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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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5327. MONARCHY, Advocates for.—[further continued] .

There are high names [329] here in favor of [monarchy], but the publications
in Bache's paper have drawn forth pretty
generally expressions of the public sentiment on
the subject, and I thank God to find they are,
to a man, firm as a rock in their republicanism.
I much fear that the honestest man of the party
will fall a victim to his imprudence on this
occasion, while another of them, from the mere
caution of holding his tongue, and buttoning
himself up, will gain what the other loses.—
To William Short. Ford ed., v, 361.
(Pa., 17911791)gt;


At this point a series of cipher figures is written
on the margin, which, when translated, reads:
“Adams, Jay, Hamilton, Knox. Many of the Cincinnati.
The second says nothing. The third is open.
Both are dangerous. They pant after union with England
as the power which is to support their projects,
and are most determined Anti-gallicans. It is prognosticated
that our republic is to end with the president's
life. But I believe they will find themselves
all head and no body.”—Note in Ford edition.