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glish form of government, this division with limitations is unknown and parliament is supreme.
Madison, in the Federalist, says: The Federal and State governments are, in fact, but different agents ly, the convention was composed of deputies appointed by the States, and they voted as States.
Madison, in recording their action, on agreeing to the Constitution, says: It passes in the affirmativeshington entered upon his duties as president.
The assent and ratification of the people, says Madison, not as individuals composing an entire nation, but as composing the distinct and independent Ses, rights and liberties appertaining to them.
The third Virginia resolution of 1798, drawn by Madison, puts this very clearly—That this assembly doth explicitly and perempiorily declare that it vieent entire absorption of the powers which were purposely withheld from the general government.
Madison said: Where resort can be had to no tribunal superior to the authority of the parties, the part