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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Schoenleber, Charles H. (ed.) / Commentaries on the Constitution, public and private. Volume 6: 10 May to 13 September 1788
18 (1995)

Contents,   pp. vii-xi


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Contents
Acknowledgments                                                        xii
Organization                                                           xiv
Editorial Procedures                                                  xvi
Symbols                                                               xvii
Calendar for the Years 1787-1788                                      xxi
American Newspapers, 1787-1788                                        xxii
Ratification Chronology, 1786-1791                                    xxiv
THE DOCUMENTS
738. Nathan Dane to Samuel Adams, New York, 10 May                      3
739. The Federalist's Political Creed
Philadelphia Independent Gazetteer, 10 May                          4
740. A Patriotic Citizen, Pennsylvania Mercury, 10 May                  7
741. Comte de Moustier to Comte de Montmorin, New York, I11 May        11
742. A Freeman, Philadelphia Independent Gazetteer, 13 May             13
743. Edward Carrington to Thomas Jefferson, New York, 14 May (excerpts)  14
744. St. John de Crevecoeur to Comte de la Luzerne
New York, 16 May (excerpt)                                         16
745. Antoine de'la Forest to Comte de la Luzerne, New York, 16 May     19
746. Mercy Warren to Catherine Macaulay Graham, Milton, Mass., c. 16 May  20
747. Maryland journal, 16 May                                          22
748.James Madison to George Nicholas, Orange County, Va., 17 May       24
749. Samuel A. Otis to George Thatcher, New York, 18 May (excerpts)    31
750. The New York Federal Republican Committee Seeks Interstate Cooperation
in Obtaining Amendments to the Constitution, 18 May-6 August       32
A. John Lamb to Richard Henry Lee, New York, 18 May                36
B. From the New York Federal Republican Committee, New York, 6 June  38
C. William Grayson to John Lamb, Richmond, 9 June                  38
D. Patrick Henry to John Lamb, Richmond, 9 June                    39
E. George Mason to John Lamb, Richmond, 9 June                     40
F. Joshua Atherton to John Lamb, Amherst, N.H., 11, 14 June        45
G. Samuel Chase to John Lamb, Baltimore, 13 June                   47
H. John Lamb to George Clinton, New York, 17 June                  48
I. George Clinton to John Lamb, Poughkeepsie, 21 June              48
J. Robert Yates to George Mason, Poughkeepsie, 21 June             49
K. Rawlins Lowndes to John Lamb, Charleston, 21 June               50
L. Joshua Atherton to John Lamb, Amherst, N.H., 23 June            51
M. Timothy Bloodworth to John Lamb, North Carolina, 23 June        53
N. Aedanus Burke to John Lamb, Charleston, 23 June                 55
0. Richard Henry Lee to John Lamb, Chantilly, Va., 27 June         57
P. Timothy Bloodworth to John Lamb, North Carolina, 1 July         58
Q. Thomas Person to John Lamb, Goshen Courthouse, N.C., 6 August   59
75 1. An American: To the Members of the Virginia Convention
Pennsylvania Gazette, 21, 28 May                                   68
752. Virginia Independent Chronicle, 21 May                            70
753. South Carolina Convention Amendments, 23 May                      71
754. James Monroe: Some Observations on the Constitution, c. 25 May    72
755. Richard Henry Lee to Edmund Pendleton, Chantilly, Va., 26 May     74
756. George Mason to Thomas Jefferson, Gunston Hall, Va., 26 May (excerpt)  79
757. Thomas Jefferson to Edward Carrington, Paris, 27 May (excerpt)    81
758. George Washington to Marquis de Lafayette
Mount Vernon, 28 May (excerpt)                                     82
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