Power for Sanity: Selected Editorials of William Cullen Bryant, 1829-1861

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Abolitionists, 22, 47-50, 78-80, 127-28
Adams, Charles Francis, xviii
Adams, John, 281-82
Adams, John Quincy, 1, 23, 110, 147, 183
Aethelbert, King of Kent, 291-92
African Americans, 4-5, 62-64; see also slavery
Albany Argus, 50-52
Albany Evening Journal, 214
Allen, Charles, 273-74
Alley, Saul, 249-50
Alton Observer, 78-80
Alton Telegraph, 79
American Anti-Slavery Standard, xvii- xviii
Amistad (ship), 109-111
Andrews, Garnett, 286
Anne, Queen, 169-70
Appleton, Nathan, 194-99, 202-213, 216-20
Appleton, Thomas, 26-27
architecture, 114
Ariosto, Ludovico, 80
Ashburton, Alexander Baring, Baron, 175
Asia, 329-331
Astor, John Jacob, 45-46
Atchison, David R., 283-84
Aubrey, John, 14-16
Austin, Elbridge G., 80
Bacon, Leonard, 133-34
Badger, George E., 275-76
Bailey, Gamaliel, 361
Bancroft, George, xxi, 102, 174
Bank of the United States, xxi, 6, 8-10, 18-19, 21, 108, 111-12, 161-62, 167-69, 191-92
banking, 103-105, 107-109, 121-22, 126, 128-31, 143, 164-65; see also Bank of the United States
Banks, Nathaniel P., 295-96
Barnes, John, 4-6
"Battlefield, The" ( Bryant), xxii
Beecher, Henry Ward, 304-305
Bell, John, 380-81
Bellamy, Edward, xviii
Belser, James E., 286
Benton, Thomas Hart, xviii, 157
Bethune, George Washington, 355-56
Bible-reading in public schools, 326- 28
Biddle, James, 277, 279
Biddle, Nicholas, xxi, 8, 18, 108, 165, 167, 191-92
Bigelow, John, xvii, xix
Birney, James G., 243
Black, Samuel W., 378-79
Blackstone, 34
Blair, Francis Preston, xviii, 8
blue laws, 228-29
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 80
Boston Courier, 209
Boston Morning Post, 198, 203
Boston Quarterly Review, 155-56
Boston Sentinel, 80-82
Botts, John Minor, 294, 296
Brandon ( Miss.) Platform, 286
Breckinridge, John Cabell, 380-81
Briggs, Charles A., xviii
Bright, John, 186
Brooks, Preston S., 289-90, 293-94
Brown, Aaron Venable, 335-36
Brown, Albert Gallatin, 318
Brown, John, xxiii, 350-56
Brownson, Orestes, 229-30
Bryant, John, 67
Buchanan, James, 153, 190, 294-300, 302-308, 316-17, 319-20, 323-26, 334, 364, 374, 380, 385
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, 377
Bürger, Gottfried August, 99-101
Burke, Edmund ( New Hampshire Representative), 270
Burke, William, 47
Burlingame, Anson, 293-94
Burr, Aaron, 25, 53-54
Butler, Andrew P., 289
Butler, Samuel, 27
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 14, 19

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