLIAM M. FERRARO, ASSISTANT EDITOR

The Kent State University Press

KENT, OHIO, AND LONDON, ENGLAND

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editorial Advisory Board v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Chronology xi
  • Introduction by John Niven xv
  • Editorial Procedures xxi
  • To Thomas Sparhawk 6
  • To Adeline M. Hitchcock and Lauretta Hitchcock 8
  • To Thomas Sparhawk 14
  • To Hamilton Smith 16
  • To Thomas Sparhawk 19
  • To Hamilton Smith 23
  • To Alexander Ralston Chase 27
  • To Hamilton Smith 28
  • From Abigail Chase Colby 29
  • From William Wirt 38
  • To Thomas Sparhawk 39
  • To Thomas Sparhawk 42
  • To Charles D. Cleveland 47
  • To Daniel Webster 49
  • To Hamilton Smith 51
  • To Hamilton Smith 53
  • To Samuel F. VInton 55
  • From John Mclean 57
  • To Charles D. Cleveland 59
  • To the Cincinnati Daily Gazette 60
  • From James G. Birney 62
  • To Charles D. Cleveland 63
  • To Charles D. Cleveland 67
  • To William Henry Harrison 69
  • To Charles D. Cleveland 72
  • From Flamen Ball 77
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 79
  • To James G. Birney 81
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 84
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 85
  • From Cassius M. Clay 90
  • To Gerrit Smith 94
  • To John Quincy Adams 96
  • To Lewis Tappan 99
  • To Lewis Tappan 101
  • From Henry B. Stanton 103
  • From William H. Seward 105
  • To Robert F. Paine 107
  • To Quintus F. Atkins 108
  • To Gerrit Smith 109
  • From William H. Seward 111
  • To Caleb Emerson 116
  • To Henry B. Stanton and Elizur Wright 117
  • To Charles D. Cleveland 121
  • To William H. Collins 122
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 124
  • From Joshua R. Giddings 125
  • To Gerrit Smith 127
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 128
  • To J. H. Rose Et Al. 130
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 131
  • From Edwin M. Stanton 132
  • From John Mclean 134
  • From Edwin M. Stanton 137
  • From William H. Seward 138
  • From Edwin M. Stanton 141
  • From Charles Sumner 142
  • From William H. Seward 144
  • To Charles Sumner 145
  • To John P. Hale 151
  • From Gamaliel Bailey 156
  • To Charles Sumner 160
  • From John Mclean 163
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 165
  • From Jacob Brinkerhoff 167
  • From Lewis Tappan 169
  • To John P. Hale 173
  • From Samuel J. Tilden 176
  • To Benjamin Franklin Butler 179
  • To James W. Taylor 181
  • To Martin Van Buren 186
  • From Joshua Leavitt 188
  • From Martin Van Buren 190
  • To John Van Buren 191
  • To Charles Sumner 191
  • To Thomas Bolton 195
  • From John C. Vaughan 202
  • To John C. Vaughan 204
  • To Stanley Matthews 210
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 211
  • To John F. Morse 213
  • To Stanley Matthews 216
  • To Stanley Matthews 219
  • From Albert G. Riddle 223
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 225
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 229
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 232
  • To Charles Sumner 233
  • To Jacob Brinkerhoff 236
  • To George Bradburn 241
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 243
  • To Benjamin Franklin Butler 247
  • To Charles R. Miller 249
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 252
  • To Charles Sumner 253
  • To Charles Sumner 256
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 258
  • From John A. Dix 261
  • To Charles Sumner 264
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 265
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 266
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 268
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 271
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 272
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 273
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 274
  • To Charles Sumner 276
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 278
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 280
  • To Charles Sumner 284
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 286
  • To Stanley Matthews 290
  • To Unknown 291
  • To Benjamin Tappan 294
  • From Frederick Douglass 295
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 296
  • To Sarah Bella D. L. Chase 297
  • To John Mclean 298
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 301
  • To Charles Sumner 302
  • To Joseph Mccormick 304
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 305
  • To Kate Chase 307
  • To John F. Morse 309
  • To Milton Sutliff 312
  • To Edward A. Stansbury 313
  • From Charles Sumner 315
  • To Charles Sumner 316
  • To Gerrit Smith 317
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 318
  • To Charles R. Miller 321
  • To Joshua R. Giddings 323
  • To Gerrit Smith 333
  • To Hamilton Smith 337
  • From John Brough 342
  • To Edward S. Hamlin 344
  • From Horace Greeley 346
  • Index 473
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