A Foreign Spectator XXIV

"An Essay on the Means of Promoting Federal Sentiments in the United States" In this…

Caesar, Letter I

The Citizens of the State of New-York have received yesterday, from Cato (an ally of…

A Foreign Spectator XXIX

The fate of empires is an object of the first magnitude to the under-standing and…

A Foreign Spectator XXIX

The fate of empires is an object of the first magnitude to the under-standing and…

A Foreign Spectator XXVIII

It is the singular happiness of America, to establish her federal empire at this enlightened…

A Foreign Spectator XXV

My general sketch of additional federal powers has come very near to the plan of…

A Foreign Spectator XXIII

This institution is separate from the university, and will be on the same footing as…

A Foreign Spectator XXI

By the 9th article of confederation "the United States in Congress assembled, have the sole…

A Foreign Spectator XX

The grand federal interest, which is to preserve independency, safety and peace, requires, next to…

A Foreign Spectator XV

I have now shewn, how federal sentiments must be acquired by education, manners, laws, morals,…

A Foreign Spectator X

In America, the sudden influx of money and foreign luxury, could not have produced the…

A Foreign Spectator VII

It cannot be too well considered, that as Republicans govern themselves and each other, they…

A Foreign Spectator VI

Independent Gazetteer, 16 August 1787 It cannot be too well considered, that as Republicans govern…

A Foreign Spectator IV

Independent Gazetteer, 10 August 1787 Civil society becomes, in its natural progress, by degrees more…

A Foreign Spectator I

An ESSAY on the Means of Promoting Federal Sentiments in the United States by a…