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To Secure the Blessings of Liberty

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  1. Cover
  2. pp. 1-1
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. 2-5
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. ix-xvi
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xvii-xviii
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  1. A Note on the Texts
  2. pp. xix-xx
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  1. Selected Bibliography
  2. pp. xxi-xxii
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  1. 1 • To the Inhabitants of the Colony of New-York (1769)
  2. pp. 1-4
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  1. 2 • Political Enquiries (1776)
  2. pp. 5-12
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  1. 3 • Oration on the Necessity for Declaring Independence from Britain (1776)
  2. pp. 13-24
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  1. 4 • Public Letters to the Carlisle Commissioners (1778)
  2. pp. 25-52
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  1. 5 • Proposal to Congress Concerning the Management of the Government (1778)
  2. pp. 53-66
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  1. 6 • Report of the Committee on the Treasury (1778)
  2. pp. 67-72
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  1. 7 • Some Thoughts on the Finances of America (1778)
  2. pp. 73-86
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  1. 8 • To the Quakers, Bethlemites, Moderate Men, Refugees, and Other the Tories Whatsoever, and Wheresoever, Dispersed (1779)
  2. pp. 87-94
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  1. 9 • To Governor Johnstone (1779)
  2. pp. 95-102
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  1. 10 • “An American” Letters on Public Finance for the Pennsylvania Packet (1780)
  2. pp. 103-164
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  1. 11 • Righteousness Establisheth a Nation (1780)
  2. pp. 165-170
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  1. 12 • Observations on Finances: Foreign Trade and Loans (1781?)
  2. pp. 171-176
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  1. 13 • Ideas of an American on the Commerce Between the United States and French Islands As It May Respect Both France and America (1783)
  2. pp. 177-182
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  1. 14 • Address to the Assembly of Pennsylvania on the Abolition of the Bank of North America (1785)
  2. pp. 183-206
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  1. 15 • The Constitution of the United States (1787)
  2. pp. 207-222
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  1. 16 • American Finances (1789)
  2. pp. 223-230
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  1. 17 • Observations on Government, Applicable to the Political State of France (1789)
  2. pp. 231-238
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  1. 18 • Memoir Written for the King of France, Respecting the New Constitution (1791)
  2. pp. 239-250
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  1. 19 • Observations on the New Constitution of France (1791)
  2. pp. 251-268
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  1. 20 • Notes on the Form of a Constitution for France (1791?)
  2. pp. 269-284
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  1. 21 • Remarks upon the Principles and Views of the London Corresponding Society (1795)
  2. pp. 285-292
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  1. 22 • Oration on the Death of George Washington (1799)
  2. pp. 293-302
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  1. 23 • Speeches in the Senate on the Repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801
  2. pp. 303-332
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  1. 24 • Letters to the New York Evening Post on the Louisiana Purchase (1803)
  2. pp. 333-352
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  1. 25 • Funeral Oration for Alexander Hamilton (1804)
  2. pp. 353-356
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  1. 26 • Oration on the Love of Wealth (1805)
  2. pp. 357-360
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  1. 27 • Oration on Patriotism (1805)
  2. pp. 361-364
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  1. 28 • On Prejudice (ca. 1805)
  2. pp. 365-368
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  1. 29 • An Answer to War in Disguise (1806)
  2. pp. 369-404
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  1. 30 • Notes on the United States of America (1806)
  2. pp. 405-422
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  1. 31 • The British Treaty (1807/1808)
  2. pp. 423-472
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  1. 32 • On the Beaumarchais Claim (1807–1808)
  2. pp. 473-484
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  1. 33 • To the People of the United States (1810)
  2. pp. 485-494
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  1. 34 • Election Address (1810)
  2. pp. 495-504
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  1. 35 • Letters to the Evening Post on Albert Gallatin’s Plan for Enforcing the Non-Importation Act (1811)
  2. pp. 505-518
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  1. 36 • Erie Canal Commission Report (1812)
  2. pp. 519-536
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  1. 37 • An Address to the People of the State of New York on the Present State of Affairs (1812)
  2. pp. 537-550
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  1. 38 • Discourse Before the New-York Historical Society (1812)
  2. pp. 551-572
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  1. 39 • Oration Before the Washington Benevolent Society (1813)
  2. pp. 573-586
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  1. 40 • Essays for the Examiner (1814)
  2. pp. 587-622
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  1. 41 • Oration on Europe’s Deliverance from Despotism (1814)
  2. pp. 623-634
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  1. 42 • To the Legislators of New York (1815)
  2. pp. 635-640
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  1. 43 • An Inaugural Discourse (1816)
  2. pp. 641-654
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  1. 44 • To the Bank Directors of New-York (1816)
  2. pp. 655-660
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  1. 45 • Address on “National Greatness” (no date)
  2. pp. 661-664
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 665-678
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