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The Democratic-Republican societies, 1790-1800 : a documentary sourcebook of constitutions, declarations, addresses, resolutions, and toasts /
edited, with an introd., by Philip S. Foner ; foreword by Richard B. Morris.
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Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c1976.
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xiii, 484 p.
ISBN
0837189071
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'œAn important work of scholarship that provides the scholarly community with the "basic" documents of the several Democratic-Republican societies. Previously this primary source material was to be found only in the special collections of libraries and historical societies....The bibliography is complete and indispensable. By its very nature this is the definitive work, and it must be acquired by all four-year college and university libraries and by major metropolitan librares.'' Choice
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Table of Contents
Forewordp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
The Democratic-Republican Societies: an Introductionp. 3
Notesp. 41
Democratic-Republican Societies of Pennsylvaniap. 53
To Citizen Genêt and His Reply, May 17, 1793p. 56
To the President and Members of the Democratic Society of Pennsylvania February 20, 1794p. 57
To the President and Members of the Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, May30, 1794p. 58
To the President and Members of the Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, May30, 1794p. 59
To the President and Members of the Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, May30, 1794p. 59
To the President and Members of the Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, May30, 1794p. 63
"An Observer" to the Gazette of the United States, August 5, 1800p. 112
Benjamin Nones to the Editor of the Aurora, August 13, 1800p. 116
Benjamin Nones to the Editor of the Aurora, August 13, 1800p. 129
Benjamin Nones to the Editor of the Aurora, August 13, 1800p. 133
To Mr. Scull, Pittsburgh Gazette, June 28, 1794p. 135
David Reddick to Mr. Scull, December 25, 1794p. 137
Democratic-Republican Societies of New Jerseyp. 141
Democratic-Republican Societies of New Yorkp. 151
"A Member" to the President and Members of the Democratic Society of The City of New York, February 22, 1794p. 154
"A Member" to the President and Members of the Democratic Society of The City of New York, February 22, 1794p. 155
"A Member" to the President and Members of the Democratic Society of The City of New York, February 22, 1794p. 157
Norwalk Republican Society, Connecticutp. 253
Democratic-Republican Societies of Massachusettsp. 255
Democratic-Republican Societies of Vermontp. 273
Patriotic Society of The County of Newcastle Delawarep. 319
Circular Letter to Patriotic Societies Throughout the United States, N.Dp. 324
Republican Society Of Baltimore, Marylandp. 335
Democratic-Republican Societies of Virginiap. 345
Democratic-Republican Societies of Kentuckyp. 357
Letter to a Citizen, N.Dp. 369
Democratic Society Of Washington, North Carolinap. 377
Democratic-Republican Societies of South Carolinap. 379
Notesp. 411
Occupations and Professions of Members Of the Democratic Society of Pennsylvaniap. 439
Other Letters In The Contemporary Press on Democratic-Republican Societiesp. 442
Constitutional Association of The Borough of Elizabeth New Jerseyp. 443
Bibliographyp. 447
Indexp. 461
About the Editorp. 485
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