Me. A d a m s ’ s political system, deduces government from a natural fate; the policy of the United States deduces it from moral liberty. Every event proceeding from a motive, may, in a moral sense, be termed natural. And in this view, 'natural’ is a term, which will cover all human qualities. Lest, therefore, the terms 'natural and moral’ may not suggest a correct idea of the opposite principles, which have produced rival political systems, it is a primary object to ascertain the sense in which they are here used.