Democratic League N Y : The real motives of the rebellion : the slaveholders' conspiracy, depicted by Southern loyalists in its treason against Democratic principles, as well as against the national Union : showing a contest of slavery and nobility versus free government.
Democratic Party Mass State Convention : The fugitive slave law [electronic resource] : speech of Hon. Robert Rantoul, Jr., of Beverly, Mass., delivered before the Grand Mass Convention of the Democratic Voters of the Second Congressional District of Massachusetts : holden at Lynn, Thursday, April 3, 1851 / phonographic report by James W. Stone.
Democratic Party N J : Speech of Capt. R.F. Stockton [electronic resource] / delivered at the great Democratic meeting, at New Brunswick, New Jersey, Wednesday, September 24, 1844 ; James Rees, reporter.
Democratic Party N Y : Proceedings & address of Democratic Republicans [electronic resource] : opposed to the sub-treasury and special deposit schemes, at a meeting held in the city of New-York, January 2d, 1838 [sic].
Democratic Party N Y General Committee : Address of the National Democratic General Committee of the city of New York [electronic resource] : to the electors of the state of New York who supported the national Democratic nominees for President and Vice President of the United States, Breckinridge and Lane.
Democratic Party U S Meeting 1860 Chicago Ill : Speech of Hon. Thompson Campbell, elector at large, on the Breckinridge and Lane ticket, for the State of Illinois [electronic resource] : delivered at the National Democratic mass meeting, at Metropolitan Hall, Chicago, Illinois, Saturday evening, Aug. 11, 1860.
Democratic Republican Active 1831 : The Calhoun doctrine, or, State nullification discussed [electronic resource] : originally published in the "Irishman and Southern Democrat" / by a Democratic Republican.
Democritus Natu Minimus : England's Ichabod, glory departed, : discoursed by two Christian men, zealous for the glory of God, and true lovers of their nation: the one called Heraclitus junior, weeping for and lamenting the inevitable wo and desolation impending and approaching on his native country. And the other called Democritus natu minimus, laughing at the ignorance, blindness, madness, and inexorable stupidity of his own nation, overwhelmed in folly, sin, and wickedness, insensible of its own ruine and misery. Both of them paradoxically praising the Jesuites, and their spurious seed, for their policie, activitie, and dexteritie, in promoting their factions and projects. / By Heraclitus junior, and Democritus natu minimus, for Ri: Fosterschism.
Democritus Risibilis : Avisi Parnassiaci, das ist, Absonderliche Relationes der teutschen Müntz Vnordnung betreffendt [electronic resource] : erstlichen Scusa dess Dalers & consorten, dass sie an der Theurung inn Teutschlandt nicht schuldig seyn : zum Andern, Heracliti vnnd Democriti alter Philosophorum relation, wie es der Staigerung dess Gelts haben, sampt der nachfolgenden inconvenientien in Teutschland fürgangen, sampt Apollinis censur vber beeder Anbringen / alles auss dem Parnassischen Protocoll vbersetzt vnnd auss Befelch dess Apollinis in Druck verfertiget durch Democritum Risibilem & Heraclitum Flebilem, Pelasgos.