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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Schoenleber, Charles H. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Massachusetts (2)
(1998)

Symbols,   pp. xxxii-xxxiv


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Price, Observations
Rutland, Madison
Smith, Letters
Syrett
Thorpe
Warren,
" Ratification"
cc
CDR
RCS
Mfm
Richard Price, Observations on the Importance of the
American Revolution, and the Means of Making It
a Benefit to the World ... (London, 1785), in
Bernard Peach, ed., Richard Price and the Ethical
Foundations of the American Revolution ... (Dur-
ham, N.C., 1979), 177-224.
Robert A. Rutland et al., eds., The Papers offames
Madison, Volumes V11I- (Chicago and Char-
lottesville, 1973-).
Paul H. Smith, ed.* , Letters of Delegates to Congress,
1774-1789 (Washington, D.C., 1976-).
Harold C. Syrett, ed., The Papers of Alexander Ham-
ilton (27 vols., New York, 1961-1987).
Francis N. Thorpe, ed., The Federal and State Con-
stitutions ... (7 vols., Washington, D.C., 1909).
Charles Warren, "Elbridge Gerry, James Warren,
Mercy Warren and the Ratification of the Fed-
eral Constitution in Massachusetts," Proceedings
of the Massachusetts Historical Society, LXIV
(1930-1932), 142-64.
Cross-references to Volumes of
The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution
References to Commentaries on the Constitution are
cited as "CC" followed by the number of the
document. For example: "CC:25."
References to the first volume, titled Constitu-
tional- Documents and Records, 1776-1 787, are
cited as "CDR" followed by the page number.
For example: "CDR, 325."9
References to the series of volumes titled Ratifl-
cation of the Constitution by the States are cited as
"RCS" followed by the abbreviation of the state
and the page number. For example: "RCS:Pa.,
325."
References to the microform supplements to the
"RCS" volumes are cited as "Mfmn" followed
by the abbreviation of the state and the num-
ber of the document. For example: "Mfm:Pa.
25."9
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