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205-206

Genet's proposed expeditions,

206–207

Spirit of unrest in the West..

207-209

The Treaty of San Lorenzo el Real.... 209–210
Spanish protests

210-211

149-150

The formation of political parties.. 150-153

Jefferson the chief exponent of Republican-

ism

153-154

Cabinet dissensions

154-158
The party press...

159–160

The Essays of Davila; Publicola ”; and

Paine's Rights of Man..

160

The apportionment bill..

161-162

Change in manner of counting electoral

votes

162-163

Letters of Jefferson and Hamilton. 163-166

Washington and Adams reëlected.. 166-167

Yellow fever at Philadelphia..... 167-168

CHAPTER VI.

1789-1793,

FOREIGN RELATIONS; NEUTRALITY AND THE GENÊT

AFFAIR.

Influence of the French Revolution..... 211–213
Washington's questions to the Cabinet and
their answers

213-215
267-268

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380

Inauguration of Adams....

329

Washington's Cabinet retained.

330

Situation of the country..

330-331

Adams' message to Congress.

331-332

Party divisions in Congress.

332-333

Conduct of Matthew Lyon..

333

Envoys appointed .

334

Acts passed

335

Debate on foreign ministers..

335-336

Bitterness of party feeling...

336–337

Jefferson and the Mazzei letter..... 337-338

Hamilton and the Reynolds scandal.... 338–339

The Blount conspiracy and impeachment

trial .....

339-341

Yellow fever epidemic..

341-342

Porcupine's attack on Yrujo....

342–343

Mercantile disasters

343

Coinage and the mint...

343–346

The Lyon-Griswold fracas.

346-347

Philadelphia again visited by yellow fever 347–348

CHAPTER XIII.

1797-1798.

382-383

Adoption of the Kentucky Resolutions...... 384

Adams' opinion

384-385

The Virginia Resolutions adopted.... 385-386

Madison's interpretation

386-387

Chief propositions of the Kentucky Resolu-

tions.

387-389

Difference between doctrines of Jefferson and

Madison .

389-390

Views of the States...

390

The Kentucky Resolutions of 1799. 391-392

The Virginia Resolutions of 1800..

392

Appendix to Chapter XV.

I. The Kentucky Resolutions · 393-396

II. The Virginia Resolutions

396-397

III. Madison's letter on Nullification.. 397-402

THE X, Y, Z. MISSION.

CHAPTER XVI.

Instructions of the American envoys.... 348-349
Demands of X. Y. and Z. for money. 349-351
Envoys refuse to loan money.....

352

Envoys refuse to hold further indirect inter-

course ...

352-353

Gerry's interview with Talleyrand..

353

Letter of the envoys to Talleyrand..... 353-354

Envoys refuse Talleyrand's offer to treat

with Gerry ..

355-356

Gerry's negotiations with Talleyrand.. 356–357

Adams' message to Congress..

357-358

Acts of Congress....

359-360

X. Y. Z. dispatches submitted to Congress.. 360

Enthusiasm of the people....

360–361

Jefferson's opinion of secession.

361-362

1798-1800.

MILITARY AND NAVAL AFFAIRS.

Increases in the army and navy.

402-404

Privateers ..

404

Additional taxes levied ....

405-406

Washington appointed commander-in-chief 406-407

SERIES SLX

LECTURES EIGHTEEN TO TWENTY-ONE (Continued)

The Confederation and the Constitution, 1783-1787

(Continued)

21.

The Formation and Adoption of the Constitution (Part 2)

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