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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
Republican Committee, 33; abuse of in
newspapers, 78
- letters from, 57-58, 74-79n; cited, 57,
78n
-letters to, 36-37, 178-83n
LEGAL TENDER: See Tender laws
LEGAL WRITERS: See Political and legal
writers and writings
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH: judiciary limits
oppression of, 88; terms of delegates of
should be three to four years, 329. See
also Congress under Constitution;
House of Representatives, U.S.; Senate,
U.S.
LELAND, JOHN (Va.; CC:Vol. 4, 254n), 85
L'ENFANT, PIERRE CHARLES (Va.), 291
LATOMBE, PHILIPPE ANDRt JOSEPH DE
(France): id., 198n
-letter from, 194-99n
LIBELS, 6
LIBERTY: See Bill of rights; Civil liberties;
Due process of law; Natural rights
LINCOLN, BENJAMIN (Mass.; CC:Vol. 2,
332n), 159, 177, 195
- letters from: quoted, 275n, 328; cited,
274
-letters to, 176-77; quoted, 159, 208n,
209n, 375n
LIVERMORE, SAMUEL (N.H.), 186
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT R. (N.Y.; CC:Vol. 5,
393n-94n), 287, 293
LONG ISLAND, N.Y., 70, 271
LOUDON, SAMUEL (N.Y.), 327
Low, SAMUEL (N.Y.), 291
LOWNDES, RAWLINS (S.C.; CC:Vol. 3,
488n): id., 65n; opposes Constitution,
21; and N.Y. Federal Republican Com-
mittee, 35; refuses to serve in S.C. Con-
vention, 51, 57, 67n
- letters from, 50-51; quoted, 35
- speech of in S.C. House of Represen-
tatives: quoted, 65n
LOYALISTS: Federalists linked to, 5, 55,
373; harsh treatment of in S.C., 66n;
wealthy money lenders became, 226;
Antifederalists described as, 260, 378.
See also American Revolution
LUXURIES: excessive importations of, 21,
190, 251, 253-54, 396. See also Com-
merce; Corruption; Virtue
LUZERNE, CESAR-HENRI, COMTE DE LA
(France): id., 18n
437
-letters to, 16-18, 19-20, 165-67n,
171-73n, 194-99n, 260-61, 331-33,
345-50n
M'CALMONT, JAMES (Pa.; CC:Vol. 4, 95n),
371
MCCAUL, ALEXANDER (Scotland): id., 326
-letter from, 326
McGILLIVRAY, ALEXANDER (Ga.), 372;
leads Creeks, 12-13, 152, 153n
McGREGOR, COLLIN (N.Y.; CC:Vol. 4,
140n)
-letter from, 360-61
McHENRY, JAMES* (Md.; CC:Vol. 2, 294n),
64n
McKEAN, THOMAS (Pa.; CC:Vol. 3, 7n,
71n), 268n
McKESSON, JOHN (N.Y.), 301, 305
M'LEAN, ARCHIBALD (N.Y.), 83, 291
M'LEAN, JOHN (Va.), 83, 328
MADISON, JAMES* (Va.; CC:Vol. 1, 219n):
and N.Y. Federal Republican Commit-
tee, 33; receives copy of Monroe's pam-
phlet, 73; on treaties, 149n; on pros-
pects of Va. ratification, 189; as possible
first Vice President of U.S., 325; on site
of federal capital, 366; and call of Con-
stitutional Convention, 388, 388n;
praise of, 388
-letters from, 24-31n, 286-88n, 321-22,
322-24n, 343-45; quoted, 69, 212n,
278, 322n, 323n-24n; cited, 293, 296
-letters to, 148-49; quoted, 15n, 62n,
68-69, 69, 85, 85-86, 146n, 176, 277,
285n-86n, 288n, 324n, 345n; cited,
82n, 212
-The Federalist: as author of, 15, 85, 86,
322, 357n; distribution of, 85, 356n-
57n
MADISON, JAMES, SR. (Va.), 85
MAINE, 149
MANUFACTURES: Constitution will promote,
19, 163, 165, 185, 210, 262, 270; at a
standstill under Confederation, 70; U.S.
will import for many years, 163; should
be encouraged, 170; cotton, 171, 171n,
265; are increasing, 240; and Philadel-
phia celebration, 263-64, 265; U.S. is
not ready to develop on large scale, 362;
Americans should purchase domesti-
cally-produced, 384; benefits of to
American economy, 384; criticism -of
lack of government power to encourage,
396


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