The Constitution a Pro-Slavery Compact; Or, Extracts from the Madison Papers, Etc

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ... aye; Virginia, aye; North Carolina, aye; South Carolina, no.--pp. 423-4-5. Tuesday, April 1, 1783. Congress resumed the Report on Revenue, &c. Mr. Hamilton, who had been absent when the last question was taken for substituting numbers in place of the value of land, moved to reconsider that vote. He was seconded by Mr. Osgood. Those who voted differently from their former votes were influenced by the conviction of the necessity of the change, and despair on both sides of a more favorable rate of the slaves. The rate of three fifths was agreed to without opposition. -- p. 430. Monday, May 26, 1783. The Resolutions on the Journal, instructing the ministers in Europe to remonstrate against the carrying off the negroes -- also those for furloughing the troops -- passed unanimously. -- p. 456. Letter from Mr, Madison to Edmund Randolph. Philadelphia, April 8, 1783. A change of the valuation of lands fof the number of inhabitants, deducting two fifths of the slaves, has received a tacit sanction, and, unless hereafter expunged, will go forth in the general recommendation, as material to future harmony and justice among the members of the Confederacy. The deduction of two fifths was a compromise between the wide opinions and demands of the Southern and other States. -- p. 523. Extract from " Debates in the Federal Convention" of 1787, for the formation of the Constitution of the United States. Tuesday, May 29, 1787. Mr. Charles Pinckney laid before the House the draft of a Federal Government. * * * "The proportion of direct taxation shall be regulated by the whole number of ilk* habitants of every description." -- pp. 735, 741. Wednesday, May 30, 1787. The following Resolution, being the second of those proposed by Mr. Randolph, was taken up,...

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