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Volumes | Volume IV: 1787–May 1788 | Documents

New York Assembly. Remarks on the Petition of John Maunsell, [16 January 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on the Answer to Governor George Clinton's Message to the Legislature, [17 January 1787]New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill for Dividing the Manor of Livingston, [18 January 1787]New York Assembly. First Speech on the Address of the Legislature to Governor George Clinton's Message, [19 January 1787]New York Assembly. Second Speech on the Address of the Legislature to Governor George Clinton's Message, [19 January 1787]New York Assembly. Address of the New York Legislature to Governor George Clinton, [20 January 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating Elections, [23 January 1787]New York Assembly. Motion that a Committee be Appointed to Consider a Letter from the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, [23 January 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating Elections, [24 January 1787]New York Assembly. Motion on an Act for Regulating Elections, [24 January 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating Elections, [27 January 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating Elections, [29 January 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating Elections, [30 January 1787]New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill, [3 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Concerning Wrecks at Sea, [3 February 1787]Horatio Gates to Alexander Hamilton, James Duane, and William Duer, 5 February 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating Elections, [6 February 1787]From Paul Bascom, 8 February 1787New York Assembly. Report on a Petition from George Fisher, [8 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Concerning Murder, [8 February 1787]New York Assembly. An Act for Raising Certain Yearly Taxes Within This State, [9 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for the Relief of Arthur Noble, [9 February 1787]From Israel Beach, 13 February 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on Report Concerning Citizens of New York who Loaned Money in Hartford during the American Revolution, 13 February 1787New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of William Edgar, 13 February 1787New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of Margaret Livingston, 13 February 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on the Petition of Catharine Livingston, [13 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Settling Intestate Estates, Proving Wills, and Granting Administrations, [14 February 1787]New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of Isaac Gouverneur, Junior, [14 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Granting to Congress Certain Imposts and Duties, [15 February 1787]New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill Granting Privileges to Columbia College and Erecting a University, [16 February 1787]New York Assembly. Resolution on the Call of a Convention of the States, [17 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Raising Certain Yearly Taxes Within This State, [17 February 1787]New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of Theodosius Fowler, 20 February 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Raising Certain Yearly Taxes Within This State, [20 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Regulating the Fees of Officers and Ministers of the Court, [21 February 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for the Relief of Persons Holding or Possessing State Agent's Certificates, [22 February 1787]New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of Joanna Morris, 24 February 1787New York Assembly. Report on a Petition of William Gilbert, 24 February 1787New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill on Bankrupts and Their Estates, [26 February 1787]New York Assembly. Resolution on the Appointment of Delegates to the Constitutional Convention, [26 February 1787]New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill for the Speedy Trial and Punishment of Grand Larceny, [1 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Raising Certain Yearly Taxes Within This State, [2 March 1787]From Robert R. Livingston, 3 March 1787New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill for Vesting the Estate of Richard Maitland in Trustees, [5 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on Several Petitions from Columbia County, [5 March 1787]New York Assembly. Appointment as Delegate to the Constitutional Convention, [6 March 1787]From David Beekman, 7 March 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Amendment to an Act to Empower Justices of the Peace to Try Causes to the Value of Ten Pounds, [8 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Raising Certain Yearly Taxes Within This State, [9 March 1787]Lease of College Lots, 10 March 1787From Jacob Le Roy and Sons, 10 March 1787New York Assembly. Report on a Letter from the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, [10 March 1787]New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill on the Independence of Vermont, [14 March 1787]Draft of an Act Acknowledging the Independence of Vermont, [14 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Acknowledging the Independence of Vermont, [14 March 1787]New York Assembly. Report on a Letter from the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, [16 March 1787]From Theodorick Bland, 20 March 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for the Relief of Merchants in the City of New York, [20 March 1787]Petition to the Corporation of the City of New York in Common Council, 21 March 1787Petition to the Corporation of the City of New York in Common Council, 21 March 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act for Repealing Part of the Trespass Act, [21 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on the Quotas to be Assigned the Several Counties of New York, [22 March 1787]New York Assembly. Report on the Petitions of Samuel Thompson, Josiah Gale, and Lemuel Conckling, 24 March 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act to Institute an University Within This State, [24 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Directing a Mode of Trial and Allowing of Divorces in Cases of Adultery, [28 March 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Acknowledging the Independence of Vermont, [28 March 1787]New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of Margaret Livingston, 31 March 1787From Daniel Coxe, 4 April 1787From Marquis de Lafayette, 12 April 1787New York Assembly. Remarks on an Amendment to an Act Relative to Debts Due Persons Within the Enemy's Lines, [12 April 1787]New York Assembly. Report on the Petition of Henry Ludenton, 14 April 1787New York Assembly. Motion for Leave to Bring in a Bill on Places at Which the Legislature Shall Meet, [16 April 1787]New York Assembly. Motion that Five Delegates be Appointed to the Constitutional Convention, [16 April 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on a Motion that Five Delegates be Appointed to the Constitutional Convention, [16 April 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on the Petition of Robert Henry, Robert McClellan, and Robert Henry, Junior, [16 April 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on the Claim of New York City to Fort George, [16 April 1787]New York Assembly. Remarks on an Act Repealing Laws Inconsistent With the Treaty of Peace, [17 April 1787]From Mary Bryant, 23 April 1787Declination of Candidacy for Seat in the New York Legislature, [23 April 1787]From Catherine Bayard, 24 April 1787From Augustus Van Cortlandt, 29 April 1787To Samuel Breese, William Malcom, and Aaron Burr, April 1787From John Jay, 2 May 1787To John Jay, [3 May 1787]Statement of Expenses Incurred by Alexander Hamilton and Egbert Benson in Attending the Annapolis Convention, [8 May 1787]From P. I. More, 12 May 1787Credentials as Delegate to the General Society of the Cincinnati, 18 May 1787Constitutional Convention. Nomination of William Jackson as Secretary of the Constitutional Convention, 25 May 1787Constitutional Convention. Appointment to Committee for Establishing Rules for the Constitutional Convention, 25 May 1787From Jacob Sarly, 26 May 1787Constitutional Convention. Motion that Representation in the National Legislature Ought to be Proportioned to the Number of Free Inhabitants, 30 May 1787Constitutional Convention. Notes Taken in the Federal Convention, [1–26 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Second of Benjamin Franklin's Motion that Proposed Executive Serve Without Pay, 2 June 1787Constitutional Convention. Second of a Motion by James Wilson and Remarks Thereon, 4 June 1787Constitutional Convention. Objection of Order, 4 June 1787Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Virginia and New Jersey Plans, [15 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Speech on a Plan of Government, [18 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Plan of Government, [18 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Abolition of the States, [19 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Necessity for a National Government, [19 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Organization of the House of Representatives, [21 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks in Support of a Three-Year Term for Members of the House of Representatives, [21 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Wages to Be Paid Members of the National Legislature, [22 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks in Opposition to the Payment of Members of the National Legislature by the States, [22 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Ineligibility of Members of the House of Representatives for Other Offices, [22 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Ineligibility of Members of the House of Representatives for Other Offices, [23 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Term of Office for Members of the Second Branch of the Legislature, [26 June 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Equality of Representation of the States in the Congress, [29 June 1787]To George Washington, [3 July 1787]From George Washington, 10 July 1787To Nathaniel Mitchell, [20 July 1787]To William Pierce, [20–26 July 1787]To The Daily Advertiser, [21 July 1787]To Thomas Mullett, 23 July 1787From Thomas Mullett, 23 July 1787To John Auldjo, [26 July 1787]To ———, 6 August 1787Constitutional Convention. Motion on Citizenship Requirement for Membership in the House of Representatives, [13 August 1787]To Rufus King, [20 August 1787]To Jeremiah Wadsworth, [20 August 1787]From Jeremiah Wadsworth, 26 August 1787To Rufus King, [28 August 1787]From Baron von Steuben, [August–September 1787]From David Humphreys, 1 September 1787Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Election of the President, [6 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks in Favor of a Motion Increasing the Number in the House of Representatives, [8 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Amending the Constitution, [10 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Second to James Madison's Motion on Amending the Constitution, 10 September 1787Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Manner of Ratifying the Constitution, [10 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Ratification of the Constitution, [10 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Motion on the Ratification of the Constitution, [10 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Withdrawal of a Motion, [10 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on the Number of Votes Required in Congress to Override a Presidential Veto, [12 September 1787]To The Daily Advertiser, [15 September 1787]Constitutional Convention. Remarks on Signing the Constitution, [17 September 1787]Draft of a Constitution, [17 September 1787]Constitution of the United States, 17 September 1787Conjectures about the New Constitution, [17–30 September 1787]To William Neilson, 21 September 1787From Ezekiel Forman, 24 September 1787From Samuel Brailsford, 25 September 1787[Caesar No. I], [28 September 1787]From Angelica Church, [2 October 1787]To George Washington, [11–15 October 1787]From Marquis de Lafayette, 15 October 1787[Caesar No. II], [15 October 1787]From George Washington, 18 October 1787From Gaspard Joseph Amand Ducher, 26 October 1787Baron von Steuben to George Washington, [26 October 1787]The Federalist, [27 October 1787–28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 1, [27 October 1787]To George Washington, [30 October 1787]To James Madison, [October 1787–March 4, 1788]From George Washington, 10 November 1787The Federalist No. 6, [14 November 1787]To Pierre Van Cortlandt, Junior, 15 November 1787From John Witherspoon, 16 November 1787The Federalist No. 7, [17 November 1787]The Federalist No. 8, [20 November 1787]To Benjamin Rush, 21 November [1787]The Federalist No. 9, [21 November 1787]The Federalist No. 11, [24 November 1787]From David Forman, 27 November 1787The Federalist No. 12, [27 November 1787]The Federalist No. 13, [28 November 1787]Election as Manager of the St. Andrew's Society, 30 November 1787The Federalist No. 15, [1 December 1787]From Robert Troup, 3 December 1787The Federalist No. 16, [4 December 1787]The Federalist No. 17, [5 December 1787]To Angelica Church, [6 December 1787]To John B. Church, 6 December 1787Report of a Committee of the Trustees Columbia College, 6 December 1787The Federalist No. 18, [7 December 1787]The Federalist No. 19, [8 December 1787]The Federalist No. 20, [11 December 1787]The Federalist No. 21, [12 December 1787]The Federalist No. 22, [14 December 1787]The Federalist No. 23, [18 December 1787]The Federalist No. 24, [19 December 1787]The Federalist No. 25, [21 December 1787]The Federalist No. 26, [22 December 1787]The Federalist No. 27, [25 December 1787]The Federalist No. 28, [26 December 1787]The Federalist No. 29, [9 January 1788]The Federalist No. 30, [28 December 1787]The Federalist No. 31, [1 January 1788]The Federalist No. 32, [2 January 1788]The Federalist No. 33, [2 January 1788]The Federalist No. 34, [5 January 1788]The Federalist No. 35, [5 January 1788]The Federalist No. 36, [8 January 1788]From John Fitch, 29 January 1788Draft of an Act to Incorporate the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Marbletown, [January–February 1788]Appointment as Delegate to the Continental Congress, [2 February 1788][The Federalist No. 49], [2 February 1788]The Federalist No. 50, [5 February 1788]The Federalist No. 51, [6 February 1788]The Federalist No. 52, [8 February 1788]To Philip Schuyler, [9 February 1788][The Federalist No. 53], [9 February 1788]The Federalist No. 54, [12 February 1788]The Federalist No. 55, [13 February 1788]The Federalist No. 56, [16 February 1788]The Federalist No. 57, [19 February 1788]The Federalist No. 58, [20 February 1788]Account with James Robinson, 22 February 1788–October 19, 1790The Federalist No. 59, [22 February 1788]The Federalist No. 60, [23 February 1788]The Federalist No. 61, [26 February 1788]The Federalist No. 62, [27 February 1788]The Federalist No. 63, [1 March 1788]Report of a Committee of the Trustees of Columbia College, 2 March 1788The Federalist No. 65, [7 March 1788]The Federalist No. 66, [8 March 1788]The Federalist No. 67, [11 March 1788]The Federalist No. 68, [12 March 1788]Report of a Committee of the Trustees of Columbia College, 13 March 1788The Federalist No. 69, [14 March 1788]The Federalist No. 70, [15 March 1788]The Federalist No. 71, [18 March 1788]The Federalist No. 72, [19 March 1788]The Federalist No. 73, [21 March 1788]To Jeremiah Wadsworth, [23 March 1788]The Federalist No. 74, [25 March 1788]The Federalist No. 75, [26 March 1788]The Federalist No. 76, [1 April 1788]The Federalist No. 77, [2 April 1788]To James Madison, [3 April 1788]Campaign Broadside, 12 April 1788Account with William Backhouse and Company, 18 April 1788Appointment as Delegate to the General Meeting of the Society of the Cincinnati, 3 May 1788To James Madison, [11 May 1788]From John Jay, 15 May 1788To James Madison, [19 May 1788]To Gouverneur Morris, [19 May 1788]Account with New York State, [21 May 1788]From Marquis de Lafayette, 24 May 1788Continental Congress. Amendment to Supplement to Land Ordinance, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 78, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 79, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 80, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 81, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 82, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 83, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 84, [28 May 1788]The Federalist No. 85, [28 May 1788]