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NOTICES OF HIS OPINIONS ON QUESTIONS OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT, NATIONAL
POLICY, AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
BY GEORGE TUCKER,
-Itaque nulla alia in civitate, nisi in qua populi potestas summa est, ullum domicilium libertas habet: qua quidem certe nihil potest esse dulcius; et quæ si æqua non est, ne libertas quidem est.-Cic. de REPUBLICA.
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ENTERED according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1837, by Carey, LEA & BLANCHARD, in the Clerk's Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
wards France. Discord in his Cabinet. Letter to Kosciusko. Ap-
pointment of Ministers to France. Letter to Mr. Madison. Resolu-
Mr. Jefferson recommends an Exploring Expedition across the Conti-
The President recommends a repeal of the Bankrupt Law. Bank of the
United States. Statistics of Louisiana. Amendment to the Constitu-
The President's Inaugural Address. Discontent of Spain. Eaton's
success against Tripoli. Mr. Jefferson's account of the Climate of