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NOTE. — Reference is made to Jefferson's doctrines, the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, etc.

2. What is nullification ? Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series, 207-23, 281–90. Morris's Half Hours, II.

317–20. Johnston's U. S. 487. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 130, 306-9. Johnston's Politics, 105, 108, 112-3. Coffin's Building the Nation, 247-50. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 169. Greeley's Amer. Conflict, I. 81-7, 93-100.

What are the arguments for the right to nullify? 3. Give the best argument you can against the state-rights

doctrine.

References under 2.

4. Give the history of South Carolina's attempt to nullify the

tariff. Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series, 281-90. Johnston's U. S. 480. Johnston's

Politics, 104. Bryant's Popular Hist, IV. 300; and references under 2.

5. What was the compromise tariff? Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 170. Greeley's Amer. Conflict, I. 101.

Johnston's U. S. 488–90. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 309. Johnston's Politics, 113-4.

g. States admitted in Jackson's administration.

Johnston's U. S. 461-2. Johnston's Politics, 289.

h. Indian affairs. Coffin's Building the Nation, 301-4. Johnston's U. S. 471. Bryant's Popular

Hist. IV. 246, 350, 352, 354. Morris's Half Hours, II. 328–36. i. Inventions : the screw propeller, etc.

Johnston's U. S. 449-55. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 313-5. j. Foreign affairs : Texas. Johnston's U, S. Hist. and Const. 182. Johnston's U. S. 521-4. Bryant's

Popular Hist. IV. 361–3. Coffin's Building the Nation, 291-300.

k. Financial.

The bank contest.
Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series, chap. XI.

1. Review the previous bank, and the bank charters.
2. The bank party.
3. The party against the bank.
Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series, 261-7.

4. The bill to recharter. Johnston's U. S. 477. Johnston's Politics, 109–10. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and

Const. 168. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 300-1.

5. The election of 1832, with reference to the bank. Stanwood's Pres. Elections, 102. Johnston's U. S. 483. Johnston's Politics,

III, 114. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 302. 6. The first sub-treasury bill. Johnston's U. S. 500. Johnston's Politics, 118, note.

7. The removal of the deposits. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 168. Johnston's U. S. 477. Andrew Jackson,

Statesmen Series, 296–7, 300-1, 303. Johnston's Politics, 115-7.

8. The censure of the President.

Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series, 310-11, 313. Johnston's Politics, 117.

9. The national debt.
Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 311. Johnston's U. S. 460.

The sale of public lands. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 172, 175-6. Andrew Jackson, Statesmen

Series, 184-5. Johnston's U. S. 459.

The surplus. Johnston's U. S. 460. Johnston's Politics, 120–1. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV.

312-13

10. The distribution of the surplus to the states. Johnston's U. S. 460. Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series, 325-9.

II. “ Wild cat banks " and speculation.
Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 176–7. Andrew Jackson, Statesmen Series,

chap. XIV. Johnston's U. S. 496.

12. The election of 1836 in relation to the bank. Johnston's U, S. 491-3. Johnston's Politics, 120–3. Stanwood's Pres. Elec

tions, 113.

13. The specie circular. Johnston's U. S. 497. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 177-8. Andrew

Jackson, Statesmen Series, 335-6. Johnston's Politics, 121. 14. The suspension. Johnston's U. S. 498. Johnston's Politics, 125-6.

15. The panic of 1837. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 178. Johnston's U. S. 498–9, 501. Johnston's

Politics, 126. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 312.

Causes.
Repudiation.

The treasury issue.
Johnston's U. S. 499.

16. The new charter as a state bank. 17. The election of 1840 in relation to the bank. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 179. Johnston's U. S. 511. Johnston's

Politics, 129–30. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 356–7.

18. The end of the bank.
Johnston's U. S. 514-5. Johnston's Politics, 133.

19. The sub-treasuries. Johnston's U. S. 500, 515. Johnston's Politics, 127, 129. Macy's Our Govt.

146.

1. The election of 1836.

Johnston's U. S. 492. Stanwood's Pres. Elections, 113.

Parties. Issues. Candidates. The result.

XIX. Van Buren's administration.
a. Financial affairs. (See Jackson's administration.)
b. Foreign relations.

The Canadian revolt.
Johnston's U. S. 508.
The Maine boundary.

Johnston's U. S. 509.
C. The slavery question.

1. The Abolitionists.
Johnston's U. S. 470, 504, 511, 532. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 180-1.

Greeley's Amer. Conflict, I. 115-7. Cent. Magazine, XXX. 587, 589, 592, 780. Coffin's Building the Nation, 282–90, 305-7. Bryant's Popular Hist.

IV. 316-8, 324-7. 2. Riots, — Lovejoy, etc. Cent. Magazine, XXXIII. 275+. Greeley's Amer. Conflict, I. 125-42. Bryant's

Popular Hist. IV. 328, 330–1, 336–7. Johnston's U. S. 505. Coffin's

Building the Nation, 308–13. 3. The struggle in the House for the right of petition. Johnston's U. S. 506. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 338-40. J. Q. Adams,

Statesmen Series, 443-4, 249–62, 268, 278, 306–7. Blaine's Twenty Years of

Cong. I. 23-5. 4. The relation of the churches to the slavery question.

Greeley's Amer. Conflict, I. 117-27. d. The election of 1840. Johnston's U. S. 510-11. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 356–7. Johnston's

Politics, 129–30. Stanwood's Pres. Elections, 123.
Parties.
Issues.
Candidates.
The result.

XX. Harrison and Tyler's administration,
a. Harrison's previous life.

Johnston's U. S. 350, 359, 361-2, 492, 513.
Public services and party.

b. The sub-treasury repeal. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 178-9. Johnston's U. S. 515. Macy's Our

Govt. 146.

Review the history of the sub-treasury bill. c. The tariff of 1842. Johnston's U. S. 517. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 180. Johnston's

Politics, 135.
Review : Tariffs since 1789.
d. Foreign relations.

1. The extradition treaty.
Johnston's U. S. 518. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 365.
2. The northern boundary.
Johnston's U. S. 519.

3. The Oregon country. Johnston's U. S. 520. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 287–8. Coffin's Building

the Nation, 363-86.

4. The Texas country. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 364, 367–8. Johnston's U. S. 521-4. Johnston's

Politics, 137-42. Greeley's Amer. Conflict, I. 147, 151; map, 160.

e.

Internal affairs.
1. The Dorr Rebellion.
Johnston's U. S. 530. Bryant's Popular Hist. IV. 366.

2. The anti-rent difficulties. Johnston's U. S. 531. Refer to the privileges of Patroons in the colony of New

Netherland. f. Education.

The Military Academy.
Johnston's U. S. 538. Any Ency.
Go back to its origin and give its history as related to the

War of 1812,

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