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is XII. The Utility of the Union in respect to Revenue

.... 121

XIII. The same Subject continued, with a view to Economy.. 120

XIV. An Objection drawn from the Extent of Country

answered.........

131

XV. Concerning the Defects of the Present Confederation,

in Relation to the Principle of Logislation for the

States in their Collective Capacities........

138

XVI. The same Subject continued, in Relation to the same

Principles

147

XVII. The Subject continued, and Illustrated by Examples, to

show the Tendency of Federal Governments, rather

to Anarchy among the Members, than Tyranny in

the Head..........

... 153

XVIII.' The Subject continued, with farther Examples ............ 158

XIX. The Subject continued, with farther Examples ............ 165

XX. The same Subject continued, with farther Examples..... 172

XXI. Further Defects of the Present Constitution ....

178

XXII. The same Subject continued and concluded............... 18

XXIII. The Necessity of a Government at least equally Ener-

getic with the one proposed........

195

XXIV. The Subject continued, with an Answer to an Objection

concerning Standing Armies.........

201

XXV. The Subject continued, with the same View....

207

XXVI. The Subject continued, with the same View................ 213

XXVII. The Subject continued, with the same View....

225

XXVIII. The same Subject continued .........

235

XXIX. Concerning the Militia..........

239

XXX. Concerning Taxation .........

240

XXXI. The same Subject continued

243

XXXII. The same Subject continued.........

248

XXXIII. The same Subject continued .......

258

XXXIV. The same Subject continued ......

259

XXXV. The same Subject continued .....

XXXVI. The same Subject continued ..............

273

XXXVII. Concerning the Difficulties which the Convention must

have experienced in the Formation of a Proper Plan., 282

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XXXVIII, The Subject continued, and the Incoherence of the Ob-

jections to the Plan exposed

291

XXXIX. The Conformity of the Plan to Republican Principles : V x

An Objection in Respect to the Powers of the Con-

vention examined............

XL. The same Objection further examined................. .... 309

XLI. General View of the Powers proposed to be Vested in

the Union........

.... 318

XLII. The same View continued...........

329

XLIII. The same View continued ..........

338

XLIV. The same View continued and concluded.................... 349

XLV. A further Discussion of the Supposed Danger from the

Powers of the Union to the State Governments......... 358 X

XLVI. Subject of the Last Paper resumed; with an

Examination of the Comparative Means of Influence

of the Federal and State Governments

305 x


XLVII. The Meaning of the Maxim, which requires a Soparation

of the Departments of Power, examined and ascer-

tained........

373 X

XLVIII. The same Subject continued, with a View to the Means

of giving Efficacy in Practice to that Maxim ............. 382

XLIX. The same Subject continued, with the same View ........ 388

L. The same Subject continued, with the same View......... 393

LI. The same Subject_continued, with the same Viow, and

concluded...........

397

LII. Concerning the House of Representatives, with a View

to the Qualifications of the Electors and Elected, and

Time of Service of the Members ......

LIII. The same Subject continued, with a View of the Term

of Servico of tho Members........ .....

409

LIV. The same Subject continued, with a View to the Ratio

of Representation

416 X

LV. The same Subject continued, in Relation to the total

Number of the Body.

422

LVI. The same Subject continued, in Relation to the same

Point.........

420

LVII. The same Subject continued, in Relation to the Sup-

posed Tendency of the Plan of the Convention to

Elevate the Few above the Many .......

434

............ 403

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