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(1800), by Alexander Duval and François Adrien de Boieldieu. In Warsaw in 1961 Mieczyslaw Bohdan Lipicki published John Hanson, president of Congress. For Bieniewsky’s effort to interest the government of Virginia in his proposal, see
...reproducing the text of his notes under their appropriate dates. In this connection, Madison was posthumously accused shortly after the Gilpin edition appeared of changing his notes at some time subsequent to 1792 for the purpose of injuring Alexander Hamilton. The validity of this charge will be discussed under the dates when JM recorded the debates to which the indictment chiefly relates...
...that its members unanimously, except for David Howell, voted against a 1-for-40 ratio, JM’s note is ambiguous. Almost certainly he meant that only Phillips White and Howell favored a 1-for-75 ratio, and only Alexander Hamilton and Thomas FitzSimons, 1-for-100 and 1-for-150 ratios. Henry D. Gilpin, in his edition of ...” and to signify Hamilton by it. John Hanson and David Howell were also on...
I have at length run thro’ the trial of Gen: Wilkinson, and send it to you, with an approbation of the sentence of the Court. I send also the trial of Capt: Hanson with a decision conformable to the sentence, & recommendation of the Court in his case. affe. respects
Objects interesting to the United States requiring that the Senate should be in Session on the 4th of March next, to receive such communications as may be made to it on the part of the ex ecutive, your attendance in the Senate Chamber in this City on that day is accordingly requested. MdHi .