MOORE, Ely, 1798-1860

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Extended Bibliography

Hugins, Walter Edward. “Ely Moore: The Case History of a Jacksonian Labor Leader." Political Science Quarterly 65 (March 1950): 105-25.

Moore, Ely. Address delivered before the General Trades’ Union of the City of New-York. New-York: J. Ormond, printer, [1833].

———. Address on civil government: Delivered before the New York Typographical Society, February 25th, 1847. At the Society library lecture room. New-York: Printed by B.R. Barlow, 1847.

———. Oration delivered before the mechanics and workingmen of the city of New York, on the fourth of July, 1843, in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Greene Street. New-York: J. Windt, 1843.

———. Remarks of Mr. Ely Moore, of New York, in the House of Representatives, February 4, 1839, on presenting a remonstrance from citizens of the District of Columbia against the reception of abolition petitions, etc. [Washington?: N.p., 1839].

———. Reply to a pamphlet entitled “A statement of facts in relation to the origin, progress and prospects of the New-York and Harlaem rail road company." New-York: Printed by P. Van Pelt, 1833.