The Writings of Samuel Adams, vol 4

1778-1802

Author: Samuel Adams
Language: English
Wordcount: 109,272 / 328 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 29
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 721
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Origin: gutenberg.org
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(ed Harry Alonzo Cushing)

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To John Adams, July 2nd

Conditions of Trade--Massachusetts Election.

To John Adams, August 16th

Case of Captain Stanhope.

To Richard Henry Lee, December 17th

Case of Captain Landais.

1786.

To John Adams, April 13th

William Gordon--Relations with England.

To John Adams, July 21st

Political Liberty and National Faith--The Tories.

1787.

To Richard Henry Lee, December 3rd

The National Constitution.

1789.

To Richard Henry Lee, April 22nd

Powers of Congress--Commending Leonard Jarvis.

To the Legislature of Massachusetts, May 27th

Accepting Election as Lieutenant-Governor.

To Richard Henry Lee, July 14th

The State Governments--Political Applications.

To Elbridge Gerry, August 22nd

Congressional Control of Lighthouses--Constitutional Amendments.

To Richard Henry Lee, August 24th

Nature of the Constitution--Importance of Amendments.

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