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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volumes 4–7: Ratification of the Constitution by the States: Massachusetts | W |  Washington, George (Va.)

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– Agrippa does not criticize [1 reference]

– called American Fabius [6 references]

– Antifederalists charge he was duped [4 references]

– criticism of Antifederalists for being critical of [3 references]

– defense of against Antifederalists criticism [4 references]

– authenticated Constitution [1 reference]

– Boston procession in 1789 in his honor [1 reference]

– celebration of birthday of [3 references]

– as commander in chief during Revolution [6 references]

– comments on Mass, ratification published [1 reference]

– Constitution should not be ratified because of [6 references]

– support of Constitution as reason to ratify [3 references]

– in Constitutional Convention, 260, 271–74, 297, 349, 536, 795n, 1356, as example of exalted man but not to be trusted with power [2 references]

– fame of [2 references]

– favors Constitution [3 references]

– Federalists should be called Washingtonians [1 reference]

– Elbridge Gerry favorably compared to [1 reference]

– referred to as King George [1 reference]

– known as man of the people [1 reference]

– Richard Henry Lee allegedly an enemy of [4 references]

– Mass. newspaper comments on [2 references]

– could have been monarch [1 reference]

– patriotic representation of in Artillery Company celebration [1 reference]

– patriotic representation of in woodcut [1 reference]

– to be first president [5 references]

– praise of [10 references]

– receives copy of “A Native of Boston” [1 reference]

– receives many letters from Mass. [1 reference]

– on representation in House of Representatives [1 reference]

– requested to write to Mass. friends to influence ratification there [1 reference]

– Revolutionary War service compared with George Mason’s [2 references]

– rhetorical powers of [1 reference]

– seeks information on Mass. Convention [1 reference]

– sent copy of Mass. Debates [2 references]

– criticism of for owning slaves [4 references]

– Southern Federalists would prefer Robert Morris over Washington as first President [2 references]

– toasts drunk to [8 references]

– Virginia yeomanry follow [1 reference]

– worthy of confidence and esteem of country [1 reference]

– letters from [5 references + 2 subentries]

– letter from as president of Constitutional Convention [3 references]

– letter from to Charles Carter published [1 reference + 5 subentries]

– letters to [25 references + 2 subentries]

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See also Great men and the Constitution