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    11 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XI, [3 February 1802] 1802-02-03 The Message observes that “in our care of the public contributions entrusted to our direction, it...
    12 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XII, [23 February 1802] 1802-02-23 From the manner in which the subject was treated in the fifth and sixth numbers of The...
    13 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XIII, [27 February 1802] 1802-02-27 The advocates of the power of Congress to abolish the Judges, endeavor to deduce a presumption of...
    14 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XIV, [2 March 1802] 1802-03-02 In the course of the debate in the Senate, much verbal criticism has been indulged; many...
    15 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XV, [3 March 1802] 1802-03-03 It is generally understood that the Essays under the Title of the Federalist, which were...
    16 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XVI, [19 March 1802] 1802-03-19 The President, as a politician, is in one sense particularly unfortunate. He furnishes frequent...
    17 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination Number XVII, [20 March 1802] 1802-03-20 It was intended to have concluded the argument respecting the Judiciary Department with the last...
    18 Hamilton, Alexander The Examination (concluded) Number XVIII, [8 April … 1802-04-08 In order to cajole the people, the Message abounds with all the common-place of popular...