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The Declaration of Independence in the Light of Modern Criticism

Moses Coit Tyler
The North American Review
Vol. 163, No. 476 (Jul., 1896), pp. 1-16
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25118670
Page Count: 16
Subjects: Language & Literature
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[Footnotes]
  • *
    Letter of Rufus Choate to the Whigs of Maine, 1856.
  • His pamphlet is dated October 15,1776.
  • " Strictures," etc., 3.
  • *
    " The Right s" etc., 1-2. The copy used by me is the seventh edition, Lon- don, 1776.
  • Lord John Russell, "Memorials and Correspondence of Charles James Fox" i., 151-152.
  • *
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • " The Works of John Adams," ii., 514. note.
    • John Adams's testimony in 1822
    • Ibid., vii., 327.
  • Gold win Smith, in The Nineteenth Century, No. 131, January, 1888, p. 109.
  • ' The United States; An Outline of Political History,** 88.
  • *
    " The Unüed States." etc., 87-88.
  • The Nineteenth Century, No. 181, p. 111.
  • " The United titotes," eic, 88.
  • §
    Ibid, SS.
  • The Nineteenth Century, No. 131, p. 111.
  • Ibid.
  • **
    "A Disquisition on Goverrment " in "The Works of John C. Calhount** i., 57.
  • *
    " The Writings of Thomas Jefferson.," H.'A. Washington ed., vii., 39.
  • Stephen Cullen Carpenter, " Memoirs of Thomas Jefferson," i., 11.
  • "History of.Virginia." 3i7.
  • §
    Grayden's **Men and Tvmesof the American Revolution." 323, note.
  • Paul Leicester Ford, " The Writings of Thomas Jefferson." I Introd. xxvi.
  • "The Works of John Adams," ii., 377.
  • **
    Ibid., 514, note.
  • *
    " The Writings of Thomas Jefferson,"H. A. Washington ed., vii., 305.
  • *
    Randall, " The Ufe of Thomas Jefferson." iii., 563.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • " Speech on mo vint? his Résolu ions for Concilition with the Colonies," March 22,1775.
    • " The Works of Edmu . d Burke," ii., 120-121.
  • *
    "The Influence of the Crown dur- ing the Reign of George III.," in Sir Erskine May's ' Constitutional History of England," i., 11,12, 14-15.
  • *
    Lecky, "A History of England in the Eighteenth Century," iv., 457-158.
  • "A Short History of the English People," 738, 737.
  • " The Celebrated Speech of a Celebrated Commoner," London, 1776, p. 5.
  • §
    Ibid., 12.
  • *
    "The Writings of Thomas Jefferson,** i., In- trod. xxv.
  • ' History of Civilization in England," 846.
  • Ibid., 847.
  • §
    Buckle, "History of Civilization in England,** 846.