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28851 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Virginia and … 1787-06-15 Col. Hamilton cannot say he is in sentiment with either plan— supposes both might again be...
28852 Introductory Note: Constitutional Convention Speech on … There are five versions of Hamilton’s speech of June 18 to the Constitutional Convention. In the...
28853 Hamilton, Alexander Alexander Hamilton’s Notes, [18 June 1787] 1787-06-18 Introduction I Importance of the occasion II Solid plan without regard to temporary opinion . III...
28854 Madison, James James Madison’s Version, [18 June 1787] 1787-06-18 Mr. Hamilton , had been hitherto silent on the business before the Convention, partly from...
28855 Yates, Robert Robert Yates’s Version, [18 June 1787] 1787-06-18 Mr. Hamilton. To deliver my sentiments on so important a subject, when the first characters in...
28856 Lansing, John John Lansing’s Version, [18 June 1787] 1787-06-18 Hamilton—The Situation of the State he represents and the Diffidence he has of his own Judgment...
28857 King, Rufus Rufus King’s Version, [18 June 1787] 1787-06-18 Federal is an association of distinct Govt: into one—these fed. Govt. in some instances legislate...
28858 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Plan of Government, [18 June … 1787-06-18 A I   The Supreme Legislative Power of the United States of America to be vested in two distinct...
28859 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Abolition of … 1787-06-19 Col. Hamilton coincided with the proposition as it stood in the Report. He had not been...
28860 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Necessity for … 1787-06-19 Col. Hamilton , assented to the doctrine of Mr. Wilson. He denied the doctrine that the States...
28861 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Organization … 1787-06-21 Col. Hamilton considered the motion as intended manifestly to transfer the election from the...
28862 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks in Support of a … 1787-06-21 Col. Hamilton urged the necessity of 3 years. There ought to be neither too much nor too little...
28863 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Wages to Be Paid … 1787-06-22 Mr. Hamilton apprehended inconveniency from fixing the wages. He was strenuous agst. making the...
28864 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks in Opposition to the … 1787-06-22 Mr. Hamilton renewed his opposition to it. He pressed the distinction between State Govts. & the...
28865 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Ineligibility … 1787-06-22 Mr. Hamilton. In all general questions which become the subjects of discussion, there are always...
28866 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Ineligibility … 1787-06-23 Mr. Hamilton. Evasions cd. not be prevented—as by proxies—by friends holding for a year, & them...
28867 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Term of … 1787-06-26 Mr. Hamilton. He did not mean to enter particularly into the subject. He concurred with Mr....
28868 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Equality of … 1787-06-29 Mr. Hamilton observed the individuals forming political Societies modify their rights...
28869 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, [3 July … 1787-07-03 In my passage through the Jerseys and since my arrival here I have taken particular pains to...
28870 Washington, George Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from George Washington, 10 July … 1787-07-10 I thank you for your communication of the 3d. When I refer you to the State of the Councils which...
28871 Hamilton, Alexander Mitchell, Nathaniel From Alexander Hamilton to Nathaniel Mitchell, [20 July … 1787-07-20 Agreeably to what passed between us I have had an interview with Mr. Auldjo, and I flatter...
28872 Hamilton, Alexander Pierce, William From Alexander Hamilton to William Pierce, [20–26 July … 1787-07-26 As the inclosed contains details relating to your private affairs it is judged most delicate to...
28873 Hamilton, Alexander Daily Advertiser From Alexander Hamilton to The Daily Advertiser, [21 … 1787-07-21 It is currently reported and believed, that his Excellency Governor CLINTON has, in public...
28874 Hamilton, Alexander Mullett, Thomas From Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Mullett, 23 July 1787 1787-07-23 [ New York ] July 23, 1787 . “The want of Some original papers which Mr. Brailsford was to have...
28875 Mullett, Thomas Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Thomas Mullett, 23 July 1787 1787-07-23 New York, July 23, 1787. Advises Hamilton to accept the settlement which has been arranged in a...
28876 Hamilton, Alexander Auldjo, John From Alexander Hamilton to John Auldjo, [26 July 1787] 1787-07-26 I have delivered the paper you committed to me as it stood altered to Major Peirce from whose...
28877 Hamilton, Alexander From Alexander Hamilton to ———, 6 August 1787 1787-08-06 New York, August 6, 1787. Introduces “a son of Mr. Israel, who is going to Philadelphia to...
28878 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Motion on Citizenship … 1787-08-13 Col. Hamilton was in general agst. embarrassing the Govt. with minute restrictions. There was on...
28879 Hamilton, Alexander King, Rufus From Alexander Hamilton to Rufus King, [20 August 1787] 1787-08-20 Since my arrival here, I have written to my colleagues, informing them, that if either of them...
28880 Hamilton, Alexander Wadsworth, Jeremiah From Alexander Hamilton to Jeremiah Wadsworth, [20 … 1787-08-20 The inclosed is said to be the Copy of a letter circulating in your state. The history of its...
28881 Wadsworth, Jeremiah Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Jeremiah Wadsworth, 26 … 1787-08-26 I recd your favor this day with the inclosed Copy of a letter said to be circulating in this...
28882 Hamilton, Alexander King, Rufus From Alexander Hamilton to Rufus King, [28 August 1787] 1787-08-28 I wrote to you some days since, that to request you to inform me when there was a prospect of...
28883 Steuben, Baron von Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Baron von Steuben … 1787-08-01 Mon Cher Ami. L’amour pour la justice, autant que L’Amitié dont Vous m’avez honoré depuis dix ans...
28884 Humphreys, David Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from David Humphreys, 1 September … 1787-09-01 Our friend Col Wadsworth has communicated to me a letter in which you made enquiries respecting a...
28885 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Election of … 1787-09-06 Mr. Hamilton said that he had been restrained from entering into the discussions by his dislike...
28886 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks in Favor of a Motion … 1787-09-08 Col: Hamilton expressed himself with great earnestness and anxiety in favor of the motion. He...
28887 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Amending the … 1787-09-10 Mr. Hamilton 2ded. the motion, but he said with a different view from Mr. Gerry. He did not...
28888 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Second to James Madison’s … 1787-09-10 Philadelphia, September 10, 1787. On this date, Hamilton seconded the following motion made by...
28889 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Manner of … 1787-09-10 Mr. Hamilton concurred with Mr. Gerry as to the indecorum of not requiring the approbation of...
28890 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Ratification … 1787-09-10 Mr. Hamilton . No Convention convinced of the necessity of the plan will refuse to give it effect...
28891 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Motion on the Ratification … 1787-09-10 Mr. Hamilton then moved to postpone art XXI in order to take up the following, containing the...
28892 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Withdrawal of a Motion, [10 … 1787-09-10 Col: Hamilton withdrew the remainder of the motion to postpone art XXII, observing that his...
28893 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Number of … 1787-09-12 Mr. Hamilton added his testimony to the fact that 2/3 in N. York had been ineffectual either...
28894 Hamilton, Alexander Daily Advertiser From Alexander Hamilton to The Daily Advertiser, [15 … 1787-09-15 Mr. Hamilton, in his absence from New York on public duty (with how much propriety and temper his...
28895 Hamilton, Alexander Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Signing the … 1787-09-17 Mr. Hamilton expressed his anxiety that every member should sign. A few characters of...
28896 Hamilton, Alexander Draft of a Constitution, [17 September 1787] 1787-09-17 § 6   A senator when impeached shall continue to exercise his office until conviction The People...
28897 Constitution of the United States, 17 September 1787 1787-09-17 Philadelphia, September 17, 1787. Not only was Hamilton one of the signers of this document but...
28898 Hamilton, Alexander Conjectures about the New Constitution, [17–30 … 1787-09-17 The new constitution has in favour of its success these circumstances—a very great weight of...
28899 Hamilton, Alexander Neilson, William From Alexander Hamilton to William Neilson, 21 … 1787-09-21 [ New York ] September 21, 1787 . “You will recollect the cause of Hayton against van Kleeck put...
28900 Forman, Ezekiel Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Ezekiel Forman, 24 September … 1787-09-24 Philadelphia, September 24, 1787. “… I wish to know if the process against Mr. Livingston was...