The Diplomatic Relations of the United States with the Barbary Powers, 1776-1816

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INDEX
Adams, Jaspar, 212-213
Adams, John, 30-31
Adams, John Quincy, 73-75
Adams, Williams, 167
Agriculture, 80-81; scientific, 112- 113; in South, 231-232
Allen, William, 46-47
American Revolution, 27, 29-30, 38- 39, 252
Anarchism, philosophical, 147-149, 163
Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 148
Anti-slavery, 244 ff.
Atwater, Lyman H., 171
Bacon, Francis, 12, 106-107, 126
Baird, Robert, 89, 121
Baker, Edward D., 46
Ball, Charles,243
Ballou, Adin, 168
Bancroft, George, 38-39, 191, 260,
Barlow, Joel, 28-29
Barnard, Daniel Dewey, 80, 219-221
Beard, Charles A., 7, 13, 131
Beecher, Henry Ward, 102, 169-170
Beecher, Lyman, 100
Bell, John, 60
Bentham, Jeremy, 17, 19, 126, 193, 261
Bigelow, Jacob, 113-114, 125
Birney, James G., 151
Bowen, Francis, 59, 86-87
Bremer, Fredrika, 88
Brisbane, Albert, 139-141, 145
Brook Farm, 144-145, 184
Brougham, Henry, 19, 106, 197
Brownlee, William C., 99
Brownlee, William C., 94
Brownson, Orestes A., 52, 77-78, 136-138, 172-174, 217-218
Bryant, William Cullen, 53
Burke, Edmund (Eng. orator), 29
Burke, Edmund (Com. of Patents), 126
Burnap, George W., 79-80, 152
Burritt, Elihu, 69-70
Bury, J. B., 7, 11-13
Bush, George, 167
Bushnell, Horace, 79, 100-101
Calhoun, John C., 47-48, 227, 232-235
Calvinism, 33, 150, 152
Camp, George Sidney, 54
Carey, Henry C., 82-84, 86
Carey, Matthew, 82
Carlyle, Thomas, 157
Cass, Lewis, 42-43, 51, 57, 59-60, 63
Catholicism, 33-34, 150, 153; nativist prejudice against, 93-96; defended by O. A. Brownson, 172-174
Chandler, Joseph R., 56
Channing, Henry, 151
Channing, William Ellery, 48, 78-79, 145, 146, 201; and Unitarianism, 150-153, 169
Channing, William Francis, 118
Channing, William Henry, 145-146
Chastellux, Chevalier de, 26
Chipman, Nathaniel, 253-255, 266
Christianity, 33-34, 72; Christian Republicanism, 73, 103-104; and nativism, 93 ff., missionary movement, 96 ff; conflict with science, 121 ft.; O. A. Brownson on, 137- 138; and Utopian socialism, 145- 146; Unitarianism, 150-155; and conservatism, 166, 170-174, 193- 194, 264; progressive, 167-169; and self-culture, 200-201
Civil War, 225, 240, 267
Claiborne, J. F. H., 64
Clarke, James Freeman, 79, 152
Claxton, Timothy, 199
Clay, Cassius M., 246
Clay, Henry, 48, 57
Clergy, concept of progress, 51, 55- 56, 78-80, 120 ff.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 158
Combe, George, 24, 88, 260
Commerce, as agency of progress, 79- 80, 176; and internal improvements, 73 ft.; in South, 225 ft.
Compromise of 1850, 219, 235-236,
Comte, Auguste, 12, 148-149
Condorcet, 14-16, 19, 26, 30, 239, 254, 258
Cone, Spencer W., 179
Considérant, Victor, 143
Constitution, ideas about, 75, 233, 240, 248-249, 254
Cooper, James Fenimore, 179-183, 193, 244
Cooper, Thomas, 122, 190

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