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551 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Third Speech of July 22 … 1788-07-22 Ham[ilton]—improper in a war, or in the case of a war to publish a state of accounts to all the...
552 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of July 24 … 1788-07-24 Ham[ilton]—Was in hopes this Morning of Unanimity when this Motion was first mentioned. Thot more...
553 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of July … 1788-07-15 Ham[ilton]—hopes the quest[io]n will not be pressed —as the Amend[ment]s expressly contemplate a...
554 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of July 15 … 1788-07-15 Ham[ilton]—They were ready to go as far as they thought safe, in recommendatory & explanatory...
555 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of July 17 … 1788-07-17 Ham[ilton] Scarce any new reasons to be offered; they are short—& must have their force it may do...
556 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of July … 1788-07-17 Ham[ilton]—gave reasons why we would be out of the Union— Amend[ment]s have been proposed—with a...
557 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Fourth Speech of July … 1788-07-19 Ham[ilton]—is willing those who are now scrupulous may be exempted— but does not wish to...
558 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (John McKesson’s … 1788-06-30 Mr. Lansing stated the differences between him & Mr. Hamilton on Saturday— Mr. Hamilton stated...
559 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of June … 1788-06-21 Mr. Hamilton   I do contend that this Constitution is a federal Republic. John McKesson MS Notes,...
560 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Third Speech of June 21 … 1788-06-21 Under the present Confederation 26 Men may do every thing that the proposed Governmt. may do—and...
561 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of June 25 … 1788-06-25 The Principles laid down on both Sides may be true to a certain Extent— Each appears plausible...
562 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Fourth Speech of June 28 … 1788-06-28 Mr. Hamilton—There would be a rivalship of Power—That the danger was that the State Govts. would...
563 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of June … 1788-06-25 Mr. Hamilton—The Genl. Intent of the Clause is Suppose what is expressed in the Resolution...
564 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (Newspaper … 1788-07-12 On Saturday morning, Mr. Jay opened the business by representing the unfairness of the...
565 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (Newspaper … 1788-06-30 On Monday Mr. Yates was again called upon by Mr. Lansing for his evidence; to which Mr. Hamilton...
566 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 81, [28 May 1788] 1788-05-28 To the People of the State of New-York. LET us now return to the partition of the judiciary...
567 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 58, [20 February 1788] 1788-02-20 To the People of the State of New-York. THE remaining charge against the House of Representatives...
568 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 59, [22 February 1788] 1788-02-22 To the People of the State of New-York. THE natural order of the subject leads us to consider in...
569 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 24, [19 December 1787] 1787-12-19 To the People of the State of New-York. TO the powers proposed to be conferred upon the Federal...
570 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 85, [28 May 1788] 1788-05-28 To the People of the State of New-York. ACCORDING to the formal division of the subject of these...
571 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 22, [14 December 1787] 1787-12-14 To the People of the State of New-York. IN addition to the defects already enumerated in the...
572 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 26, [22 December 1787] 1787-12-22 To the People of the State of New-York. IT was a thing hardly to be expected, that in a popular...
573 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 32, [2 January 1788] 1788-01-02 To the People of the State of New-York. ALTHOUGH I am of opinion that there would be no real...
574 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 9, [21 November 1787] 1787-11-21 To the People of the State of New-York. A Firm Union will be of the utmost moment to the peace...
575 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 55, [13 February 1788] 1788-02-13 To the People of the State of New-York. THE number of which the House of Representatives is to...
576 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 82, [28 May 1788] 1788-05-28 To the People of the State of New-York. THE erection of a new government, whatever care or wisdom...
577 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 62, [27 February 1788] 1788-02-27 To the People of the State of New-York. HAVING examined the constitution of the house of...
578 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 21, [12 December 1787] 1787-12-12 To the People of the State of New-York. HAVING in the three last numbers taken a summary review...
579 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 25, [21 December 1787] 1787-12-21 To the People of the State of New-York. IT may perhaps be urged, that the objects enumerated in...
580 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 73, [21 March 1788] 1788-03-21 To the People of the State of New-York. THE third ingredient towards constituting the vigor of...
581 Hamilton, Alexander The Federalist No. 74, [25 March 1788] 1788-03-25 To the People of the State of New-York. THE President of the United States is to be “Commander in...
582 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Remarks (Melancton … 1788-07-12 Mr. Hamilton—Rises with reluctance. 1. because he wishes to conciliate. 2. That he is plausiable—...
583 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Third Speech of June 28 … 1788-06-28 The Gent. of Ulster seems to suspect ⟨ags.⟩ were intrd. to shew inconsisty. The papers read, to...