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To the People of the State of New-York. THE third charge against the House of Representatives is,...
To the People of the State of New-York. WE have seen that an incontroulable power over the...
To the People of the State of New-York. IT has been urged in different shapes that a constitution...
To the People of the State of New-York. It is sometimes asked, with an air of seeming triumph,...
To the People of the State of New-York. The importance of the Union, in a commercial light, is...
Mr. Hamilton.   1st. our powers—agreed yt. the Constitution, was advisory—suppose the...
The Govt. is to be rejected if bad. Not call reasoning, declamation. Radical defect of the...
Power of Restraint dangerous—we may have a War of defence—therefore dangerous. The reasoning...
Philadelphia, June 4, 1787. James Wilson on this date made a motion, which Hamilton seconded,...
I certify that I am willing and do hereby accept the brief reposed in me as a Commissioner by...
I shall now proceed to give you a brief history of the Governor’s administration since the peace,...
The embarrassments experienced in carrying through the first plan, the increase of the national...
513H. G. Letter XI, [7 March 1789] (Hamilton Papers)
The next in order of the circumstances, alledged in proof of the unfriendly disposition of the...
514H. G. Letter VIII, 2 March 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
The second particular, which I have stated as evidence of Mr. Clinton’s enmity to the union, is,...
Hamilton objects because there is no security in it—the people are excluded from chusing perhaps...
Ham[ilton]—an explanatory clause ought to explain, not to affix a new Idea— the dividing the...
[Matthew] Adgate—This business has been effected by degrees. This has heretofore been conceived...
Among the confederacies of antiquity, the most considerable was that of the Grecian republics...
It is true the great object of the Smaller States was an equal Suffrage in Senate—but some of...
Mr Hamilton—This matter was fully debated in the Convention and left ⟨–⟩. It will not be...
That Mr. Hamilton Moved that the Clause last read should be expunged, and the following...
Mr. Hamilton—The word Impair an english word and means to weaken or Injure . This gives no Light,...
I rise with Reluctance It has been industriously circulated that I am a Man of such Talents as to...
It is more natural to the Mind of man to examine the Powers by which money is to be taken from...
These Resolutions were introduced to shew that it was the settled opinion of the Legislature as...
[ New York, May 21, 1788. On this date Hamilton submitted a bill to New York State. Document not...
The little hasty production, under the signature of Phocion , has met with a more favourable...
To the People of the State of New-York. A FIFTH desideratum illustrating the utility of a senate,...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE United Netherlands are a confederacy of republics, or...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE Constitution of the executive department of the...
To the People of the State of New York. After an unequivocal experience of the inefficacy of the...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE Administration of government, in its largest sense,...
To the People of the State of New-York. WE proceed now to an examination of the judiciary...
To the People of the State of New-York. IN the course of the preceding papers, I have...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE examples of ancient confederacies, cited in my last...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE necessity of a Constitution, at least equally...
To the People of the State of New-York. IN the course of the foregoing review of the constitution...
To the People of the State of New-York. IT may be contended perhaps, that instead of occasional...
To the People of the State of New-York. THE next view which I shall take of the House of...
It is natural to suspect such a power—of money—more than necessity of govt. Men predjudiced. Have...
Mr. Hamilton—The Gentn. states, the danger of making Loans in extreme—no Instances to prove. A...
Mr. Hamilton. Agrees with me in the first principle of a broad basis. It resulted from...
Mr Hamilton sd. If the States are not united, therefore necessary to clog it—concludes the other...
The mind at ye Revolution run into extremes—the extreme was, we consulted nothing but to tie the...
I thank you for your letter of the 9th. instant and am glad to learn that you think the chance is...
Your letter of the 18th instant, has duly come to hand, and entitles you to my particular thanks....
547H. G. Letter XI, 6 March 1789 (Hamilton Papers)
One of the circumstances stated to you in mine of the 26th of February, to shew that the Governor...
To The Honorable The Legislature of the State of New York The Petition of the Subscribers...
Ham[ilton]—wishes to know what objectn gent. have to Congss. arranging the militia. Gilbert...
Ham[ilton]—the spirit of the 2d clause he agrees with —& will agree in—the jury of the vicinage...