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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volume 15: Commentaries on the Constitution (3), 18 December 1787 – 31 January 1788 | V |  Virginia

References

374. Charles Nisbet to the Earl of Buchan, Carlisle, 25 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:90]+

377. One of the People: Antifederal Arguments, Maryland Journal, 25 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:94]

382. Philadelphiensis VI, Philadelphia Freeman's Journal, 26 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:108]

386–C. Brutus, Boston Independent Chronicle, 24 January [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:138]+

420. James Wadsworth and Oliver Ellsworth, Speeches in the Connecticut Convention, 7 January [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:277]

441. Luther Martin: Genuine Information V, Baltimore Maryland Gazette, 11 January [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:349]

457. Curtiopolis, New York Daily Advertiser, 18 January [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:401]

463. Publius: The Federalist 41, New York Independent Journal, 19 January [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:423]

The Political Society of Richmond, Virginia [Commentaries on the Constitution 15:562 n.]+

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– calls convention to strengthen Articles of Confederation [3 references]

– constitution and government of [3 references]

– Antifederalists in [14 references]

– calls state convention [10 references]

– prospects for ratification in [15 references]

– stops requisition payments to Congress [2 references]

– letter from Governor Randolph to House of Delegates of (10 Oct. 1787) [6 references]

– proposal for limited ratification by [1 reference]

– Governor Randolph delivers Constitution to legislature of [2 references]

– and a second constitutional convention [3 references]

– convention of [1 reference]

– and separate confederacies [2 references]

– favors unequal representation of states in Confederation Congress [2 references]

– in Constitutional Convention [7 references]

– Federalist literature sent to [3 references]

– party spirit high in [2 references]

– Federalists in [6 references]

– influence of on other states [3 references]

– animosity of South Carolina for [2 references]

– cedes western lands to Congress [1 reference]

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See also Richmond, Va.