The Republicans and Federalists in Pennsylvania, 1790-1801: A Study in National Stimulus and Local Response

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INDEX
Acheson, David, 200, 206.
Adams, John, 272; appoints commission to France, 1797, 181; commended by Pennsylvania Assembly, 207; and election of 1800, 261-255, passim; electoral votes, 1796, 172, 173-174; on Genêt, 77; on his administration, 315; issues proclamation against tax rioters, 1799, 216; McKean on appointments of, 268; William Maclay's opinion of, 28; pardons Fries, 219; Presidential candidate, 1796, 162, 165.
Addison, Alexander: on David Bradford, 108; in Constitutional Convention of 1790, 13; and Senatorial election, 1793, 148, 150; supports Woods for Congress, 1798, 185-186.
"Address to the Republicans of Northumberland County," 192-193.
Ainsworth, Samuel, 206.
Alien and Sedition Acts, 215; Assembly approves, 208; influence party growth, 212- 213; vote of the Pennsylvania Representatives on, 182-183.
Aliens, definition of, 1797, 204.
Allegheny County, 299; in election of 1790, 40; Federalists in, 1792, 54; Whiskey riots in, 289.
Allegiance, oath of, required of Assemblymen, 3, 6.
American Daily Advertiser, 191.
American Revolution, Pennsylvania groups supporting, 2.
Ames, Fisher: on French influence, 306; on Presidential election, 1796, 306; on Quakers, 173.
Anatomical Hall, Philadelphia, Republican meeting at, 61.
Anti-Constitutionalists, 4; and Constitutional Convention of 1790, 7-17; and Council of Censors, 1784, 5-6.
Anti-Federalists: Congressional ticket, 1788, 23, 24; Thomas Cooper explains, 236; definition of, 31; as party label, 1796, 162; and United States Constitution, 22-23. See also Republicans.
Anti-Treaty Party: ticket, in election, 1795, 142-144; in Philadelphia County, 300, 312; supports Virginia Resolutions, 200.
Aristocracy, Republican fears of, 165-166, 172.
Armstrong, James, 107; and election of 1792, 65, 66.
Armstrong, John, 25.
Arndt, John, 5, 264.
Ash, James, 257.
Assembly of Pennsylvania: address to George Washington, 203-204; apportionment of representation, 2, 5-6; approves Alien and Sedition Acts, 208; authorizes militia call, 103; authorizes Presque Isle suspension, 131; branches of, 13; concurrent vs joint election, 1791-1792, 146-149; in 1800, 247-252; denounces tax rioters, 1799, 216-217; election of members to, 1795, 142-143; 1797, 175-180; 1798, 180; 1800, 245-247; 1801, 256-261; elects United States Senators, 1791. 1795, 145-153; expels western members, 1795, 109-111; growth of political parties in, 1795-1798, 199-213; McKean's address to, 1800, 249; membership, 272; Mifflin addresses, 1796, 202; Mifflin reports on excise disturbances, 93-94; opposes Kentucky Resolutions, 208-209; opposes Virginia Resolutions, 199-200, 209; and Presidential election, 1800, 243-253; reception of United States Constitution in, 22; repeals excise law, 91; reply to Governor's address, 1796, 1797, 202-203, 205-206; Republicans in, 1799, 240; Senators elected to, 1800, 321; special session of, 1794, 124, 130, 131; 1800, 247-252; votes complimentary address to Adams, 207.
Assumption, Pennsylvania Congressmen and, 27-28.

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