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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES-General view of the course of
Administration-Foreign Policy-Domestic Policy– Temporizing--Poor
arrayed against the Rich-Foreign Influence-Naturalized Voters—Prin.
ciples of the Government of the United States—Popularity of President
-Result of Election—Policy after Election-Measures against the Uni.
ted States Bank-Appointment of W.J. Duane, Secretary of the Treasury
-Refuses to Remove the Deposits-Dismissal of Mr. Duane-R. B. Ta.
ney appointed-Removal of Deposits-Commercial distress.
French Treaty-Payment of Indemnity Refused— Neglect of French Go.
vernment to procuro Appropriations-Relations with Great Britain-Ar.
rangement as to West India Trade-Disadvantageous to American Navi.
gation—Treaties with Russia and Belgium-Relations with South America. 22
South Carolina Legislature meet—Nullifying Acts—Union Convention-
Crisis-Course of Federal Government— Military Preparations—Meeting
of Congress—Proclamation of President-of Gov. Hayne-Resignation
of Vice President-New Tariff Reported in House-President's Message,
asking new Powers--Mr. Calhoun's Speech-Enforcing Bill Reported
Mr. Calhoun's Resolutions as to Federal Powers—Mr. Grundy's—Mr. Clay-
ton's-Resolutions of State Legislatures.
Tariff-Proceedings in House-In South Carolina-Enforcing Bill-Pro-
ceedings in Senate-Mr. Wilkins' Speech-Amendments—Mr. Clay pro-
poses Compromise-Discussion on do-Discussion on Enforcing Bill-Mr.
Calhoun's Speech-Mr. Webster's Reply-Mr. Forsyth's Amendments
Mr. Bibb's do--Bill passes Senate.
TARIFF CONTINUED—Proceedings in Senate-Proceedings in House on Enforc.
ing Bill—Passage of do— Passage of Tariff in Senate-Convention ro-
assembled in South Carolina--Ordinance repealed-Ordinance passed, de-
claring Enforcing Bill void.
Meeting of Congress-President's Message-Public Lands-Mr. Clay pro.
poses Land Bill-Proceedings in Senate-Proceedings in HouseBill pass-
es—Retained by the President-United States Bank-Public Deposits-
Three per cents-Bill on Franco-Proceodings in Congress.