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Government, Teutonic, 23.

| Laboulaye on France and America, 106,
* Greatest happiness," '72.
Greeley, Horace, 125.

on Washington, 108.
Grenville, 39.

Language, unity in, 284.
Grote on Switzerland, 140 n.

League of colonies, 113.

Lexington, 1 n.
Hall, Rev. Newman, xxiii, xxv.

'battle of, 50.
Hamilton, Alexander, 108.

Liberty, religious, xvii.
on finance, 186.

Adams on, 169.
on national govern-

English, 103.
ment, 118.

Mill on, 76.
Hampden, John, 20.

organized, 107.
Hancock, John, 54.

Life-boat, 69.
" " proscribed, 55.

Lincoln, Abraham, xxiii, 23, 110.
Happiness an ethical right, 92.

as President, 190.
Harrison, Gen., 187.

assassination of, 192.
Harte, Bret, 211, 283.

eulogy on, 193.
Hartford Convention, 170.

interview with, 126.
Harvard College, great men of, 228.

on slavery, 190, 199.
" origin of, 227.

Lincoln Tower, xxiii.
Hayne, Senator, 171.

Long Parliament, 111.
Heroes, true, 152.

Louisiana, purchase of, 170.
Hohenzollern, house of, 63, 117, 152. Lowell on Burns, 210.
Holst, Von, 12.

" on Frederic, 154.
Hooker, Thomas, 101.

Loyalty, Sherman on, 153
Hope, grounds of, 306.

“ spirit of, 153.
Humbugs, 302.

Luise of Prussia, 306.
Hume on Puritans, 35.

Luther as reformer, 20.
Huxley on American museums, 246.
" on the United States, 194.

Macaulay on decay, 160.
Hyacinthe on America, 219.

on Reform Bill, 166.

" on republicanism, 166.
Ilfracombe, xviii.

Madison, his papers, 123.
Immigration, 180.

on confederacy, 116.
its benefits and evils, 181. on slavery, 132.
Independence, Declaration of, xiv, 1, 10. Magna Charta, 80.
in Philadelphia, 98.

Majority, tyranny of, 72.
resolution for, 59.

Mam xonism, 218.
Independent, The, 128.

Manhood, xiii, 137, 306.
Indian war, 14, 44.

Man in society, 71.
Individual, 114 n.

Manners of early times, 124.
Indulgences. sale of. 20.

Mason and Dixoni, 172.
Inertia of freedom, 117.

Mason on slavery, 134.
International, Christianity more than, Material civilization, 203, 205.
xxvi.

Materialism hinders culture, 221.
Irish in America, 182, 185, 276.

" not American, xvii, xxiv.
Iroquois, treaty with, 7.

" tyranny of, 69.

Mayflower, 32.
Jackson on Bank of United States, 186. Mayhew, Jonathan, 37, seq.
on the Union, 172.

Mecklenburg Declaration, 59 n.
Jannet, C., on America, 249.

Men created equal, 67.
Jefferson, author of Declaration, 61.

" rights of, Jefferson on, 77.
death of, 61.

" Mill on, 76.
false views of, 89.

Mercenaries, German, 52.
on aristocracy, 79.

Mexico, 177, 188.
on government, 77.

Military occupation, 179.
on jury, 82.

Mill, John Stuart, 76.
on slavery, 95.

Mississippi, the, 170, 175.
on suffrage, 74.

Missouri Compromise, 172, 189.
on the Union, 171.

Mobocracy, 142.
Johnson, Andrew, 192.

Mommsen on Rome, 159, 177.
John the apostle, 225.

Monarchy, predictions of, 62.
July 4, celebration of, 98.

Money, Continental, 186.
o in London, xiii.

Monroe on confederacy, 120.
Jury, trial by, 81, 82.

Morier on government, 23 n.

Mormonism, 289.
Kalb, De, 52.
Kant on development, 225.

Napoleon, xiv, 146, seq.
Kemper, Gov., on the Union, 174.

Napoleon, Louis, 125.

Nationalities, foreign, dangers of, 284.
Labor question, 282, seq.

Nation analyzed, 4.

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Nation defined, 4, 80 n.

| Race in the United States, Chinese, 282.
" France a, 5, 9, 12, 83, 96, 161, 202.

German, 183.
" the colonies a, 4.

Irish, 182.
Nations mixed in colonies, , seq.

native, 183.
* Nation, The," 255.

negro, 282.
Native Americans, 18

Rahel quoted, 251.
Nativism, 287.

Ranke on the Reformation, 21.
Negroes as “wards." 278.

Rebellion of 1861, 61, 197, 217.
" characteristics of, 276.

" Shays's, 71, 121.
New England, confederacy or, 7.

true view of, 277.
influence of, 218, 229. Reconstruction, its blunder, 278.
names in, xxv,

Reeleaux, Prof., on German industry, 244.
spirit of, 143 n, 226.

“ on the United States, 244.
News, The Sussex Daily, xix.

Religion and liberty, 29.
New York, churches in, 221.

in America, 220.
North-west Territory, 134.

" in colonies, 30, seq., 218.
Nullification, 172.

Religious liberty, xvii, 289, seq.

" abuses of, 289.
Oberlin, 278.

Representation, slave, 131.
O'Connell, 167.

Republican party, 189.
Office not a right, 74, 75.

Republic, a study, 63.
Ordinance of 1787, 134.

Repudiation, 187.
Otis, James, advises a congress, 8, 16, 37, Resistance, duty of, 86.
40, 55, 101.

Revolution, American, distinguished from
Paine, Thomas, 60.

French, 2, 87, 111.
Palfrey, 28 n.

American, justified, 11.
Parliament, English, rows in, 167.

English, 83.
Franklin before, 26.

French, 145.
subservient to George III., 26.

John Adams on, 17.
the German, 127 n.

right of, 84, 85, 100.
the Long, 111.

sources of, 21.
Party-spirit, 162.

Revolutionist in Europe, 84.
in England, 165.

Rights, Declaration of, 3, 10.
Patriotism, viii.

from God, 69.
Peace, xviii, xxv.

“inalienable," 68.
People, a, 11 n.

Jefferson on, 77.
" government by, 78, 102, 115.

« natural and political, 77.
Perfection not to be looked for, xy.

Robinson, John, father of liberty, 29, seq.
Perils of the century, 248.

Romanism in America, 291.
Personality, xiv, xv.

Rome, Mommsen on, 159, 177.
“ Person" in Constitution, 133.

Ruskin on corruption, 254.
Philadelphia, convention at, 122.

Russia, corruption in, 250.
"
Declaration in, 98.

expansion of, 177, 201.
Pilgrims, memorial of, xxv, 31.
Pius IX., 173.

Saturday Review, 13.
Platform, 307.

Schiller on rights, 19.
Plato on Republic, 248.

Schurz, Carl, 289 n.
Plymouth, Pilgrims in, xxv, 31.

Search, right of, 188.
Political rights, 75.

Secession, Calhoun on, 173.
Population of United States, 182.

excluded from Constitution, 140.
Prayer, Book of, 295.

o no right of, 11, 12, 115.
Preachers of New England, 35, 101.

Sectionalism of slavery, 171.
Presbyterians, Washington's reply to,

of Washington on, 169.
150 n.

“Self-evident truths,” 63.
President, first election of, 145.

Self-government, 7,
how elected, 142.

Sermons of New England, 35.
making the, 125.

Shams, 204.
powers of, 142.

Shays's Rebellion, 71, 121.
re-election of, 126.

Sherman, Gen., 153.
Press in England, 168.

Sidney, Algernon, 101.
Priestley, 72.

Signers of Declaration, 57.
Property suffrage in cities, 258.

Simon on France, 143 n
Protection," xvi.

Slavery, 28.
Prussia, 149.

brought in by abolitionists, 128.
Crown Prince of, a

cause of rebellion, 197.
16 origin of, 200.

in representation, 131.
Puritan spirit, 189.

Jefferson on, 95.

not in Constitution, 128.
Qualitative, 141.

sectional, 171.
Quantitative, 141.

Slaves, fugitive, 132.
Quincy on Adams, 58 n.

Slave-trade, 131.

| Times, London, on the Centenary, xvi, 13,

50, 160.
Tocqueville, De, 12, 219, 232.
Town-meeting, 22.

attempt to suppress, 48.

described, 27.
Townshend, 41.
Trades-unions, 298.
Tripoli, war with, 187.
Troops quartered on colonies, 49.
Tyranny of materialism, 69.
Ultramontanism, 230, 291.
Union, geographical, 175.

" spirit of, 9, 115.
United States, area of, 203.

- benefits of, 202.

no failure, xvi, 10.
Universal suffrage, 272.
Usurpation of George III., 18.

of Parliament, 46.

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Slave-trade, abolished, 135.
Socialism, 301.
Society, American, 100.

for man, 71.
Mill on, 76.
rights of, 79.

sovereignty, 73.
Sonderbund, Swiss, 114 n, 140 n.
South, appeal to, 137.

"o reconstruction of, 197.
Sovereignty, 72.

Mill on, 76.
Spain, 202.
Speculations in Germany, 250.
Stamp Act, 13.

how resisted, 42.
of Leo X., 20, 42.

repeal of, 46.
Standing army, 179, 192.
Statesmanship, 304.
State rights, 173.
Btephens, A. H., on slavery, 197.

* ' “ on union, 174.
Steuben, 52.
Storrs, R. L., 98.
Suffrage, experience of, 274.

in cities, 258.
Jefferson on, 74.
Mill on, 76.
negro, 199.
not natural right, 74.
restriction of, 271, seq.

woman, 259.
Sumner, Charles, 303.
Sumner, Prof., on suffrage, 271.
Sunday in America, 219.
Supreme Court, 143.
Surgery, American, 236.
Surrey Chapel, xxiii, seq.
Sussex Daily News, xix, seq.
Switzerland, government of, 114, 140 n.

66 Grote on, 140 n.
Syllabus, 295.
Syllogism in Declaration, 66.

Vaticanisın, 230.
Versailles Assembly, 5.
Veto, President's, 142.
Vicissitudes of century, 159.
Virginia, 130.
Walpole, Horace, 15.
War, civil, 196.

16 of Independence, 110.
Wars, how conducted, 192.

of United States, 61, 187, seq.
Washington, xxiii, 3, 52, 53, 108.

as general, 149.
election of, 145.
Farewell Address of, 150.
greatness of, 151.
his solitary joke, 127.
his style, 150.
on confederacy, 117, 121.
on Constitution, 139.

on independence, 109.
Webster on Adams and Jefferson, 61.

on Hartford Convention, 171.

on nullification, 172.
66 on territory, 177, 239.
Westminster Review, mistakes of, 13, 16.
Whittier, 50.
Wilberforce, xxiii.
William, Emperor of Germany, 152.
Williams, Roger, 290 n.
Winthrop, R. C., 98.
Witherspoon, 57 n.
Woman, influence of, 207.

suffrage, 259.
Wrangel, Marshal, 152.
Yale College, origin of, 229.
Yeomanry of New England, 36.

Tacitus on Germans, 22.
Taft, Attorney-General, 257 n.
Tariff, 172, 185.
Taxation and representation, 19, 40.

6 Burke on, 19.

6 wly resisted, 13, 18.
Tea-party, Boston, 47.
Tea tax, 47.
Tecumsel, 187.
Territory, North-western, 134.

of the United States, 177.
Tests of government, 162.
Teutonic race, 22.
Theology, New England, 229.
Thiers on Napoleon, 157.
Thought, vitality of, 102.

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