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-The life of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States, with parts of his correspondence never before published, and notices of his opinions on questions of civil government, national policy, and constitutional law. By George Tucker, professor of moral philosophy in the University of Virginia . . . Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1837. C1 J45 T76.
5643 2 v. front. (port.) 23 42 cm. -Political economy for the people. By George Tucker ... Philadelphia, C. Sherman & son, 1859. HB161 T9.
5644 xix, -238 p. 2142 cm. -Progress of the United States in population and wealth in fifty years, as exhibited by the decennial census. By George Tucker
New York, Press of Hunt's merchants' magazine; Boston, Little & Brown, 1843. HC103 T89.
5645 x, [13)-211 p. incl. tables, diagrs. 22 1/2 cm. -Speech of Mr. Tucker, of Virginia, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri. Delivered in the house of representatives of the United States, Feb. 25, 1820.
5646 19cm. -The theory of money and banks investigated. By George Tucker Boston, C. C. Little and J. Brown, 1839. HG221 T9.
5647 viii, 412 p. 20 42 cm. -The valley of Shenandoah; or, Memoirs of the Graysons
s. 2d ed. New York, O. A. Roorbach, 1828.
5648 17 12 cm. Tucker, Harry. The man about town; short stories, philosophical reflections,
Curbstone politicians, the Brown eyed girl, some real fish stories, Letters from the resorts and the Six barefooted boys, by Harry Tucker. [Richmond, Va., Clyde W. Saunders, 1902] PS3098 T5 M2. 5649 142  p.
front. (port.) 21 cm. Reprinted from the Evening leader. Tucker, Henry H. The Gospel in Enoch; or, Truth in the concrete: a doc
trinal and biographical sketch by Henry H. Tucker. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1870.
5650 18 12 cm. Tucker, Henry St. George, 1780-1848. Address delivered by the Hon. Henry
St. George Tucker, before the Virginia historical and philosophical so. ciety, [March 2, 1836]
5651 (In Southern literary messenger.
v. 1. p. 258-259) -Introductory lecture delivered by the professor of law in the University of Virginia, at the opening of the law school in September, 1841. Charlottesville, 1841. LB41.
-Lectures on constitutional law, for the use of the law class at the Uni. versity of Virginia By Henry St. George Tucker ... Richmond, Printed by Shepherd and Colin, 1843. JK216 T89.
5653 19 42 cm. Tucker, Henry St. George, 1828-1863. Hansford; a tale of Bacon's rebellion.
By St. George Tucker . Richmond, Va., Geo. M. West, 1857. B T894 H8.
5654 356 p.
19 42 cm.
Tucker, Henry St. George, 1853. Have the corporations been law-abiding? n. d. K49 T89.
5655 23cm. Reprinted from Virginia law register, Apr., 1911. -Limitations on the treaty-making power under the Constitution of the United States, by Henry St. George Tucker ... Boston, Little, Brown, & company, 1915. JK570 T8.
5656 xxi, 444 p. 2442 cm. -Paper read [before Virginia state bar association] by H. St. George Tucker, of Lexington, Va. The enforcement of legal rights by a court of equity.
5657 (In Virginia state bar association. 14th report, 1902. p. 222-230)
The president's address Twenty-eighth annual meeting [of the American bar association] Aug. 23, 24, 25, 1905. K49 T88.
5658 22 42 cm. Tucker, John Randolph, 1823-1897. Address [before Virginia state bar asso.
ciation] of John Randolph Tucker, president of the association. Reforms in the civil proceedings of the state.
5659 (In Virginia state bar association. 4th report, 1892. p. 86-107) -The Constitution of the United States. A critical discussion of its genesis, development, and interpretation. Edited by H. S. Tucker. v. 1, 2. Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1899. JK241 T9.
5660 2 v. 8 vo. -The life influence and services of James Jones White, An address delivered 1st February, 1894 in the chapel of Washington and Lee uni. versity. By John Randolph Tucker. Printed by order of the board of trustees of the university. C1 W585 T76.
5661 32 p. 22cm. -Oration of Hon. John Randolph Tucker, LL. D.
5662 (In Ohio archaeological and historical publications. no. 1. June, 1888. p. 64-87) -Paper read before the Social science association, September 6, 1877, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., on The relations of the United States to each other, as modified by the war and the constitutional amendments. Al. bany, Weed, Parsons & co., 1877. JK323 T89.
5663 14cm, -The Southern church justified in its support of the South in the present war: a lecture, delivered before the Young men's Christian association, of Richmond, on the 21st May, 1863; by Hon. John Randolph Tucker. Richmond, W. H. Clemmitt, printer, 1863. E650 T89.
5664 35 p. 23cm. -Speech of John Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, in the House of repre. sentatives, on the resolution accepting the desk on which the Declaration of independence was written by Thomas Jefferson, presented by J. Randolph Coolidge and others of Massachusetts. April 22, 1880. Washington, 1880. JK310 V. 38.
5665 7 p. 21cm. [Tucker, Nathaniel] The Bermudian. A poem. Williamsburg, Printed by Alexander Purdie & John Dixon, 1774.
5666 3 l., 15 p. 2412 cm. Tucker, Nathaniel Beverley, 1784-1851. A discourse on the genius of the
federative system of the United States. Prepared to be delivered by
Prof. Beverley Tucker of William & Mary college: read before the
5667 (In Southern literary messenger.
V. 4. p. 761-769) -A discourse on the questions, “What is the seat of sovereignty in the United States, and what the relation of the people of those states to the federal and state governments respectively," read before the Petersburg lyceum on the 15th of May, 1839. By Judge Beverley Tucker, of William and Mary college.
5668 (In Southern literary messenger. v. 5. p. 559-566) George Balcombe. A novel. In two volumes. New York, Harper & bros., 1836. B T892 G8.
5669 2 v. 19 142 cm. -A lecture, delivered to the law class of William and Mary college, June 17, 1839, being the last of a course of lectures on the philosophy of government and constitutional law. By Judge Beverley Tucker. 5670 (In Southern literary messenger.
p. 587-592) -A lecture on government. By Professor B. Tucker. Delivered before the students of William and Mary college, March 6th, 1837.
5671 (In Southern literary messenger. v. 3. p. 209-215) -A lecture on the Study of the law; being an introduction to a course of lectures on that subject, in the College of William and Mary, by Beverley Tucker, professor of law. Richmond, T. W. White, 1834. 5672 (In Southern literary messenger.
p. 145-154) Note to Blackstone's commentaries, vol. 1, page 423. Being the substance of remarks on the subject of domestic slavery, delivered to the law class of William and Mary college, December 2d, 1834.
5673 (In Southern literary messenger. v. 1. p. 227-231)
The partisan leader. By Beverly Tucker, of Virginia. Secretly printed in Washington (in the year 1836) by Duff Green . but afterwards suppressed, New York, Reprinted by Rudd & Carleton, 1861. Ci D262 S69.
5674 1 p. 1., [v]-xv, 392 p. 19 cm. -Prescience. Speech delivered by Hon. Beverly Tucker, of Virginia, in the Southern convention, held at Nashville, Tenn., April 13, 1850. Richmond, Va., West & Johnston, 1862. JK310 V. 38.
5675 21cm. -The principles of pleading. By B. Tucker, Professor of law in the University of William and Mary, Virginia. Boston, Charles 9. Little & James Brown, 1846.
5676 v, , 220 p. 2014 cm. -Professor Beverley Tucker's valedictory address to his class, (1835)
5677 (In Southern literary messenger. v. 1. p. 597-602) -Temperance. An address read before the Temperance society of William & Mary college by Beverley Tucker, professor of law.
5678 (In Southern literary messenger. v. 8. p. 439-444) -[Valedictory address from the faculty of William and Mary college to the students. Delivered by Judge Beverley Tucker, July 3, 1847]
5679 (In Southern literary messenger.
v. 13. p. 568-570) Tucker, Nathaniel Beverley, 1820. Address of Beverley Tucker, esq., to the
people of the United States, with appendix relating to President Johnson's proclamation of 2d May, 1865. JK310
5680 caption-title, 44 p. 1212 cm. Tucker, St. George, 1752-1827. A dissertation on slavery: with a proposal
for the gradual abolition of it, in the state of Virginia. By St. George Tucker, professor of law in the University of William and Mary, and one of the judges of the general court, in Virginia, Philadelphia, Printed for Mathew Carey, 1796. New York, Reprinted, 1861. F218 53 T894. Also HT27 T89.
5681 24cm. -[Letters to Dr. Belknap on slaves in Virginia] F61 M41. 5682 (In Massachusetts historical society. Collections.
p. 404-412, 416-431. series 5. 1877) Queries respecting the slavery and emancipation of negroes in Massachusetts, proposed by the Hon. Judge Tucker of Virginia, and answered by the Rev. Dr. Belknap. F61 M41.
5683 (In Massachusetts historical society. Collections. v. 4. p. 191-211. series 1.
1795) Tuckerman, Henry T. The character and portraits of Washington. By Henry T. Tuckerman. New York, G. P. Putnam, 1859. ci W318 T76.
5684 4 p. 1., -104 p. front. (port.), plates (ports.) 31cm. Tudor, W. V. The golden city. A sermon by W. V. Tudor, D. D., pastor of
Broad-Street Methodist Episcopal church, South, Richmond, Va.
5685 22 12 cm. [Tunstall, Nannie Whitmell] "No. 40." A romance of Fortress Monroe and
The Hygeia. 2d ed. Richmond, Va., J. W. Randolph & English, 1884. B T927 N8.
5686 111 p.
front. 18 142 cm. Tupper, Henry Allen. The Carpenter's son. By H. A. Tupper. Baltimore, R. H. Woodward and company, 1889.
5687 viii, 252 p. 1722 cm. A decade of foreign missions, 1880-1890. By H. A. Tupper. A continuation of a work entitled: Foreign missions of Southern Baptist convention," published in 1880, including abstract of the former volume
Richmond, Va., Foreign mission board of the Southern Baptist convention, 1891.
5688 ports., maps. 23cm, -The first century of the First Baptist church of Richmond, Virginia, 1780-1880. Richmond, Carlton McCarthy, 1880. F233 62 T9. 5689
-360 p. front. 20 12 cm. -The foreign missions of the Southern Baptist convention. Philadelphia, American Baptist publication society, Richmond, Va., Foreign mission board of the Southern Baptist convention. [1880?]
5690 XV P., 1 I., 3-512 p. maps. 2314 cm. Tupper, Martin F. Washington: a drama, in five acts. By Martin F. Tupper. New York, James Miller, 1876. C1 W318 T79.
5691 front. (port.) 18 12 cm. Turnbull, R. The post office appropriation bill—Showing lack of mail facili
ties in his district. Speech of Hon. R. Turnbull, of Virginia, in the House of representatives, Friday, April 12, 1912. [Washington, Govern. ment printing office, 1912]
5692 7 p. 2412 cm.
Turnbull, William. Reports on the construction of the piers of the aqueduct
of the Alexandria canal across the Potomac river at Georgetown, District of Columbia, by William Turnbull 1835-1840. Washington, Government printing office, 1873.
5693 49 p. folded plans. 30cm.
At head of title: Engineer department, United States army. Turner, Edward Raymond. The New Market campaign, May, 1864, by Ed
ward Raymond Turner .. Richmond, Whittet & Shepperson, 1912. E481 N4 T94.
5694 xiv, 203 p. plates. ports. (incl. front.) maps. 2312 cm. Bibliography: p. 173-187.
Roster of the cadet battalion: p. 163-171. Turner, Frederick Jackson. George Rogers Clark and the Kaskaskia campaign, 1777-1778. E171 A57.
5695 (In American historical review. V. 8. no. 3. April, 1903. P. 491-506) Turner, H. F. General William Henry Brodnax. (Life)
5696 (In The John P. Branch historical papers, of Randolph-Macon college. v. 3. no. 1. June, 1909. p. (14)-26) Turner, Jesse. A phantom precedent. By Jesse Turner. Reprinted from the May-June American law review 1914.
5697 321-344 p. 2312 cm. Turner, Nat. The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insur
rection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c. Richmond, T. R. Gray, 1832. F230 G782.
5698 24 p. 19 12 cm. -The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. As fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton; with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c. Baltimore, Published by Thomas R. Gray. Lucas & Deaver, print. 1831. F230 G782 Office.
5699 19 cm. Turpin, Edna Henry Lee, Happy Acres, by Edna H. L. Turpin . . . illus.
trated by Mary Lane McMillan. New York, The Macmillan company, 1913. B T957 H4.
5700 3 p. l., 363 p. front., illus. 1942 cm. -A short history of the American people, by Edna Henry Lee Turpin; with an introduction by S. C. Mitchell ... New York, The Macmillan company, 1911. E178 1 T95.
5701 xviii p., 1 l., 478 p. illus. maps. 19 12 cm.
Turpin, John B. A brief history of the Albemarle Baptist association. A
discourse delivered before the body at its centennial session, Chestnut Grove church, Aug. 19th 1891, by Rev. John B. Turpin, with an introduction by Rev. Wm. W. Landrum, D. D. Published by The Va. Baptist historical society, Richmond, Va., 1891. F218 3 T95.
5702 88 D. 17142 cm.