The Life and Public Services of Salmon Portland Chase: United States Senator and Governor of Ohio, Secretary of the Treasury and Chief-Justice of the United States

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THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF SALMON PORTLAND CHASE,
UNITED STATES SENATOR AND GOVERNOR OF OHIO+ADs- SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, AND CHIEF-JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES.

BY J. W. SCHUCKERS.

TO WHICH IS ADDED THE EULOGY ON MR. CHASE, DELIVERED BY WILLIAM M. EVARTS, BEFORE THE ALUMNI OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, JUNE 24,1874.

NEW YORK: D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, 549 U+000- 551 BROADWAY.

1874.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 7
  • Chapter III 13
  • Chapter IV 18
  • Chapter V 22
  • Chapter VI 32
  • Chapter VII 38
  • Chapter VIII 45
  • Chapter IX 52
  • Chapter X 67
  • Chapter XI 81
  • Chapter XII 89
  • Notes to Chapter Xii. 99
  • Chapter XIV 118
  • Chapter XV 128
  • Chapter XVI 134
  • Chapter XVII 140
  • Chapter XVIII 149
  • Chapter XIX 160
  • Chapter XX 170
  • Chapter XXI 177
  • Chapter XXII 183
  • Chapter XXIV 209
  • Chapter XXV 216
  • Chapter XXVI 229
  • Chapter XXVII 236
  • Chapter XXVIII 258
  • Chapter XXIX 269
  • Chapter XXX 274
  • Chapter XXXI 282
  • Chapter XXXII 293
  • Chapter XXXIII 312
  • Chapter XXXIV 330
  • Chapter XXXV 338
  • Chapter XXXVI 356
  • Chapter XXXVII - Letters and Extracts from Letters of Mr. Chase Written During the Year 1862. 363
  • Chapter XXXVIII - Letters and Extracts from Letters Written in 1863. 384
  • Chapter XL 406
  • Chapter XLI - Mr. Chase and the War--Extracts from His Letters And Diaries. 1861. 418
  • Chapter XLII - Mr. Chase and the War. 1862. 434
  • Chapter XLIII - 1862. 443
  • Chapter XLIV - Mr. Chase and the War. 1863. 465
  • Chapter XLV - 1862-1864. 473
  • Chapter XLVI 489
  • Chapter XLVII - Mr. Chase and the War--Reconstruction and Restoration. 514
  • Chapter XLIX 546
  • Chapter L 560
  • Chapter LI 574
  • Chapter LII 594
  • The Last Scene of All. 619
  • Notes to Chapter Lii. 626
  • Eulogy on Mr. Chase, - Delivered Before the Alumni of Dartmouth College, June 24, 1874, 635
  • Index. 663
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