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Bound Volume of Pamphlets, 1827-1852,
      of Robert Barnwell Rhett
   Received at Published Materials Division

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This bound volume of pamphlets published during the years 1827 to 1852 documents the long career of politician Robert Barnwell Rhett (1800-1876), originally of Beaufort, S.C. This item descended through the Rhett family of Alabama.

  • Address From the Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett to the People of Beaufort and Colleton Districts (Washington, 1841).

  • Address of Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett, to His Constituents, the Citizens of Beaufort, Colleton, Orangeburgh, and Barnwell Districts ([n.p., 1844?]).

  • Address of Sundry Citizens of Colleton District, to the People of the State of South-Carolina (Charleston, [1828]).

  • Address of the Southern Rights Association of the South Carolina College, to the Students in the Colleges, Universities, and to the Young Men, Throughout the Southern States: To Which Are Prefixed the Constitution of the Association, List of Members, &c. (Columbia, 1851).

  • Anti-tariff Meeting ([Baltimore, 1828]).

  • Appeal to the Democratic Party: on the Principles of a National Convention for the Nomination of President and Vice-president of the United States ([n.p., 1844?]).

  • Argument of R. Barnwell Smith, Esq.: Delivered in the Court of Appeals of the State of South-Carolina, Before the Hon. David Johnson & William Harper: on the Third April, 1834, in the Case of the State, Ex Relatione Edward McCrady Against Col. B.F. Hunt, on the Constitution-ality of the Oath in the Act for the Military Organization of This State, Passed 19th December, 1833 (Charleston, 1834).

  • Committee of Ways and Means, to Whom Were Referred the Report of the President and Directors of the Bank of the State, Respectfully Report ([South Carolina, 1848?]).

  • Compromise Measures: Speech of R. Barnwell Rhett, on the Resolution Submitted by Mr. Foot, of Mississippi, in Relation to the Compromise Measures: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 15th and 16th, 1852 (Washington, 1851).

  • Death and Funeral Ceremonies of John Caldwell Calhoun, Containing the Speeches, Reports, and Other Documents Connected Therewith: the Oration of Hon. R.B. Rhett, Before the Legislature, &c &c (Columbia, 1850).

  • Exposition of the Causes and Character of the Difficulties in the Church in Charleston, in the Year 1833, up to November 28 of That Year ([Charleston, 1834?]).

  • John C. Calhoun, in His Personal, Moral, and Intellectual Traits of Character ([New York, 1844]).

  • Massachusetts and South Carolina: an Examination of the Contro¬versy Between Them (Washington, 1845).

  • [Memorial of the Citizens of Colleton District in South Carolina Remonstrating Against Federal Tariff Law] ([Charleston, 1827?]).

  • Reply to the Address of John L. Hunter, Senator of St. Bartholomew’s Parish ([n.p., 1831?]).

  • Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the Reports of the President of the Bank, and the Comptroller General (Columbia, 1831).

  • Speech of Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Annex¬ation of Texas to the United States: Delivered in the House of Representa¬tives, Jan. 21, 1845 ([Washington, 1845?]).

  • Speech of Mr. R. Barnwell Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Veto Power: Delivered in the House of Representatives, July 1, 1842 ([Wash¬ington, 1842?]).

  • Speech of Mr. Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Independent Treasury Bill, Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 25, 1838 (Washing¬ton, 1838).

  • Speech of Mr. Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Oregon Question: Delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., January 5, 1846 (Washington, 1846).

  • Speech of Mr. Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Report of the Committee of Ways and Means Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 1, 1839 (Washington, 1839).

  • Speech of Mr. Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Treasury Note Bill: Delivered in the House of Representatives, on the Thirteenth of May, 1838 (Washington, 1838).

  • Speech of Mr. Rhett, of South Carolina, upon the Cumberland Road Bill, Delivered in the House of Representatives on the Nineteenth of April, 1838 (Washington, 1838).

  • Speech of R.B. Rhett, of South Carolina, Delivered in the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, on the Independent Treasury Bill, on the 22nd Day of June, A.D. 1840 ([Washington, 1840]).

  • Speech of R.B. Rhett, on the New Jersey Election: Delivered in the House of Representatives, December 14, 1839 (Washington, 1839).

  • Speech of R. Barnwell Rhett, on the Bill Authorizing an Issue of Treasury Notes Delivered in the House of Representatives, September 29, 1837 (Washington, 1837).

  • Speech of R. Barnwell Rhett, upon the Mississippi Election: Delivered in the Senate of the House of Representatives, February 3, 1838 (Wash¬ington, 1838).

  • Speech of R. Barnwell Smith: Delivered in the Convention of the State of South Carolina, upon the Question of Repealing the Ordinance of Nullification, on the 13th March, 1833 (Charleston, [1833?]).

  • Speech of R. Barnwell Smith, Delivered in the House of Representa¬tives of the State of South-Carolina: on Certain Resolutions Referred to the Committee of the Whole, Relative to the Tariff Laws, Passed by the Congress of the United States ([Beaufort], 1829).

  • Speech of Robert Barnwell Rhett, on the Treasury Note Bill, Delivered in the House of Representatives. January 21, 1841 (Washington, 1841).

  • Speech of Robert Barnwell Rhett, to His Constituents on the Salt Ketcher River at a Dinner Given on the 4th Day of July, 1839 (Charles¬ton, 1839).

  • Speech of the Hon. R.B. Rhett, of South Carolina, on the Oregon Territory Bill, Excluding Slavery from That Territory—the Missouri Compromise Being Proposed and Rejected. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., Jan. 14, 1847 (Washington, [1847]).

  • Speeches of Senator Rhett and Senator Clemens in Controversy: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 27th and 28th of February, 1852 (Washington, 1852).

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