Resources: A Buchanan Bibliography
 
 
Speeches & Addressses by James Buchanan
 

Great Speech of the Honourable James Buchanan, Delivered at the Mass Meeting of the Democracy of Western Pennsylvania, at Greensburg . . . Oct. 7, 1852. Philadelphia: n.p., 1852. [Read the Speech]

Inaugural Address of the President of the United States, on the Fourth of March, 1857. Washington, DC: A. O. P. Nicholson, 1857. [Read the Address]

Remarks in Reply to Mr. Sprague of Maine, Who Had Moved to Strike out from “The Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports.” the Additional Duties Which It Proposed Upon Foreign Hemp and Molasses. Washington, DC: Green and Jarvis, 1828.

Remarks of Messrs. Buchanan, King and Brown, in Reply to Messrs. Davis, Preston and Clay, of Kentucky, on the Subject of the Currency: Senate U. S. March 6, 1840. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1840. [Read the Remarks]

Remarks of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in Reply to Mr. Davis, of Massachusetts, against the Independent Treasury Bill. Senate U. S. March 3, 1840. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1840. [Read the Remarks]

Remarks of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, Made on Monday, the 4th February, 1828. On Mr. Chilton’s Resolution to Retrench the Expenditures of the General Government. Washington, DC: Green & Jarvis, 1828. [Read the Remarks]

Remarks of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Loan Bill. Delivered in the United States Senate, April 8, 1842. Washington, DC: n.p., 1842. [Read the Remarks]

Speech in Support of Mr. Benton’s Resolutions Respecting the Fortifications and Defense of the Country. In Senate . . . 1836. Washington, DC: Blair & Rives, 1836.

Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, against the Bill to Establish a Uniform System of Bankruptcy throughout the United States: Delivered in the Senate, July 24, 1841. Washington, DC: n.p., 1841. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, against the Bill to Incorporate the Subscribers to the Fiscal Bank of the United States. Delivered in the Senate . . . 7th July, 1841. n.p., 1841. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, against the Establishment of the “Exchequer Board” Proposed by the Secretary of the Treasury. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1841. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in Support of the Veto Power, and in Reply to Mr. Clay, of Kentucky: Delivered in the United States Senate, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1842. n.p., 1842. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in the Senate of the United States, January 22, 1840, on the Independent Treasury Bill; in Reply to Mr. Clay of Kentucky. Washington, DC: Blair and Rives, 1856. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Hon. James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Bill to Provide Further Remedial Justice in the Courts of the United States: Delivered in the Setate [sic] of the United States, Monday, May 9, 1842. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1842. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in Defence of the Administration of Mr. Van Buren Against the Charge of Extravagance in Expending the Public Money. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1841. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in Executive Session, in Favor of the Treaty for Annexation of Texas to the United States: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 8, 1844. n.p., 1844. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, in Senate, Thursday, February 14, 1839: On the Bill to Prevent the Interference of Certain Federal Officers with Elections. n.p., 1839. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Fiscal Corporation; and His Reply to Mr. Clay, of Kentucky: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, September 2, 1841. Washington, DC: n.p., 1841. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Oregon Question: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 12, 1844. Washington, DC: n.p., 1844. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Power of the Bank of the United States, under its Pennsylvania Charter; in Support of the Bill to Prevent It from Re-Issuing and Circulating the Notes of the Old Bank . . . in the Senate of the United States, April 23, 1838. Also, His Reply to Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on the Same Day. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1838. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Ratification of the Treaty with Great Britain. Washington, DC: n.p., 1842. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Resolution of Col. Benton to Expunge from the Journal of the Senate, the Resolution of the Twenty-Eight of March, 1834: Delivered in the Senate of the U. S. January 16, 1837. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1837. [Read the Speech]

Speech of Mr. Buchanan, on the Bill Imposing Additional Duties, as Depositories in Certain Cases, on Public Officers: Delivered in Senate U. S. September 29, 1837. Washington, DC: Globe Office, 1837. [Read the Speech]

Speech of President Buchanan, on the Evening of Monday, July 9, 1860. Washington, DC: National Democratic Executive Committee, 1860. [Read the Speech]

Speeches of Messrs. Buchanan and Benton, on the Bill to Admit the State of Michigan into the Union. Washington, DC: n.p., 1837. [Read the Speeches]