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Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions.
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|For context, see Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions; for the actual documents see the Virginia Resolutions of 1798, Kentucky Resolution of 1798, and Kentucky Resolution of 1799.|
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions.1798, 1799.
It has been deemed unnecessary to reprint these resolutions in this series, as this has already been done in various publications. Among the most accessible and convenient of such reprints may be mentioned the following:
American History Leaflets, No. 15. (10c. A. Lowell & Co., New York, 1894). William MacDonald, Editor. Select Documents, illustrative of the History of the United States, 148–160. (The Macmillan Co., New York, 1898.) Howard W. Preston, Documents, illustrative of American History, 283–295. (Putnam's, New York, 1886.) The Federalist (Ford's ed., New York, 1898), Appx. 679–686. Elliot's Debates, 528–532, 540–545 (ed. 1861). For a facsimile of a copy of the Kentucky resolutions of 1798, as sent to the other States, cf. Writings of Jefferson (Ford's ed., New York, 1896), VII, inserted between pages 288 and 289. Jefferson's draft is to be found in his Writings (Ford's ed.), VII, 289–309; Works (ed. 1856), IX, 464–471. Also important portions in Am. History Leaflets, No. 15, 17–21. For history of the same, cf. E. D. Warfield, Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 (New York, 1887). For additional bibliography, cf. Channing and Hart, Guide to American History, § 165.