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" I used the last of these terms and for these reasons; both parties claim to be Federalists and Republicans, and I believe with truth as to the great mass of them ; these appellations therefore designate neither exclusively and all the others are Slanders,... "
Col. John Wise of England and Virginia (1617-1695): His Ancestors and ... - Page 92
by Jennings Cropper Wise - 1918 - 352 pages
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The American Historical Review, Volume 3

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1898
...executive rather than the legislative branches of the Government ; but probably I used the last of those terms, and for these reasons : both parties claim...slanders, except those of whig and tory which alone characterise the distinguishing principles of the two Sects as i have before explained them ; as they...
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The American Historical Review, Volume 3

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1898
...executive rather than the legislative branches of the Government ; but probably I used the last of those terms, and for these reasons : both parties claim...slanders, except those of whig and tory which alone characterise the distinguishing principles of the two Sects as I have before explained them ; as they...
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The American Historical Review, Volume 3

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1898
...executive rather than the legislative branches of the Government ; but probably I used the last,of those terms, and for these reasons : both parties claim...slanders, except those of whig and tory which alone characterise the distinguishing principles of the two Sects as I have before explained them ; as they...
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A Constitutional History of the American People, 1776-1850, Volume 1

Francis Newton Thorpe - Constitutional history - 1898
...understood to persons who are for strengthening the executive rather than the legislative branches of our government ; but probably I used the last of these...to be Federalists and Republicans, and I believe, in * Manuscript letter. truth, as to the great mass of them, these appellations designate neither exclusively,...
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The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 12

Philip Alexander Bruce, William Glover Stanard - Virginia - 1904
...rather than the legislative branches of the Government, but probably I used the last of these terms & for these reasons; both parties claim to be federalists...all the others are Slanders, except those of Whig & Tory which alone characterize the distinguishing principles of the two sects as I have before explained...
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A History of the United States: Federalists and Republicans, 1789-1815

Edward Channing - United States - 1917
...that the executive branch of the government needs support, the other that it is already too strong; "both parties claim to be federalists and republicans,...appellations therefore designate neither exclusively." The recognition of Burr as the Republican candidate for VicePresident illustrates the looseness of...
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Jefferson and the Ordeal of Liberty -

Dumas Malone - Biography & Autobiography - 1962 - 545 pages
...exactly the same definition: the latter are stilcd republicans, whigs, jacobins, disorganizers &C. . . . both parties claim to be federalists and republicans,...believe with truth as to the great mass of them: these appelations therefore designate neither exclusively, and all the others are slanders, except those...
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American Politics in the Early Republic: The New Nation in Crisis

James Roger Sharp - History - 1995 - 365 pages
...disorganizes." And in a phrase that would be used again in his famous first inaugural, Jefferson continued that "both parties claim to be federalists and republicans,...believe with truth as to the great mass of them." Thus, the terms Republican and Federalist, Jefferson complained, failed to characterize accurately...
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Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies, Volume 15

W. Speed Hill, Edward Burns, Peter Shillingsburg - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 480 pages
...anti-federalism" and French Jacobinism (Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, 3 December 1792). In 1798 he wrote that "both parties claim to be federalists and republicans,...believe with truth as to the great mass of them: these apellations therefore designate neither exclusively."11 Note that in both cases "federalists" precedes...
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Jefferson's Second Revolution: The Election of 1800 and the Triumph of ...

Susan Dunn - History - 2004 - 372 pages
...that constituted their underlying national identity. Two years earlier he had similarly written that "both parties claim to be federalists and republicans,...believe with truth as to the great mass of them." In no way was Jefferson advocating accommodation with his Federalist adversaries. "His statement was...
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