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Webster, Noah, 1758-1843.
Collection of papers on political, literary, and moral subjects.
New York, B. Franklin 
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|Notes:||Reprint of the 1843 ed.|
|Description:||373 pages 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Revolution in France / The rights of neutral nations / Dissertation on the supposed change of temperature in modern winters / Origin of the first Bank of the United States / Letter from General Washington, respecting the last campaign in the Revolution / Correspondence with Mr. Madison, respecting the origin of the present constitution / Origin of the Copy-right Laws of the United States / Vindication of the Treaty with Great Britain, in 1795 / Origin of Amherst College in Massachusetts / Address on agriculture / A letter to the Honorable Daniel Webster / Answer of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts to the Governor's address / A letter to Rev. Samuel Lee, D.D., Professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge / Reply to a letter of David McClure, Esq. / Letter to a young gentleman commencing his education / Form of association for young men / Modes of teaching the English language / Origin of the Hartford Convention in 1814 / Brief history of political parties / State of English philology, or results of many years' researches.|
|Series Title:||Burt Franklin research & source works series, no. 249.; American classics in history and social science, #44.|