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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.

CHAPTER XXVI.

1779–1780.

BRITISH DEPREDATIONS: STONY POINT: PAUL

JONES.

Condition of the American army........ 171-172

Spain joins France against England.... 172-173

Clinton captures Stony Point and Fort Lafay.

ette ............

.............. 173-174

Tryon's expedition into Connecticut..... 174-175
Wayne recaptures Stony Point......... 175–177
Stony Point evacuated by Americans..... 177178
British attack on the Penobscot............ 178

FOREIGN AFFAIRS: FINANCIAL DEPRESSION CAUSES

MUTINY.
Jay's efforts to obtain aid from Spain.. 226–227
The Armed Neutrality................. 227-228

........ 281

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1787.

FRAMING OF THE CONSTITUTION.

Opening of the Convention................ 447

Prominent members...

.. 448

Defects to be remedied................. 449 450

Randolph presents the Virginia Plan... 450-452

Charles Pinckney's plan.

...... 452-456

Debate on executive and representation. 456-460

The New Jersey plan.....

.. 460–461

Hamilton's plan......... .......... 461-462

New Jersey plan declared inadmissable...... 463

Debate respecting legislature and representa-

tion ............

........... 463–467

Report of the committee of compromise..... 467

Debate on apportionment and basis of repre.
sentation

.......... 468–471

The question of taxation and representa

tion ............................... 471-472

The President's term and manner of elec-

tion ............................... 472–473

Resolutions referred to the committee of de-

tail .........

...... 474-476

The Constitution as reported by the com-
mittee ...........

......... 476-480
Citizenship, naturalization, and suffrage quali-
fications ........

......... 481-482

Ratio of representation.................... 483

Electoral College, money bills, and other de

bates .............................. 484-485

Powers of the government; the judiciary 485-486

Sectional differences respecting commerce,

navigation, taxation, and slavery..... 486–491

Provisions for amendment and ratification 491-493

The Constitution signed; submitted to Con-

gress ................ ........ 493–494

Omissions from the Constitution........ 494-497

Appendix to Chapter VI.

i. Members of the Federal Conven-

tion ............ ......... 497-498

ii. The Constitution and Its Amend-

ments ....

.......... 498-505

SERIES FIVE

LECTURES SIXTEEN (Part 2) AND SEVENTEEN

The Revolutionary Era, 1764-1783

(Continued)

16. The Northern Campaigns; Foreign Relations and Finances (Part 2) 17. The Southern Campaign and the Establishment of Independence

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