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INDEX VOLUME 3

ANDREWS, ROBERT..

ARMSTRONG, F. W..

BAXTER, JUDge John.......

BATTLE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN.

BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, 656-678; celebration of, and of peace for
one hundred years between United States and Great Britain, 656;
program of ceremonies, 657–662; oration of Samuel M. Wilson, of
Lexington, Kentucky..

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139

178

211

29-49

662-678

BANCROFT, GEORGE, estimate of Jackson..

678

BRANCH, JOHN...

597

BENTON, THOMAS H., estimate of Randolph, 468; of Jackson.

678

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COURT MARTIAL OF ARBUTHNOT AND AMBRISTER 93-115; debate on

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DECLARATION of War Between United States and GREAT BRITAIN..

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DOUGLASS, STEPHEN A., Inauguration of Mill's Statue of Andrew
Jackson, in Washington, 562; oration by Stephen A. Douglass... 564-573
DROMGOOLE, WILL ALLEN

27-28

EATON, JOHN H., 80; resigns as Secetary of War, 336; Jackson to
Eaton, 337; Eaton to Ingham, 338; Ingham to Eaton, 339, 145,
147, 150, 151, 152, 155, 162, 172, 173, appeal to the public in reply
to Ingham, Branch and Berrien.

597-638

EARLY RELIGIOUS HISTORY OF Tennessee -

214

FITE, JUDGE JOHN A.----

55

FOSTER, EPHRIAM H., 639,655; correspondence with Committee, 639;
funeral oration on occasion of obsequies of Henry Clay..
GALES AND SEATON

639

79

Gallaher, ReV. JAMES, knew Jackson personally and gives opinion

of him, 679–689; Gallaher a pioneer preacher of Tennessee and
Kentucky, 679; author of "The Western Sketch Book"

679

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HOUSTON, SAM, 159, 346-364; invited to public dinner in Nashvile,
347; declines, 348; speech before Congress in the Stanberry matter
HUGHES, E. W., Letters on the Boone Tree..

HUDDLESTON, H. W...

HUMES, THOMAS W..

HUTCHINS, ANDREW JACKSON..

INGHAM, Branch and Berrien in Maj. Eaton's appeal to the Public,
597 and following pages..

JACKSON'S resignation from the United States Senate, 62; Jackson
on the Tariff, 69; Jackson on a "Military Chieftain," 72; Jack-
son's letter declining mission to Mexico, 76; Andrew Jackson and
James Monroe's correspondence, 78--92; Poem on, 181, 185, 186;
letter to his wife and son, 286-291; Poem on, 181, 185, 186; cabi-
nets, 293; first inaugural address, 293; bank veto, 295; second in-
augural address, 311; message on Texas and Mexico, 313; reads
paper to the Cabinet on removal of the deposits, 416; Thomas
Benton's view of the removal, 417; protest on the Senate's resolu-
tion of censure for such removal, 432; Senate declines to enter
protest on the journal, 432; full text of the protest, 432-456; let-
ters beginning in 1833 to and from Jackson, 517–561 (these letters
are from Gen. William Carroll, Gen. John Coffee, Alfred Balch,
Felix Grundy, Maj. H. Lee, Richard Rush, R. B. Taney, Rev. A.
D. Campbell, and from Jackson to Hugh Lawson White, Francis
P. Blair, Samuel J. Hayes); origin of Jackson's statue at New
Orleans and the Chalmette Monument, 573, 574, 575; letter from
Franklin Pierce, President of the United States, in reference to
the inauguration of the monuments, 576; program of the dedica-
tion of the monuments, 578; oration of L. J. Siger at dedication,
583; address of Clark Mills, 590; Jackson's farewell address, 690-
705; retires from the Presidency March 4, 1837.

349

20-21

57

123

200-201

690

JACKSON, RACHEL DONELSON, 187, 188; Poem on, 189; vindication of.. 190-195
JARNAGIN, SPENCER..

123

KING, JAMES, Letter to John Sevier..

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KNOXVILLE, Aldermen of, on death of Mrs. Andrew Jackson...

LEONARD, MRS. SARAH W. N., Letter on Religion of John Sevier...
LEONARD, MISS MYRTLE, Letter on the Boone Tree..

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188

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NORTH CAROLINA Act of CESSION of the Territory of Tennessee, 9;
Protest Against Cession...

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NULLIFICATION.

Oridnance of South Carolina, 366; Address to the
people of the United States, 368; nullification proclamation by
Jackson, 378; inaugural address of Gov. Haney on nullification,
395; proclamation of Gov. Hayne on nullification
O'NEAL, PEGGY, 318-345; her family history, 319; Edward Coate
Pinkney's toast to her, 320; visits Washington from New York;
statement of National Republican, 324; story of her life, 325; at
the age of 75, 333; Rev. E. S Ely and Rev. J. N. Campbell in
Eaton controversy, 334; Martin Van Buren on the "Eaton Ma-
laria," 335; death, 335; supported by Andrew Jackson.
OVERTON, JOHN..

PAYNE, JOHN HOWARD, 116; arrest of, 117; address to citizens of
Georgia, 122; offered public entertainment at Knoxville, 122;
public meeting at Knoxville on arrest, 123; letter to his sister,
125; account of Creek Indian Dance...

POINDEXTER, George.

PRENTICE, G. D...

400

336

279

127

143

204

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