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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)

Index,   pp. 415-458 ff.


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INDEX
CAPITALISTS: expect to benefit under Con-
stitution, 19; support Constitution, 332.
See also Property, private
CAPTURES: Court of Appeals in cases of,
102n. See also Admiralty jurisdiction
CAREY, MATHEW (Pa.; CC:Vol. 1, xxxiii-
xxxiv); as printer, 246-47, 261
- letter to: cited, 390n
CARLETON, Guy (Lord Dorchester) (Can-
ada; CC:Vol. 1, 74n), 145, 146n, 386
CARMARTHEN, MARQUIS OF (Great Britain;
CC:Vol. 1, 217n)
- letter to: quoted, 66n
CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM (Md.): id., 325n
- letters to, 325-26n; quoted, 82n
CARRINGTON, EDWARD (Va.; CC:Vol. 1,
441n), 73, 366; sends copy of The Fed-
eralist, 85, 322
-letters from, 14-15, 293-94; quoted,
146n, 294n; cited, 73
-letter to, 81-82
CARROLL, DANIEL* (Md.; CC:Vol. 2, 296n)
- letter from: quoted, 288n
CARTER, CHARLES (Va.; CC:Vol. 3, 135n)
-letter to: cited, 148n
CARTOON (pillars), 382
CELEBRATIONS, 392; on Fourth of July,
221-54, 271; praise of in major towns,
289; in America patterned after those in
Great Britain, 309; numerousness of
over ratification, 309, 331; expected in
Va. after Convention of adjourns, 390
- sites of: Albany, N.Y., 405, 405n; Al-
exandria, Va., 207-9n; Annapolis, 165;
Baltimore, 165, 167n, 221, 385n; Bos-
ton, 167n, 221, 224-31n, 377n;
Charleston, S.C., 56, 67n, 158-59, 166,
167n, 221, 377; Md., 174; New Haven,
194, 235-42; New York City, 221, 259,
260n, 271, 290-92, 309-10, 311n;
Newport, 197, 384-85, 387, 389, 397;
Philadelphia, 214, 214n, 221, 242-48,
258-60n, 261-69n, 271, 385, 397; mu-
sic for in Philadelphia, 248; James Wil-
son's oration in Philadelphia, 242-46;
Portsmouth, N.H., 221-23; Providence,
231-35, 387, 389; Savannah, 249-54;
S.C., 174; Waterford, N.Y., 288, 403,
404n; Woodstock, Conn., 288-90
"CENTINEL" (Samuel Bryan): as a German-
language broadside, 8, 11; attacked for
criticism of Washington, 8, 11n; dema-
goguery of, 370
CHARLES V (Holy Roman Empire), 239,
250
CHARLESTON, S.C.: as site for state con-
vention, 55; is Federalist, 55; celebration
in, 56, 67n, 158-59, 166, 167n, 221,
377
CHASE, JEREMIAH TOWNLEY (Md.), 48, 64n
CHASE, SAMUEL (Md.; CC:Vol. 1, 453n):
opposes Constitution, 21; and N.Y. Fed-
eral Republican Committee, 35; criti-
cisms of, 64n; votes against ratification
in Md. Convention, 64n; elected to Md.
Convention, 285n
-letters from, 47-48; quoted, 35
CHECKS AND BALANCES, 238, 239. See also
Separation of powers
CINCINNATI, SOCIETY OF THE, 249
"A CITIZEN OF NEW-YORK" (John Jay): an-
swer to, 4n; praise of, 140, 143, 143n
CITIZENSHIP: only natural born citizens to
be President, Vice President, or mem-
bers of Congress, 302
CIVIL LAw: appellate jurisdiction in, 108-
10. See also Judiciary, U.S.
CIVIL LIBERTIES: purchased by martyrs of
Revolution, 10; Constitution endangers,
13-14, 36, 38, 46, 47, 52, 54, 56, 58,
60, 65n, 71-72, 206, 376; too much in
America, 16-17; Antifederalists as pa-
trons of, 37, 58, 59; bill of rights needed
to protect, 41; as a natural right, 41,
199, 201, 314; can survive only in re-
publics, 58; amendments to Constitution
needed to preserve, 76-77, 77-78; Con-
stitutional Convention less concerned
with, 79; will yield to government, 81;
judiciary cannot endanger, 88; separa-
tion of powers necessary to maintain,
88, 94n; depend on existence of judicial
review under a limited constitution, 89,
92; importance of habeas corpus in pre-
serving, 118; importance of jury trial in
preserving, 118; Constitution will se-
cure, 128-29, 138, 138-39, 159, 164,
164-65, 165, 177, 184, 185, 195, 238,
252, 262, 342, 359, 375, 380, 381,
385n, 392-93; threatened under Arti-
cles of Confederation, 150, 159, 177;
should be respected, 170; not violated
by Constitution but long-term safe-
guards needed, 178; American Revolu-
tion fought to preserve, 209, 221, 250-
51; U.S. as an asylum for, 211n; some
Federalists want to restrict, 217; Con-
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