PINCKNEY, Henry Laurens, 1794-1863

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Pinckney, Henry Laurens. An address delivered before the Bible Society of the University of Virginia, March 11th, 1835; and published at the request of the Society. Richmond: Printed by T. W. White, 1835.

———. An address delivered before the Temperance Society of the City of Washington. Washington: The Society, 1836.

———. Address to the electors of Charleston District, South Carolina, on the subject of the abolition of slavery. Washington: N.p., 1836.

———. An oration, delivered in the chapel of the South-Carolina College, before the Clariosophic Society Incorporate, and the inhabitants of Columbia, at the anniversary meeting of the Society, on the 5th December, 1825. Charleston: Printed by A.E. Miller, 1826.

———. An oration, delivered in St. Michael’s Church, before an assemblage of the inhabitants of Charleston, South-Carolina; on the fourth of July, 1818, in commemoration of American independence; by appointment of the ‘76 association, and pub. at the request of that Society. Charleston: Printed by W. P. Young, 1818.

———. An oration, delivered in the Independent, or Congregational Church, Charleston, before the State Rights & Free Trade Party, the State Society of Cincinnati, the Revolution Society, the ‘76 Association, and the State Volunteers, on the 4th of July, 1833: Being the 57th anniversary of American Independence. Charleston: Printed and published by A.E. Miller, 1833.

———. Remarks addressed to the citizens of Charleston on the subject of interments and the policy of establishing a public cemetery beyond the precincts of the City. Charleston: Printed by W. Riley, 1839.

———. Speech of Mr. Pinckney, of South Carolina. [Washington, D.C.: N.p., 1837].