Lectures on the United States Volume 1

Lectures on the United States Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...Attacks Black Rock, V., 359. King, Gen. Charles, In the Philippines, X., 190 et seq. King, Gen. John E., At battle of the Thames, V., 398-401. King, Maj. J. Floyd (Confed ). At Winchester or Opequon, IX., 52-54. King, Leicester, Nominated for Vice-Presi-dent. VII., 257. King, Rufus. Renders report on finances, III., 355-356. Appointed by Congress to advise with Jay, III., 375. Introduces anti-slavery resolution in Con-gress, III., 387. Letter of, regarding authorship of Ordi-nance of 1787. III., 405-406. Defends refusal of Massachusetts delegates to introduce resolution in Congress, III., 416. At Federal Convention. III., 448. Rebukes Bedford. III., 459. King, Rufus--Continued. Argues against sovereignty of States, III., 4o3. Member of committee on apportionment, III., 468, 469. Opposes equality of votes in Senate, III., 472. Opposes slave representation, III., 489. Member of compromise committee, III., 490. Member of committee to revise Constitu-tion, III., 493. Signs Constitution, III., 497. Advocates adoption of Constitution, IV., 9. Elected to the Senate, IV., 80. Elected director of the Bank, IV., 123. Makes known Genet's attack on Washing-ton, IV., 230. Drafts address to the people, IV., 265. Refuses Cabinet office. IV., 271. Connection of, with Miranda enterprise, IV., 427-428. Sends Jefferson copy of treaty of San Ilde-fonso, V., 23. Resigns, V., 54. Defeated for Vice-Presidency, V., 114-116, 212-213. Disapproves of New England secession, V., 123. Negotiates to stop impressments, V., 171. Letters of, given to Rose, V., 210. Requests information about Gallatin's of-fice, V., 389. Introduces bank bill, VI., 53. Moves postponement of conscription bill, VI., 56. Defeated for Presidency, VI., 131-132. Speaks on Missouri bill, VI., 205....show more

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  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 18mm | 590g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236809033
  • 9781236809032