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Substance of an address to a meeting of the citizens of Philadelphia delivered, October sixth, MDCCLXXXVII by the Honorable James Wilson...
An address to the people of the state of New-York on the subject of the Constitution : agreed upon at Philadelphia, the 17th of September, 1787.
Count the cost : an address to the people of Connecticut, on sundry political subjects, and particularly on the proposition for a new constitution
Mr. Dagett's Argument before the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut
An address to the freemen of South Carolina, on the subject of the Federal Constitution : proposed by the Convention, which met in Philadelphia, May, 1787.
Debates of the Convention of the state of Pennsylvania on the Constitution, proposed for the government of the United States : in two volumes.
Speech of Hon. Alex. W. Buel, in defence of the Constitution and the Union. Delivered at a public dinner given to him by his fellow-citizens, at Detroit, November 19, 1850.
An address to the people of the state of New-York : shewing the necessity of making amendments to the Constitution, proposed for the United States, previous to its adoption. By a plebeian.
A dissertation in answer to a late lecture on the political state of America : read in New-Haven, January 12th, 1789, during the adjourned sessions of the honorable legislature : to which is added, a short poem spoken at the same time
Democratic protests against the Lecompton fraud.
Speech of the Honorable James A. Bayard, of Delaware. February 19, 20, 1802. On the bill received from the Senate, entitled "An act to repeal certain acts respecting the organization of the courts of the United States."
A sermon preached before the honorable the Council, and the honorable the Senate, and House of representatives, of the state of New-Hampshire, June 3, 1784.
The address of the minority in the Virginia Legislature to the people of that State : containing a vindication of the constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition laws.
Our danger and duty : two sermons delivered on Wednesday the 30th day of November, 1808,
A sermon preached before His Excellency John Hancock, Esq., governour, His Honor Benjamin Lincoln, Esq., lieutenant-governour, the Honourable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 27, 1789 : being the
The rights of the British colonies asserted and proved