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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volume 13: Commentaries on the Constitution (1), 21 February – 7 November 1787 | B |  Broadsides, Pamphlets, And Books

References

Preface [Commentaries on the Constitution 13:xix]

2–B. William Barton: On the Propriety of Investing Congress with Power to Regulate the Trade of the United States [Commentaries on the Constitution 13:50 n.]

143. A Federal Centinel, South Carolina Weekly Chronicle, 9 October [Commentaries on the Constitution 13:356]+

157. An Old Whig I, Philadelphia Independent Gazetteer, 12 October [Commentaries on the Constitution 13:378]

185. Edward Carrington to Thomas Jefferson, New York, 23 October [Commentaries on the Constitution 13:441]+

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– John Adams, A Defence of the Constitutions [14 references]

– Address and Recommendations to the States (1783) [2 references]

– Address of the Seceding Assemblymen [8 references]

– Addresses to the Citizens of Pennsylvania [4 references]

– “An American Citizen” (Tench Coxe) [6 references]

– “Aristocrotis” (William Petrikin), The Government of Nature Delineated [1 reference]

– Minutes of the Baptist Association Held at New York [2 references]

– Joel Barlow, An Oration [1 reference]

– William Barton, Observations on the Nature and Use of Paper-Credit [1 reference]

– John Brooks, An Oration [4 references]

– James Campbell, An Oration [4 references]

– “Centinel” (Samuel Bryan) [2 references]

– “A Citizen of America” (Noah Webster), An Examination into the Constitution [2 references]

– “A Citizen of Philadelphia” (Pelatiah Webster), Dissertation on a Political Union [1 reference]

– “A Citizen of Philadelphia” (Pelatiah Webster), Remarks on the Address of Sixteen Members [5 references]

– A Collection of Papers, Relative to Half-Pay and Commutation [1 reference]

– Constitution, U.S. [3 references]

– Tench Coxe, An Enquiry [on commerce] [2 references]

– David Daggett, An Oration [3 references]

– Thomas Dawes, An Oration [2 references]

– Robert Davidson, An Oration [1 reference]

– Augustine Davis, comp., [–––] [1 reference]

– John Dixon, comp., f] [5 references]

– “A Farmer, of New Jersey” (John Stevens, Jr.), Observations on Government [2 references]

– “A Federal Farmer|” Letters from a Federal Farmer [1 reference]

– “A Federal Farmer|” Additional Letters [1 reference]

– “A Federal Republican|” A Review of the Constitution [5 references]

– The Federalist (Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, James Madison) [5 references]

– Fragments on the Confederation [1 reference]

– Elbridge Gerry to the Mass. General Court, 18 October 1787 [1 reference]

– Introduction to the History of America [1 reference]

– Robert R. Livingston, An Oration [2 references]

– Matthew M’Connell, An Essay on the Domestic Debts [1 reference]

– John Nicholson, A View of the Proposed Constitution [1 reference]

– Observations on the Articles of Confederation [1 reference]

– Observations on the Proposed Constitution [1 reference]

– “An Officer of the Late Continental Army” (William Findley?) [1 reference]

– “An Old Whig” (George Bryan, James Hutchinson, John Smilie?) [3 references]

– Thomas Paine, Common Sense [4 references]

– Thomas Paine, Public Good [1 reference]

– Charles Pinckney, Observations on the Plan of Government [2 references]

– Charles Pinckney, Mr. Pinckney’s Speech (1786) [2 references]

– Edmund Randolph to the Va. House of Delegates, 10 October 1787 [1 reference]

– Melancton Smith, An Address to the People of the State of New-York [1 reference]

– “Timoleon” [2 references]

– Various Extracts on the Fœderal Government [5 references]

– George Washington, Circular Letter to the State Executives (June 1783) [2 references]

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