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Author Morris, Gouverneur, 1752-1816.

Title To secure the blessings of liberty : selected writings of Gouverneur Morris / edited and with an introduction by J. Jackson Barlow
Published Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, [2012]
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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."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages xxi-xxii) and index
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Subject Morris, Gouverneur, 1752-1816.
United States -- History -- 1783-1815 -- Sources.
United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Sources.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783 -- Sources.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1783-1865 -- Sources.
Genre/Form History.
Sources.
Form Electronic book
Author Barlow, J. Jackson.
LC no. 2012015333
ISBN 1461931460 (electronic bk.)
1614879044 (e-book)
9781461931461 (electronic bk.)
9781614879046 (e-book)