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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volume 1: Constitutional Documents and Records, 1776–1787 | V |  Virginia

References

D. Grant of Temporary Power to Collect Import Duties and Request for Supplementary Funds, 18 April 1783 [Constitutional Documents and Records 1:147]

Introduction [Constitutional Documents and Records 1:239]

C. The Amended Virginia Resolutions, 13–19 June [Constitutional Documents and Records 1:248]

D. The New Jersey Amendments to the Articles of Confederation, 15 June [Constitutional Documents and Records 1:251]

Population and Constitution-Making, 1774–1792 [Constitutional Documents and Records 1:297]

James Madison to George Washington, New York, 30 September [Constitutional Documents and Records 1:344]

Subentries

– opposes congressional power to fix boundaries of states [1 reference]

– opposes state sovereignty [1 reference]

– cedes Northwest Territory to Congress [10 references]

– constitution of and provision for new states [1 reference]

– rescinds ratification of Impost of 1781 [2 references]

– ratifies Articles [2 references]

– seeks to increase Congress’ power over commerce [1 reference]

– calls Annapolis Convention [2 references]

– delegates attend Annapolis Convention [2 references]

– agrarian discontent in [1 reference]

– elects delegates to Constitutional Convention [6 references]

– requires Congress to approve work of Convention [2 references]

– impact of its act authorizing election of delegates to Convention [6 references]

– influence of Convention delegates [1 reference]

– and compromise on trade regulation and slave trade [1 reference]

– allotted ten Representatives by Constitution [6 references]

– allotted nineteen Representatives after Census of 1790 [1 reference]

– delegates in Congress (1787) [1 reference]

– delegates in Congress divided over Constitution [1 reference]