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    The Govt. is to be rejected if bad. Not call reasoning, declamation. Radical defect of the...
    Mr. Hamilton. Agrees with me in the first principle of a broad basis. It resulted from...
    The mind at ye Revolution run into extremes—the extreme was, we consulted nothing but to tie the...
    It is natural to suspect such a power—of money—more than necessity of govt. Men predjudiced. Have...
    The Gent. of Ulster seems to suspect ⟨ags.⟩ were intrd. to shew inconsisty. The papers read, to...
    Mr. Hamilton—The Gentn. states, the danger of making Loans in extreme—no Instances to prove. A...
    Mr Hamilton sd. If the States are not united, therefore necessary to clog it—concludes the other...
    Power of Restraint dangerous—we may have a War of defence—therefore dangerous. The reasoning...
    Mr. Hamilton—Rises with reluctance. 1. because he wishes to conciliate. 2. That he is plausiable—...
    Mr. Hamilton.   1st. our powers—agreed yt. the Constitution, was advisory—suppose the...