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Fri Mar 21 17:14:47 2014 UTClccn-n841986620.00Sketch of the character of the Hon. Hugh S. Legare0.781.00Annual address before the American Bar Association : at Saratoga Springs, N.Y., August 9th, 1882 /8797633Hugh_S._Legarén 841986621277909Legaré, H. S. (Hugh Swinton), 1797-1843Swinton Legaré, Hugh 1797(?)-1843lccn-no90018740Legaré, Mary S.(Mary Swinton)edtlccn-n78059319O'Brien, Michael1948 April 13-lccn-n85367619Preston, William C.(William Campbell)1794-1860crplccn-no97041194Rhea, Lindalccn-no96009983Ramage, B. James(Burr James)1858-1914lccn-n85368725Hayne, Robert Young1791-1839lccn-n50034043Hayne, Paul Hamilton1830-1886np-bullen, mary swintonBullen, Mary Swintonlccn-nr92024155Butler, Pierce Mason1798-1847np-pell, ferrisPell, FerrisLegaré, Hugh Swinton1797-1843BiographyRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcTrials, litigation, etcSpeeches in CongressHistorySourcesMapsLegaré, Hugh Swinton,United StatesStatesmenSouthern StatesIntellectualsAttorneys generalInternational relationsSouth CarolinaPolitical scienceHayne, Robert Young,LawyersLegislatorsIndependent treasuryCurrency questionBanks and banking, CentralPublic depositariesDecedents' estatesReal propertyInheritance and successionPell, FerrisWillsFinance, PublicArbitration (International law)Navy-yards and naval stationsHaitiFourth of July orationsBanks and bankingUnited States.--CongressPetigru, James Louis,LawSouth Carolina--CharlestonTravelTicknor, George,Gilmer, Francis Walker,Manners and customsManuscript mapsMexicoUnited States Military AcademyPrisonersLafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier,--marquis de,Military campaignsRoman lawCamden, Battle of (South Carolina : 1780)New York (State)--New YorkJefferson, Thomas,Washington (D.C.)Seminole War, 3rd (1855-1858)Seminole War, 2nd (1835-1842)Fair Oaks, Battle of (Virginia : 1862)Territorial expansion1797184318141823183018311837183818391840184118421843184418451846184818521856187018781883188518871893189819021928193419371939194519491950195419611964196719701975197919811984198519861987199119992690112198923.273AC828913ocn011560111book18450.79Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of Hugh Swinton Legaré, late Attorney General and acting Secretary of State of the United States consisting of a diary of Brussels, and journal of the Rhine : extracts from his private and diplomatic correspondence : orations and speeches : and contributions to the New-York and Southern reviews : prefaced by a memoir of his life, embellished with a portraitBiographyRecords and correspondence985ocn765821051file18380.90Legaré, Hugh SwintonLetter from the Hon. Hugh S. Legare on the probable effects of the Sub-Treasury policy with the specie clause to His Excellency Pierce Butler, governor of South CarolinaSpeeches in Congress625ocn085791264book18370.92Legaré, Hugh SwintonSpeech of Mr. H.S. Legare, of South Carolina, on the bill imposing additional duties as depositaries, in certain cases, on public officers delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., October, 1837Speeches in Congress611ocn506066455com18420.92Legaré, Hugh SwintonArgument of Hugh S. Legare, Esq. on the case of Pell vs. BallTrials, litigation, etc464ocn085791262file18390.93Legaré, Hugh SwintonSpeeches of the Hon. H.S. Legaré, of South Carolina on the recognition of Hayti : in favor of a southern naval depot : and on the recent official defalcations394ocn085791282file18380.92United StatesArbitrament of national disputes ... Mr. Legare, from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, made the following report143ocn002363757book18230.90Legaré, Hugh SwintonAn oration, delivered on the fourth of July, 1823; before the '76 Association.92ocn262628894com18370.59Legaré, Hugh SwintonSpeech of Mr. H.S. Legare, of South Carolina, on the bill imposing additional duties as depositaries, in certain cases, on public officersSpeeches in Congress83ocn041919290book18380.59United StatesArbitrament of national disputes : June 13, 1838, read, and laid up on the table : Mr. Legare, from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, made the following report71ocn005640625book18390.95Legaré, Hugh SwintonSpeeches of the Hon. H.S. Legare, of South Carolina, on the recognition of Hayti; in favor of a southern naval depot; and on the recent official defalcations. Delivered in the House of representatives, December 18, 1838, and January 11 and 15, 183943ocn062355689com0.92Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings, consisting of a diary of Brussels, and journal of the Rhine, extracts from his private and diplomatic correspondence, orations and speeches, and contributions to the New York and Southern ReviewsHistorySources32ocn639859594book19700.73Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of Hugh Swinton LegaréCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn561497354book1846Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of H.S.L. ... consisting of a Diary of Brussels and Journal of the Rhine; extracts from his ... correspondence, orations, and speeches, and contributions to the New York and Southern Reviews. Prefaced by a memoir of his life [signed, E.W.J.]. ... Edited by his sister (M.S. Legaré)21ocn084980947book18390.47Legaré, Hugh SwintonThe origin, history, and influence of Roman legislationHistory22ocn776327486book19340.76Rhea, LindaHugh Swinton Legaré, a Charleston intellectual22ocn647837666mix1.00Huger, BenjaminPapers of Benjamin HugerHistoryMapsRecords and correspondenceThe collection also contains correspondence from family in Charleston, S.C., from family and friends abroad, from friends serving in the Seminole Indian wars in Florida and from an 1850 tour of European ordnance manufacturers. An interesting group attempts to prove Huger's innocence in the Talcott affair involving an unauthorized purchase of shot21ocn647894979mix1.00Gilmer, Francis WalkerCorrespondence of Francis Walker GilmerHistoryCorrespondence with Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and others, largely concerning the establishment of the University of Virginia, and particularly Gilmer's efforts in England to select a teaching staff for the new institution. Includes family letters11ocn213528232com18450.35Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of Hugh Swinton Legaré, late Attorney General and acting Secretary of State of the United States : consisting of a diary of Brussels, and journal of the Rhine11ocn270883134book18430.10Legaré, Hugh SwintonWashington, to Edward EverettConcerning the right of search11ocn058763640book1823Legaré, Hugh SwintonAn oration ... fourth of July, 182345112ocn060723937book18460.79Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of Hugh Swinton Legaré, late Attorney General and acting Secretary of State of the United States consisting of a diary of Brussels, and journal of the Rhine : extracts from his private and diplomatic correspondence : orations and speeches : and contributions to the New-York and Southern reviews : prefaced by a memoir of his life, embellished with a portraitBiographyRecords and correspondence3733ocn011727043book19850.73O'Brien, MichaelA character of Hugh LegaréBiography3329ocn060713863com18430.86Preston, William CEulogy on Hugh Swinton Legaré delivered, at the request of the city of Charleston2308ocn000750869book19340.76Rhea, LindaHugh Swinton Legaré, a Charleston intellectual2216ocn060737678com19020.81Ramage, B. JamesHugh Swinton LegaréBiography21910ocn011738655book18780.59Hayne, Paul HamiltonLives of Robert Young Hayne and Hugh Swinton Legare921ocn000088463book19700.73Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of Hugh Swinton LegaréCriticism, interpretation, etc151ocn837076302com0.35Legaré, Hugh SwintonWritings of Hugh Swinton Legaré, late Attorney General and acting Secretary of State of the United States : consisting of a diary of Brussels, and journal of the Rhine103ocn006947040book19540.70Christophersen, Merrill GA rhetorical study of Hugh Swinton Legare, South Carolina unionist71ocn007854796book18831.00Lawton, Alexander RobertAnnual address before the American Bar Association : at Saratoga Springs, N.Y., August 9th, 1882Biography41ocn022212276book19491.00Davis, Richard BealeThe early American lawyer and the profession of letters21ocn054474015bookSketch of the character of the Hon. Hugh S. LegareBiography21ocn004911946book19280.92Willis, Larry JordanThe character and literary style of Hugh Swinton Legaré21ocn166585193book18440.94Elliott, StephenThe sword of the Lord in the land, and Proud boasting our besetting sin as a nation: two sermons preached in Christ church and St. John's, Savannah, on the 2d and 3d Sundays in Lent, in connection with the awful catastrophe on board the Princeton11ocn080182547book18431.00Ticknor, GeorgeLetter, to John C. SpencerLetter regarding Hugh Legaré whose burial the mayor of Boston agreed to fund11ocn041868238book1.00Mills, RobertRobert Mills papersDesigns and plansRecords and correspondenceDiary, 1828-1830, re daily activities, family affairs and social activities; various sketches of design ideas and inventions, statues, houses, and public buildings; also including letter, 23 July 1834, Washington, D.C., to Noah Amherst Phelps, Middletown, Conn., re construction of Phelps' new customs house, expenses involved, contractors, designing fireproof structures, and plans for a customs house for U.S. Congress11ocn032141517bookLegare, John Sydney AsheMemories from the life of a ne'er do wealHistoryGenealogySourcesVolume contains genealogical and biographical information about family members, descriptions of Legare's early life in Charleston (S.C.) including interactions with slaves and Negro street sellers, and descriptions of traveling with his mother to northeastern states (Washington, D.C., Saratoga, N.Y., New York, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and Newport, R.I.). Legare also mentions his cousin, Hugh Swinton Legare11ocn024342015mix1.00Legaré, John Sidney Algernon AsheMemories from the life a ne'er do wealBiographyAnecdotes of his childhood in Charleston, S.C., and on a trip to Washington, D.C., and New York City, written after the Civil War by Legaré, a cousin of Hugh Swinton Legaré, who is mentioned in the volume11ocn041150391mix1.00Wayne, James MooreLettersCorrespondence consisting of a letter from Wayne to Dr. Raymond Harris concerning sickness in his "Negro camp," legal affairs, and states' rights; a personal letter of Wayne's nephew Clifford; and a letter from Hugh Swinton Legaré inquiring about the location of some invoices used in the case of Wood v. U.S11ocn006675335book19751.00Evans, ElizabethThe friendship of Alexander Hill Everett and Hugh Swinton LegaréFri Mar 21 16:04:00 EDT 2014batch23002