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    1 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number I, [17 December 1801] 1801-12-17 Instead of delivering a speech to the House of Congress, at the opening of the present session,...
    2 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number II, [21 December 1801] 1801-12-21 The next most prominent feature in the Message, is the proposal to abandon at once all the...
    3 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number III, [24 December 1801] 1801-12-24 Had our laws been less provident than they have been, yet must it give us a very humble idea of...
    4 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number IV, [26 December 1801] 1801-12-26 It is a matter of surprise to observe a proposition to diminish the revenue, associated with...
    5 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number V, [29 December 1801] 1801-12-29 In the rage for change, or under the stimulus of a deep-rooted animosity against the former...
    6 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number VI, [2 January 1802] 1802-01-02 In answer to the observations in the last number it may perhaps be said that the Message meant...
    7 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number VII, [7 January 1802] 1802-01-07 The next exceptionable feature in the Message, is the proposal to abolish all restriction on...
    8 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number VIII, [12 January 1802] 1802-01-12 Resuming the subject of our last paper we proceed to trace still farther, the consequences that...
    9 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number IX, [18 January 1802] 1802-01-18 The leading points of the Message have been sufficiently canvassed, and it is believed to have...
    10 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number X, [19 January 1802] 1802-01-19 The same Subject continued. As to Holland being the second power which acknowledged our...