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The substance of a speech delivered by James Wilson, Esq

Wilson, James

The substance of a speech delivered by James Wilson, Esq

Explanatory of the general principles of the proposed Faederal Constitution; upon a motion made by the Honorable Thomas M"Kean, in the Convention of the State of Pennsylvania. On Saturday the 24th of November, 1787.

by Wilson, James

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Published by Printed and sold by Thomas Bradford, in Front-Street, four doors below the coffee-house in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7297, no. 07.
ContributionsDallas, Alexander James, 1759-1817., Pennsylvania. Convention
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination10,[2]p.
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16852951M

Grimes, James W. (James Wilson), Achievements of the western naval flotilla: remarks of Hon. James W. Grimes, of Iowa, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Ma () New naval station at League Island, The () available in print. 1. Pennsylvania, October 6, 2 The Pennsylvania State Legislature was in session when the new Constitution was proposed, so the ratification campaign proceeded immediately, and a large public meeting held October 6, , in the State House (Independence Hall) yard to nominate delegates to the next Pennsylvania Legislature became a forum for debate on ratification.

Substance of the speech of Lord Auckland, in the House of peers, Ap , on the proposed address to His Majesty, respecting the resolutions adopted by the two houses of Parliament, as the basis of a union between Great Britain and Ireland. London: . Hume, James Deacon. Corn Laws. The evidence of James Deacon Hume, esq., late secretary to the Board of trade,upon the Corn law, before the Committee of the House of commons on the import duties in Manchester, ———. Letters on the Corn Laws, and the Rights of the Working Classes, etc. London, Hume, Joseph.

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