Letters to Ebenezer Foote, 1794-1820.


Andrews, Loring, 1768-1805,. Letters to Ebenezer Foote, 1794-1820.

Letters to Ebenezer Foote, 1794-1820.

Letters concern national politics and the villainy of the Jeffersonians. Particularly topics include Elbridge Gerry and the XYZ affair; Jefferson and the election of 1800; bitterness between the "Clintonians" and the "Lewisites"; contemporary poitical factions; George Clinton, the Embargo and Thomas Jefferson; James Madison and the Embarago; John Adams suspect as a true Federalist; controversies surrounding the election of 1808; the character of Jefferson; Citizen Genet's opinions; Bonaparte; athe National Bank; and slavery and the Missouri Compromise. Correspondents include Loving Andrews, John Avery, Samuel A. Barker, A. deZeng, C.E. Edmunds, Charles A. Foote, John P. Foote, Justin Foote, Barent Gardenier, Daniel Hale, Jacob Morris, John Radcliff, Stephen van Rensselaer, William Root, Henry van Schaack, William Thompson, and Abraham van Vechten.

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