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At Henry’s invitation, Randolph defended the direct taxing powers and the system of...
The Heat of the weather &c. has laid me up with a bilious attack; I am not able therefore to say...
The Heat of the weather &c. has laid me up with a bilious attack: I am not able therefore to say...
I have been for two days & still am laid up with a bilious attack. Writing is scarcely...
Letter not found. Ca. 9 June 1788 . Mentioned in Carrington to JM, 17 June 1788 . Alluded to in...
On my arrival which was the second day of the Convention, I found yours of the ult: the papers...
direct taxation necessary—practicable—safe—œconomical. I. necessary. 1. for...
Technically, Sections 1 and 2 of Article I of the Constitution were still under discussion. “We...
The first and second sections of Article I were still nominally the order of the day. JM replied...
JM replied to another of Henry’s sweeping attacks on the Constitution. Mr. Madison . Mr....
[ Richmond, June 13, 1788. On June 25, 1788, Hamilton wrote to Madison: “I am very sorry to find...
Your favour of came to hand by the mail of Wednesday. I did not write by several late returns for...
I am tolerably well over the bilious indisposition which confined me at the date of my last. The...
Your favour of came to hand by the mail of Wednesday. I did not write by several late returns for...
Henry asked for information from those delegates who had served in Congress when a treaty with...
Letter not found. 13 June 1788 . Acknowledged in Carrington to JM, 25 June 1788 . Apparently...
Letter not found. 13 June 1788 . Mentioned in Hamilton to JM, 25 June 1788 . Describes the...
After Sections 4 and 5 of Article I were read, Monroe asked why the regulation of elections for...
Henry complained that Article I, Section 6, was dangerous in allowing members of Congress to fix...
Mr. Madison . Mr. Chairman—The honorable gentleman has laid much stress on the maxim, that the...
Yours of the 8th. is just come to hand. I mentioned in my last that Oswald had been here in...
Yours of the 8th is just come to hand. I mentioned in my last that Oswald had been here in...
Henry continued his harangue against the powers granted Congress under Article I, Section 8,...
The power of Congress to exercise exclusive legislation over the federal district was dangerous,...
The importation of slaves until 1808, guaranteed by Article I, Section 9, was attacked by Mason...
No question direct or indirect has yet been taken, by which the state of parties could be...
No question has been yet taken by which the strength of parties can be ascertained. Each hopes...
No question has yet been taken by which real strength of parties in our Convention can be...
No question direct or indirect has yet been taken, by which the state of parties could be...
The Antifederalists maintained that the electoral college created by Article II, Section 1, would...