Get this from a library! Oration delivered at the Democratic Republican celebration of the sixty-fourth anniversary of the independence of the United States: July fourth, 1840, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Greene-Street, in the city of New-York. [Samuel Young; Democratic Party N.Y.; Methodist Episcopal Church New York, N.Y.].
1. Authors: Young,Samuel,1779-1850.; Democratic Party New York, N.Y. Titles: Oration delivered at the Democratic Republican celebration of the sixty-fourth anniversary of the independence of the United States: July fourth, 1840, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Greene-Street, in the City of New-York/ by the Hon. Samuel Young. Oration Delivered at the Democratic Republican Celebration of the Sixty-Fourth Anniversary of the Independence of the United States: July Fourth, 1840, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Greene-Street, in the City of New-York. Oration Delivered at the Democratic Republican Celebration of the Sixty-Second Anniversary of the Independence of the United States, in the City of New York, Fourth July, 1838, July 4, 1837 Note New York: Printed and Published by Jared W. Bell, 1838. Oration delivered at the Democratic Republican celebration of the sixty-fourth anniversary of the independence of the United States: July fourth, 1840, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Greene-Street, in the City of New-York / By 1789-1850. Samuel Young and Democratic Party N.Y..
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