Diary in America, Series Two
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Diary in America, Series Two

By Frederick Marryat
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Table of Contents
  • Captain Marryat
  • "Diary in America, Series Two"
    • Volume One—Chapter One.
      • Travelling.
    • Travelling.
    • Volume One—Chapter Two.
      • Travelling.
    • Travelling.
    • Volume One—Chapter Three.
      • Travelling.
      • Government Steam Vessels Building.
      • Loss of the Ben Sherrod, by a Passenger.
      • Loss of the Home.
      • Loss of the Moselle.
    • Travelling.
    • Government Steam Vessels Building.
    • Loss of the Ben Sherrod, by a Passenger.
    • Loss of the Home.
    • Loss of the Moselle.
    • Volume One—Chapter Four.
      • Travelling.
      • Origin of Mint-Julep.
    • Travelling.
    • Origin of Mint-Julep.
    • Volume One—Chapter Five.
      • Emigration and Migration.
    • Emigration and Migration.
    • Volume One—Chapter Six.
      • Newspaper Press.
    • Newspaper Press.
    • Volume One—Chapter Seven.
      • Authors, etc.
      • Positive Expenses to Publisher.
    • Authors, etc.
    • Positive Expenses to Publisher.
    • Volume One—Chapter Eight.
      • The Mississippi.
      • “A most Disgraceful Affair.
    • The Mississippi.
    • “A most Disgraceful Affair.
    • Volume Two—Chapter One.
      • Society—Women.
    • Society—Women.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Two.
      • Public Opinion, or the Majority.
      • America in 1782.
      • America in 1835.
    • Public Opinion, or the Majority.
    • America in 1782.
    • America in 1835.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Three.
      • Patriotism.
    • Patriotism.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Four.
      • England and the United States.
      • “Americans Attend!
    • England and the United States.
    • “Americans Attend!
    • Volume Two—Chapter Five.
      • Society.—General Character, etcetera.
    • Society.—General Character, etcetera.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Six.
      • Aristocracy.
    • Aristocracy.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Seven.
      • Government.
    • Government.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Eight.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Nine.
      • “The Standing Army.”
    • “The Standing Army.”
    • Volume Two—Chapter Ten.
    • Volume Two—Chapter Eleven.
      • Appendix. Constitution of the United States.
      • Article 1.—Section 1.
      • Section 2.
      • Section 3.
      • Section 4.
      • Section 5.
      • Section 6.
      • Section 7.
      • Section 8.
      • Section 9.
      • Section 10.
      • Article 2.—Section 1.
      • Section 2.
      • Section 3.
      • Section 4.
      • Article 3.—Section 1.
      • Section 2.
      • Section 3.
      • Article 4.—Section 1.
      • Section 2.
      • Section 3.
      • Section 4.
      • Article 5.
      • Article 6.
      • Article 7.
      • Amendments to the Constitution.
      • End of Vol. II.
    • Appendix. Constitution of the United States.
    • Article 1.—Section 1.
    • Section 2.
    • Section 3.
    • Section 4.
    • Section 5.
    • Section 6.
    • Section 7.
    • Section 8.
    • Section 9.
    • Section 10.
    • Article 2.—Section 1.
    • Section 2.
    • Section 3.
    • Section 4.
    • Article 3.—Section 1.
    • Section 2.
    • Section 3.
    • Article 4.—Section 1.
    • Section 2.
    • Section 3.
    • Section 4.
    • Article 5.
    • Article 6.
    • Article 7.
    • Amendments to the Constitution.
    • End of Vol. II.
    • Volume Three—Chapter One.
      • Canada.
    • Canada.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Two.
      • The Canadas, continued.
    • The Canadas, continued.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Three.
      • The Canadas, continued.
      • Estimate 1.
      • Estimate 2.
    • The Canadas, continued.
    • Estimate 1.
    • Estimate 2.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Four.
      • The Canadas, continued.
    • The Canadas, continued.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Five.
      • The Canadas, continued.
    • The Canadas, continued.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Six.
      • The Canadas, continued.
    • The Canadas, continued.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Seven.
      • Indians.
    • Indians.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Eight.
      • Indians.
      • 1.—Name and number of the tribes now east of the Mississippi.
      • 2.—Not under treaty stipulations to remove.
      • 2.—Number of Indians who have emigrated from the east to the west of the Mississippi.
      • 3.—Number of the Indigenous Tribes within striking distance of the Western frontier.
      • Recapitulation.
      • Estimated number of warriors.
      • Advanced Ports.
      • Appalling destruction of North-west Indians by Small-pox.
    • Indians.
    • 1.—Name and number of the tribes now east of the Mississippi.
    • 2.—Not under treaty stipulations to remove.
    • 2.—Number of Indians who have emigrated from the east to the west of the Mississippi.
    • 3.—Number of the Indigenous Tribes within striking distance of the Western frontier.
    • Recapitulation.
    • Estimated number of warriors.
    • Advanced Ports.
    • Appalling destruction of North-west Indians by Small-pox.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Nine.
      • Causes of the Florida War.
      • “To the Chiefs and Warriors of the Seminole Indians in Florida.
    • Causes of the Florida War.
    • “To the Chiefs and Warriors of the Seminole Indians in Florida.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Ten.
      • Florida War.
    • Florida War.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Eleven.
      • Reply to the Edinburgh Review.
    • Reply to the Edinburgh Review.
    • Volume Three—Chapter Twelve.
      • Discourse on the Evidences of the American Indians being the Descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel.
      • The End.
    • Discourse on the Evidences of the American Indians being the Descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel.
    • The End.
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