Index:Political Writings of Leggett, v2.djvu

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Political Writings of Leggett, v2.djvu

Contents:

  • Chief Justice Marshall, 3
  • The Abolitionists, 7
  • Mr. Kendall's Letter, 12
  • The Postmaster General, 15
  • Two-Penny Postmasters, 19
  • The Evening Post and Mr. Van Buren, 28
  • Mr. Van Buren and Slavery, 30
  • Fanatical Anti-Abolitionists, 35
  • Reward for Arthur Tappan, 36
  • Mr. Kendall's Letter, 38
  • Trouble in Haverhill, 50
  • The Anti-Slavery Society, 52
  • Post-Office Patronage, 56
  • Abolitionists, 58
  • Slavery No Evil, 64
  • Regulation of Coal, 68
  • Extremes Unite, 70
  • The Committee and the Evening Post, 76
  • Free Ferries and an Agrarian Law, 80
  • Fancy Cities, 83
  • Copy Right Law No Monopoly, 88
  • The Fire Department, 90
  • Wood Inspection, 94
  • Causes of Financial Distress, 96
  • The Political Plain Dealer, 107
  • Thanksgiving Day, 113
  • Pilots, 118
  • Bread Law, 120
  • The Street of the Palaces, 122
  • Associated Effort, 125
  • Privileged Orders in Danger, 127
  • The Coal Question, 128
  • A Fine Volley of Words, 132
  • The Corporation Question, 135
  • The True Theory of Taxation, 143
  • "Your Napkin Is Too Little", 147
  • Beauties of the Exclusive System, 150
  • Political Prospects, 151
  • American Nobility, 157
  • The Inequality of Human Condition, 161
  • Franking Privilege, 167
  • Leading Public Opinion, 167
  • The Massachusetts Madman, 170
  • Rights of Authors, 174
  • Out, Damned Spot!, 181
  • Words Are Things, 189
  • Free-Trade Post Office, 190
  • The Newspaper Press, 197
  • Divine Origin of Slavery, 200
  • Treason Against the State, 205
  • The Rights of Authors, 207
  • A Violent Storm at Washington, 215
  • Meek and Gentle with These Butchers, 219
  • The Way to Cheapen Flour, 221
  • Right of Property in the Fruits of Intellectual Labour, 225
  • The Blessings of Slavery, 227
  • The Power of Congress over Slavery in the District of Columbia, 232
  • The Retirement of Andrew Jackson, 237
  • Dignity of the Press, 239
  • Legislative Indemnity for Losses from Mobs, 244
  • Commencement of the Administration of Martin Van Buren, 250
  • The Theatre, 256
  • General Banking Law, 265
  • Reception of Mr. Webster, 267
  • The Despotism of the Majority, 271
  • Omnipotence of the Legislature, 275
  • The Municipal Election, 279
  • Miss Tree, 282
  • The Question of Slavery Narrowed to a Point, 289
  • The Power of the Federal Government over the District of Columbia, 294
  • A Few Words to the Abolitionists, 297
  • Connection of State with Banking, 301
  • The Crisis, 309
  • The Safety Fund Bubble, 315
  • Newspaper Nominations, 319
  • The Morals of Politics, 322
  • "Abolition Insolence", 327
  • The Natural System, 330