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SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW.
Allowan, notice of it, 514.
Mr. Clay its father, 175; the same as the British colonial system, 177; Mr. Clay's account of its operation on the North and West, 189; So. Carolina ever consistent in her opposition to it, 193; injurious effects of the restrictive system in Russia, 196 ; in France, 197; duty on wool, 201; protection in favor of sugar, 203; tariff of 1816, how passed, 209 ; independence of other nations a fútile idea, 219; Animal Magnetism, by T. Leger, no
ticed, 255; Argentine republic, King's Twenty
four years in, noticed, 255. Arnola, Dr. Thomas his introductory lecture on modern history reviewed, 128_148.
Calhoun, J. C., his report on the memorial of the Memphis Convention, reviewed, 377, the power of Congress to appropriate money, early discussed, 379, Mr. C's views on this question, 381; taxes a gain to the manufactures, 386; presidential veto cannot arrest the internal improvement policy, 390 ; Mr. C's measures to defeat it, 394; the power of regulating commerce examined, 395; Mr. C's argument against appropriations for harbors. 404; his views of river improve ments, 407; their views examined, 408; his argument for the Mississippi, 413; the effect of his construction, 414; his report on the Memphis memorial further re, viewed, 451; his declarations at that conventiou variously received in So. Carolina, ib; remarks of the correspondent of the Mercury, 442; examination of his argument in favor of the Mississippi, 445 ; his argument from the power of Congress to regulate commerce, 458; 10th sect of the constitution, 479; the States competent in themselves to improve the Mississippi, 489; loose constructions of