History of the United States of America: From the Adoption of the Federal Constitution to the End of the Sixteenth Congress, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Harper, 1871 - United States
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Contents

Spanish Evasions and Intrigues
86
Envoys to France
94
Monroes Object in this Application
100
Hamiltons Correspondence with Monroe
113
William Cobbett Porcupines Gazette
120
CHAPTER XII
160
MKeans ChargeLaw of Libel
166
Answer of the House Lyon
177
The Presidents Message thereon 344
193
Movements in Philadelphia
195
Communication of the Dispatches
203
Presidents Replies to addresses Fast
209
Suspension of Commercial Intercourse with France
217
Increase of the Army
223
American Newspapers
229
Policy of and Reasons for the Sedition Law 231 Party Violence Jefferson on the Union 232 Rising Spirit of Support to the Administration
235
Adams and his Cabinet
242
Maryland Election
250
Departure of Gerry Further Concessions by France
259
Return of Logan his Interview with Washington
265
Secret History of the Kentucky Resolutions
272
Secret History of this Speech
279
The Presidents Motives therefor
287
Activity of Jefferson
293
Narrowness of the Objections taken to the Sedition Law
301
Washingtons estimate of the Opposition
309
Friess Insurrection
313
Doctrine of Nullification
319
Objections to the Renewal of the Negotiation
325
Commission under Jays Treaty suspended
331
Answer to the Speech
337
His Letter to the President
343
Appropriations Loans and Taxes
345
Action on the Case of Nash or Robbins
351
Plans of the ultra Federalists
357
New York Election Governor Jay
363
Trials of Holt and Cooper
365
Wolcott Reconstruction of the Cabinet
372
The Tench Coxe Letter Adams and the Pinckneys
378
Envoys to France their cordial Reception
386

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