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OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
Insurrection in Massachusetts-Enlistment of troops by Congress
-Motion to stop it rejected.
WEDNESDAY, February 21st
Report of the Convention at Annapolis, proposing a Federal Con-
vention-New York Delegates move for a Convention--Views of
different Members-Congress sanction it.
TUESDAY, March 13th
Refusal to remove the the military stores from Springfield-Con-
ference of Mr. Madison and Mr. Bingham with Mr. Gardoqui rel-
ative to the navigation of the Mississippi—Discontents in the West-
ern Territory - Posts held by the British.
TUESDAY, March 20th
Mr. Jay's report relative to the effect of British treaty of peace-
Obligations imposed on the States by treaties.
WEDNESDAY, March 21st
Effect of treaties on the States.
Proposal to reduce salaries—Civil List.
Ordinance for settlement of public accounts—Complaints from Illi-
Conference of Virginia Delegates with Mr. Gardoqui.
Mr. Jay's report on the admission of Mr. Bond as British Consul —
sippi-Negotiation between Mr. Jay and Mr. Gardoqui.
Representations of Virginia relative to the navigation of the Mis-
Mr. Jay's report against sending Mr. Jefferson to Madrid.
WEDNESDAY, April 25th
Motion that a vote of nine States is requisite to authorize suspen-
Congress sanction the Federal Convention-Embarrassment of the
treasury-Prospect of disunion.
Mr. Jay's report relative to the effect of the British treaty of peace
-Navigation of the Mississippi—Opinions of several States in re-
gard to it-Disturbances in the Western Territory on account of it
-Views of French about it-Dutch Minister complains of prefer-
ences in the treaty with France-Insurrection in Massachusetts
Vermont-Survey of public lands—Paper money in Virginia.
To EDMUND RANDOLPH. New York, March 25,
Mr. Henry-Navigation of the Mississippi-Views of France about
It-Time of meeting of the Federal Convention-Resolutions of
Congress on the effect of treaties on the States.
eral Convention expected from Virginia-Mr. Madison's ideas of a
Sale of public lands-Land jobbers-Copper coinage-Opinions in
Massachusetts and Connecticut relative to the Federal Convention
Resolutions of Congress on the effect of treaties on the States-
TO GENERAL WASHINGTON. New York, Sep-
tember 30, 1787
Debates in Congress on Federal Constitution--Proposal to amend
it there-Transmitted to the States–Opinions on it.
To EDMUND RANDOLPH. New York, October 7,
Requisitions on the States-Western Territory-Indians–Opin-
Opinions on Federal Constitution in different States.
Proposal of amendments by Congress—R. H. Lee—Dana–Mason-
-Sales of public lands.
Prospects for establishment of Federal Constitution—Mr. Charles
Pinckney-Navigation of Potomac.
Dissensions in Holland - Commencement of the Federalist-Pro-
ceedings of States on Federal Constitution.
Tobacco contract with France—Proceedings of States on Federal
state of the Treasury—Indians-British ports.
Mr. R. H. Lee's views on Federal Constitution-Mr. Mason's