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Author

"Publius" (pseudonym: Alexander Hamilton ( or 1757 – ), James Madison (), and John Jay ()).


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Editor

Henry Barton Dawson ().

Title The Fœderalist.
Subtitle

A Collection of Essays, Written in Favor of the New Constitution, as Agreed upon by the Fœderal Convention, September 17, 1787. Reprinted from the Original Text. With an Historical Introduction and Notes, by Henry B. Dawson. In Two Volumes.

Volume

I (only one volume published).

Authority control

 OCLC: 60721184

Publisher

Charles Scribner, 124 Grand Street; Sampson Low, Son & Co.

Year of publication

1863.

Place of publication

New York City; London

Language

English

Description

The Dawson edition rejects edits introduced in the Hopkins (1802) and Gideon (1818) editions.

Source

Internet Archive, from Harvard Library.

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