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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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COMMENTARIES ON THE CONSTITUTION
CM  Editors' Note: Publication of Volume II of The Federalist, 28 May  83
759. Publius: The Federalist 78, New York, 28 May                      87
760. Publius: The Federalist 79, New York, 28 May                      94
761. Publius: The Federalist 80, New York, 28 May                      96
762. Publius: The Federalist 81, New York, 28 May                     102
763. Publius: The Federalist 82, New York, 28 May                     111
764. Publius: The Federalist 83, New York, 28 May                     115
765. Publius: The Federalist 84, New York, 28 May                     127
766. Publius: The Federalist 85, New York, 28 May                     137
767. Comte de Moustier to Comte de Montmorin, New York, 29 May (excerpt)  143
768. Baron Beelen-Bertholff to Count Trauttmannsdorf
Philadelphia, 31 May (excerpts)                                   147
769. Hugh Williamson to James Madison, New York, 2 June               148
770. Pennsylvania Packet, 3 June                                      149
771. Comte de Moustier to Comte de Montmorin, New York, 5 June (excerpts)  151
772. Charles Pettit to Robert Whitehill, Philadelphia, 5 June         153
CO  Editors' Note: Curtius, Boston Independent Chronicle, 5 June      158
773. David Ramsay Oration, Charleston Columbian Herald, 5 June        158
774. Gaspard Joseph Amand Ducher to Comte de la Luzerne
Wilmington, N.C., 6 June                                          165
775. John Vaughan to John Langdon, Philadelphia, 6 June               167
776. Nathan Dane to Moses Brown, New York, 7 June                     169
777. Antoine de la Forest to Comte de la Luzerne, New York, 9 June    171
778. Benjamin Franklin to Pierre Samuel DuPont de Nemours
Philadelphia, 9 June (excerpt)                                    173
779. St. John de Crevecoeur to William Short, New York, 10 June (excerpt)  174
780. A Pennsylvanian: To the New York Convention
Pennsylvania Gazette, 11 June                                     175
781. Henry Knox to Benjamin Lincoln, New York, 13 June                176
782. Edmund Pendleton to Richard Henry Lee, Richmond, 14 June         178
783. George Washington to Marquis de Lafayette
Mount Vernon, 18 June (excerpt)                                   183
784. New Jersey Journal, 18 June                                      185
785. New Hampshire Convention Amendments, 21 June                     186
786. Tench Coxe to Timothy Pickering, Philadelphia, 25 June (excerpt)  189
787. Comte de Moustier to Comte de Montmorin, New York, 25 June       189
788. Ezra Stiles Diary, New Haven, 25 June (excerpt)                  194
789. Philippe Andre Joseph de Letombe to Comte de la Luzerne
Boston, 26 June (excerpts)                                        194
790. Virginia Convention Amendments, 27 June                          199
791. Elbridge Gerry to James Warren, Cambridge, Mass., 28 June        206
792. George Washington to Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
Mount Vernon, 28 June                                             207
793. Pennsylvania Mercury, 28 June                                    209
794. Henry Knox to John Sullivan, New York, 29 June                   211
795. The Confederation Congress Receives the New Hampshire
Form of Ratification, New York, 2 July                            212
796. Benjamin Rush to John Adams, Philadelphia, 2 July (excerpts)     213
797. Nathan Dane to Melancton Smith, New York, 3 July                 214
798. Anthony Wayne to Marquis de Lafayette, Savannah, 4 July (excerpt)  220
799. The Celebration of the Fourth of July and the Ratification
of the Constitution                                               221
A. Jonathan Mitchell Sewall Oration
Portsmouth, N.H., 4 July (excerpt)                             221
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