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The Rise and Fall of the Nominating Caucus, Legislative and Congressional

M. Ostrogorski
The American Historical Review
Vol. 5, No. 2 (Dec., 1899), pp. 253-283
DOI: 10.2307/1834610
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1834610
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    John Adams (Works, Vol. VI.).
  • 1
    " Nominating Conventions in Pennsylvania," by J. S. Walton, THE AMERICAN HIS- TORICAL REVIEW, January, 1897.
  • 1
    The Development of the Nominating Convention in Rhode Island, by Neil An- drews, jr., in Publications of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Vol. I., Providence, 1893.
  • 1
    J. S. Walton, Nominating Conventions in Pennsylvania.
  • 2
    J. D. Hammond, The History of Political Parties in the State of New York, Al- baniy, 1842, I. 90.
  • 1
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Williams in his Statesman's Manual (I. 224)
    • Professor Woodrow Wilson in his remarkable and fascinating work on Congressional Government (p. 328)
    • Memoirs of the Administra- tions of Washington and John Adams, by George Gibbs, II. 347
    • Annals of Congress, Eight- eenth Congress, first session, I. 363
  • 2
    Hamilton's letter to T. Sedgwick of May 4, 1800 ( The Works of Alexander Hamilton, ed. by J. C. Hamilton, New York, 1856, VI. 436).
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Memoirs of the Administrations of Washington and John Adams, by Geo. Gibbs, II. 347
    • The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King, New York, 1896, III. 238, 240.
  • 1
    Niles's Weekly Register, Baltimore, XXVI. 178
  • 2
    Niles, XXVII. 66.
  • 3
    Annals of Congress, sitting of the Senate, March 18, 1824, speech by Smith of Maryland.
  • 1
    R. Hildreth, History of the United States, VI. 65.
  • 21
    Niles, III. 18.
  • 3
    Ibid., X. 59.
  • 1
    Ibid.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Niles, III. 17
    • Matthew Carey, The Olive Branch, Philadelphia, 1818, Chap. 78
  • 3
    Figures of the Past, Boston, 1883, p. 264
  • 1
    Works, VI. 444, and passim.
  • 2
    Niles, XXVII. 38.
  • 1
    I etters and othe} Writings of J. Afiazisont, I867, II. 155
  • 2
    Annals of Congress, Thirteenth Conigress, first session, speech of Pickens in the House of Representatives, January 3, 1814.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Annals, ibid., speech of Gaston, pp 842, 843
    • speeches of Gholson, same sitting; of R. King and of Harper in the Senate, March 20, i8i6.
  • 2
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Ibid., Fourteenth Congress, second session
    • speech of Ranidolph, Decemnber I8, i8i6
    • Grosvenor, December 20, i8i6
    • B3arbour in. the Senate, January, I8I9.
  • 1
    Speeclh of Grosveinor, qoioted1 above.
  • 2
    -peechI of l'ickens, Dcc2mlcer iS, iSi6.
  • 1
    Martin Van Buren, by E. M. Shepard, p. 92.
  • 1
    W. Duane, Politics for American Farmers, being a Series of Tracts exhibiting the Blessings of Free Government as it is administered in the UTnited States, compared with the boasted stupendous Fabric of British Mdharchy. Washington, 1807.
  • 1
    Life of Andrew Jackson, III. 21
  • 2
    Register, XXVI. 99
  • 1
    Ibid., XXI. 339.
  • 2
    Niles, XXV. 40
  • 3
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Hammond, II. 129
    • Niles, XXIV. 139
    • XXV. 292, 370.
  • 4
    ibid., XXV. 137-139
  • 5
    Niles, XXV. 293, 323
  • 1
    Register, XXV. 405.
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    Ib d., 391.
  • 2
    Annals of Congress, Eighteenth Congress, first session, sitting of March 18, 1824, PP. 355-362.
  • 1
    Annals, ibid., p. 382, speech of Hayne.
  • 2
    Annals of Congress, Feb., pp. 412, 413, speech of Branch.
  • 3
    Ibid., 391, 392, speech of Barbour of Virginia.
  • 4
    Ibid., 374.
  • 1
    Annals of Congress, ibid., 395-398.
  • 1
    The Development of the Nomination Convention in Rhode Island, by Neil Andrews.
  • 2
    " Pennsylvania Politics Early in this Century," by W. M. Meigs, in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. XVII., Philadelphia, 1894.
  • 1
    M. Carey, The Olive Branch, 1818, p. 462.
  • 2
    Neil Andrews, op. cit.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Meigs, loc. cit.
    • Walton, loc. cit.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Hammond, I. 437
    • II. 156.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Two Speeches delivered in the New York State Convention, September, 1824, with the Proceedingi of the Convention, New York, I824, p. iI.
    • Autobiography of Thurlow Weed, Boston, 1883, p. 117
  • 3
    Niles, XXIII. 343.
  • 4
    Neil Andrews, op. cit.
  • 1
    Niles, XXV. 130, 131, October, 1823