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    • Livingston, Gilbert
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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...