Pinckney, Charles, 1757-1824
VIAF ID: 23230409
- Three letters, written, and originally published, under the signature of a South Carolina planter : the first on the case of Jonathan Robbins ... : the second on the recent captures of American vessels by British cruisers ... : the third on the right of expatriation
- Three letters, addressed to the people of the United States, which have lately appeared under the signature of "A South-Carolina planter." The first, on the case of Jonathan Robbins. The second, on the recent captures of the British cruisers, and the right of a citizen to expatriate himself. The third, on the claims of the British creditors, and the proceedings of the British commissioner: under the sixth article of Mr. Jay's treaty.
- Speeches of Charles Pinckney, Esq. in Congress : on the subject of having impartial juries, by lot, in all the federal courts : on the independence of the judges in the same courts : on the exclusive right of the state legislatures, and under their direction, of the people, to the the election of the President and Vice-President of the United States : on the defined privileges of Congress, and the liberty of the press : and, on the intercourse bill with France.
- South Carolina. Governor (1806-1808 : Pinckney). Columbia. Message from His Excellency the governor, no. 1, delivered to the legislature of South-Carolina, 1808:
- Pinckney's speeches
- Observations on the plan of government submitted to the Federal convention in Philadelphia on the 28th of May 1787
- Mr. Charles Pinckney's speech, in answer to Mr. Jay, secretary for foreign affairs, on the question of a treaty with Spain : delivered in Congress, August 16, 1786.
- Charles Pinckney, 1986:
- Charles Pinckney letter
- Case of Jonathan Robbins
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