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Academy, June 5, 1914

Address at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, July 4, 1914 .

American Neutrality, Appeal to Citizens of the Republic,

August 18, 1914

Address before American Bar Association, Washington,

October 20, 1914 .

Second Annual Address to the Congress, December 8, 1914

Address at the Associated Press Luncheon, New York,

April 20, 1915 .

Address to newly naturalized American citizens, Philadel-

phia, May 10, 1915

Address at Luncheon tendered the President by the

Mayor's Committee, New York, May 17, 1915

Address at the Pan-American Financial Conference, Wash-

ington, May 24, 1915.

Address to the Daughters of the American Revolution,

Washington, October 11, 1915.

48-54

55-65

66-68

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69–70

71-83

84-91

92-97

98-101

102-105

106-114

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Address at fiftieth anniversary dinner of the Manhattan

Club, New York, November 4, 1915 .

115-125

Third Annual Address to the Congress, December 7, 1915. 126-153

Address before the Pan American Scientific Congress,

Washington, January 6, 1916.

154-162

Address delivered at Cleveland, Ohio, January 29, 1916 163-175

Letter to Senator Stone, February 24, 1916 .

176-178

Letter to Representative Pou, February 29, 1916 .

179-180

Address delivered before the Congress, April 19, 1916. 181-188

Address at first annual assemblage of the League to Enforce

Peace, May 27, 1916 .

189-195

Address on Memorial Day, Arlington, May 30, 1916. 196-202

Address to the Graduating Class at the United States Mili-

tary Academy, June 13, 1916 .

203-211

Address on Flag Day, Washington, June 14, 1916

212-217

Address before Salesmanship Congress, Detroit, July 10,
1916

218-224

Address at Toledo, July 10, 1916

225-226

Address on accepting renomination for the Presidency,

September 2, 1916

227-234

Peace Notes to the Belligerent Governments, dated Decem-

ber 18, 1916 .

235-244

Address to the Senate, January 22, 1917

245-254

Address to the Congress, announcing the severance of diplo-

matic relations with Germany, February 3, 1917. 255-260

Address on Armed Neutrality, before the Congress,

February 26, 1917

261-267

Second Inaugural Address, Washington, March 5, 1917 268-273

Address to the Congress recommending declaration of a

state of war with Germany, April 2, 1917

274-287

Address to his fellow-countrymen concerning the war with

Germany, April 15, 1917

288-294

Address at the dedication of the Red Cross Building, Wash-

ington, May 12, 1917 .

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Address on Memorial Day at Arlington, May 30, 1917 300-302

Address at the Confederate Reunion, Washington, June 6,

1917

303-307

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Address on Flag Day, Washington, June 14, 1917 . 308-317
Communication to the Provisional Government of Russia,
June 9, 1917.

318-321
Reply to the Peace appeal of the Pope, August 27, 1917 322-325
Address before the American Federation of Labor, Buffalo,
November 12, 1917

326-336 Telegram to the Northwest Loyalty Meetings, St. Paul, November 16, 1917

337 Telegram to the King of the Belgians, November 17, 1917. 338 Address to the Congress, recommending the declaration of

a state of war between the United States and Austria-
Hungary, December 4, 1917

339-353 Address to the Congress on the conditions of peace, January 8, 1918.

354-363 Address to the Congress on the Addresses of the German

Chancellor and the Austro-Hungarian Minister for
Foreign Affairs, February 11, 1918.

364-373 Address at opening of Third Liberty Loan campaign, Baltimore, April 6, 1918.

374-380

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APPENDIX

383-391

392-406

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1-Mexico. The record of a conversation with President

Wilson. By Samuel G. Blythe . 2—The President's Mexican Policy-Presented in an

authorized interview by Secretary of the Interior

Franklin K. Lane, July 16, 1916 3–Article on Mexican question, in Ladies' Home Journal,

October, 1916
4Memorandum on the right of American citizens to travel

upon armed merchant ships, transmitted to the
Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Rep-
resentatives, March 4, 1916

407-410

411-424

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