The Library of Congress >  Researchers >  Search Finding Aids  >  Grover Cleveland papers, 1743-1945
Some or all content stored offsite.
ContainerContents
Series X: Printed Matter, 1786-1924 (continued)
Turn Not a Deaf Ear to Pity's Call
1886
Jan.
A Bill to Promote Mendicancy
In the Supreme Court of the Territory of New Mexico
Feb.
The Constitutional Aspects of the Conflict between the President and the Senate
Senate Report No. 71
Senate Report No. 89
Mar., Maryland Democratic Association, Washington, D.C.
Apr.
Proceedings of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
Unidentified
May
House of Representatives Bill No. 8674
House of Representatives Report No. 2527
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Citizens' Law and Order League of Massachusetts
June, Senate Ex. Doc. No. 170
July, Improvement of the Mississippi River
Aug., Enforcement of the Laws by L. Edwin Dudley
Sept., Proceedings of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
Dec., Wabash Receivership
1886, no month given
The American Exhibition, London, England
A Brief Enquiry into the Right of the President to Remove and Suspend Federal Officials
The Burton Stock Car Co.
Caving Banks on the Mississippi River by B. M. Harrod
Constitution and By-Laws of the Cook County Democratic Club, Chicago
Factory Filled Salt for Butter, Cheese, and Table Use
International Copyright
Our Friends, the Coeur D'Aleine Indians
The President's Veto of Senate Bill No. 183
1887
Jan.
Notice and Grounds of Contest of Frank J. Sullivan vs. Charles N. Felton
BOX X:3 Senate Bill No. 3182
Feb.
House of Representatives Bill Nos. 11,123; 11,185; 11,186
Report of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Law and Order Society of the City of Philadephia, Pa.
La Question des Chevliers du Travail
Mar.
United States Patent Office
The Government Sugar Experiments and the Sugar Trade
May, Pennsylvania Railroad Co. timetable
July
Constitution of the State of Utah
Distributing the Surplus among the States
Pleading Failure of the Consideration in the Matter of the Purchase of Guano on Time
Aug.
Commercial Union with Canada from a United States Point of View
Moral Laws and Positive Laws
Sept., Minority Report-Utah Commission
Oct., Procession and Serenade in Honor of Grover Cleveland
Dec.
President Cleveland's Message
Veteran Republican and temperance leaders, correspondence
1887, no month given
An Act to Grant Copyright to Persons Not Citizens of the United States of America
By-Laws of the Wapello County Democratic Club, Ottumwa, Iowa
Constitution and By-Laws of Pensioners' Benevolent Union of the State of Missouri
Report on Samoa by George H. Bates to the secretary of state
Report on the Dakota Territory by the governor of Dakota to the secretary of the interior
The Soldier and the Veto
Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.
The Telegraphone
Unidentified
1888
Jan.
Harlem Democratic Club
In Memory of Daniel Manning
New York Belletrisches Journal
Feb.
House of Representatives Ex. Doc. No. 154
North American Review, Political Effect of the Message
Mar.
Speech of James B. McCreary in favor of a conference at Washington between the nations of North, Central, and South America to encourage reciprocal commercial relations and promote arbitration
A Bill to Provide for New Designs of United States Coins
J. T. Mercer to United States Senators and Members of Congress
Apr.
American Rights in Samoa, message from the president of the United States
American Social Science Association
House of Representatives Report No. 1496
The Tariff by Roger Q. Mills
May
Ohio Democratic state convention program
The Tariff by William L. Wilson
Senate Mis. Doc. No. 109
Speech by William L. Scott on bill to reduce taxation and simplify the laws in relation to the collection of the revenue
Tariff Reform, speech by Ashbel P. Fitch
The Surplus and the Tariff, speech by S. S. Cox
June
An Address to the Delegates to the Democratic National Convention at St. Louis
House of Representatives Bill No. 10,614
July
Free Wool, speech by William M. Springer
The Mills Bill
The New Agriculture, Aquaculture, or Sub-Irrigation
Speech on the tariff by Roger Q. Mills
Aug.
Is the Republican Party Sincere? by Charles W. Dayton
Pensions
Speech on the tariff by Allen C. Thurman
Sept.
Cleveland, the Leader of Reform
Curious Facts with Regard to Our Presidents
Oct.
A Naval Reserve for the United States
Unidentified
Nov.
Appeal for Kennesaw Educational Fund
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
Dec.
Appraisers' stores
Foreign Legations in the United States
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
President Cleveland's True Character
The Sisters of St. Francis Christmas card
1888, no month given
Constitution and By-Laws of the Farmers' Exchange, Lexington, Ky.
Constitution of the Young Men's Democratic League
Convincing Truths in Support of President Cleveland's Message
BOX X:4 The Rate of Wages
The Reduction of War Taxes
Shall the Law That Protects Farmers Be Repealed?
Tariff History: A Complete Account of American Tariff Legislation from the Foundation of the Government to the Passage of the Mills Bill
Next Page »

Contents List