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    Ham[ilton] wishes the questin may not be put as it will now be a decision of the comparitive view...
    Ham[ilton]—They were ready to go as far as they thought safe, in recommendatory & explanatory...
    Ham[ilton]—hopes the quest[io]n will not be pressed —as the Amend[ment]s expressly contemplate a...
    Ham[ilton]—extremely sorry Lan[sing] cannot see the matter as he does —has this consolation, that...
    Ham[ilton] Scarce any new reasons to be offered; they are short—& must have their force it may do...
    Ham[ilton]—gave reasons why we would be out of the Union— Amend[ment]s have been proposed—with a...
    Ham[ilton]—the spirit of the 2d clause he agrees with —& will agree in—the jury of the vicinage...
    Ham[ilton]—this article he thinks includes more than gent intend—in the Admiralty—& Chancery...
    Ham[ilton]—opposed to the leading idea of this clause —it tends to render the Militia of no...
    Ham[ilton]—is willing those who are now scrupulous may be exempted— but does not wish to...
    Ham[ilton]—an explanatory clause ought to explain, not to affix a new Idea— the dividing the...
    Ham[ilton]—combats the propriety of the word “ expresly ” congress one to regulate trade—now they...
    Ham[ilton]—would not object to the Idea—recommends this amend[men]t— Gilbert Livingston MS Notes,...
    Ham[ilton]—this [amendment] cannot be by way of explanation—but may be by recommendation. Gilbert...
    Ham[ilton]—this not an explanitory amend[men]t— may be recommendatory—which he would wish—in...
    Hamilton objects because there is no security in it—the people are excluded from chusing perhaps...
    Ham[ilton]—among other reasons ag[ains]t it— mentions the probability of having the appointments...
    That the last mentioned Amendment having been read Mr. Hamilton moved that the same should be...
    Ham[ilton]—improper in a war, or in the case of a war to publish a state of accounts to all the...
    Ham[ilton]—this will increase appeals—but does not much oppose—[Samuel] Jones—this will seldom...
    Ham[ilton]—objects— because the Court ap[pointed] by Legislature Chan[cellor Robert R....
    Ham[ilton]—wishes to know what objectn gent. have to Congss. arranging the militia. Gilbert...
    Ham[ilton]—moves an amend[men]t that a court of trial of impeachments be constituted,...
    Ham[ilton]—thinks we ought to proceed on the report—& if any gent[leman] wishes to introduce an...
    Ham[ilton]—Was in hopes this Morning of Unanimity when this Motion was first mentioned. Thot more...
    [Matthew] Adgate—This business has been effected by degrees. This has heretofore been conceived...