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Reflections on the cession of Louisiana to the United States

Reflections on the cession of Louisiana to the United States

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Published by Printed by Samuel Harrison Smith in Washington City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Louisiana Purchase

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sylvestris [pseud.]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 5183
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination27 p.
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15054565M
    LC Control Number87753604

    Lyon, Louisiana, p. ; Henry Adams, History of the United States During the First Administration of Thomas Jefferson (New York, ), vol. I, p. , says as much, but in his peculiarly negative way: Pichon was “a relic of the French republic” and his officiousness earned a rebuke from the First Consul, ending his diplomatic career; see Irving Brant, James Madison, Secretary of State. which is a discourse on the constitution of the United States, with reflections on its principles, operation, and results. Sec ondly, a brief sketch of the history of Louisiana, both under the French and Spanish domination, from the time of its dis covery till the treaty of cession to the United States. Third.

    Key Concept The United States became more connected with the world, pursued an expansionist foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere, and emerged as the destination for many migrants from other countries. Key Concept Intensified by expansion and deepening regional divisions, debates over slavery and other economic. French law would cease to apply in Louisiana after its cession to Spain in The complex and intricate Spanish laws, largely derived from the Roman law of Justinian and that of the Visigoths, remained in force after the retrocession of the Louisiana territories to France in and the subsequent Louisiana Purchase by the United States in.

    Reflections on the cession of Louisiana to the United States by Sylvestris. Washington, D.C.: Samuel Harrison Smith. Reflections on the Policy and Necessity of Encouraging the Commerce of the Citizens of the United States of America. Richmond, Va.,   Product Description In the early s, the men who invented America were living quiet, provincial lives in the rustic backwaters of the New World, devoted primarily to family, craft, and the private pursuit of wealth and happiness. None set out to become "revolutionary" by ambition, but when events in Boston escalated, they found themselves thrust into a crisis that moved, in a matter of.


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