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    Ham[ilton]—this [amendment] cannot be by way of explanation—but may be by recommendation. Gilbert...
    Hamilton objects because there is no security in it—the people are excluded from chusing perhaps...
    That the last mentioned Amendment having been read Mr. Hamilton moved that the same should be...
    Ham[ilton]—this will increase appeals—but does not much oppose—[Samuel] Jones—this will seldom...
    Ham[ilton]—wishes to know what objectn gent. have to Congss. arranging the militia. Gilbert...
    Ham[ilton]—thinks we ought to proceed on the report—& if any gent[leman] wishes to introduce an...
    Ham[ilton]—extremely sorry Lan[sing] cannot see the matter as he does —has this consolation, that...
    Ham[ilton]—the spirit of the 2d clause he agrees with —& will agree in—the jury of the vicinage...
    Ham[ilton]—an explanatory clause ought to explain, not to affix a new Idea— the dividing the...
    Ham[ilton]—opposed to the leading idea of this clause —it tends to render the Militia of no...