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Letters of John Quincy Adams to Alexander Hamilton Everett, 1811-1837

The American Historical Review
Vol. 11, No. 2 (Jan., 1906), pp. 332-354
DOI: 10.2307/1834648
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1834648
Page Count: 23
Subjects: History American Studies
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Letters of John Quincy Adams to Alexander Hamilton Everett, 1811-1837
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[Footnotes]
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    REVIEW, XI. 88-116.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • British Opinions upon the Protective System (Boston, 1830)
    • North American Review, XXX. 160.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • " The American Tariff," Edinburgh Review, December, 1828
    • "Commerce of the United States and West Indies," Quarterly Review, January, 1829.
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    North American Review, XXX. 198.
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    A. H. Everett, New Ideas on Population, with Remarks on the Theories of Malthus and Godwin (Boston, 1823, 1826).
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    Definitions in Political Economy (London, 1827).
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    " Political Economy," North American Review, XXVIII. 368.
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    [Samuel Bailey], A Critical Dissertation on the Nature, Measures and Causes of Value (London, 1825).
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    Niles' Register, XXXIV. 288.
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    ibid., XXXV. 60.
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    North American Review, XXX. 399
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Grahame's History of the United States
    • Charles Francis Adams in the North American Review, XXXII. 174.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • North American Review, XXX. 511
    • Randolph edition of the Memoirs and Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson.
  • 2
    Old and New for February, 1873, VII. 135-I36.
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Correspondence between John Quincy Adams, Esquire, President of the United States, and several Citizens of Massa- chusetts, concerning the Charge of a Design to dissolve the Union (Boston, 1829)
    • Adams's "Reply to the Appeal of the Massachusetts Federalists,"
    • Mr. Henry Adams in his Documents relating to New England Federalism.
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    Dane's Abridgment.
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    Letters and other Writings of James Madison, IV. 95-105.
  • 2
    Edward Everett's article on the " Debate in the Senate ", North American Review, XXXI. 462.
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    Dr. Charles McCarthy's monograph, "The Antimasonic Party," in the Annual Report of the American Historical Association for 1902, I. 516-525.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Henry Brown, Narrative of the Anti-Masonick Excitement in the Western Part of the State (Batavia, New York, 1829)
    • David Bernard, Light on Masonry (Utica, 1829).
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    William L. Stone, Letters on Masonry and Antimasonry, addressed to Hon. John Quincy Adams (New York, 1832).
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    McCarthy, op. cit., p. 520.
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    Alexander H. Everett, An Address delivered at Salem, on the Eighth of January. 1836, in Commemoration of the Victory of New Orleans (Boston, 1836).
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    A. H. Everett, An Address to the Philermenian Society of Brown University, on the Moral Character of the Literature of the last and present Century, delivered at Providence, September 4, 1837 (Boston, 1837).