History of the Origin, Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United States: With Notices of Its Principal Framers, Том 2

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Report of the Committee of Detail continued Election
388
Mode of filling the Vacancy when there is no VicePresident
398
Choice of President and VicePresident 890
403
Qualifications for the Presidency
404
Powers of the President 409 et
412
To give Information on the State of the Union
419
Its Purposes 431445
431
CHAPTER XV
447
Oath to support the Constitution Mode of Amend
468
Settlement of the Mode of Amending the Constitution 474477
474
Reception of the Instrument in Congress 499
483
Establishment of the Constitution provided for 479485 Signatures of the Delegates 485487
485
CHAPTER I
491
Publication of the Constitution 495 Its Friends and Opponents 495 496 Position of the People 497498
497
Reception in Massachusetts
501
Course recommended by Jefferson
508
Local Parties in the State 599
510
State of Opinion in New Hampshire
514
James Wilson in the Convention of Pennsylvania 520 His Defence of the Constitution 521524
521
Ratifies the Constitution
527
Value of her State Constitution
532
Ratification procured by them
538
Good News from South Carolina
544
Hamiltons Expresses arranged
550
Unexpectedly supports the Constitution
556
Jeffersons Advice misconstrued
564
Nature of his Ambition 570571
570
He despatches a Courier to Richmond
578
Elaborate Procession in Honor of the Constitution 583 Hamilton receives the News from Virginia
584
The City of New York celebrates the Adoption of the Constitution
592
Elements of the Opposition in Rhode Island
598
Town and Country divided
600
APPENDIX
607
Articles in Addition to and Amendment of the Constitution of
619

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