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Introduction.

PROCLAMATION OF NEUTRALITY,

written in 1793,

Likewise,

THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION,

With all the Amendments.

Corrected and Revised.

☞ As a universal wish seemed to prevail that these valuable writings should undergo a revision, and be printed in a form that should in some measure correspond with their high claim to merit, are now offered to the public in a dress which it is believed will meet with general approbation.

GEORGE F. HOPKINS,

Washington's Head, 118 Pearl-street.

Dec 8 P & H tf

The volumes bore, respectively, the following titles:—"The | Federalist, | on the new constitution. | By Publius. | Written in 1788. | To which is added, | Pacificus, | on the proclamation of neutrality. | Written in 1793. | Likewise, | The Federal Constitution, | with all the amendments. | Revised and corrected. | In two volumes. | Vol. I. | Copy-right secured. | New-York: | Printed and sold by George F. Hopkins, | At Washington's Head. | 1802."

"The | Federalist, | on the new constitution. | By Publius. | Written in 1788. | To which is added, | Pacificus, | on the proclamation of neutrality. | Written in 1793. | Likewise, | The Federal Constitution, | with all the amendments. | Revised and corrected. | In two volumes. | Vol. II. | Copy-right secured. | New-York: | Printed and sold by George F. Hopkins, | At Washington's Head. | 1802."

This edition of The Federalist forms two neat octavos, of three hundred and twenty-eight[1] and three hundred

  1. There are two pages each of 167 and 168 in this volume.