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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard (ed.) / Commentaries on the Constitution, public and private. Volume 4: 1 February to 31 March 1788
16 (1986)

[Index],   pp. 609-652 ff.


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INDEX
309n, 335n, 354n, 366, 367n, 369n,
376n, 387n, 396n, 411n, 421n, 447n,
467n-68n, 478n, 481n; circulation of,
3n, 16n, 29n, 43n, 49n, 79n, 83n, 97n,
107n, II1n, 129n, 144n, 154n, 185n,
195n, 214n, 232n, 292n, 309n, 335n,
354n, 369n, 376n, 387n, 396n, 411n,
421n, 447n, 466n-69n, 478n, 481,
555; praise or defense of, 49n, 95,
150-51, 308, 467n; criticism of, 120,
308; reviewed, 369n, 451n, 469n,
480n-81n
-references to, 3, 7n, 19, 52n, 83, 112,
130, 131, 147, 148, 150-51, 198, 199,
214, 232, 294, 295, 335, 355, 356,
383-84, 385, 387n, 448, 451, 479,
482, 482-83, 483
-publication of first volume of, 28, 29n,
79n, 162n, 308, 369n, 466n-69n, 469-
71
FEDERALISTS, 118, 133n, 403; praised,
19, 105, 143, 170, 231, 429, 496, 504,
505, 529, 596; attack Luther Martin
for disclosing secrets of Constitutional
Convention, 31-32; improper use of
name by, 35, 308, 321, 415n, 490,
503; accused of using post office to
suppress Antifederalist letters and
newspapers, 37-38, 485n, 486n, 488,
490; most newspaper printers are, 38,
88, 341, 549, 552; called aristocrats,
conspirators, despots, demagogues,
etc., 57, 59, 66n, 87-88, 182n, 190-
91, 227, 276, 363, 365, 486n, 488,
502, 528, 530, 547-48, 552, 574, 578,
581, 586; reaction of to Mass. ratifica-
tion and amendments, 64n-65n, 80n-
81n, 239, 487, 522; criticism of litera-
ture and trickery of, 77n, 87, 133n,
190-91, 241n, 339n, 340, 341, 365,
374, 375, 486n, 488, 490, 491n, 513,
522, 526-27, 527-28, 531, 552, 552-
53, 560, 574, 581, 586; accused of
being office seekers, 159-60, 160, 190,
238, 239, 240, 276, 277, 365, 496,
501, 551, 576; accused of being or
shielding public defaulters, 217-21,
240, 285, 363, 375, 475-76, 578;
strength of is weakening, 365, 375,
404, 487-88; use of violence and in-
timidation by, 478, 486n, 488-89,
491n-92n, 558-59; effect of adjourn-
ment of N.H. Convention on, 487,
530, 530n; charged with suppressing
information, 526-27, 540-96
-by states: in Connecticut, 351, 513; in
Georgia, 341, 375; in Maryland, 527,
532; in Massachusetts, 61n-63n, 143,
170, 180n, 227, 229, 231, 237n, 306,
334, 341, 464n, 490, 507, 527; in New
Hampshire, 179n-80n, 180n, 182n,
402, 505; in New York, 19, 65n, 80,
104, 181n, 308, 366-67, 515, 517-18,
521, 527, 530, 530n; in North Caro-
lina, 15, 161n-62n, 276; in Pennsyl-
vania, 238-41, 241n, 250-51, 339n,
340, 374, 404, 478, 486, 488-90,
491n-92n, 531, 536n, 555n; in Rhode
Island, 403, 403n, 403n-4n; in Vir-
ginia, 105, 340
See also Antifederalists; Despotism;
Great men and the Constitution;
Quakers
FINDLEY, WILLIAM (Pa.): id., 354n,
374n; 260, 261n, 353, 562n
-letter from, 373-75
FINNIE, WILLIAM (Va.)
-letter from: cited, 17In
FISHERIES, 368-69
FITZSIMONS, THOMAS* (Pa.; CC:Vol. 1,
405n): id., 139n; and Philadelphia
printers' petition, 562n, 563-64, 565
-letter from: quoted, 65n
-letters to, 138-39; quoted, 182n
FLEMING, WILLIAM (Va.; CC:Vol. 3,
54n)
-letter from, 141-42
-letters to: cited, 141, 141-42
FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 100, 280, 391, 422;
Constitution will change relationship
of U.S. with Europe, 82, 83n, 208;
danger of foreign bribery and subver-
sion, 113-14, 189, 213; weakness of
Confederation government concern-
ing, 206, 208; object of Constitution is
defense against foreign enemies, 225,
226, 228. See also Ambassadors; Com-
merce; Invasion, foreign; Treaties
FOREIGN INVASION: See Invasion, foreign
FOREIGN OPINION OF THE U.S., 211, 211-
12, 275; Constitution will raise, 15,
26, 48, 122, 123n, 141, 171, 178, 292,
299, 301, 320-21, 481, 512, 518, 529,
533; is low under Confederation, 203,
205-6, 236, 277-78, 320-21, 380-81,
404, 429, 439, 481, 494-95
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