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Note 240, Page 960. Mr. Madison's remarks on this motion are omitted. See Yates' Minutes, 25th June, 1787, Elliot, vol. 1, page 488.

Note 241, Page 962. These remarks of General Pinckney are reported more fully, and somewhat differently, in Yates' Minutes, 26th June, 1787, Elliot, vol. 1, page 489.

Note 242, Page 965.
See the report of this debate in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 489 to 491.

Note 243, Page 969.
See Debates above, page 853, and references at note 207.

Note 244, Page 971. See Debates above, 12th June, 1787, page 853; 13th June, 1787, page 859, 26th July, 1787, page 1221.

See also references at note 206.

Note 245, Page 973. In the Journal of the Federal Convention this vote is thus given: Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, aye 6. Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, South Carolina, Georgia, no—5.

Note 246, Page 973. See Debates above, 12th June, 1787, page 854; 13th June, 1787, page 859; 26th July, 1787, page 1221.

See references at note 206, page 851.

The propositions of 'Dr. Franklin, given below, in the Debates of the 30th June, 1787, page 1009, are stated in his works to have been offered on this day, the 26th June. Franklin's Works, (Sparks' Edition,) vol. 5, page 142,

Note 247, Page 977. This speech of Mr. Martin is reported more fully in Yates' Minutes, 27th and 28th June, 1787, Elliot, vol. 1, page 493 to 497.

Note 248, Page 983.
See Debates above, page 925, and the references at note 226.

Note 249, Page 983.
An explanatory remark of Mr. Martin, in reply, will be found in Yates'
Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 498.

Note 250, Page 984. Some remarks of Mr. Madison in reply to Mr. Sherman, not here given will be found in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 498.

Note 251, Page 986. Franklin's Works, (Sparks' Edition,) vol. 5, page 153.

Nole by Dr. Franklin: “The Convention, except three or four persons, thought prayers unnecessary.”

Note 252, Fage 992.
See Debates above, page 925, and the references at note 226.
Story's Commentaries on the Constitution, vol. 2, page 175.

Note 253, Page 995.
This speech is very fully reported in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 500.

Note 254, Page 998. The remarks of Mr. Madison, at some length, on this resolution, and here omitted, will be found in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 503.

Nole 255, Page 1000. The law of New Hampshire, appointing Delegates, passed on the 27th June; Messrs. Langdon, Pickering, Gillman, and West, were chosen ; on the 23d July, Messrs. Langdon and Gillman took their seats; Messrs. Pickering and West never attended.

Journal of the Federal Convention, pages 17, 196.

Note 256, Page 1004. These speeches of Mr. Wilson and Mr. Ellsworth are very fully reported in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, pages 504, 506.

Note 257, Page 1014. The propositions of Dr. Franklin, offered in the course of this debate, are given in his works, with remarks different from those bere reported; they are also stated to have been offered on the 26th June. Franklin's Works, (Sparks' Edition,) vol. 5, page 142.

This speech of Mr. Bedford is reported somewhat more fully in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 508.

Note 258, Page 1022. See the remarks of Mr. Morris and Mr. Randolph in Yates’ Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 511 to 513.

Note 259, Page 1094 A report of the proceedings in this Grand Committee on the 3d July, 1787, will be found in Yates' Minutes, Elliot, vol. 1, page 514.

Note 260, Page 1039. The two following statements, which have evidently reference to the apportionment of representation according to numbers and taxation, were among the papers transmitted by General B. Bloomfield, executor of David Brearley, to the Department of State. Journal of the Federal Convention, page 159.

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The following quotas of taxation are extracted from the printed Journals of the Old Congress, September 27th, 1785.

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Note 261, Page 10-15.
See Debates above, page 855, and references at note 209.

Note 262, Page 1051. See Debates above, 11th June, 1787, page 843; 19th June, 1787, page 902; 25th June, 1787, page 955; 28th June, 1787, page 983; 29th June, 1787, page 991; 5th July, 1787, page 1024.

See Debates below, 14th July, 1787, page 1098; 16th July, 1787, page 1109; 9th August, 1787, page 1271.

Address of Luther Martin to the Legislature of Maryland, Zith January, 1787, Elliot, vol. 1, page 386.

Note 263, Page 1059. New York—no; in the Journal of the Federal Convention, 10th July, 1787,

page 166.

Note 264, Page 1060. New York-no; in the Journal of the Federal Convention, 10th July, 1787,

page 166.

Note 265, Page 1063. See Debates below, 16th July, 1787, page 1107; 20th July, 1787, page 1152; 26th July, 1787, page 1222; 6th August, 1787, page 1227; 20th August, 1787, page 1377; 21st August, 1787, page 1380.

Debates in the Convention of Massachusetts, 17th January, 1788; Elliot, vol. 2, page 63.

Address of Luther Martin to the Legislature of Maryland, 27th January, 1788; Elliot, vol. 1, page 398.

Debates in the Convention of New York, 230 June, 1788; Elliot, vol. 2, page

267.

The Federalist, No. 55, page 312.

Note 266, Page 1063. This resolution is somewhat different, as given in the Journal of the Federal Convention, 10th July, 1787, page 167.

Note 267, Page 1066. This resolution is somewhat different, as given in the Journal of the Federal Convention, 11th July, 1787, page 168.

Note 268, Page 1087. See Debates above, 11th June, 1787, page 842; 13th June, 1787, page 859; Bth July, 1787, page 1024; 9th July, 1787, page 1052; 10th July, 1787, page 1063; 11th July, 1787, page 1066.

See Debates below, 18th July, 1787, page 1090; 16th July, 1797, page 1108; 26th July, 1787, page 1223; 6th August, 1787, page 1233; 8th August, 1787, page 126); 21st August, 1787, page 1382; 17th September, 1787, page 1599.

Debates in the Convention of Massachusetts, 17th January, 1788; Elliot, vol. 2, page 59; 18th January, 1788, Elliot, vol. 2, page 66.

Debates in the Convention of New York, 20th June, 1788; Elliot, vol. 2, pages 227, 236; 21st June, 1788; Elliot, vol. 2, pages 241, 249; 230 June, 1788, Elliot, vol. 2, page 264.

Debates in the Convention of Virginia, 4th June, 1789, Elliot, vol. 3, pages 44, 60; 6th June, 1788, Elliot, vol. 3, page 119; 7th June, 1789, Elliot, vol. 3, pages 128, 140; 11th Junc, 1789, Elliot, vol. 3, page 244; 12th June, 1788, Elliot, vol. 3, page 305.

Public Journals of Congress, 17th February, 1783, vol. 4, page 162; 13th April, 1783, vol. 4, page 190; 27th September, 1785, vol. 4, page 687; 6th April, 1792, vol. 1, page 563.

Address of Luther Martin to the Legislature of yland, 27th January, 1787, Elliot, vol. 1, pages 386, 405.

Objections of George Mason to the Federal Constitution, Elliot, vol. 1,

page 538.

Letter of Messrs. Yates and Lansing to the Legislature of New York, Elliot, vol. 1, page 517.

The Federalist, No. 36, No. 51, No. 55, and No. 58.

Address of the Minority of the Convention of Pennsylvania to their Constituents, American Museum, vol. 2, pages 547, 551.

Letter of Richard Henry Lee, 16th October, 1787, Elliot, vol. 1, page 645.

Debates in Congress, 14th August, 1789, Gales and Seaton, (First Series,) vol. 1, page 749; 21st August, 1789, vol. 1, page 802.

Jefferson's Works, vol. 4, page 466.
Story's Commentaries on the Constitution, vol. 2, page 147.

Note 269, Page 1095. There are some verbal variations between the resolution as given here, and that in the Journal of the Convention, page 177.

Note 270, Page 1109. See Debates above, pages 1051 and 1087, and references at notes 262 and 268.

Note 271, Page 1109. See Debates above, 29th May, 1787, page 732; 31st May, 1789, page 760; 13th June, 1787, page 859.

See Debates below, 17th July, 1787, page 1114; 6th August, 1787, page 1232.

Note 272, Page 1116.
See Debates above, page 828, and references at note 198.

Note 273, Page 1119.
See Debates above, page 828, and references at note 198.
See Debates below, 230 August, 1787, page 1309.

Note 274, Page 1124. See Debates above, page 770, and references at note 186. Bee Debates below, 24th July, 1787, page 1188; 24th August, 1787,

page 1420.

Note 275, Page 1130.
See Debates above, page 767, and references at note 185.

Note 276, Page 1130.
See Debates above, page 790, and references at note 190.

Note 277, Page 1135.
See Debates above, page 793, and references at note 192,

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