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Index:Political Writings of Leggett, v1.djvu

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Political Writings of Leggett, v1.djvu

Contents:

  • Bank of United States, 19
  • Riot at the Chatham-Street Chapel, 28
  • Abolition Riots, 34
  • Anti-Slavery Association, 37
  • Small Note Circulation, 41
  • Resolutions of the Democractic Republican Committee, 44
  • Reply to the "Times", 47
  • The Presidential Contest, 50
  • Small Notes and the State Banking System, 56
  • The Election, 58
  • The State Prison Monopoly, 63
  • The Division of Parties, 64
  • The Character of the President, 68
  • Monopolies, 71
  • Asylum for Insane Paupers, 79
  • Monopolies, 83
  • Monopolies, 87
  • Monopolies, 91
  • The Monopoly Banking System, 96
  • Rich and Poor, 106
  • Revolutionary Pensioners, 111
  • Protection of Commercial Interests, 115
  • The French Treaty--President's Message, 116
  • Utopia--Sir Thomas More--Jack Cade, 125
  • To William L. Marcy, 134
  • Monopolies, 140
  • Joint-Stock Partnership Law, 142
  • Objects of the Evening Post, 144
  • Refusal of the U. S. Bank to Produce Its Books, 148
  • Refusal of the U. S. Bank to Produce Its Books, 152
  • The Bank Party, 155
  • Conduct of the Bank, 161
  • True Functions of Government, 162
  • Corporations, 166
  • Literary Corporations, 171
  • Character of Mr. Van Buren, 178
  • The Joint-Stock Partnership Law, 185
  • The Joint-Stock Partnership Law, 191
  • Reply to the Charge of Lunacy, 196
  • The Senate of the United States, 199
  • Governor McDuffie's Message, 204
  • The Ferry Monopoly, 210
  • The Opposition in the Senate, 213
  • The Senate and the French Question, 222
  • Uncurrent Bank Notes, 226
  • The Legislation of Congress, 229
  • Who Pays for Uncurrent Bills?, 234
  • The Bank of the United States, 235
  • The Auction Monopoly, 239
  • Free Trade Post Office, 243
  • Stock Gambling, 248
  • Registration of Voters, 252
  • Weighmaster General, 256
  • Weighmaster General, 258
  • Direct Taxation, 260
  • State Prison Monopoly, 263
  • State Prison Labour, 266
  • The Course of the Evening Post, 272
  • Character of Andrew Jackson, 276
  • Despotism of Andrew Jackson, 281
  • Despotism of Andrew Jackson, 285
  • American Indemnity Bill Passed, 291
  • Corporation Property, 293
  • Apology to France, 298
  • Out of Debt, 302
  • Edward Livingston, 305
  • The O'Connell Guards, 309