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Col. Hamilton , assented to the doctrine of Mr. Wilson. He denied the doctrine that the States...
Col. Hamilton considered the motion as intended manifestly to transfer the election from the...
Col. Hamilton urged the necessity of 3 years. There ought to be neither too much nor too little...
Mr. Hamilton apprehended inconveniency from fixing the wages. He was strenuous agst. making the...
Mr. Hamilton renewed his opposition to it. He pressed the distinction between State Govts. & the...
Mr. Hamilton. In all general questions which become the subjects of discussion, there are always...
Mr. Hamilton. Evasions cd. not be prevented—as by proxies—by friends holding for a year, & them...
[ Notes for June 1, 1787] [Madison] 1— The way to prevent a majority from having an interest to...
Mr. Hamilton. He did not mean to enter particularly into the subject. He concurred with Mr....
Mr. Hamilton observed the individuals forming political Societies modify their rights...
[ New York, June-October, 1787. ] “As I wished the cause of Bayard vs Breese and others to be...
In my passage through the Jerseys and since my arrival here I have taken particular pains to...
In my passage through the Jerseys and since my arrival here I have taken particular pains to...
[ New York, July 5, 1787. “Received of Phil. Van Cortlandt, Treasurer to the Society of the...
Agreeably to what passed between us I have had an interview with Mr. Auldjo, and I flatter...
It is currently reported and believed, that his Excellency Governor CLINTON has, in public...
[ New York ] July 23, 1787 . “The want of Some original papers which Mr. Brailsford was to have...
As the inclosed contains details relating to your private affairs it is judged most delicate to...
I have delivered the paper you committed to me as it stood altered to Major Peirce from whose...
New York, August 6, 1787. Introduces “a son of Mr. Israel, who is going to Philadelphia to...
Col. Hamilton was in general agst. embarrassing the Govt. with minute restrictions. There was on...
Since my arrival here, I have written to my colleagues, informing them, that if either of them...
The inclosed is said to be the Copy of a letter circulating in your state. The history of its...
I wrote to you some days since, that to request you to inform me when there was a prospect of...
Mr. Hamilton said that he had been restrained from entering into the discussions by his dislike...
Col: Hamilton expressed himself with great earnestness and anxiety in favor of the motion. He...
Mr. Hamilton 2ded. the motion, but he said with a different view from Mr. Gerry. He did not...
Philadelphia, September 10, 1787. On this date, Hamilton seconded the following motion made by...
Mr. Hamilton concurred with Mr. Gerry as to the indecorum of not requiring the approbation of...
Mr. Hamilton . No Convention convinced of the necessity of the plan will refuse to give it effect...