Propositions of Colonel Hamilton, of New-York, in the Convention for establishing a constitutional government for the United States also, a summary of the political opinions of John Adams, late president of the United States, illustrated and proved by extracts from his writings on government : and a most interesting discussion, of the fundamental points of difference between the two great political parties in the United States, by the said John Adams, a Federalist, and Samuel Adams, late governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, a Republican : in four letters, written while the former was vice-president of the United States, and the latter was lieutenant-governor of Massachusetts.
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