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Know-Nothing movement, 172 Armstrong, General, on Florida, 221
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L and State University, 274
Cabot, George, Letters of, 155
Calhoun, John C., far apart from
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Canning, and the Monroe Doctrine,
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Carmichael, William, 112
Carr, Dabney, brother-in-law of
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Censors of government, On, 171
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Channing, a bracer of the republic, 1