Item #140945929 The Federalist, on the New Constitution, Written in 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Madison, & Mr. Jay: With an Appendix, Containing Letters of Pacificus and Helvidius on the Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793; also, the Original Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution of the United States. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay.
The Federalist, on the New Constitution, Written in 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Madison, & Mr. Jay: With an Appendix, Containing Letters of Pacificus and Helvidius on the Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793; also, the Original Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution of the United States.
The Federalist, on the New Constitution, Written in 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Madison, & Mr. Jay: With an Appendix, Containing Letters of Pacificus and Helvidius on the Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793; also, the Original Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution of the United States.
The Federalist, on the New Constitution, Written in 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Madison, & Mr. Jay: With an Appendix, Containing Letters of Pacificus and Helvidius on the Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793; also, the Original Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution of the United States.

The Federalist, on the New Constitution, Written in 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Madison, & Mr. Jay: With an Appendix, Containing Letters of Pacificus and Helvidius on the Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793; also, the Original Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution of the United States.

Hallowell, ME: Masters, Smith & Company, 1852.

New edition of The Federalist Papers. 496pp. Bound in full calf, neatly rebacked with morocco title label reading simply "Federalist," lettered and ruled in gilt, new endpapers. Light wear and discoloration to calf, stain on rear board, contents Near Fine and bright, offsetting to endpapers.

A mid 19th century edition of the classic series of essays, most of which were originally published in New York newspapers under the pseudonym "Publius." These essays came to define key facets of the young American republic, arguing for stronger national government, more harmonious relations with England, and the importance of interstate and international commerce. Today they are considered one of the most important sources for interpreting and understanding the original intent of the Constitution. Item #140945929

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