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THE FEDERALIST PAPERS.

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THE FEDERALIST PAPERS.

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[HAMILTON, ALEXANDER. 1757-1804, et al.] The Federalist Papers No 7 & No 8. [Appearing in:] The New-York Packet. New York: Samuel and John Loudon, November 20, 1787. No 751. Bifolium (495 x 305 mm). Disbound, paper flaw to first leaf with loss to several letters, light toning. RARE FIRST APPEARANCES OF TWO FEDERALIST PAPERS, nos 7 & 8, "To the People of the State of New York," signed "Publius" and penned by Alexander Hamilton. Federalist No 8 addresses specifically the need for a strong Union of the States addresses the Hamilton in order to protect their common interests from both Great Britain and from their neighbors. In Federalist No 7, Hamilton pursues the benefits of Union for New York state in particular. Ultimately published in book form as The Federalist Papers, the series of articles published mostly in the New York Packet under the name Publius stand as one of the most important assertions of the American Philosophy in existence. Written by Hamilton, as well as James Madison and John Jay, the papers argue for the adoption of the American Constitution and set forth the parameters for the newly formed American government including the three branches of government creating the American presidency. The preservation of the Union advocated in Federalist no 8 is in essence this argument for the strong central government, a union of states held together by common interest and headed by a President duly elected by the people for the people.

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 77
Auktion:
Datum:
14.10.2020
Auktionshaus:
Bonhams London
New York
Beschreibung:

[HAMILTON, ALEXANDER. 1757-1804, et al.] The Federalist Papers No 7 & No 8. [Appearing in:] The New-York Packet. New York: Samuel and John Loudon, November 20, 1787. No 751. Bifolium (495 x 305 mm). Disbound, paper flaw to first leaf with loss to several letters, light toning. RARE FIRST APPEARANCES OF TWO FEDERALIST PAPERS, nos 7 & 8, "To the People of the State of New York," signed "Publius" and penned by Alexander Hamilton. Federalist No 8 addresses specifically the need for a strong Union of the States addresses the Hamilton in order to protect their common interests from both Great Britain and from their neighbors. In Federalist No 7, Hamilton pursues the benefits of Union for New York state in particular. Ultimately published in book form as The Federalist Papers, the series of articles published mostly in the New York Packet under the name Publius stand as one of the most important assertions of the American Philosophy in existence. Written by Hamilton, as well as James Madison and John Jay, the papers argue for the adoption of the American Constitution and set forth the parameters for the newly formed American government including the three branches of government creating the American presidency. The preservation of the Union advocated in Federalist no 8 is in essence this argument for the strong central government, a union of states held together by common interest and headed by a President duly elected by the people for the people.

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 77
Auktion:
Datum:
14.10.2020
Auktionshaus:
Bonhams London
New York
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