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1815-1850: Government and Politics: Publications

1815-1850: Government and Politics: Publications

John Quincy Adams, Argument of John Quincy Adams, Before the Supreme Court of the United States, Appellants, vs. Cinque, and Others, Africans, Captured in the Schooner Amistad, by Lieut. Gedney, Delivered on the 24th of February and 1st of March, 1841... (New York: S. W. Benedict, 1841);

Adams, The Jubilee of the Constitution. A Discourse Delivered at the Request of the New York Historical Society, in the City of New York, on Tuesday the 30th of April, 1839; Being the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Inauguration of George Washington as President of the United States, on Thursday, the 30th of April, 1789 (New York: S. Coleman, 1839);

John C. Calhoun, Speeches of John C. Calhoun. Delivered in the Congress of the United States from 1811 to the Present Time (New York: Harper, 1843);

William J. Duane, Narrative & Correspondence Concerning the Removal of the Deposites, & Occurrences Connected Therewith (Philadelphia, 1838)an account of the Second Bank of the United States;

William Gouge, Short History of Paper Money & Banking in the United States, Including an Account of Provincial and Continental Paper Money (Philadelphia: T. W. Ustick, 1833);

Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 2 volumes (New York: G. Adlard, 1838)the most important analysis of American society and political science in the era;

Daniel Webster, Speech of Mr. Webster, in the Senate: In Reply to Mr. Calhouns Speech, on the Bill Further to Provide for the Collection of Duties on Imports. Delivered on the 16th of February, 1833 (Washington, D.C.: Printed by Gales &. Seaton, 1833).

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