BROOKS, James, 1810-1873


Extended Bibliography

Brooks, James. The American Party: Remarks of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, before a meeting of the American Party, held at Cincinnati, Friday evening, May 30th, 1856. Reported by T. Shinkwin. [Cincinnati, Ohio?: N.p., 1856].

———. Catalogue of the library of the late James Brooks. [New York: N.p., 1886].

———. A correspondence between James Brooks of New York and Reverdy Johnson of Baltimore on the state of the country and the way to avert the peril which threatens it. Baltimore: Printed at the Sun Book and Job Off., 1872.

———. Cuban Affairs: Reply of Mr. Brooks, of New York, to changes against the administration, made by Mr. Polk, of Tennessee. [Tenn.?]: Gideon & Co., Printers., 1853.

———. The currency, its expansion, the public debt, the new national banks . Washington, [D.C.]: McGill & Witherow, steam printers, [1864?]

———. The Hon. James Brooks’ speech, before the Union Democratic association, 932 Broadway, Tuesday evening, December 30, 1862. New-York: J. and E. Brooks, [1863?]

———. How Massachusetts reigns and has reigned : effect on Negro race and on slavery : border state co-operation: Cost of Massachusetts government —a million of lives —four thousand millions of debt: Feeding and farming with Negroes not white men’s government / speech of James Brooks ; delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19, 1864. Washington, D.C.: Printed at the Office of “The Constitutional Union", 1864.

———. Impeachment of the President. Speech ... in the House of Representatives, Feb. 22, 1868. [Washington, D.C.: N.p., 1868].

———. Reconstruction. [Washington: Printed at theCongressional Globe Office, 1867].

———. Reciprocity discussed: Trade with England and her colonies; speech of Mr. Brooks, of New York, on the two letters of Sir Henry Bulwer to Mr. Clayton, Secretary of State, respecting reciprocity, etc. ; delivered in the House of Representatives, May 14, 1850. Washington: Congressional Globe Office, 1850.

———. Remarks of Mr. Brooks in the House of Representatives, March 7th: The biggest deficiency bill ever known in the world’s history... [New York: The Society, 1863].

———. A seven months’ run, up, and down, and around the world. New York: Appleton, 1872.

———. Remarks of Mr. Brooks in the House of Representatives, March 7th. [New York: N.p.,1863].

———. A seven months’ run, up, and down, and around the world. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1874.

———. Speech of the Hon. James Brooks, at 932 Broadway, Tuesday evening, December 30, 1862. [New York: N.p., 1863].

———. Speech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, on the deficiency bill. In the House of Representatives, March 20, 1852. [Washington]: Gideon & Co., printers [1852].

———. Speech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, on the President’s message, in the House of Representatives, December, 1864. [Washington?: N.p., 1864].

———. The tariff. Speech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, delivered in the House of Representatives, March 3, 1870. [Washington: National Democratic Executive Resident Committee, 1870].

———. The two proclamations: Speech of the Hon. James Brooks, before the Democratic Union Association, Sept. 29th, 1862. [New York]: Printed by Van Evrie, Horton & Co., [1862?]