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128th. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. Welch and Betsey Smith came from Boston this morning; we all went to Weymouth and dined at...
The hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman, in the course of these debates, it has been suggested, that...
Mr. Hamilton—Requests several Resolutions & reports from the Journal of the Senate be read— 7...
Mr. Hamilton . We shall make the same reservation. By the indisputable construction of these...
Mr. Hamilton . The honorable gentleman from Ulster has given a turn to the introduction of those...
These Resolutions were introduced to shew that it was the settled opinion of the Legislature as...
The Gent. of Ulster seems to suspect ⟨ags.⟩ were intrd. to shew inconsisty. The papers read, to...
A letter of the 1st inst. says, “That on Saturday the 28th ult. the Convention were still...
Mr. Hamilton—There would be a rivalship of Power—That the danger was that the State Govts. would...
10[Diary entry: 28 June 1788] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 28th. Thermometer at 64 in the Morning— at Noon and 66 at Night. Wind at So. Wt. and...