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After the Fight at Bunker's Hill
The Restless Army at Valley Forge
The Appeal of a Patriot
A Military Dinner-Party
A Republican No
Advice to a Favorite Nephew
On Women and Matrimony
To the Wife of his Friend
To a Happy Bridegroom .
The Approach of the Presidency
A Great Experiment
An Admonition to his Niece Farewell Address to the People of the United States of America
Characteristic Entries in his Diary
A Balanced Government
A Character of Franklin
To Nathan Webb, With a Strange Prediction
To James Sullivan, On Popular Suffrage
To his Wife, On the Birth of the New Nation
To Benjamin Rush, On Mrs. Adams's Patriotism
To Timothy Pickering, With an Account of a Famous Document
To Jolin Quincy Adams, On his Election to the Presidency .
Passages from his Autobiography
An Anecdote of Doctor Franklin
Hamilton and Adams
To Peter Carr, With Good Advice to a Young Man
To Madame La Comtesse de Tesse, in a Complimentary Vein
To P. Mazzei, Upon the Political Condition of the Country
To Doctor Benjamin Rush, Upon the Christian Religion
To Governor Sullivan, Concerning Presidential Tours .
To Thomas Jefferson Randolph, Giving Some Rules of Conduct
To John Adams, Taking a Cheerful View of Life .
To Doctor Vine Utley, Describing the Writer's Physical Condition
To John Adams, On Political Parties
To Timothy Pickering, On a Sermon by Doctor Channing
To John Adams, Recalling their Long Friendship
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
“The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America"
Josiah QUINCY, JUN.
An Interview with Lord North
The Duty of Americans
The Feeling of Englishmen
The Consequences of “ Taste"
A Tariff the Proper Source of National Revenue
REVOLUTIONARY SONGS AND BALLADS.
Yankee Doodle .
Taxation of America .
A New Song
The Ballad of Nathan Hale
Battle of Trenton
The Fate of John Burgoyne
The Progress of Sir Jack Brag
Yankee Doodle's Expedition to Rhode Island
The Present Age
The Happy and Virtuous Moravians
Account of a Famous Grammar
A Reformer of the Last Century
The Consistent Life of Benezet
ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON.
On the Condition of the Country
A Comparison of Two Nations
The Society of the Cincinnati .
JOHN PAUL JONES.
Chivalrous Letter to the Countess of Selkirk.
Action between the “ Bon Homme Richard " and the “Serapis "
JONATHAN MITCHEL SEWALL.
A Cry to Battle.
War and Washington
Hugh HENRY BRACKENRIDGE.
Provincial Honors to an Exciseman
He visits Johnson and Goldsmith
Reminiscences of Washington .
The Prisoners of the Revolution
Some Results of the Revolution
The Dunce's Refuge .
A Time-Worn Belle
On General Ethan Allen.
On a Patient killed by a Cancer Quack
The Death of Captain Cook
Russia and the Russians a Hundred Years Ago
The Traveller's Tribute to Woman .
" THE HARTFORD Wits."
From “The Anarchiad
From “The Echo"
From “ The Political Green-House"
On the Expediency of Adopting the Federal Constitution
View of the Powers proposed to be vested in the Union
Whether the State Governments are in Danger from the Federal Power
Concerning African Colonization
On the Theory of Secession
Advice to my Country
ST. GEORGE TUCKER.
Days of my Youth
Prologue to a Comedy
Lord Dunmore's Petition to the Legislature of Virginia
On Barney's Victory over the Ship “General Monk”
On a Travelling Speculator
The Indian Burying-Ground
The Wild Honeysuckle
The Parting Glass
On the Ruins of a Country Inn
To a Honey Bee .