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Acker, Jacob

Adams, Charles Francis

Adams, John

Adams, John Quincy

Adams, John Quincy, as presidential candidate

Albert, Prince of Bavaria

Allen, Thomas

Allen, William

Armstrong

Arnold, Benedict

Arnold, Lemuel H.

Arnold, Samuel

Arthur, Chester

Arthur, Chester A.

Attucks, Crispus

Atzerodt, George

Austin, Stephen

Avery, Ephraim K.

Babcock, George W.

Bamber, John, Sr., and James

Bancroft, George

Barker, James W.

Barnum, Phineas T.

Barre, Isaac

Barry, William Taylor

Bates, Edward

Beach, Moses Y.

Beauregard, P. G. T.

Beauregard, P.G.T.

Beckford, William

Beecher, Henry Ward

Beecher, Henry Ward, and the Kansas Question

Bell, John

Bell, John, as presidential candidate

Belmont, August

Beman, Jehiel C.

Benedict

Benjamin, Judah P.

Bennett, James Gordon

Benton, Jessie (Mrs. Charles Fremont)

Benton, Thomas Hart

Berdt, Dennis de

Bernet, E. O.

Bickley, George W. L.

Biddle, Nicholas

Bingham, John A.

Binns, John

Bishop, William

Bismarck, Otto von

Black Hawk (Chief)

Blackburn, John C.

Blair, Francis P., Jr.

Blair, Francis Preston

Bolivar, Simon

Bond, Hugh Lenox

Boole, F. J. A.

Booth, John Wilkes

Both, Carl, Dr.

Botts, John Minor

Boutwell, George S.

Boweryem, George

Boyce, Isaac G.

Brady, William V.

Bragg, Braxton

Branch, John

Brannan, M. F.

Breckenridge, John C.

Brooks, James

Brooks, Preston

Brother Jonathan

Brown, Albert Gallatin

Brown, Benjamin Gratz

Brown, Henry "Box"

Brown, John

Brown, Joseph E.

Browning, William S.

Bruckner, Simon Bolivar

Bryant, William Cullen

Buchanan, James

Buchanan, James, as presidential candidate

Buchanan, James, his presidency criticized

Buckingham, Silk

Bullitt, Alexander C.

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George E.L., 1st baron Lytton

Burns, Anthony

Burns, Archibald W.

Burnside, Ambrose E.

Burr, C. Chauncy

Butler, Andrew Pickens

Butler, Benjamin Franklin

Butler, Gen. Benjamin F.

Butler, William Orlando

Bynum, Jesse

C{acute}eleste, Madame C{acute}eline

Cahill, Benjamin

Caldwell, James

Calhoun, John C.

Cambreleng, Churchill C.

Cambreling, Churchill C.

Camden, Charles Pratt, 1st earl of

Cameron, Simon

Canning, Josiah D.

Carr, Patrick

Cass, Lewis

Cass, Lewis, as presidential candidate

Cassidy, M.

Cato (pseudonym)

Charlotte Sophia (queen of England)

Chase, Salmon P.

Chinn, Julia

Cilley, Jonathan

Cinquez, Joseph

Clark, Aaron

Clark, John

Clay, Cassius M.

Clay, Henry

Clay, Henry, as presidential candidate

Clay, Henry, opposition to Jackson banking policy

Clay, Henry, opposition to Van Buren

Clay, Lt. Col. Henry

Clayton, John Middleton

Clemens, Jeremiah

Clinton, De Witt

Clinton, De Witt, his widow

Clymer, Hiester

Cobb, Howell

Cochrane, John

Cockburn, Sir George

Cole, George F.

Coleman, William

Colfax, Schuyler

Collins, Charles

Colt, John Caldwell

Condy, Jonathan W.

Conklin

Conkling, Roscoe

Connolly, Richard B.

Conway, Henry Seymour

Cooper, James Fenimore

Copley, John Singleton

Cornell, Sarah Maria

Corning, Erastus D.

Corwin, Thomas

Cos, Martin Perfecto de

Cowan, Edgar

Cox, Samuel S.

Crawford, George W.

Crawford, William

Crittenden, John J.

Crittenden, W. H.

Crolius, Clarkson

Crosland, John M.

Croswell, Edwin

Curtis, Edward

Cushman, Samuel

Dallas, George Mifflin

Dana, Charles A.

Dartmouth, William Legge, 2d earl of

Davis, Henry Winter

Davis, Jefferson

Davis, Jefferson, after fall of the Confederacy

Davis, Jefferson, freed from prison

Davis, Jefferson.

Davis, Matthew L.

Dawson, William C.

Dayton, Jonathan

Dayton, William L.

Dela, Louis

Delany, Martin Robinson

Delavan, Charles H.

Dickerson, Mahlon

Dickinson, Daniel S.

Dix, John A.

Doolittle, J. R.

Dorr, Thomas Wilson

Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglass, Frederick

Downing, Jack or "Zek" (fictitious character)

Duane, William John

Duncan, Alexander

Eaton, John Henry

Eaton, Peggy O'Neale

Edmonds, John W.

Egerton, C. C.

Ellicott, Thomas

Elliot, Robert B.

Ellmaker, Amos

Elssler, Fanny

Emmett, Robert

Everett, Edward

Ewing, Thomas

Fahnestock, Levi

Fairfax, George William

Fairfield, John

Fannin, James

Farragut, David G.

Fenner, James

Fessenden, William P.

Fieschi, Guiseppe Maria

Fillmore, Millard

Findlay, William

Fisk, James

Flagg, Azariah C.

Fletcher, Thomas C.

Floyd, John B.

Foote, Henry Stuart

Forney, John W.

Forrest, Nathan Bedford

Forsyth, John

Foster, Henry Allen

Fowler, Orson S.

Freaner, James L.

Frelinghuysen, Theodore

Fremont, John Charles

Garcia y Rey, Juan Francisco

Garrison, William Lloyd

Geary, John White

George III (king of England)

Germain, George Sackville

Giddings, Joshua Reed

Giles, John R.

Girard, Stephen

Glentworth, James B.

Gorham, George C.

Grant, Ulysses S.

Grant, Ulysses S., as presidential candidate

Grant, Ulysses S., presidency

Grant, Ulysses S., presidential candidate

Graves, William J.

Gray, Samuel

Greeley, Horace

Greeley, Horace, and the Free Soil party

Greeley, Horace, and the Fremont campaign

Greeley, Horace, his own presidential candidacy

Greeley, Horace, support of Lincoln's presidential candidacy

Greeley, Horace, support of Scott's presidential bid

Green, Ashbel

Green, Duff

Green, James S.

Grieves, James

Griswold, Roger

Gumpert, G.

Gunther, C. Godfrey

Gutiere de la Concha, Jose

Hackett, James

Hale, David

Hale, John Parker

Hall, A. Oakey

Hall, Lillis

Halleck, Henry W.

Hamlin, Hannibal

Hampton, Wade

Hancock, John

Hannegan, Edward Allen

Hardesty, Charles R.

Harlan, James

Harris, Benjamin G.

Harrison, William Henry

Hayes, Rutherford B.

Haynau, Julius von

Haywood, William Henry, Jr.

Heister, Joseph

Hendricks, Thomas A.

Herold, David

Hoar, Samuel

Hoffman, John Thompson

Hooker, Joseph

Horner, Wilson G.

Houston, Sam

Howard, G. C.

Howard, Joseph

Hoxie, Joseph

Hoyt, Jesse

Hughes, John (bishop of New York)

Hutchinson, Jesse, Jr.

Ingham, Samuel Delucerna

Ingraham, Duncan Nathaniel

Irvin, James

Isabella II (queen of Spain)

Jackson, Andrew

Jackson, Andrew, bank war and fiscal policies

Jackson, Andrew, cabinet of

Jackson, Andrew, his memory invoked

Jackson, Andrew, Indian removal policies

Jackson, Andrew, presidency

Jackson, Andrew, presidential candidate

Jackson, Charles

Jackson, Claiborne F.

Jackson, Daniel

Jackson, Samuel

Jacques, David R.

Jefferson, Thomas

Johnson, Andrew

Johnson, Cave

Johnson, Herschel V.

Johnson, Reverdy

Johnson, Richard M.

Johnson, Richard M., as Harrison running mate

Johnson, Richard M., racial slurs against the wife of

Jones, John Beauchamp

Jones, William R.

Judson, Edward Z. C. ("Ned Buntline")

Kalbfleisch, Martin

Keitt, Lawrence M.

Kellogg, William P.

Kelly, "Honest" John

Kendall, Amos

King, Charles

King, William Rufus Devane

Kossuth, Louis

Koszta, Martin

Krummacher, Hans

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert, marquis de

Lane, Joseph

Laurens, Henry

Lawrence, Abbott

Lee, Robert E.

Lewis, Dixon Hall

Lincoln, Abraham

Lincoln, Abraham, and 1864 presidential race

Lincoln, Abraham, anti-Lincoln satires

Lincoln, Abraham, assassination of

Lincoln, Abraham, his memory invoked

Lincoln, Abraham, presidency

Lincoln, Abraham, presidential candidate

Lind, Jenny

Logan, John A.

Long, Alexander

Lopez, Narciso

Louis Philippe (king of France)

Louis-Napoleon (president of France)

Lyon, Matthew

Lyon, Nathaniel

Lyon, Patrick

Maccumsey, Mathias

Madison, James

Mallory, Stephen R.

Man, Samuel F.

Mangum, Willie P.

Marble, Manton

Marcy, William Learned

Marks, Elias

Marp{acute}e, August

Marshall, John

Mathiot, John B. Maverick, Samuel

Mazzini, Giuseppe

McClellan, George B.

McClellan, George B., presidential candidate

McClure, Alexander

McDuffie, George

McElwee, Thomas B.

McIntyre, Archibald

McKeon, John

McLean, John

Meagher, Thomas F.

Meignen, Leopold

Memminger, Christopher G.

Mercer, Henry

Miller, William

Ming, Alexander, Jr.

Monk, Christopher

Monroe, James

Moore, Alfred L.

Moore, Eli

Morehead, John

Morell, Major

Morgan, John J.

Morgan, Junius Spencer

Morgan, William

Morris, George P.

Morris, Robert

Morris, Robert H. (New York City recorder)

Morrisey, John

Morton, Marcus

Mudd, Samuel

Nicholas I (czar of Russia)

Noah, Mordecai Manuel

O'Connell, Daniel

O'Conor, Charles

O'Laughlin, Michael

O'Neal, Jimmy

Osborn, B. W.

Ostmeier, A. H.

Owen, A. F.

Paine, Lewis

Pakenham, Richard

Parsons, Samuel Holden

Paul, Howard

Pearce, James A.

Pelham, Henry

Pemberton, John C.

Pendleton, George H.

Perry, Oliver Hazard

Petrikin, David

Phillips, L. A.

Phillips, Wendell

Pickens, Francis W.

Pickering, Timothy

Pierce, Franklin, his presidency criticized

Pierce, Franklin, presidential candidate

Pierce, Franklin, support of McClellan's candidacy

Pillow, Gideon Johnson

Pine, Robert Edge

Pitt, William, 1st earl of Chatham

Pius IX, pope

Pluck, Jonathan (or John)

Poinsett, Joel Roberts

Polk, James K, presidency

Polk, James K.

Polk, James K., and the election of 1848

Polk, James K., and the Mexican War

Polk, James K., and the Oregon boundary dispute

Polk, James K., presidential candidate

Polk, James K., record criticized

Porter, David Dixon

Prentiss, Sergeant S.

Preston, William B.

Price, Sterling

Price, William M.

Pritchard, B. D.

Proctor, Henry A.

Proud, Robert M.

Purdy, Elijah F.

Quincy, Josiah

Raymond, Henry Jarvis

Reed, James

Revels, Hiram

Rhett, Robert Barnwell

Richardson, George R.

Riker, Richard

Ringgold, Samuel

Ritchie, Thomas

Ritner, Joseph

Rives, William C.

Robb, John A.

Roberts, Elijah J.

Roberts, Isaac A.

Robinson, Henry R.

Rockingham, Charles Watson Wentworth, 2d marquis of

Rodmann, Francis

Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody

Roncali, Federico

Rosencranz, William S.

Ross, Benjamin C.

Ross, Robert

Rothschild, Baron de

Rush, Christopher

Rynders, Isaiah

Santa Anna, Antonio L{acute}opez de

Schiffler, George

Schurz, Carl

Scott, Winfield

Scott, Winfield, as presidential candidate

Scott, Winfield, in the Civil War

Scott, Winfield, Mexican war record

Seabrook, Whitemarsh B.

Sevier, Ambrose Hundley

Seward, William H.

Seward, William H., and the 1852 Whig presidential campaign

Seward, William H., and the 1860 Republican nomination

Seward, William H., as secretary of state

Seymour, Horatio

Seymour, Horatio, as presidential candidate

Sheridan, Philip H.

Sherman, William T.

Shunk, Francis R.

Simmons, James F.

Slamm, Levi

Smith, George

Smith, J. E.

Smith, Seba

Snyder, Simon

Spangler, Edmund

Speyer, M.

Spinney, Samuel R.

Stanley, Henry Morton

Stanton, Edwin M.

Steele, Thomas

Steers, J. R.

Stephens, Alexander

Steuart, George H.

Stevens, Thaddeus

Stewart, Charles

Stoneman, John

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stratton, Charles C.

Sumner, Charles, as an abolitionist

Sumner, Charles, as champion of equal rights

Sumner, Charles, beaten in Congress

Sumner, Frederick

Surratt, Mary E.

Sutherland, Joel B.

Swartwout, Samuel

Sweeney, Peter Barr

Tallmadge, Nathaniel P.

Taney, Roger B.

Tappan, Arthur

Taylor, Zachary

Taylor, Zachary, as presidential candidate

Taylor, Zachary, presidency

Thomas, Francis

Thompson, Alonzo

Thompson, Jacob

Thompson, Waddy, Jr.

Thomson, John R.

Tiernan, Luke

Tilden, Samuel J.

Tippecanoe, Battle of

Tompkins, Daniel D.

Toombs, Robert

Townshend, Charles

Trist, Nicholas

Tryon, W.

Tweed, William Marcy

Twiggs, David E.

Tyler, John, as vice presidential candidate

Tyler, John, memory invoked

Tyler, John, presidency

Tyler, Robert

Vallandigham, Clement Laird

Van Buren, John

Van Buren, Martin

Van Buren, Martin, as presidential candidate

Van Buren, Martin, defeat in 1840

Van Buren, Martin, later career

Van Buren, Martin, presidency

Van Buren, Martin, vice presidency

Van Buren, Martin.

Van Rensselaer, Stephen

Vanderbilt, Cornelius

Varian, Isaac L.

Victoria, queen of England

Voorhees, Daniel W.

Wade, Benjamin

Wagener, David Douglas

Walker, Robert John

Wallace, William Vincent

Ward, Edward V.

Ward, J. J.

Warren, Joseph

Washburn, Daniel

Washington, George

Webb, James Watson

Webster, Daniel

Webster, Daniel, and slavery

Webster, Daniel, and the 1848 Whig presidential campaign

Webster, Daniel, and the Mexican War

Webster, Daniel, as presidential candidate

Webster, Daniel, on the Walker Tariff

Webster, Daniel, opposition to Jackson financial policies

Webster, Daniel, opposition to Van Buren candidacy

Weed, Thurlow

Weld, Theodore Dwight

Welles, Gideon

Wellington, duke of (Arthur Wellesley)

Wescott, James Diament, Jr.

Wetmore, Robert C.

Wheaton, Henry

Wheeler, William A.

Whipple, John

White, Col. G. W.

White, Hugh Lawson

Whiting, James R.

Whitney, Reuben M.

Whittier, John Greenleaf

Wigfall, Louis T.

Wilkes, Charles

Wilkes, John

Williams, George H.

Williams, Sherrod

Williams, Thomas

Williams, William

Williamson, Passmore

Wilmot, David

Wilson, Henry

Wingate, Robert F.

Wirt, William

Wise, Henry A.

Wood, Benjamin

Wood, Fernando

Woodbury, Levi

Wooster, David

Worth, William Jenkins

Wright, Frances

Wright, Silas

Yancey, William L.

York, Edward Augustus, duke of

Young, Brigham

Young, John

Yulee, David Levy

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