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The Jeffersonian cyclopedia;

a comprehensive collection of the views of Thomas Jefferson classified and arranged in alphabetical order under nine thousand titles relating to government, politics, law, education, political economy, finance, science, art, literature, religious freedom, morals, etc.;
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1552. CONGRESS, Mutiny against.—
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1552. CONGRESS, Mutiny against.—

The conduct of [the Federation] Congress
was marked with indignation and firmness.
They received no propositions from the mutineers.
They came to the resolutions which
may be seen in the journals of June the 21st,
1783, then adjourned regularly, and went
through the body of the mutineers to their
respective lodgings. The measures taken by
Dickinson, the President of Pennsylvania, for
pubishing this insult, not being satisfactory to
Congress, they assembled, nine days after, at
Princeton, in Jersey. The people of Pennsylvania
sent petitions declaring their indignation
at what passed, their devotion to
the federal head, and their dispositions
to protect it, and praying them to return;
the Legislature, as soon as assembled, did
the same thing; the Executive, whose
irresolution had been so exceptionable;
made apologies. But Congress was now
removed; and, to the opinion that this
example was proper, other causes were now
added, sufficient to prevent their return to
To M. de Meunier. Washington ed. ix, 258. Ford ed., iv, 163.
(Pa., 1786)