Pamphlets On The Constitution Of The United States Published During Its Discussion By The People 1787-1788
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Pamphlets On The Constitution Of The United States Published During Its Discussion By The People 1787-1788
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Table of Contents
  • PAMPHLETS on the Constitution of the United States
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Gerry, Elbridge. Observations on the New Constitution, and on the Federal and State Conventions. By a Columbian Patriot
  • Webster, Noah. An Examination into the leading principles of the Federal Constitution. By a Citizen of America
  • Jay, John. An Address to the People of the State of New York, on the subject of the Constitution. By a Citizen of New York
  • Smith, Melancthon. Address to the People of the State of New York. By a Plebeian
    • POSTSCRIPT.
  • Webster, Pelatiah. The Weakness of Brutus exposed: or some remarks in vindication of the Constitution. By a Citizen of Philadelphia
  • Coxe, Tench. An Examination of the Constitution of the United States of America. By an American Citizen
    • NUMBER I.
    • [9] NUMBER II.
    • NUMBER III.
    • [15] NUMBER IV.
  • Wilson, James. Speech on the Federal Constitution, delivered in Philadelphia
  • Dickinson, John. Letters of Fabius on the Federal Constitution.
    • LETTER I.
    • [6] LETTER II.
    • [16]LETTER III.
    • [26] LETTER IV.
    • LETTER V.
    • [48] LETTER VI.
    • [55]LETTER VII.
    • [62]LETTER VIII.
    • [72]LETTER IX.
  • Hanson, Alexander Contee. Remarks on the Proposed Plan of a Federal Government. By Aristides
  • Randolph, Edmund. Letter on the Federal Constitution
  • Lee, Richard Henry. Observations of the System of Government proposed by the late Convention. By a Federal Farmer
    • LETTER I.
    • [11]LETTER II.
    • LETTER III.
    • LETTER IV.
    • [35]LETTER V.
  • Mason, George. Objections to the Federal Constitution
  • Iredell, James. Observations on George Mason’s Objections to the Federal Constitution. By Marcus
    • I. Objection.
    • II. Objection.
    • III. Objection.
    • IV. Objection.
    • V. Objection.
    • VI. Objection.
    • VII. Objection.
    • VIII. Objection.
    • IX. Objection.
    • X. Objection.
    • XI. Objection.
  • Ramsay, David. An Address to the Freemen of South Carolina on the Federal Constitution. By Civis
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE LIST OF THE HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION 1787-1788.
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
  • REFERENCE LIST.
    • General Works—Histories.
    • General Works—Periodicals.
    • General Works—Biographies.
    • Federal Convention—Histories.
    • Federal Convention—Proceedings.
    • Federal Convention—Drafts and Plans.
    • Federal Convention—Biographies of attending Members.
    • Partizan Pamphlets—Pro.
    • Partizan Pamphlets—Con.
    • Contests in the States.
    • Celebrations of Ratifications.
  • FOOTNOTES:
  • INDEX.
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