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1. A discourse on creeds, and ecclesiastical machinery : delivered at Peterboro, February 21, 1858 /$cby A discourse on creeds, and ecclesiastical machinery : delivered at Peterboro, February 21, 1858 /$cby Gerrit Smith.Creeds Controversial literature.

2. A letter from the Hon. Gerrit Smith, to the Cuban anti-slavery committee, New York. A letter from the Hon. Gerrit Smith, to the Cuban anti-slavery committee, New York.Cuba History Insurrection, 1868-1878.; Cuba Slavery.

3. A letter of Cassius M. Clay of Lexington, Ky., to the mayor of Dayton, O. : with a review of it by Gerrit A letter of Cassius M. Clay of Lexington, Ky., to the mayor of Dayton, O. : with a review of it by Gerrit Smith, of Peterboro, N.Y. / Cassius M. Clay, and GerSlavery United States. ; Campaign literature.

4. Abolition of the postal system : speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith, Abolition of the postal system : speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith,Postal service United States$y19th century.

5. Abstract of the argument on the fugitive slave law, made by Gerrit Smith, in Syracuse, June, 1852, on Abstract of the argument on the fugitive slave law, made by Gerrit Smith, in Syracuse, June, 1852, on the trial of Henry W. Allen, U.S. deputy marshal, for kidnapping.Fugitive slave law of 1850. ; Fugitive slaves United States. ; Trials (Kidnapping) New York (State)

6. Address reported by Gerrit Smith to the ""Christian Union Convention"" ; held in Syracuse, August 21st, Address reported by Gerrit Smith to the ""Christian Union Convention"" ; held in Syracuse, August 21st, 1838..Fugitive slaves New York (State) ; Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements.

7. An address / reported by Gerrit Smith to the ""Christian Union Convention"" ; held in Syracuse, August An address / reported by Gerrit Smith to the ""Christian Union Convention"" ; held in Syracuse, August 21st, 1838.Christian union.

8. Anti-Dramshop party. Anti-Dramshop party.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874 Miscellanea.; Anti-Dramshop Party (N.Y.).

9. Communication from Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan, Esq., on the reformation of the intemperate. Communication from Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan, Esq., on the reformation of the intemperate.Alcoholism. ; Temperance.

10. Controversy between New York tribune and Gerrit Smith. Controversy between New York tribune and Gerrit Smith.Slavery United States. ; Temperance United States.

11. Criticism of N.Y. Tribune on Gerrit Smith. Criticism of N.Y. Tribune on Gerrit Smith.Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872.; United States Politics and government 1865-1877.

12. Gerrit Smith and the Vigilant Association of the City of New-York. Gerrit Smith and the Vigilant Association of the City of New-York.Slave insurrections United States. ; Abolitionists United States.

13. Gerrit Smith has consented to deliver a discourse in the Presbyterian Church in this village on Sunday Gerrit Smith has consented to deliver a discourse in the Presbyterian Church in this village on Sunday the 23d inst. at 11 A.M., in behalf of the religion of reason ... /Slavery New York (State) Anti-slavery movements. ; Temperance New York (State) Peterboro. ; Reason.

14. Gerrit Smith on ""The Index"". Gerrit Smith on ""The Index"".Christianity.

15. Gerrit Smith on land monopoly / Gerrit Smith on land monopoly /Land tenure. ; Public lands.

16. Gerrit Smith on religion. Gerrit Smith on religion.Religion Controversial literature.

17. Gerrit Smith on the bailing of Jefferson Davis. Gerrit Smith on the bailing of Jefferson Davis.Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877).

18. Gerrit Smith to Alvin Bronson : rail roads. Gerrit Smith to Alvin Bronson : rail roads.Railroads New York (State) Oswego. ; Railroads New York (State) Economic aspects.

19. Gerrit Smith to Dr. Cuyler : temperance and civil gov Gerrit Smith to Dr. Cuyler : temperance and civil govTemperance United States$y19th century. ; Prohibition United States Political aspects.

20. Gerrit Smith to George T. Downing : equal rights for blacks and whi Gerrit Smith to George T. Downing : equal rights for blacks and whiAfrican Americans Civil rights. ; Civil rights United States.
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