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Jefferson in the purchase of Presidency, 73_accepts Russia's
offer of mediation, sends commis-
dal for the “ Columbian Obser- proclaims the Treaty of Ghent,
Madison, Dolly-wants to be mis-
tress of the White House, 74.
America, great honors paid to “bargain," 238.
tion in New York, 430—its dispo-
public indignation, political or-
distinguished foe, 458, 459.
answer Mr. Adams's letters, 465. Indian lands, 313-put to death,
76—-chosen to fill out Mr. Adams's McLean, John--continues at the
head of the postal department,
66-slavery not involved in the Adams's view of, 383—becomes a
Cabinet member, a judge of the
McLeod, Alexander-arrested, re-
discourse at the funeral of J. Q. 546.
348—its character, 366-annual in
1828, 401—its character, 419.
Mitchell, 0. M.-the astronomer
appointed general of the army, invite Mr. Adams to Cincinnati,
for the Vice-Presidency, 195--- Presidential caucus, 73—selects a
politician, 124–not much inter-
reasons for appointing Mr. Ad- son, 146—his opinion as to who
Worlds," 578 “To Louisa,”
399—his origin and pursuit, his 588 — a prayer, 609, 610— The
Truth and Light, The Lip and
the Heart, 651.
the Florida Treaty, 151-his char- Adams, 446—rules Mr. Adams
down, 491-elected Speaker again,
Porter, Peter B.-becomes Secretary
his views of the candidates and Puritans-apologized for, 13—their
gress against slavery, 470—their
first opposition to slavery, 474–
doubt their standing, slowly be-
division of men, Mr. Adams's first petitions, 477.
J. Q. Adams, his character and
Adams as a law student, 36, 41. Quincy, Josiah - questions Mr.
Adams's defense of General Jack- 74-extract from his “Memoir"
of Mr. Adams, 177—-receives the Scandal, The Clay-Adams-history
Scott, John in Congress, ap-
proaches Mr. Adams, 213—fails,
toral votes in 1825, 216 his Scott, General Winfield-his bad
Mr. Adams's letters about, 600,
Mr. Adams's habits of reading it,
cellor, his character, 89, 121, 156-— Seaton, Mrs. Sarah-her letter on
the election of 1824, 215.
the last caucus, 185–signs the to the Panama Congress, 318—
fails to reach the scene of action,
Adams to take an appointment Seward, Wm. H.-extract from his
scribes Mr. Adams's inauguration,
land, 145—presses the defense of scription of Mr. Adams's disease
the form of government for Louis-
the United States, 85—wants to England, 154, 172-course against
in America, 154, 172—its political
to Ghent, 91-attacks Mr. Adams, Compromise, 177, 179—protected
long conflict of in Congress to
debar petition and free speech on,
470 to 000-declared to be the cor-
the Vice-Presidency, 188 — his inevitable conflict of, 486 — its
fall provided in the “Councils of
Omnipotence,” 501 — could not Taylor, John W.-elected Speaker
free discussion, 504 — tri- of the House, 281.
out the scandal against Adams
sum to the Government of the Texas—the question of her bound-
ence acknowledged, 489—move-
Mr. Adams, 167—his methods, tion, 499, 500, 501 — evils and
521-admitted into the Union,
138—its tyranny and shams, 136, Thompson, Waddy-presents a re-
ams's time at the Capital, 592,593. attention of the Grand Jury, 495,
continue in the Cabinet, 218— Treaty-of Ghent, signed, 96—its
tuple, its purpose, Ashburton,
United States, her American pos- Troup, Governor becomes
fight, 316—-relents and gains his
Freemasonry, 463–Mr. Adams's Tyler, President-Mr. Adams's view
President, conduct at the White
ning in legislation, 369—of 1824,
makes Mr. Adams her teacher of
Rhetoric, 80 — makes General opinion of Mr. Adams, 55—knew
no friend in his Administration,
307—his relatives oppose the re-
moval of his remains, 440.
Congressional Caucus, 186—nom- electoral votes in 1825, 216—noti-
from Mr. Jefferson as to patron-
closes the Florida Treaty, 152. eral in Mr. Adams's Cabinet,
450 nominated by the Anti-
Masons, 456—his views of Mason-
Wise, Henry A.-calls the Virgin-
popularity, 43 -- appoints J. Q. his hand with Mr. Adams, 502-