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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.

GENERAL LANGUOR: DEPRESSED
FINANCES

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Party dissensions in Congress..

144-145
Lanquor and indifference. ..

145-146
Washington's efforts to remedy conditions 146–147
Inactivity of the army..

147
Lust for riches...

148-149
Depreciation of the currency.

149
Revolt of the Jersey Brigade..

150–152
Issues of paper money.....

152–153
Quarrel between Lee, Franklin, and Deane 153–155
Paine's connection with the dispute..

154
The Beaumarchais accounts....

154
Lee and Izard recalled; Deane discharged... 155
Further issues of money..

... 155-156
Rise of prices causes riot at Philadelphia... 156
Convention at Hartford..

156-157
States slow in remitting quotas....

157
Washington levies upon country for provisions 157
The new currency...

158

Investigation of conditions in army.

158

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227-228

ACTIVE WARFARE ENDS.

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346-348

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.

CHAPTER IV.

1784-1789.

LAND CESSIONS: WESTERN SETTLEMENTS:

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navigation, taxation, and slavery..... 486-491

Provisions for amendment and ratification 491-493

The Constitution signed; submitted to Con-

gress

493-494

Omissions from the Constitution..... 494-497

Appendix to Chapter VI.

i. Members of the Federal Conven-

tion

497-498

ii. The Constitution and Its Amend-

ments

498-505

SERIES FIVE

LECTURES SIXTEEN (Part 2) AND SEVENTEEN

The Revolutionary Era, 1764-1783

(Continued)

16. The Northern Campaigns; Foreign Relations and Finances (Part 2) 17. The Southern Campaign and the Establishment of Independence

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