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The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, Volume 3, by Max Farrand
Appendix A. Supplementary Records of Proceedings in Convention

Appendix A—Supplementary Records of Proceedings in Convention

  • I. Resolution of Congress, February 21, 1787.
  • II. Governor to Naval Officers of North Carolina, March 1,
  • III. Otto to Montmorin, April 10,
  • IV. Caswell to Martin, April 11,
  • V. Resolution of Congress, April 23,
  • VI. Jackson to Washington, April 24,
  • VIa. Ingersoll to Johnson, April 28,
  • VII. Several Gentlemen of Rhode Island to Chairman of Convention, May 11,
  • VIII. Washington’s Diary, May 14–15,
  • IX. Madison to Jefferson, May 15,
  • X. Washington’s Diary, May 16–17,
  • XI. Franklin to Price, May 18,
  • XII. Franklin to Jordan, May 18,
  • XIII. Washington’s Diary, May 18–19,
  • XIIIa. Pennsylvania Journal, May 19,
  • XIV. Washington to Lee, May 20,
  • XV. Mason to his Son, May 20,
  • XVI. Mason to Lee, May 21,
  • XVII. Read to Dickinson, May 21,
  • XVIII. Washington’s Diary, May 21–24,
  • XIX. Grayson to Madison, May 24,
  • XIXa. King to Wadsworth, May 24,
  • XX. Washington’s Diary, May 25,
  • XXI. Madison to Pendleton, May 27,
  • XXII. Madison to his Father, May 27,
  • XXIII. Mason to his Son, May 27,
  • XXIV. Randolph to Randolph, May 27,
  • XXV. Washington’s Diary, May 28,
  • XXVI. Blount to Caswell, May 28,
  • XXVII. Grayson to Monroe, May 29,
  • XXVIII. Knox to Washington, May 29,
  • XXIX. Davie to Iredell, May 30,
  • XXX. Washington to Jefferson, May 30,
  • XXXI. Washington’s Diary, May 30–June 1,
  • XXXII. Mason to his Son, June 1, 1787.
  • XXXIII. Washington’s Diary, June 2,
  • XXXIV. Rush to Price, June 2,
  • XXXV. Wadsworth to King, June 3,
  • XXXVa. Washington’s Diary, June 4,
  • XXXVI. Washington to La Fayette, June 6,
  • XXXVII. Madison to Jefferson, June 6,
  • XXXVIII. Randolph to Randolph, June 6,
  • XXXVIIIa. Madison to Short, June 6,
  • XXXIX. Brearley to Dayton, June 9,
  • XL. Carrington to Jefferson, June 9,
  • XLI. Otto to Montmorin, June 10,
  • XLII. Gerry to Monroe, June 11,
  • XLIII. Spaight to Caswell, June 12,
  • XLIV. North Carolina Delegates to Caswell, June 14,
  • XLV. Varnum to Washington, June 18,
  • XLVI. Dane to King, June 19,
  • XLVII. Randolph to Randolph, June 21,
  • XLVIII. Morris to his Sons, June 25,
  • XLIX. Johnson to his Son, June 27,
  • L. Mason to Randolph, June 30,
  • LI. Washington to Stuart, July 1,
  • LII. Governor to North Carolina Delegates, July 1,
  • LIII. Bond to Carmarthen, July 2,
  • LIIIa. Washington’s Diary, July 2,
  • LIV. Hamilton to Washington, July 3,
  • LV. Spaight to Iredell, July 3,
  • LVI. Dane to King, July 5,
  • LVII. Williamson to Iredell, July 8,
  • LVIII. Randolph’s Suggestion for Conciliating Small States, July 10,
  • LIX. Washington to Hamilton, July 10,
  • LX. Blount to Caswell, July 10,
  • LXI. Randolph to Randolph, July 12,
  • LXII. Manasseh Cutler: Journal, July 13,
  • LXIII. Wythe to ————, July 16,
  • LXIV. Davie to Iredell, July 17,
  • LXV. Madison to Jefferson, July 18,
  • LXVa. Pennsylvania Packet, July 19,
  • LXVI. Williamson to Iredell, July 22,
  • LXVII. Franklin to Jones, July 22,
  • LXVIII. Jay to Washington, July 25,
  • LXIX. Otto to Montmorin, July 25,
  • LXX. Caswell to Spaight, July 26, 1787.
  • LXXI. Hamilton to Auldjo, July 26,
  • LXXII. Martin to Caswell, July 27,
  • LXXIII. Washington’s Diary, July 27,
  • LXXIV. Monroe to Jefferson, July 27,
  • LXXV. Madison to his Father, July 28,
  • LXXVI. Gilman to Gilman, July 31,
  • LXXVIa. Butler to Butler, August 1,
  • LXXVII. McClurg to Madison, August 5,
  • LXXVIII. Washington’s Diary, August 6,
  • LXXIX. Davie to Iredell, August 6,
  • LXXX. North Carolina Delegates to Governor, August 7,
  • LXXXI. Spaight to Iredell, August 12,
  • LXXXII. Madison to his Father, August 12,
  • LXXXIII. Gerry to Warren, August 13,
  • LXXXIIIa. Pennsylvania Herald, August 15,
  • LXXXIV. Washington to LaFayette, August 15,
  • LXXXV. Washington to Knox, August 19,
  • LXXXVI. Hamilton to King, August 20,
  • LXXXVII. Williamson to Caswell, August 20,
  • LXXXVIII. Blount to Caswell, August 20,
  • LXXXIX. Martin to Caswell, August 20,
  • XC. Brearley to Paterson, August 21,
  • XCI. McClurg to Madison, August 22,
  • XCII. Pennsylvania Journal, August 22,
  • XCIII. Randolph to Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, August 22,
  • XCIV. Davie to Caswell, August 23,
  • XCIVa. Pennsylvania Packet, August 23,
  • XCV. Stiles’s Diary, August 27,
  • XCVI. Hamilton to King, August 28,
  • XCVII. Gorham to Strong, August 29,
  • XCVIII. Jefferson to Adams, August 30,
  • XCIX. Washington to Jay, September 2,
  • C. Randolph to Randolph, September 2,
  • CI. Madison to his Father, September 4,
  • CII. Collins to St. Clair, September 4,
  • CIII. Madison to Jefferson, September 6,
  • CIV. Phillips to the Convention, September 7,
  • CV. Dayton to Dayton, September 9,
  • CVI. Jones to Madison, September 13,
  • CVII. Sydney to Lord Dorchester, September 14,
  • CVIII. Dickinson to Read, September 15,
  • CIX. Washington’s Diary, September 15, 1787.
  • CX. Washington’s Diary, September 17,
  • CXI. Jackson to Washington, September 17,
  • CXIa. Pennsylvania Herald, September 18,
  • CXII. Gilman to Sullivan, September 18,
  • CXIII. Gilman to Gilman, September 18,
  • CXIV. Randolph to Randolph, September 18,
  • CXV. North Carolina Delegates to Governor, September 18,
  • CXVI. McHenry: Anecdotes.
  • CXVII. Anecdote: Morris and Washington.
  • CXVIII. Pierce: Anecdote.
  • CXIX. Pierce: Character Sketches of Delegates.
  • CXX. Franklin to Mrs. Mecom, September 20,
  • CXXI. Madison to Pendleton, September 20,
  • CXXII. Carrington to Madison, September 23,
  • CXXIII. Sherman and Ellsworth to Governor of Connecticut, September 26,
  • CXXIV. Pierce to Tucker, September 28,
  • CXXV. Wilson: Address to Citizens of Philadelphia, October 6,
  • CXXVI. Mason to Washington, October 7,
  • CXXVIa. Butler to Butler, October 8,
  • CXXVII. Washington to Humphreys, October 10,
  • CXXVIII. Letter to Jefferson, October 11,
  • CXXIX. Pinckney: Observations on Plan of Government.
  • CXXX. Madison to Washington, October 14,
  • CXXXI. Randolph to Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, October 16,
  • CXXXII. Washington to Stuart, October 17,
  • CXXXIII. Gerry to Massachusetts Legislature, October 18,
  • CXXXIV. Madison to Washington, October 18,
  • CXXXV. Washington to Madison, October 22,
  • CXXXVI. Franklin to Grand, October 22,
  • CXXXVII. Madison to Jefferson, October 24,
  • CXXXVIIa. Madison to Short, October 24,
  • CXXXVIII. Madison to Pendleton, October 28,
  • CXXXIX. Ellsworth: A Landholder. (November 5,)
  • CXL. Washington to Mrs. Graham, November 16,
  • CXLI. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, November 23,
  • CXLII. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, November 24,
  • CXLIII. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, November 26,
  • CXLIV. Ellsworth: The Landholder. (November 26,)
  • CXLV. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, November 28, 1787.
  • CXLVI. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, November 28,
  • CXLVIa. McHenry before Maryland House of Delegates, November 29,
  • CXLVIb. Martin before Maryland House of Delegates, November 29,
  • CXLVII. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, November 30,
  • CXLVIII. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, December 3,
  • CXLIX. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, December 4,
  • CL. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, December 7,
  • CLI. Ellsworth: The Landholder. (December 10,)
  • CLII. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, December 11,
  • CLIII. Wilson in Pennsylvania Convention, December 11,
  • CLIV. Ellsworth: The Landholder. (December 17,)
  • CLV. Madison to Washington, December 20,
  • CLVI. Stiles’s Diary, December 21,
  • CLVII. Ellsworth: The Landholder. December 24,
  • CLVIII. Martin’s Genuine Information, December 28,
  • CLIX. Otto to Montmorin. Character Sketches.
  • CLX. Williamson: On New Plan of Government, 1788.
  • CLXI. Hamilton: The Federalist, No. XXXIII (January 3,)
  • CLXII. Gerry: Reply to A Landholder, I. (January 5,)
  • CLXIII. Ellsworth in Connecticut Convention, January 7,
  • CLXIV. Washington to Randolph, January 8,
  • CLXV. R. Morris to a Friend, January,
  • CLXVI. Madison: The Federalist, No. XXXVII (January 11,)
  • CLXVII. Yates and Lansing to Governor of New York.
  • CLXVIII. Strong in Massachusetts Convention, January 15,
  • CLXIX. Strong in Massachusetts Convention, January 16,
  • CLXX. Debate in South Carolina Legislature, January 16,
  • CLXXI. C. C. Pinckney in South Carolina House of Representatives, January 17,
  • CLXXII. King in Massachusetts Convention, January 17,
  • CLXXIII. C. C. Pinckney in South Carolina House of Representatives, January 18,
  • CLXXIV. Madison: The Federalist, No. XL. (January 18,)
  • CLXXV. Martin’s Defense of Gerry. January 18,
  • CLXXVI. Strong in Massachusetts Convention, January 18,
  • CLXXVII. Proceedings in Massachusetts Convention, January 19,
  • CLXXVIII. King and Strong in Massachusetts Convention, January 19,
  • CLXXIX. Belknap to Hazard, January 20,
  • CLXXX. Lincoln to Washington, January 20,
  • CLXXXI. Gerry to Vice President of Massachusetts Convention, January 21, 1788.
  • CLXXXII. King in Massachusetts Convention, January 21,
  • CLXXXIII. King in Massachusetts Convention, January 24,
  • CLXXXIV. King in Massachusetts Convention, January 28,
  • CLXXXV. L. Martin to Deye, January 29,
  • CLXXXVI. Washington to La Fayette, February 7,
  • CLXXXVII. Franklin to Le Veillard, February 17,
  • CLXXXVIII. Madison: The Federalist, No. LXII.
  • CLXXXIX. Ellsworth: The Landholder, X. (February 29,)
  • CXC. Martin’s Reply to The Landholder, March 3,
  • CXCI. Martin’s Reply to The Landholder, March 14,
  • CXCII. Martin’s Reply to The Landholder, March 19,
  • CXCIII. Martin’s Letter to the Citizens of Maryland, March 25,
  • CXCIV. Nicholas to Madison, April 5,
  • CXCV. Franklin to Editor of Federal Gazette, April 8,
  • CXCVI. Madison to Randolph, April 10,
  • CXCVII. Franklin to LeVeillard, April 22,
  • CXCVIII. Washington to La Fayette, April 28,
  • CXCIX. Gerry: Reply to a Landholder, II, April 30,
  • CC. Pinckney: Letter in State Gazette of South Carolina, May 2,
  • CCa. Butler to Butler, May 5,
  • CCI. Dickinson: Letters of Fabius, May,
  • CCII. Mason to Jefferson, May 26,
  • CCIII. Carroll to Madison, May 28,
  • CCIV. Williamson to Madison, June 2,
  • CCV. Randolph in Virginia Convention, June 4,
  • CCVI. Randolph in Virginia Convention, June 6,
  • CCVII. Randolph in Virginia Convention, June 7,
  • CCVIII. Randolph in Virginia Convention, June 10,
  • CCIX. Madison in Virginia Convention, June 12,
  • CCX. Debate in Virginia Convention, June 14,
  • CCXI. Daniel Carroll: Notes and Correspondence.
  • CCXII. Debate in Virginia Convention, June 17,
  • CCXIII. Madison in Virginia Convention, June 18,
  • CCXIV. Debate in Virginia Convention, June 19,
  • CCXV. Madison in Virginia Convention, June 20,
  • CCXVI. Hamilton in New York Convention, June 20,
  • CCXVII. Debate in Virginia Convention, June 21,
  • CCXVIII. Debate in New York Convention, June 23,
  • CCXIX. Debate in New York Convention, June 24, 1788.
  • CCXX. Randolph in Virginia Convention, June 25,
  • CCXXI. Debate in New York Convention, June 28,
  • CCXXII. Smith in New York Convention, July 4,
  • CCXXIII. Cutting to Jefferson, July 11,
  • CCXXIV. Washington to Newenham, July 20,
  • CCXXV. Debate in North Carolina Convention, July 24,
  • CCXXVI. Davie in North Carolina Convention, July 25,
  • CCXXVII. Debate in North Carolina Convention, July 26,
  • CCXXVIII. Debate in North Carolina Convention, July 28,
  • CCXXIX. Davie in North Carolina Convention, July 29,
  • CCXXX. Spaight in North Carolina Convention, July 30,
  • CCXXXI. Lansing and Yates to Smith, October 3,
  • CCXXXII. Madison to Mazzei, October 8,
  • CCXXXIII. Dorchester to Sydney, October 14,
  • CCXXXIV. Franklin to LaRochefoucauld, October 22,
  • CCXXXV. Madison to Turberville, November 2,
  • CCXXXVI. Sherman: Citizen of New Haven, December 4,
  • CCXXXVII. Pinckney to King, January 26, 1789.
  • CCXXXVIII. Pinckney to Madison, March 28,
  • CCXXXIX. Madison in House of Representatives, May 13,
  • CCXL. Madison in House of Representatives, May 15,
  • CCXLI. Debate in House of Representatives, May 19,
  • CCXLII. Debate in House of Representatives, June 8,
  • CCXLIII. Sherman in House of Representatives, June 18,
  • CCXLIV. Baldwin in House of Representatives, June 19,
  • CCXLV. Sherman to Adams, July 20,
  • CCXLVI. Sherman in House of Representatives, August 14,
  • CCXLVII. Madison to Randolph, August 21,
  • CCXLVIII. Sherman in House of Representatives, August 21,
  • CCXLIX. Washington and Jefferson: Anecdote.
  • CCL. Sherman in House of Representatives February 3, 1790.
  • CCLI. Baldwin in House of Representatives, February 12,
  • CCLII. Gerry in House of Representatives, February 25,
  • CCLIII. Coxe to Madison, March 31,
  • CCLIV. Madison in House of Representatives, April 22,
  • CCLV. Sherman in House of Representatives, May 3,
  • CCLVI. Sherman in House of Representatives, May 25,
  • CCLVII. Madison in House of Representatives, February 2, 1791.
  • CCLVIII. Gerry in House of Representatives, February 7,
  • CCLIX. Jefferson: On the National Bank, February 15,
  • CCLX. Hamilton: On the National Bank, February 23, 1791.
  • CCLXI. Baldwin in House of Representatives, November 10,
  • CCLXII. Gerry in House of Representatives, November 21,
  • CCLXIII. Dayton in House of Representatives, December 22,
  • CCLXIV. Williamson in House of Representatives, January 24, 1792,
  • CCLXV. Williamson in House of Representatives, February 3,
  • CCLXVI. Madison in House of Representatives, February 6,
  • CCLXVII. Jefferson: Anas, April 9,
  • CCLXVIII. Hamilton to Carrington, May 26,
  • CCLXIX. Mason’s Account of Certain Proceedings in Convention, September 30,
  • CCLXX. Hamilton: Reply to Anonymous Charges.
  • CCLXXI. Anonymous Letter to Hamilton, August 30, 1793.
  • CCLXXII. Baldwin in House of Representatives, March 14, 1796.
  • CCLXXIII. Secretary of State received Convention Papers from Washington, March 19,
  • CCLXXIV. Washington: Message to House of Representatives, March 30,
  • CCLXXV. Madison to Jefferson, April 4,
  • CCLXXVI. Madison in House of Representatives, April 6,
  • CCLXXVII. Findley in House of Representatives, January 23, 1798.
  • CCLXXVIII. Baldwin: Incident in House of Representatives, March 11,
  • CCLXXIX. Pinckney in House of Representatives, May 10,
  • CCLXXX. Debate in House of Representatives, June 16–20,
  • CCLXXXI. Gallatin in House of Representatives, June 19,
  • CCLXXXII. Baldwin in House of Representatives, January 11, 1799.
  • CCLXXXIII. Baldwin in House of Representatives, January 15,
  • CCLXXXIV. Madison to Jefferson, February 8,
  • CCLXXXV. Morris: Oration upon Washington.
  • CCLXXXVI. Debate in United States Senate, January 23, 1800.
  • CCLXXXVII. Pinckney in United States Senate, March 5,
  • CCLXXXVIII. Pinckney in United States Senate, March 28,
  • CCLXXXIX. Morris in United States Senate, January 8, 1802.
  • CCXC. Morris in United States Senate, January 14, 1802.
  • CCXCI. Morris to President of New York Senate, December 25,
  • CCXCII. Hamilton’s Proposals in Federal Convention.
  • CCXCIII. Wood to Bancroft, March 6, 1880 (1802).
  • CCXCIV. Pickering to Hamilton, April 5, 1803.
  • CCXCV. Hamilton to Pickering, September 16,
  • CCXCVI. Pickering to Hamilton, October 18,
  • CCXCVII. Dayton in United States Senate, October 24,
  • CCXCVIII. King to Pickering, November 4,
  • CCXCIX. Butler in United States Senate, November 23,
  • CCC. Dayton in United States Senate, November 24,
  • CCCI. Morris to Livingston, November 25,
  • CCCII. Dayton in United States Senate, November 29,
  • CCCIII. Debate in United States Senate, December 2,
  • CCCIV. Morris to Livingston, December 4,
  • CCCV. Morris to Morris, December 10,
  • CCCVI. Impeachment of Chase, February 23–25, 1804.
  • CCCVII. Dayton in United States Senate, March 19,
  • CCCVIII. Madison to Webster, October 12,
  • CCCIX. Governor Lewis to ————,
  • CCCX. Genet: Letter to Electors, 1808.
  • CCCXI. Madison to Jefferson, July 17, 1810.
  • CCCXII. Eppes to Madison, November 1,
  • CCCXIII. Morris to Walsh, February 5, 1811.
  • CCCXIV. Morris to Pickering, December 22, 1814.
  • CCCXV. Morris to Kent, January 12, 1815.
  • CCCXVI. Jefferson to Adams, August 10,
  • CCCXVII. Morris to Wells, February 24,
  • CCCXVIII. King in United States Senate, March 20, 1816.
  • CCCXIX. William Few: Autobiography.
  • CCCXX. Madison to Adams, December 23, 1817.
  • CCCXXI. Madison to Monroe, December 27,
  • CCCXXII. King in United States Senate, January 12, 1818.
  • CCCXXIII. Resolution of Congress, March 27,
  • CCCXXIV. Madison to Adams, November 2,
  • CCCXXV. Adams: Memoirs, November 19,
  • CCCXXVI. Pinckney to Adams, December 30,
  • CCCXXVII. King in United States Senate, March, 1819.
  • CCCXXVIII. Adams: Memoirs, May 13-June 2,
  • CCCXXIX. Madison to Adams, June 7,
  • CCCXXX. Madison to Adams, June 27,
  • CCCXXXI. Madison to Roane, September 2,
  • CCCXXXII. Madison to Walsh, November 27, 1819.
  • CCCXXXIII. Madison to Walsh, January 11, 1820.
  • CCCXXXIV. Lowrie in United States Senate, January 20,
  • CCCXXXV. Madison to Monroe, February 10,
  • CCCXXXVI. Pinckney in House of Representatives, February 14.,
  • CCCXXXVII. Madison to Adams, June 13,
  • CCCXXXVIII. Pinckney in House of Representatives, February 13, 1821.
  • CCCXXXIX. Madison to Gales, August 26,
  • CCCXL. Madison to Ritchie, September 15,
  • CCCXLI. Madison to Jackson, December 27,
  • CCCXLII. Madison: Note to Speech on Right of Suffrage.
  • CCCXLIII. Madison: General Remarks on Convention.
  • CCCXLIV. Adams: Memoirs, January 9–11, 1823.
  • CCCXLV. Madison to Hay, August 23,
  • CCCXLVI. King to King, September 29,
  • CCCXLVII. Madison to Jefferson, January 14, 1824.
  • CCCXLVIII. King in United States Senate, March 18,
  • CCCXLIX. King to King, March 23,
  • CCCL. Madison to Livingston, April 17,
  • CCCLI. Madison to Lee, June 25,
  • CCCLII. Madison to Lee, January 14, 1825.
  • CCCLIII. Cobb in United States Senate, February 23,
  • CCCLIV. Benton on King’s Retiring from Senate.
  • CCCLV. Steele: Anecdote of Convention, September,
  • CCCLVI. Madison to Stevenson, March 25, 1826.
  • CCCLVII. Madison to Cooper, December 26,
  • CCCLVIII. Madison to Smith, February 2, 1827.
  • CCCLIX. Madison to Everett, June 3, 1827.
  • CCCLX. Pickering to Jackson, September 2,
  • CCCLXI. Madison to Mason, December 29,
  • CCCLXII. Pitkin: On Signing the Constitution, 1828.
  • CCCLXIII. Madison to Van Buren, May 13,
  • CCCLXIV. Madison to Cabell, September 18,
  • CCCLXV. Madison to Cabell, February 2, 1829.
  • CCCLXVI. Madison to Cabell, February 13,
  • CCCLXVII. Sparks: Journal, April 19-May 4, 1830.
  • CCCLXVIII. Adams: Memoirs, May 4,
  • CCCLXIX. Sparks to Madison, May 5,
  • CCCLXX. Madison to Hurlbert, May,
  • CCCLXXI. Madison to Hillhouse, May,
  • CCCLXXII. Madison to Stevenson, November 27,
  • CCCLXXIII. Madison to Teft, December 3, 1830.
  • CCCLXXIV. Madison to Chapman, January 6, 1831.
  • CCCLXXV. Madison to Ingersoll, February 2,
  • CCCLXXVI. Madison to Sedgewick, February 12,
  • CCCLXXVII. Madison to Robertson, March 27,
  • CCCLXXVIII. Sparks to Madison, March 30,
  • CCCLXXIX. Madison to Sparks, April 8,
  • CCCLXXX. Madison to Paulding, April,
  • CCCLXXXI. Madison to Paulding, April,
  • CCCLXXXII. Madison to Paulding, June 6,
  • CCCLXXXIII. Madison to Sparks, June 27,
  • CCCLXXXIV. Madison to Paulding, June 27,
  • CCCLXXXV. Madison on Pinckney Plan.
  • CCCLXXXVI. Sparks to Madison, November 14,
  • CCCLXXXVII. Madison to Sparks, November 25,
  • CCCLXXXVIII. Madison to Trist, December,
  • CCCLXXXIX. Madison to Austin, February 6, 1832.
  • CCCXC. Madison to Davis,
  • CCCXCI. Madison to Rives, October 21, 1833.
  • CCCXCII. Madison to Tyler,
  • CCCXCIII. Madison to Grimke, January 6, 1834.
  • CCCXCIV. Madison to Cogswell, March 10,
  • CCCXCV. Trist: Memoranda, September 27,
  • CCCXCVI. Madison to Coles, October 15,
  • CCCXCVII. Madison to Duer, June 15, 1835.
  • CCCXCVIII. Madison on Nullification, 1835–6.
  • CCCXCIX. Madison to Wood, February 27,
  • CCCC. Madison to ————, March,
  • CCCCI. Madison: Preface to Debates.

Supplement

  • CCCCII. Johnson’s Diary, June 1–September 18, 1787.
  • CCCCIII. Dickinson: Extract from letter.