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OF

POLITICAL SCIENCE,

POLITICAL ECONOMY,

AND OF THE

POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.

BY THE BEST AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN WRITERS.

EDITED BY

JOHN J. LALOR.

VOL. II.

EAST INDIA COMPANY-NULLIFICATION.

CHICAGO:

MELBERT B. CARY & COMPANY.

1883.

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Among the Writers of the Articles in the First and Second
Volumes are the following:

EDWARD ATKINSON, the distinguished Publicist, HENRY FAWCETT, M. P., Professor of Political
Boston, Mass.
Economy at the University of Cambridge; at
present Postmaster General of Great Britain.
GASPAR FINALI, Ex-Minister, Italy.

BARTHÉLMY SAINT-HILAIRE, Member of the In-
stitute of France.

FRÉDÉRIC BASTIAT, the famous French Econo- JOHN FISKE, the well-known Essayist and Phil

mist.

HENRI BAUDRILLART, Member of the Institute
of France, contributor to the Dictionnaire Gén-L.
éral de la Politique.

MAURICE BLOCK, Statistician, Political Economist
and Publicist; Editor of the Dictionnaire Gén-
éral de la Politique, Paris.

J. C. BLUNTSCHLI, Professor at the University of
Heidelberg, the celebrated writer on Interna-
tional Law; one of the Editors of Bluntschli
and Brater's Staatswörterbuch.

GEROLAMO BOCCARDO, Editor of the Dizionario
Universale di Economia Politica e Commercio,
Italy.

JACQUES DE BOISJOSLIN, Paris, France.

ALBERT S. BOLLES, Author of the "History of XAVIER HEUSCHLING, Ministry of the Interior, American Finance."

Brussels.

GASTON DE BOURGE, Advocate, Paris.

HORATIO BURCHARD, Director of the Mint, Wash-
ington, D. C.

EDWARD CARY, Editor of the "New York Times."
E. CAUCHY, Member of the Institute of France.
EMILE CHÉDIEU, Advocate.

A. E. CHERBULIEZ, Swiss Political Economist,
contributor to the Dictionnaire de l'Economie
Politique.

JOHN W. CLAMPITT, Attorney at Law, Illinois.
AMBROISE CLEMENT, the distinguished French
Economist.

ROYER COLLARD, Professor, of the Faculté de
Droit, Paris.

Hon. THOMAS M. COOLEY, Author of "Constitutional Limitations," etc., etc.; Judge of the Supreme Court of Michigan.

osopher, Cambridge, Mass. WORTHINGTON C. FORD, Esq., Brooklyn, N. Y. FOUBERT, Chef de division, France. JOSEPH GARNIER, Professor of Political Economy, Member of the Institute of France. HENRY GEORGE, Author of "Progress and Poverty," New York.

CHARLES COQUELIN, one of the Editors of the
Dictionnaire de l'Economie Politique.
COURCELLE-SENEUIL, Paris, France.
BANCROFT DAVIS, Assistant Secretary of State,

LOUIS GOTTARD, Publicist.

GEORGE WALTON GREENE, Attorney and Counselor, New York.

JULES GRENIER, Publicist.

W. E. GRIFFIS, Author of the "Mikado's Em-
pire," Schenectady, N. Y.
FAUSTIN HÉLIE, Member of the Institute of
France.

J. E. HORN, Writer on Finance, Member of the
Hungarian Parliament.

M. HUMANN, Advocate, France.

EDWARD S. ISHAM, Attorney and Counselor at
Law, Chicago.

Prof. E. J. JAMES, Normal University, Normal,
Illinois.

Judge JOHN A. JAMESON, Author of "The Con-
stitutional Convention," Chicago.

ALEXANDER JOHNSTON, Author of "History of
American Politics," Norwalk, Conn.

Hon. JOHN JAY KNOX, Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C.

CHAS. LAVOLLÉE, Ex-Prefect, France.
TE. CLIFFE LESLIE, the eminent English Politi-
cal Economist, lately deceased. His last litera-
ry effort was the article, "History, Economic
and Legal," written for this Cyclopædia a few
weeks before his death.

HENRY D. LLOYD, Financial Editor of the "Chicago Tribune."

Washington, D. C.

Judge JOHN LOWELL, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

DELABARRE DUPARCQ, Director at the Military J. R. M'CULLOCH, the English Economist.

School of Saint-Cyr.

JULES DUVAL, Publicist.

M. DE MOLINARI, Editor of Journal des Débats,
Corresponding Member of the Institute of
France.

CL. DUVERNOIS, French Ex-Minister.

Hon. DORMAN B. EATON, Chairman of the Civil
Service Commission, New York.

Hon. MAX. EBERHARDT, Attorney, Chicago.
LEON FAUCHER, Member of the Institute of
France.

MICHEL NICOLAS, Professor, Montauban, France.
M. ORTOLAN, Lawyer, France.
ESQUIROU DE PARIEU, Member of the Institute
of France.

JULES PAUTET, French Vice-Prefect.

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