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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.6 (search)
The Virginia Convention of 1788. reference may be made to the finished and glowing address of s gathering on the Constitutional Convention of 1788, which assembled in the city of Richmond in Junt the date of the assembling of the Convention (1788) the State of Kentucky was an integral part of great problem to be solved by the Convention of 1788 was, should we continue as thirteen Colonies orpe old age of ninety-nine. The Convention of 1788 presented as proud a galaxy of genius, worth, pthe Federal Constitution. He was at this time (1788) Governor of the Commonwealth. He was, at one tinguished jurist appeared in the Convention of 1788, he was quite a young man, being only thirty-th par excellence the orator of the Convention of 1788, Colonel Nicholas was, for his wonderful abilit The Constitution ratified by the Convention of 1788 so pleased Washington that he styled it the mos expressed by the patriots of the Convention of 1788 were well founded. Nearly every anticipated tr[3 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Constitution and the Constitution. (search)
l laws of the Commonwealth. It passed out of existence (subsilentio), in the general repealing section of an act of March 29, 1834. When in his reply to Hayne, Webster said: The past at least is secure; this was part of that past still under the lock and key of statute. Among the kindly affectioned slaves of my first recollections, remmebered by me with a kind affection, I am satisfied there was not one who wouid have sought, or could have found solace, in the hospitable hand extended from 1788 to 1834. They who bestowed this liberty of the lash became our angry judge. Liberty to be whipped at each recurring sessions of the peace; and so toties quoties! What a door of opportunity for the African—not a subject of the emporor of Morocco. When war raged for freedom, how was it then? In September, 1862, General Dix proposed to remove a number of contrabands from Fortress Monroe to Massachusetts. To this Governor Andrew replied: I do not concur in any way, or to any degree in the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
oremost man of all whose influence has led men to govern themselves by spiritual laws, 314 Jeffreys, Thos. D., 241 Johnston, Gen., Albert Sidney. A Tributary Epitaph to, 104 Jones, Gen. W. E., 100 Keenan, Death of Major, 200 Kentucky in 1788, 33 Kershaw, Gen. J. B., 23 Keysville Guards, 146 Roll of, 147 King, Col. H. H., 167 Lassiter, Charles T., Address of, 126 Lee, Gen. R. E. At Appomattox, 15 His self-denying greatness, 294 The quintessence of Virginia, 294 When a privResidence of Mrs. Jacob, 195 Toombs Robert, 74, 144 Universal Suffrage, Evils of, 65 Vandalism of the Federals, 193 Virginia Battle Field Park, 215 Virginia Bill of Rights 50 Virginia Cavalry, the 14th, 13 Virginia Convention of 1788, Personnel of Members, their Imposing Stature and Longevity, 34 Virginia Constitution, Chief Advocates for and Opponents thereto, 35 V. M. I. cadets at Battle of New Market, their Dauntlessness, 288 Virginia Offered to Emancipate her Slav