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Speech of Mr. Cushing, of Massachussetts, on the subject of the Oregon territory

delivered in the House of Representatives, May 17 and 22, 1838.
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Oregon question -- Addresses, essays, lectures., Orégon, Question de l" -- Discours, essais, conférences., Northwest boundary of the United States -- Addresses, essays, lectures., États-Unis -- Frontière du Nord-Ouest -- Discours, essais, confére
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