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The Resource To secure the blessings of liberty : selected writings of Gouverneur Morris, edited and with an introduction by J. Jackson Barlow

To secure the blessings of liberty : selected writings of Gouverneur Morris, edited and with an introduction by J. Jackson Barlow

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To secure the blessings of liberty : selected writings of Gouverneur Morris
Title
To secure the blessings of liberty
Title remainder
selected writings of Gouverneur Morris
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by J. Jackson Barlow
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Contributor
Subject
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973.2
Index
index present
LC call number
E302.6.M7
LC item number
A3 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
To secure the blessings of liberty : selected writings of Gouverneur Morris, edited and with an introduction by J. Jackson Barlow
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi-xxii) and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
To the inhabitants of the colony of New-York (1769) -- Political inquiries (1776) -- Oration on the necessity for declaring independence from Britain (1776) -- Public letters to the Carlisle Commissioners (1778) : To the Carlisle Commissioners, June 20 ; To the Earle of Carlisle, July 21 ; To the Earl of Carlisle, September 19 ; To Sir Henry Clinton, October 20 -- Proposal to congress concerning the management of the government (1778) -- Report of the committee on the treasury (1778) -- Some thoughts on the finances of America (1778) -- To the Quakers, Bethlemites, moderate men, refugees, and other the Tories whatsoever, and wheresoever, dispersed (1779) -- "An American" letters on public finance for the Pennsylvania Packet (1780) : February 17 ; February 24 ; February 29 ; March 4 ; March 11; March 23 ; April 11 ; April 15 -- Righteousness establisheth a nation (1780) -- Observations on finances: foreign trade and loans (1781) -- Ideas of an American on the commerce between the United States and French islands as it may respect both France and America (1783) -- Address to the assembly of Pennsylvania on the abolition of the bank of North America (1785) -- The Constitution of the United States (1787) : Letter to congress -- American finances (1789) -- Observations on government, applicable to the political state of France (1789) -- Memoir written for the king of France (1791) : Speech for the kin fog France ; Observations on the Constitution -- Notes on the form of a constitution for France (1791) -- Remarks upon the principles and views of the London Corresponding Society (1795) -- Oration on the death of George Washington (1799) -- Speeches in the senate on the repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801 : First speech on the judiciary establishment (1802) -- Letters to the New York Evening Post on the Louisiana Purchase (1803) : August 30 ; December 24 -- Funeral oration for Alexander Hamilton (1804) -- Oration on the love of wealth (1805) -- Oration on patriotism (1805) -- On prejudice (1805) -- AN answer to war in disguise (1806) -- Notes on the United States of America (1806) -- The British Treaty (1807/1808) -- On the Beaumarchais claim (1807-1808) : February 24 ; January 11 -- To the people of the United States (1810) -- Election address (1810) -- Letters to the Evening Post on Albert Gallatin's plan for enforcing the Non-Importation Act (1811) : December 19 ; December 21 ; December 23 ; December 24 ; December 26 ; December 27 -- Erie Canal commission report (1812) -- An address to the people of the state of New York on the present state of affairs (1812) -- Discourse before the New-York Historical Society (1812) -- Oration before the Washington Benevolent Society (1813) -- Essays for the Examiner (1814) : April 9 ; May 14 ; Jun 25 ; June 23 -- Oration on Europe's deliverance from despotism (1814) -- To the legislators of New York (1815) -- An inaugural discourse (1816) -- To the bank directors of New-York (1816) -- Address on "National Greatness."
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxii, 677 p.
Isbn
9780865978348
Isbn Type
(hardcover : acid-free paper)
Lccn
2012015333
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40021683222
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn793339985
Label
To secure the blessings of liberty : selected writings of Gouverneur Morris, edited and with an introduction by J. Jackson Barlow
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi-xxii) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
To the inhabitants of the colony of New-York (1769) -- Political inquiries (1776) -- Oration on the necessity for declaring independence from Britain (1776) -- Public letters to the Carlisle Commissioners (1778) : To the Carlisle Commissioners, June 20 ; To the Earle of Carlisle, July 21 ; To the Earl of Carlisle, September 19 ; To Sir Henry Clinton, October 20 -- Proposal to congress concerning the management of the government (1778) -- Report of the committee on the treasury (1778) -- Some thoughts on the finances of America (1778) -- To the Quakers, Bethlemites, moderate men, refugees, and other the Tories whatsoever, and wheresoever, dispersed (1779) -- "An American" letters on public finance for the Pennsylvania Packet (1780) : February 17 ; February 24 ; February 29 ; March 4 ; March 11; March 23 ; April 11 ; April 15 -- Righteousness establisheth a nation (1780) -- Observations on finances: foreign trade and loans (1781) -- Ideas of an American on the commerce between the United States and French islands as it may respect both France and America (1783) -- Address to the assembly of Pennsylvania on the abolition of the bank of North America (1785) -- The Constitution of the United States (1787) : Letter to congress -- American finances (1789) -- Observations on government, applicable to the political state of France (1789) -- Memoir written for the king of France (1791) : Speech for the kin fog France ; Observations on the Constitution -- Notes on the form of a constitution for France (1791) -- Remarks upon the principles and views of the London Corresponding Society (1795) -- Oration on the death of George Washington (1799) -- Speeches in the senate on the repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801 : First speech on the judiciary establishment (1802) -- Letters to the New York Evening Post on the Louisiana Purchase (1803) : August 30 ; December 24 -- Funeral oration for Alexander Hamilton (1804) -- Oration on the love of wealth (1805) -- Oration on patriotism (1805) -- On prejudice (1805) -- AN answer to war in disguise (1806) -- Notes on the United States of America (1806) -- The British Treaty (1807/1808) -- On the Beaumarchais claim (1807-1808) : February 24 ; January 11 -- To the people of the United States (1810) -- Election address (1810) -- Letters to the Evening Post on Albert Gallatin's plan for enforcing the Non-Importation Act (1811) : December 19 ; December 21 ; December 23 ; December 24 ; December 26 ; December 27 -- Erie Canal commission report (1812) -- An address to the people of the state of New York on the present state of affairs (1812) -- Discourse before the New-York Historical Society (1812) -- Oration before the Washington Benevolent Society (1813) -- Essays for the Examiner (1814) : April 9 ; May 14 ; Jun 25 ; June 23 -- Oration on Europe's deliverance from despotism (1814) -- To the legislators of New York (1815) -- An inaugural discourse (1816) -- To the bank directors of New-York (1816) -- Address on "National Greatness."
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxii, 677 p.
Isbn
9780865978348
Isbn Type
(hardcover : acid-free paper)
Lccn
2012015333
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40021683222
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn793339985

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