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EQUAL RIGHT AND PRIVILEGES ARE ALL THE PE LE ASK FOR.

THE

GUIDE

The blessings of Government, like the dews of Heaven, should be dispensed alike on high and low, the rich and the
poor.

JACKSON.
The privilege of self-government is one which the people will never be permitted to enjoy unmolested. Power and
wealth are continually stealing from the many to the few.

WILLIAM LEGGETT.

VOLUME ONE.

THIS VOLUME CONTAINS NOT LESS THAN

500 ITEMS ON POLITICAL SUBJECTS,

WORTH MORE THAN TWENTY TIMES THEIR COST TO THE POLITICIAN

AND ALL OTHERS THAT WISH TO POSSESS A

RECORD OF POLITICAL INFORMATION,

COMMENCING WITH THE STRUGGLE FOR THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES.

THE TRUE PRINCIPLES OF DEMOCRACY,

AND THOSE OF THE FEDERAL WHIGS,

WILL BE FOUND CORRECTLY DELINEATED IN THIS VOLUME.

NEW YORK:
JAMES WEBSTER, PUBLISHING AGENT,

15 ELM STREET.

1842.

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IND E X.

A

Analysis of the Proceedings in Congress, 353 page. Appropriation for 1842,

362 Amendments to the Constitution,

7 An Act making appropriations for 1842, 369 A brief history of the Whigs of the Jef

Awful state of the Finances,

375 ferson school,

10 A Whig's opinion of the late Congress, 376 Assumption of State Debts,

31 Among the varioua classes of society, which of the classes do or is calculated

B most to benefit our country,

40 Are the chances of having a good Chief

Banner Consecrated by the Boston FedMagistrate by birth equal to the chances

ralists,

16 of obtaining one by popular election,

British impressions of tne Hartford ConArticles of Confederation of the United

vention, States,

59 Butler's Letter to the Evening Post and Andrew Jackson-B. F. Butler, &c. 63

to General Jackson,

63 An Analysis of the Madison Papers,

Bank of the United States' Seven Milgiving a copious outline of the

lions lost in Electioneering,

64 Debates in the Convention which for

Bank Munificence,

88 med the Constitution of the United

British Special Missions to the U. S., 115 States,

89 95 | Banker's Circular, in which Messrs. BidA National Bank in 1819–1820 and 1828,

dle and Jaudon are represented as the showing the often-repeated stories of

greatest Financiers, Managers of Exthe Federal Whigs that the people

change, &c. &c. the world ever produwere always prosperous and happy un

ced, &c. &c.,

186 der a United States Bank,” were like

Beauties of Whig Legislation,

189 many of their similar stories, built on

Beautiful Consistency,

218 a sandy foundhtion, 93 Bouck, C. William,

222 A picture of Coon skin governing drawn Blessings of Whiggery,

224 by a Whig,

96 Brief statement of the political affairs Address to the Working Men of the Uni

and events which have and still agitale ted States,

106 147 the inhabitants of Rhode Island, &c., 229 Analysis of the Political papers in the

Better Times,

315 numbers of the United States Maga Bank of the U. S., Biddle, &c., zine and Democratic Review, 144 Bank, National,

88 Annual Message of President Tyler to

Bentón refuses paper money,

208 both Houses of Congress, December,

Bouck, C. Williain,

321 1841,

161 Buchanan, James, letter to P. W. Ferris, A National Bank,

- 188
&c.,

337 Amendment to the Constitution of New

Beans,

349 York,

192 Bill to repeal Mr. Clay's Land DistribuAnalysis of the Political Portion of Thos.

tion Bill,

354 Jefferson's Works, (4 vols.)

193 257 Bankrupt Law opposed by Mr. Benton, 355 Analysis of the Report of the Committee

Banks and their Circulation,

355 of ihe Ways and Means relating to the

Brown, Charles, Speech portion of,

358 finances of the State of N. Y. - 200 Beauties of Banking,

376 A Suggestion to the Home Leaguers, 224 Banking System,

376 A word io the people,

313 Always the Same,

- 319

С Aristocracy Defined,

32 American and British Ministers,

86 Ashburton, Lord, Mission to the U. S., 116 Constitution of the United States,

3 American Produce for market,

118 Col. Hamilton's plan for Electing ElecAmerican State Bonds, 276. tors of President,

32 A few of the Federal' Whig principles

Can it be possible ihat Daniel Webster defined by Mr. Clay, 323 is friendly to British Alliance,

56 Address delivered before the Democratic

Correspondence between the American Convention at Trenton, N. J.,

327

and British Ministers in relation to the Address delivered at the Syracuse Con

detention of American Vessels in the ventlon, 7th Sept. 1842,

338
African Seas,

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