Extract of a Letter From New York dated December 7th

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To the Printers of the Virginia Journal and Alexandria  Advertiser. Gentlemen, At this important crisis…

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“I Aim at reformation, not satire; as I mean no invidious reflections, but only to…

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The following sheets contain the information given by me to the legislature of Maryland, when…

Agrippa XV

To the Massachusetts Convention. Gentlemen, As it is essentially necessary to the happiness of a…

Agrippa XIV Part 2

(Concluded from our last.) The Massachusetts Convention. Gentlemen, This appears to be the universal effect…

Agrippa XII Part 3

(Concluded from our last.) To the Massachusetts Convention. Gentlemen, To tell us that we ought…

Agrippa IV

To the People. Having considered some of the principal advantages of the happy form of…

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The next powers vested by this constitution in the general government, which we shall consider,…

Brutus XII (Part 1)

In my last, I shewed, that the judicial power of the United States under the…

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Mr. Randolph took this opportunity to state his objections to the System. They turned on…

Speech to Maryland State House of Delegates

Mr. Speaker. When I join’d the Convention I found that Mr. Randolph had laid before…

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  Mr. Speaker, Convention having deposited their proceedings with their Worthy President, and by a…

Agrippa XII Part 1

To the Massachusetts Convention Gentlemen, Suffer an individual to lay before you his contemplations on…

George Mason Speech

Mr. Chairman—Whether the Constitution be good or bad, the present clause clearly discovers, that it…

Agrippa XII Part 2

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Agrippa IX

To the People. We come now to the second and last article of complaint against…

Brutus VI

It is an important question, whether the general government of the United States should be…

Agrippa VI

To the People. To prevent any mistakes, or misapprehensions of the argument, stated in my…

Philadelphiensis IV

I SAMUEL iii [viii]. 18-And ye shall cry out in that day, because of your…

Agrippa XVI

To the Massachusetts Convention. Gentlemen, In my last address I ascertained, from historical records, the…

Maryland Farmer

Many people seem to be convinced that the proposed Constitution is liable to a number…

Maryland Farmer No. 3, part 2

America is a present divided into three classes or descriptions of men, and in a…

Centinel 1

Permit one of yourselves to put you in mind of certain liberties and privileges secured…

A Foreign Spectator XXIV

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

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LETTER VI. DECEMBER 25, 1787. DEAR SIR, My former letters to you, respecting the constitution…

Response to the Maryland Landholder X

To THE PUBLIC. An elegant writer, under the signature of "A LANDHOLDER," having, in a…

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To the Editor of the Federal Gazette.Sir, I observe, that you have republished the Landholder,…

Philadelphiensis XII

My Fellow-Citizens, The essays under the signature of Philadelphiensis are represented as without argument, and…

Centinel XVIII

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Address No. 4

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Address No. 3

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Centinel XVII

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Address No. 2

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Address No. 1

To the CITIZENS of MARYLAND. To you, my fellow-citizens, I hold myself in a particular…

Philadelphiensis XI

My Fellow Citizens, Every day opens a new scene of the baseness of the conspirators,…

Centinel XVI

To THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fellow-Citizens, The new constitution instead of being the panecea or…

Centinel XV

To THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fellow-Citizens, There are few of the maxims or opinions we…

Genuine Information XII

Mr. MARTIN’S Information to the House of Assembly, concluded. The part of the system, which…

Philadelphiensis IX

Instamus tamen immemores, cacique furore, Et monstrum infelix sacrata sistimus arce. VIRG. TRANSLATION. Thus we,…

Old Whig VIII

MR. PRINTER, It is the fate of political controversies to begin with argument and end…

Centinel XIV

To THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fellow-Citizens, I am happy to find the comment that I…

Genuine Information X

Mr. MARTIN’S Information to the House of Assembly, continued. By the third article, the judicial…

Centinel XIII

To THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fellow--Citizens, The conspirators are putting your good sense, patriotism and…

Genuine Information IX

Mr. MARTIN’S Information to the House of Assembly, continued. The second article, relates to the…

Philadelphiensis VIII

"This is true liberty; when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free;…

A Copy of a Letter from Centinel

Copy of a Letter from the Author of the CENTINEL to his Friend in —…

Centinel XII

To THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fellow--Citizens, Conscious guilt has taken the alarm, thrown out the…

Genuine Information VIII

Mr. MARTIN'S Information to the House of Assembly, continued. It was urged that by this…
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