The papers of James Madison, purchased by order of Congress; being his correspondence and reports of debates during the Congress of the Confederation and his reports of debates in the Federal convention
- now published from the original manuscripts, deposited in the Department of State, by direction to the Joint Library Committee of Congress, under the superintendence of Henry D. Gilpin.
- Mobile, A. Mygatt, 1842.
- Physical description
- 3 v. facsims. 24 cm.
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- v. 1. Prefatory note. The debates in 1776 on the Declaration of Independence, and on a few of the Articles of Confederation, preserved by Thomas Jefferson. Letters of Mr. Madison preceding the debates of
- 1783. Debates in the Congress of the Confederation, from November 4, 1782, to June 21,
- 1783. Letters contemporary with, and subsequent to, the debates of 1783.--
- v. 2 Debates in the Congress of the Confederation, from February 19th, 1787, to April 25th,
- 1787. Correspondence during and subsequent to the debates in the Congress of the Confederation, from February 15, 1787, to November 2d,
- 1788. Debates in the Federal convention, from Monday, May 14th, 1787, to Monday, August 6th, 1787.--
- v. 3. Debates in the Federal convention, from Tuesday, August 7th, 1787, until its final adjournment, Monday, September 17th,
- 1787. Appendix to the debates. References. Index.
- Publication date
- Paged continuously.
- Stanford copy 1 (RBC): Provenance: Thos B. Nichols (signature).
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