The Writings of Albert Gallatin, vol. 3
Vol. 3 contains longer works such as speeches and reports on elections, the finances of the US, public lands, currency and banking, Oregon, the war with Mexico.
The Writings of Albert Gallatin, ed. Henry Adams (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1879). 3 vols.
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Table of Contents
- TABLE OF CONTENTS.
- THE SPEECH OF ALBERT GALLATIN, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF FAYETTE, IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA, [JANUARY 3, 1795,] ON THE IMPORTANT QUESTION TOUCHING THE VALIDITY OF THE ELECTIONS HELD IN THE FOUR WESTERN COUNTIES OF THE STATE, ON THE 14TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1794. WITH NOTES AND AN APPENDIX CONTAINING SUNDRY DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO THE WESTERN INSURRECTION.
- NUMBER I.: Extract of a Letter of Thomas McKean, Chief Justice of Pennsylvania, and General William Irvine, appointed Commissioners by the Governor of Pennsylvania to confer with the Inhabitants of the Western Counties, dated Pittsburg, 22d August, 1794.
- NUMBER II.
- Resolutions proposed by Mr. — at the Parkinson’s Ferry Meeting of the 14th of August.
- Resolutions adopted by the Parkinson’s Ferry Meeting of the 14th of August.
- NUMBER III.
- NUMBER IV.: Extract of the declaration unanimously adopted by a meeting of committees from the several townships of the county of Fayette, held at Uniontown, the 10th of September, 1794.
- NUMBER V.
- NUMBER VI.
- NUMBER VII.: Resolutions of the delegates of townships of the 14th of August, assembled at Parkinson’s Ferry on the 2d of October, agreeable to the notice in the Pittsburg Gazette.
- NUMBER VIII.
- NUMBER IX.: Extracts of the minutes of the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania.
- NUMBER X.: Extract of the minutes of the Senate of Pennsylvania.
- NUMBER XI.: Reasons of the vote of the subscribers on the question of the validity of the elections held in the counties of Westmoreland, Washington, Fayette, and Allegheny.
- A SKETCH OF THE FINANCES OF THE UNITED STATES.
- SECTION I.: OF THE REVENUES OF THE UNITED STATES.
- OF DUTIES ON TONNAGE AND IMPORTS.
- OF INTERNAL DUTIES.
- OF DUTIES ON POSTAGE.
- OF THE DIVIDENDS ON BANK STOCK.
- RECAPITULATION OF THE REVENUES OF THE UNITED STATES.
- SECTION II.: OF THE EXPENSES OF THE UNITED STATES.
- Of the Receipts and Expenditures to the 1st January, 1796.
- OF APPROPRIATIONS.
- Of the Present Expenses of the United States.
- SECTION III.: OF THE DEBTS OF THE UNITED STATES.
- Origin, Progress, and Present State of the Debt.
- Effects of the Public Debt, and Resources applicable to its Extinguishment.
- No. I.: Schedule of the Population of the United States in 1791.
- No. II.: Statement of the Revenue arising from Duties on Imports and Tonnage.
- No. III.: Abstract of the most Important Exports of the United States for Six Years, respectively ending on the 30th September of each Year.
- No. IV.: Revenue arising from Duties on Domestic Distilled Spirits and Stills so far as the Accounts have been settled at the Treasury.
- No. V.: Gross Amount of Duties upon Stills and Spirits Distilled within the United States for Four Years Respectively, ending on the Last Days of June, 1792, 1793, 1794, and 1795.
- No. VI.: Estimate of the net amount of Duties upon Stills and Spirits distilled within the United States for the year ending on the last day of June, 1795.
- No. VII.: Estimate of all the Internal Duties for one year, ending on the last day of June, 1795.
- No. VIII.: Estimate of the annual revenue to be hereafter derived from all the Internal Duties.
- No. IX.: Statement of the Revenue arising from the Postage of Letters.
- No. X.: Statement of the Receipts and Expenditure, or Disbursements, from the Establishment of the present Government, in March, 1789, to the 1st day of January, 1796, including all the Receipts and Payments, whether made in Europe or America.
- No. XI.: A View of the Sinking Fund to April, 1795.
- No. XII.: Receipts and Expenditures of the Domestic Fund.
- No. XIII.: Receipts and Expenditures of the Foreign Fund.
- No. XIV.: Estimate of the Receipts and Expenditures for 1796.
- No. XV.: Statement relative to the assumption of the State Debts.
- No. XVI.: Statement of the Debt due to France and of its extinction.
- No. XVII.: Statement of the Dutch Debt after 1796, showing the yearly payments due thereon.
- (A.): A General View of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, from the Establishment of the Present Government, in 1789, to the 1st of January, 1796.
- (B.): A View of the Public Debt on the first days of January, 1790 and 1796, respectively.
- STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 1790.
- INTRODUCTION TO THE COLLECTION OF LAWS, TREATIES, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS HAVING OPERATION AND RESPECT TO THE PUBLIC LANDS.
- CONSIDERATIONS ON THE CURRENCY AND BANKING SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES.
- CONSIDERATIONS, c.
- NOTES AND STATEMENTS.
- NOTE A.: RELATIVE VALUE OF GOLD AND SILVER.
- NOTE B.: ON SCOTCH BANKS. Chiefly extracted from the Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons on Promissory Notes of Scotland and Ireland, May 26, 1826.
- NOTE C.: RESTRICTIONS ON PRIVATE BANKING.
- STATEMENT I.: A List of the State Banks in operation on the 1st of January, 1830.
- STATEMENT II.: Situation of State Banks of which returns have been obtained.
- STATEMENT III.: Number and Capital of the State Banks of the situation of which returns have not been obtained.
- STATEMENT IV.: A List of the Banks which have failed or discontinued their business from 1st January, 1811, to 1st July, 1830.
- STATEMENT V.: Depreciation, per cent., of Bank-Notes during the Suspension of Specie Payments.
- STATEMENT VI.: Average Amount, for the Years 1819-1829, of the Principal Items of the Situation of the Bank of the United States.
- STATEMENT VII.: Actual Circulation of the Bank of the United States in September, 1880, showing where the Notes were Payable.
- SUGGESTIONS ON THE BANKS AND CURRENCY OF THE SEVERAL UNITED STATES, IN REFERENCE PRINCIPALLY TO THE Suspension of Specie Payments.
- TABLE OF CONTENTS.
- PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS.
- CAUSES AND INCIDENTS OF THE BANK SUSPENSIONS.
- REMEDIES. STATE LEGISLATION.
- FREE BANKING.
- ACTION OF CONGRESS.
- DOCUMENTS RESPECTING THE RESUMPTION OF SPECIE PAYMENTS IN THE YEAR 1838.
- To the Principal Banks in the United States.
- Extract from the Minutes of the Board of Delegates of the Banks of the City and Incorporated Districts of the County of Philadelphia.
- To the Principal Banks of the United States.
- Extract from the Minutes of the Proceedings of the Bank Convention held at New York on the 27th November to the 2d December, 1837.
- Thursday, November 30, 1837.
- Saturday, December 2, 1837.
- Extracts from the Minutes of the Proceedings of the Adjourned Meeting of the Bank Convention held at New York on the 11th to the 16th April, 1838.
- Friday, April 13, 1838.
- Monday, April 16, 1838.
- Resources and Liabilities of the Banks in the different divisions of the Union.
- Approximate Statement of the Population, nominal Banking Capital, and Debts of the several States at the end of the year 1840.
- THE OREGON QUESTION.
- NUMBER I.
- NUMBER II.
- NUMBER III.
- NUMBER IV.
- NUMBER V.
- WAR EXPENSES.
- PEACE WITH MEXICO.
- I.—: THE LAW OF NATIONS.
- II.—: INDEMNITIES TO CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES.
- III.—: ANNEXATION OF TEXAS.
- IV.—: NEGOTIATIONS AND WAR.
- V.—: THE CLAIM OF TEXAS TO THE RIO DEL NORTE AS ITS BOUNDARY EXAMINED.
- VI.—: RECAPITULATION.
- VII.—: THE MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES.
- VIII.—: TERMS OF PEACE.
- THE GALLATIN GENEALOGY. Extrait du Regître des affaires des particuliers de la République de Genève
- PREMIÈRE BRANCHE.
- SECONDE BRANCHE.
- TROISIÈME BRANCHE.
- QUATRIÈME BRANCHE.
- Extrait du Regître des affaires des particuliers de la République de Genève: Du 17 novembre, 1786.
- INDEX I. LIST OF THE WRITINGS OF ALBERT GALLATIN PUBLISHED DURING HIS LIFETIME. ONLY THOSE MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK ARE CONTAINED IN THE PRESENT COLLECTION OF HIS WORKS.
- INDEX II. LETTERS WRITTEN BY ALBERT GALLATIN.
- INDEX III. LETTERS TO GALLATIN.
- INDEX IV. MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS.