Ashmun, George. Speech of Mr. George Ashmun, of Massachusetts, in reply to the attack of C. J. Ingersoll upon Daniel Webster. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S., April 27, 1846. [Washington: J. & G. S. Gideon, printers, 1846].
Ingersoll, Charles Jared. African slavery in America. Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. Collins, printers, 1856.
------. A communication on the improvement of government: read before the American Philosophical Society, at a meeting attended by General La Fayette, October 1st, 1824. Philadelphia: Printed by A. Small, 1824.
------. A discourse concerning the influence of America on the mind. Philadelphia: A. Small, 1823.
------. A discourse delivered before the Society for the commemoration of the landing of William Penn. Philadelphia: R.H. Small, 1825.
------. Edwy and Edgiva: a tragedy. Phildelphia: Published by Asbury Dickens, 1801.
------. Gen. Jackson's fine. Washington: Printed by Blair and Rives, 1843.
------. Historical sketch of the second war between the United States of America, and Great Britain, declared by act of Congress, the 18th of June, 1812, and concluded by peace, the 15th of February, 1815. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1845-49.
------. History of the second war between the United States of America and Great Britain. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1852.
------. "I consider Oregon worth a war" : letter of Charles Jared Ingersoll on the Oregon question, March 3, 1846. With an introduction. by Glenn Mason. [Eugene: Friends of the Library, University of Oregon, 1975].
------. Inchiquin, the Jesuit's letters, during a late residence in the United States of America. New-York: Printed and Published by I. Riley, 1810.
------. Julian: A tragedy. In five acts. Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831.
------. Mr. Ingersoll's letter to his constituents, on the subject of foreign influence. Lexington: K., Printed by Smith and Bickley, 1813.
------. Obituary notice of Joseph Bonaparte. [N.p., 1855?]
------. [Opinion] of ... Charles J. Ingersoll "with reference to the United States bank, and the question of vested rights." [Philadelphia: N.p., 1836].
------. Oration delivered before the Philadelphia association for celebrating the Fourth of July, without distinction of party. Philadelphia: Pub. by order of the Association, 1832.
------. Recollections, Historical, Political, Biographical, and Social, of Charles J. Ingersoll. Philadelphia: Lippincott & Co., 1861.
------. Speech of Charles J. Ingersoll, esq., on the right to repeal bank charters. Delivered in the convention of Pennsylvania. Washington: Office of the Democratic Review; New York, L. Scott; [etc., etc.] 1839.
------. Speech of Hon. C. J. Ingersoll, of Penn., on the Mexican War. Delivered in the House of Representatives Tuesday, January 19, 1847. Washington: Printed at the Office of Blair and Rives, 1847.
------. A view of river rights. Philadelphia: P. H. Nicklin & T. Johnson, 1835.
------. A view ot [i.e. of] the committee powers of Congress. [Philadelphia: N.p., 1835].
------. A view of the rights and wrongs, power and policy, of the United States of America. Philadelphia: C. & A. Conrad & Co.; Baltimore, Conrad, Lucas & Co., 1808.
Ingersoll, Charles Jared. Recollections, Historical, Political, Biographical, and Social, of Charles J. Ingersoll. Philadelphia: Lippincott & Co., 1861.
List, Friedrich. Outlines of American political economy, in a series of letters addressed by Frederick List ... to Charles J. Ingersoll ... To which is added the celebrated letters of Mr. Jefferson to Benjamin Austin, and of Mr. Madison to the editors of the Lynchburg Virginian. Philadelphia: Printed by S. Parker, 1827.
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Meigs, William Montgomery. The Life of Charles Jared Ingersoll. 1897. Reprint, New York: DaCapo Press, 1970.