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Mr. Giles, 56; State debts; internal taxes, 57; X. Y. Z. Berlin and Milan Decrees, il. 84, 267, 859.
BONHAN see "Fort Wilson."
Boston Chronicle, quotation from, i. 60.
defence of the soldiers of the, 285; Robert Treat Paine's
ers; delegate to the Continental Congress; elected pres-
ident of Congress; Federal Constitution; re-elected to
ment; New Jersey College; Board of Foreign Missions ;
American Bible Society; elected president of; donation
to the Society; his death; literary tastes and produc-
West Indies, 1773; and from England, 1780; exported Oration before the Cincinnati ; great men raised up
for great events; obligations of mankind to patriots;
Warren and Montgomery, 264; equality and rights of
men; universal brotherhood; self-government, 265;
Americans, “the hope of human nature; " the "highest
Society of the Cincinnati, 266, 267; equality ; capability;
tion to General Washington, 269 ; speech on Non-Inter-
of William B. Giles, by, il. 190; sketch of the character Clark's motion; Mr. Smith, of Maryland ; his services;
prisoners at Algiers; constitutionality of Mr. Clark's
motion, 270; America in 1776; non-importation agree
ment; Mississippi and the Lakes, 271; patron of Alex.
ander Hamilton, 1. 188.
Boudoin College, ii. 579.
Speech on the judiciary bill, 1825, ii. 822; provisions
hon; teaches school; an incident, i. 856; enters college; 825; equalization of judicial representation, 326; politi-
BURE, Aaron, candidate for President of the United States,
trial of, i. 174; the conspiracy of; participation of John
BURRIL, JAMES, of Rhode Island, il. 129.
BYLES, MATHER, 1. 321.
BYRON, GEORGE ANSON, ii. 96.
CABOT, GEORGE, sketch of the life of, i. 558; at Philadelphis, 9.
CALDWELL, DR. CHARLES, estimate of the oratory of Fisher
CALDWELL, JAMES, I. 60; ii. 471.
CALDWELL, Johx, il. 471.
Blount's resolution on, 106; James Madison's speech on CALHOUN, JAMES, ii. 471.
President; resignation; election to United States Senate;
appointed Secretary of State, by President Tyler; death;
Speech on the increase of the army, 1811; report of
war or empty menace, ii. 475; war never should be re-
sorted to, but when justifiable and necessary; justifiablo
if it should ensue, 475; further remarks in reply to John
ses of the war considered, 476; constitution not calcula-
ted for a war, 477; non-importation act; the love of
convention with; Witherspoon's speech on the, 296; Speech on a bill proposing to set apart and pledge, as
canals, the bonus of the National Bank, and the United
whaling voyage ; studies medicine ; enters Brown Uni- and canals, ii. 479; higher considerations why Congress
preme Court to judge between the States and the | CLAIBORNE, THOMAS, of Tenn., see Bayard's speech on the
terview with Madame de Stael, 261; battle of Waterloo;
anecdote of Lord Liverpool; return to America; appoint-
ed Secretary of State ; address before the Colonization
Society of Kentucky; re-elected to the Senate; farewell
speech; nominated for the Presidency;
of his character and services, 263; his duel with John
Speech on the New Army bill, 1813, 264; speech on
the Seminole War, 273; speech on Internal Improve-
Lafayette, 817; reply to John Randolph, 318.
CLAYTON, J. M., il. 485, 498.
CLINTON, De Witt, birth and education of; studies law;
the Southern and Eastern States, ii. 563; further quota- 1. 565; politics; opposes the adoption of the Federal
Constitution ; essays under the signature of “A Country.
man;" his opinions in after life, 565; letter to the Mayor
of Philadelphia, 565; opposes the British treaty; mill-
the Regents of the University, 565; election of John
returns to the practice of law; elected to the legis-
chosen to the United States Senate; his career,
565; an opponent of Gouverneur Morris, 565; elected
mayor of New York; duties of the mayor, 566; his
course in the State Senate; elected lieutenant-governor;
retirement; the Erie Canal, 866; elected governor, 566;
services, 566; tour of New England; his last days and
death, 567; candidate for the presidency, 558; notices af,
i. 351, 477, ii. 846.
Speech on the navigation of the Mississippi ; Mr. Ross's
by Spain considered; the importance of free navigation,
proposed, 569; the justice and policy of the measure,
isfaction ought to precede an appeal to arms; Vattel, on
Paley; the reign of George III. a " war reign," 570;
on the Mosquito shore and Honduras; controversy
United Statos government, 571; the policy of Washing-
ton considered; the western posts; Indian difficulties;
defeated by General Wayne, 572; review of the country;
alumni of Dartmouth College, commemorative of ber Orders of 1793, 578; future policy of the United
States considered, 574.
CLINTON, GEORGE, governor of New York, i. 429, 527, 565
CLINTON, Sır HENRY, ii. 588.
not's oration before the, 261; New York Society of, R. R. CLYMER, GEORGE, sketch of the life of, 1, 120: see " Fort
" Coalilion," il. 558.
DALBYMPLE, COLONEL, 1. 60.
Dana, Chief Justice of Mass., 1. 552.
DANA, FRANCIS, minister to Russia, ii. 247.
DANE, NATHAN, ii. 872, 375, 423; remarks of Robert Y
DANDRIDGE, DOROTHEA, second wife of Patrick Henry, i. 11,
Danvers, Mass., ii. 418.
D'ARBLAY, MADAME, ii. 428.
Dartmouth College, ii. 857, 358, 859; discourse before the
tory and property of the United States, ii. 44; to build Daniel Webster, by Rufus Choate, ii. 362.
D'AUTERIVE, MARIGNY, ii. 320.
DEACON, PETER, ii. 259.
a proposed amendment to, relative to the mode of elect- DEGANDOLLE, the botanist, ii. 130.
Declaration of Independence, ii. 453.
Declaration of Rights of Virginia, i. 11.
D'ENGIEIN, DUKE, execution of, ii. 282.
Delaplaino's Repository, quoted, ii. 35.
De LOLME, the writer on Legislation, ii. 180.
Democratic Review, quoted, ii. 218.
ginia, ii. 177; French troops in Ireland surrender to, D'ENVILLE, LA ROCHEFOUCAULD, letter from to Dr. Frank.
lin, ii. 130.
“ Dermot, Mac Morrogh;" or, the Conquest of Ireland, by
John Q. Adams, ii. 251.
DE STAEL, MADAME, ii. 285; account of Henry Clay's inter-
view with, 261.
proposition to amend the Federal Constitution, 146. Detroit, action at, 1814, il. 271.
between the United States and the, ii. 274; its charac- DEXTER, SAMUEL, senior, notice of, ii. 237.
DEXTER, SAMUEL, ancestry and birth of; graduates at Har-
237; election to Congress; appointed Secretary of War;
transfe to the Treasury Department; his practice
in the Supreme Court; his oratory, 238; his habits;
temperance; the Massachusetts State Temperance so-
ill health; his death, 239; argument in the trial of
at Philadelphia, ii. 9; Webster's tribute to, 894; coun-
sel in Knapp's trial, 899, 409; notice of, 572.
studies law; enters the Temple at London; returns to
Philadelphia ; elected to the Pennsylvania Assembly;
his oratory; reply to a piece called the speech of Joseph
career; political writings, i. 278; address to the Com.
mittee of Correspondence in Barbadoes; the Farmer's
Letters ; address of the inhabitants of Boston; Dr.
Henry Lee, 274; Liberty Song ; Arthur Lee; elected to
the King; Declaration of Congress, 1775; second peti.
tion to the King; opposes the Declaration of Independ-
ence, 275; political writings, 275; leads a regiment;
serves as a private soldier; appointed Brigadier Gen-
eral; elected to Congress; address to the States; quo-
tation from; chosen member of the Delaware Assembly;
President of the State; Dickinson College; the Federal
Constitution; writes the letters of Fabius; his last lite-
rary production; his death, 276; speech attributed to, | ELLSWORTH, OLIVER, ancestors of, birth and education; com:
mences the study of law; anecdote of his early practice,
anecdote of an English lawyer; failing health; resigns
debates; a more energetic system necessary, 404; ro-"
ference to ancient and modern history; necessity of
coercion; present weakness, 405; on the power of Con-
gress to lay taxes, 406; reasonable checks; reference to
Rhode Island, 408
Embargo, James A. Bayard's speech on the repeal of the,
EMMET, CHRISTOPHER TEMPLE, death of, 1. 525.
EMMET, Robert, father of Thomas A ddis, i. 525.
EMMET, THOMAS ADDIs, parentage und birth; designed for
the practice of medic'ne; his studies ; graduates at the
his early education; graduates at Oxford; his marriage; i. 525; Medical Thesis published by Smellie; travels in
Germany and Italy; death of his brother; studies law;
Erskine commences practice; his marriage; success
at the bar; Curran; the condition of Ireland, 525; the
met joins them; the adherence of the people; arrest of
Mr. Emmet; insurrections of Wexford and Wicklow;
defeat at Vinegar Hill, 526; French force land at Killala;
jailer of Napoléon; Mrs. Emmet, 526; removed to Fort
George; writes the history of Ireland ; liberation and
to the Supreme Court; death of Hamilton, 527; success
at the bar; politics; appointed Attorney General of New
York; anecdote of his practice; manners and appearance
in court; retort upon William Pinkney, 527 ; Mr. Em-
met's habits of business; estimate of his powers as an
advocate; his eloquence; the Astor cause ; trial of Lieu.
tenant Percival; and the case of the Sailors' Snug Harbor,
528; his last illness and death; memoir of his life, by
Haines, 528; counsel in the case of the Neirede, ii. 96.
Speech in defence of William 8. Smith; Miranda's
expedition, 528 ; account of General Miranda, 529; charac-
ter of Mr. Smith, 530; Mr. Adams and Mr. Genet, 580;
the statute considered, 531; captain Lewis and Mr. Arm-
strong; the misrepresentations of Fink, 532: the Lean-
535; the rescue of the Kempers ; Colonels Swartwout
duty of the jury, 538; burthen of the proof not thrown
manslaughter must be voluntary; interpretation of the
word" wilful," 540; distinction between murder and
642; Sir John Chichester's case, 543.
ENDICOTT, MR., testimony in the trial of J. F. Knapp, il. 405.
England, "implication" in, see Patrick Henry; resolution
of the Lords and Commons, of February 7, 1688, 1. 52;
the Navigation Act of, 103; Navigation Act of tho
seventeenth century, ii. 36; object of, to curtail tho
navigation of the Dutch, 86; the disposition of, in 1783,
41; the manufacturing resources of, 172.