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full possession, however, before 1821. Jackson was ap. Childhood days are very precious and in the school- pointed its first governor. room the children have no choice. They must take what 8. Mention Monroe's cabinet officers. we feel like giving them, therefore let us give them pure, Ans. John Quincy Adams as Secretary of State; Willife-giving American Literature, which will create a taste liam H. Crawford as Secretary of the Treasury; John C. for that which is pure and beautiful.
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