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The Economic Status of the New York Whigs

Dixon Ryan Fox
Political Science Quarterly
Vol. 33, No. 4 (Dec., 1918), pp. 501-518
DOI: 10.2307/2141604
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2141604
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Free Enquirer, May 3, I830.
  • 2
    Wrifings (National Edition), vol. iii, p. 30.
  • 3
    W. E. Dodd, Expansion and Conflict (N. Y., 1915), p. 208.
  • 1
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • T. H. Benton, Thirty Years' View, vol. ii, p. 206
    • A. C. Coleman, Life of John J. Critten- den (Philadelphia, 1873), vol. i, p. 127
    • N. Y. Express, May 9, 1840
    • Henry Clay, Works (Federal Edition), vol. viii, p. 159
    • A. C. Cole, Whig Party in the South (Washington, 1913), p. 6i
    • Albany Argus, May 8, I3, 1828
    • A. W. Calhoun, Social History of the American Family (Cleveland, 1917), vol. ii, p. i88
    • Memoir of Frances Wright (Cincinnati, I855)
    • J. R. Commons and associates, History of Labor (N. Y., 1918), vol. i, pp. 354-356
    • F. W. Seward, Life of Seward (N. Y., I89I). vol. i, p. 388
  • 1
    A. de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (Cambridge, I863), vol. i, p. 228.
  • 2
    This reference contains 8 citations:
    • F. Marryat, Diary, second series (Philadelphia, 1840), p. 156
    • M. H. Grinnell, R. M. Blatchford, R. C. Wet- more, and other business men, who hired about 200 "floaters " from Philadelphia at $22 each in the campaign of I838
    • Rough Hewer, Oct. 30, 1840
    • G. Myers, History of Tammany Hall (N, Y., 1901), pp. 140-14I
    • H. Ketchum to 0. Follett, Sept. 13, 1832, Follett Papers in Quar- terly Pub. of the Hist. and Phil. Soc. of Ohio, vol. v, pp. 53-54
    • G. Myers, op. cit., pp. 107-I08
    • D. S. Alexander, Political History of the State of New York (N. Y., 1909), vol. i, p. 395
    • Thurlow Weed, Autobiography (Boston, I884), pp. 448, 476- 477, 503, 504
  • 1
    F. J. Grund, Aristocracy in America (London, I839), vol. i, p. 221.
  • 2
    F. Byrdsall, Origin and History of the Loco-Foco Party (N. Y., I842).
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • The preemption laws were made permanent in I841
    • G. M. Stephenson, The Political History of the Public Lands from I840 to I86o (Boston, I9I8), chap. iii.
  • 4
    Senate Documents, 52d Cong., 2d Sess., Report 5394 (Report of Mr. Aldrich from Committee on Finance, 5893), pt. i, pp. I0, 14.
  • 2
    Edgar Dawson, "The Origin of the American Whig Party," History Teachers' Magazine, vol. ii, pp. 160-I6I.
  • 3
    John Leland to G. N. Briggs. Jan. 12, I836, Writings of the Late Elder John Leland (N. Y., I845), p. 675.
  • 4
    Works, vol. viii, pp. 205-206.
  • 1
    Remarks of Mr. Christopher Morgan of N. Y.. . . March 26, I840 (N. Y., I840).
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Springfield Republican, Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 13, Nov. I0, 1838
    • June 1, 1839
  • 3
    " When This Old Hat Was New," Log-Cabin Songbook, p. 66.
  • 4
    Quoted in Springfield Republican, Feb. 10, 1838.
  • 5
    Quoted in New Haven Palladium, June 1, 1840.
  • 6
    New York Tribune, Nov. 3, 1846.
  • 7
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • H. Greeley to W. L. Stone, Jr., in the latter's Life of William L. Stone, p. 98
    • Rough Hewer, Aug. 13, 1840.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • C. A. Beard, Economic Interpretation of the Constitution (N. Y., 1913)
    • Economic Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy (N. Y., I9I5)
  • 2
    E. Williams, New York Annual Register (N. Y., 1830-1843)
  • 1
    Albany Argus, Extra, Sept. 14, 1834.
  • 1
    Quoted in Argus, March 3, 1828
  • 2
    Autobiography, p. 55.
  • 3
    Walter Barrett (J. A. Scoville), Old Merchants of New York City (N. Y., I863), vol. i, p. 8i.
  • 4
    F. Hudson, History of Journalism in the United States (N. Y., 1873), pp. 4I6- 428.
  • 5
    E. Williams, N. Y. Annual Register, 1835, p. 129.
  • 1
    F. Hudson, Joumalism in the United States, p. 525.
  • 2
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Ibid.
    • H. Greeley, Recollections of a Busy Life (N. Y., i868), pp. 136, 137
    • Whigs, such as the Jeffersonian (Feb. 17, I838-Feb. 9, 1839)
    • Log Cabin (May 27, i84o-Nov. 20, 1841)
    • Rough Hewer (Feb. 20-Dec. 24, 1840)
  • 3
    W. Barrett, Old Merchants, vol. i, p. 25
  • 4
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • F. Hudson, op. cit., pp. 345, 397, 411
    • Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett (N. Y., I855), (anon.) pp. I60o-63, 170-172
    • W. L. Mackenzie, The Lives and Opinions of B. F. Butler and Jesse Hoyt (Boston, 1845), pp. 90, 93
    • E. E. Hale, Jr., William H. Seward (Phil., I910), p. 97
    • 0. Follett to J. Hoxie, Feb. 6, 1832
  • 5
    Wm. Hallock, Life of Gerard Hallock (N. Y., I869), pp. 63-64.
  • 6
    F. Hudson, op. cit., pp. 344-362.
  • 1
    F. Hudson, op. cit., pp. 517-520.
  • 2
    Ibid., p. 442.
  • 3
    W. L. Stone, Jr., The Life and Writings of William Leete Stone (published with W. L. Stone, Sr., Life and Times of Red Jacket) (N. Y., I866), pp. 9, II, I2, i6, i8.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • New York to Niagara, Buffalo Hist. Soc. Pub., vol. xiv, p. 240
    • W. L. Stone, Jr., op. cit., p. 25
  • 5
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Using Hudson's Journalism in the United States, pp. 225, 226, 282, and I
    • Thomas's History of Printing (Worcester, i8io), vol. ii, p. 519
    • "Newspapers" in Encyc. Brit. (11th ed.)
    • B. Gardenier in Nat. Cyc. of Am. Biog., vol. xiii, p. 433; and American Almanac, I835 (Boston), p. 282.
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • F. J. Grund, Aristocracy in America, vol. ii, p. 125
    • W. Barrett, Old Merchants, vol. i, p. 25
    • op. cit., vol. i, p. 311
  • 2
    This reference contains 8 citations:
    • E. Williams, New York Annual Register (I83I-1840)
    • 0. L. Holley, New York State Register (Albany, I843)
    • New York Evening Post, Nov. 10, I828, Nov. I2, 26, 1836
    • New York Morning Courier, Nov. 11, 1828
    • The first three wards had been Federalist in the War of I812
    • New York Evening Post, April 30, 1810
    • May 4, 1816
    • W. A. Pelletreau, Early New York Houses (N. Y., 1901), p. 78
  • 1
    D. T. Valentine's Manual of the Corporation of New York, i841, pp. 49, i84
  • 2
    These figures are taken from the census of the State of New York, 1845, as given in 0. L. Holley, New York State Register, I846, p. IO9
  • 1
    D. R. Fox, The Negro Vote in Old New York, POLITICAL SCIENCE QUAR- TERLY, vol. xxxii, no. 2. pp. 252-275.
  • 1
    This reference contains 12 citations:
    • Joel Munsell's Annals of Albany (2d edi- tion, Albany, 1870), vol. ii, pp. 361-362
    • 0. L. Holley, New York State Register for 1843, p. 69, for i845, p. 69, and for 1846, p. Io7
    • New York Tribune, Nov. 4, 1846
    • 0. L. Holley, N. Y. State Register for 1843, p. 82, and for 1846, p. IO7
    • E. Williams, N. Y. Annual Register for 1836, p. 95, and for 1840, p. 222
    • New York Evening Post, Nov. 4, 1836
    • 0. L. Holley, N. Y. State Register for i845, p. 76, and for i846, p. I03
    • Rochester Daily Advertiser, Nov. 5, 1846
    • 0. L. Holley, N. Y. State Registerfor z846, p. 109
    • 0. L. Holley, N. Y. State Register for 1843, p. 92, and for 1846, p. II4
    • E. Williams, AN. Y. Annual Register for 1840, p. 229
    • 0. L. Holley, A. Y. State Regis/erfor -45, p. 91