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I believe I am in your debt a letter or two, which is owing to my occupations in relation to the...
Some days since I wrote to you, My Dear Sir, inclosing a letter from a Mr. V Der Kemp &c. I then...
I acknowlege my delinquency in not thanking you before for your obliging letter from Richmond....
[ New York, May 21, 1788. On this date Hamilton submitted a bill to New York State. Document not...
That the persons intitled to lands by virtue of such warrants shall be at liberty to locate them...
To the People of the State of New-York. WE proceed now to an examination of the judiciary...
To the People of the State of New-York. NEXT to permanency in office, nothing can contribute more...
To the People of the State of New-York. TO judge with accuracy of the proper extent of the...
To the People of the State of New-York. LET us now return to the partition of the judiciary...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE erection of a new government, whatever care or wisdom...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE objection to the plan of the convention, which has...
To the People of the State of New-York. IN the course of the foregoing review of the constitution...
To the People of the State of New-York. ACCORDING to the formal division of the subject of these...
You will no doubt have understood that the Antifederal party has prevailed in this State by a...
In my last I think I informed you that the elections had turned out, beyond expectation,...
Yesterday, My Dear Sir, The Convention made a house. That day and this have been spent in...
I Various Interests Navigating and Non Navigating— Great and Small— Struggle for Commercial point...
The hon. Mr. Hamilton then rose. Mr. Chairman the honorable Member, who spoke yesterday, went...
The Gentleman who spoke yesterday has been treated as having dealt in the flowry Fields of...
The Govt. is to be rejected if bad. Not call reasoning, declamation. Radical defect of the...
I thank you My beloved for your letter by the Post. I have time only to tell you that I am well...
I thank you for your letter of the 9th. instant and am glad to learn that you think the chance is...
Mr. Hamilton then reassumed his argument. When, said he, I had the honor to address the committee...
I endeavoured to Shew that the Contending Interests of the States produced that Compromise— That...
Mr. Hamilton. Agrees with me in the first principle of a broad basis. It resulted from...
Mr. Hamilton   I do contend that this Constitution is a federal Republic. John McKesson MS Notes,...
The Hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman I rise to take notice of the observations of the hon. member...
Under the present Confederation 26 Men may do every thing that the proposed Governmt. may do—and...
Mr. Hamilton . I only rise to observe that the gentleman has misunderstood me. What I meant to...
The honorable Mr. Hamilton . It is not my design, Mr. Chairman, to extend this debate by any new...
It is true the great object of the Smaller States was an equal Suffrage in Senate—but some of...
Mr. Hamilton . I recollect well the alteration which the gentleman alludes to; but, it by no...
Lansing … mode of appointment duration in office means of controul— Chancellor— Senators equally...
Honorable Mr. Hamilton . I am persuaded, Mr. Chairman, that I in my turn, shall be indulged, in...
We all Aim at the best Govt. We should mix the Happy Ingredients, and not go into Extremes or we...
The mind at ye Revolution run into extremes—the extreme was, we consulted nothing but to tie the...
I am very sorry to find by your letter of the 13th that your prospects are so critical. Our...
The Hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman, in debates of this kind it is extremely easy, on either...
The Principles laid down on both Sides may be true to a certain Extent— Each appears plausible...
Mr. Hamilton—The Genl. Intent of the Clause is Suppose what is expressed in the Resolution...
Mr Hamilton—This matter was fully debated in the Convention and left ⟨–⟩. It will not be...
A day or two ago General Schuyler at my request sent forward to you an express with an account of...
Mel Smith Powers ought to be precisely defined— Peculiarly so in a government of the particular...
The hon. Mr. Hamilton . This is one of those subjects, Mr. Chairman, on which objections very...
It is more natural to the Mind of man to examine the Powers by which money is to be taken from...
It is natural to suspect such a power—of money—more than necessity of govt. Men predjudiced. Have...
The hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman, in the course of these debates, it has been suggested, that...
Mr. Hamilton—Requests several Resolutions & reports from the Journal of the Senate be read— 7...
Mr. Hamilton . We shall make the same reservation. By the indisputable construction of these...
Mr. Hamilton . The honorable gentleman from Ulster has given a turn to the introduction of those...