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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
PRESIDENT, U.S., 369n; relationship of
with other branches of government, 3-
7, 43-44, 246-47, 390; salary of, 44,
447; relationship of with Senate, 51,
66n, 165, 167-68, 244-45, 245-46,
246-47, 357-58, 482-83; debate over
whether or not he will become a mon-
arch, 57, 57-58, 159, 160, 366, 496,
532; will be controlled by aristocrats,
58-59; John Hancock as possible first
President, 62n, 66n; debate over need
of privy council to assist, 115, 141,
167-68, 243-47, 369n; George Wash-
ington as possible first President, 149,
532, 538; election of, 196, 253, 281,
310, 314-15, 356-57, 369n, 376-78;
will be subject to bribes from Euro-
pean powers, 213; reeligibility of, 213,
240, 369n, 387, 416, 422-25, 500;
term of, 240, 311, 319, 321n, 387-88,
392, 411-14, 422, 496-97; qualifica-
tions of, 310, 315, 483; impeachment
of, 314, 319, 322, 388, 392, 496-97;
compared with British monarch, 369n,
370-71, 445; debate over single exec-
utive, 369n, 387; and prohibition of
granting titles of nobility, 392
-powers of: debate over, 21n, 55, 58-
59, 66n, 70-71, 160, 200, 246-47,
365-66, 369n, 387-93, 394n, 445, 500;
treaty-making, 24, 167-68, 280, 309-
14, 314-19, 324-25, 358-59, 390-91,
391-92, 481-85; appointments, 51,
167, 335, 357, 371-72, 391, 392, 422;
commander in chief, 58, 240, 280,
388-89, 389, 392, 445, 479; pardons,
240, 322-24, 325-26, 388, 389-90,
479-80; veto, 253, 388, 392, 393, 448-
51; receiving ambassadors, 391
See also Cabinet; Executive depart-
ments; House of Representatives,
U.S.; Oaths; Senate, U.S.
PRESS, FREEDOM OF, 26, 159, 208, 211,
218n, 558-59; Mass. amendments fail
to guarantee, 66n; attack on Constitu-
tion's failure to guarantee, 160, 213,
240, 253, 279, 353, 561, 575; defense
of Constitution's failure to guarantee,
202, 382, 437; debate over in Consti-
tutional Convention, 456, 461n; dan-
ger to from post office's policies, 547,
581; as palladium of liberty, 561,
561n, 573, 578-79, 582. See also Bill of
rights
PRICE, RICHARD (England; CC:Vol. 1,
101n), 36-37, 504, 505n
PRIDEAUX, EDMUND (England), 588
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA., 27
PRINTERS AND BOOKSELLERS: selling
Lloyd's Pa. Convention Debates, 78n,
79
-Baltimore: Ambrose Clarke, 79; John
Hayes, 87. See also Goddard, William
-Boston: Adams and Nourse, 551n-
52n; Benjamin Edes, 546. See also
Powars, Edward E.; Russell, Benja-
min
-New York: Berry and Rogers, 79;
Robert Hodge, 79; Elizabeth Holt,
593; Samuel and John Loudon, 79;
John Reid, 175n; John Tiebout, 469n.
See also Greenleaf, Thomas; M'Lean,
Archibald; M'Lean, John; Webster,
Noah
-Newbern, N.C.: Hodge and Wills,
162n, 435n
-Philadelphia: Thomas Bradford, 563;
Dunlap and Claypoole, 546, 563; Hall
and Sellers, 122, 563; John M'Cul-
loch, 563; Thomas Seddon, 79; Mel-
chior Steiner, 563. See also Bailey,
Francis; Carey, Mathew; Dallas,
Alexander J.; Humphreys, Daniel;
Lloyd, Thomas; Oswald, Eleazer; Pe-
titions; Spotswood, William
-Portland, Maine: See Wait, Thomas B.
-Richmond: Augustine Davis, 79
-Winchester, Va.: Matthias Bartgis,
574n, 576n; Nathaniel Willis, 574n,
576n
-Great Britain: John Debrett, 78n;
John Stockdale, 7n
See also Broadsides, books, and pam-
phlets; Newspapers; Post office
PRIvY COUNCIL: needed to assist Presi-
dent, 115, 141; denial of need for,
167-68, 243-47, 369n, 397, 399, 399-
402. See also Cabinet
PROPERTY, PRIVATE, 197, 200, 205, 334,
367, 396; widely owned in U.S., 26;
Constitution endangers, 33, 59, 175,
200, 364-65, 409, 519; government
should protect, 109-10, 221n, 277,
306, 443-44; Constitution protects,
126, 140, 164, 207, 208, 251, 409;
owners of favor Constitution, 170,
190, 231, 585; value of in West will
decline with loss of navigation of Mis-
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