John Jay Biography

John Jay (June 23, 1817–May 5, 1894) was a lawyer, abolitionist, and one of the organizers of the Republican Party in New York.


American free, or America slave. An address on the state of the country. New York, Office of the New York tribune, 1856.

The great conspiracy. New York, R. Lockwood & son; London, Trübner & co., 1861.

The American foreign service. New York. A. S. Barnes & co., c1877. Motley's appeal to history. New York, A. S. Barnes & company, 1877.

The Democratic policy at the North and South. n.p., 1880.

The peace negotiations of 1782-1783. Boston and New York, 1888.

William Jay, and the constitutional movement for the abolition of slavery. New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1893.