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tions, gentlemen, will inspire you with Chap. XXXV.} 1775. May. sentiments worthy of the grandeur of the subject. One common danger must secure to us harmony in opinion. If any doubt remain amongst you with respect to the force or efficacy of whatever laws you now or hereafter make, be pleased to consider, that all power is originally in the people. We represent the good people of this infant country, replied the convention on the twenty-fifth, in the words of a committee of which Calloway was the head. Deeply impressed with a sense of the May 25. importance of the trust our constituents have reposed in us, we will attempt the task with vigor, not doubting but unanimity will insure us success. That we have a right as a political body, without giving umbrage to Great Britain, or any of the colonies, to frame rules for the government of our little society, cannot be doubted by any sensible or unbiassed mind. So reasoned the fathers of Kentucky. In their legislation, it w