Letter of the Hon. John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina, U.S. Senator,: In Answer to an Invitation from a Committee Appointed by a Convention of the Democratic Republican Electors of the City of New York, to Deliver an Oration at the Celebration of the Sixty-fourth Anniversary of the Independence of the United States (Google eBook)
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