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Papers of William Paterson on the Federal convention, 1787 ...

by Paterson, William

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Published in [New York? .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsJK148 .P3
The Physical Object
Pagination310-340 p.
Number of Pages340
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Open LibraryOL24339243M
LC Control Number07003862

The Articles of Confederation did not give the federal government enough authority to be effective. So in delegates from all the states attended a meeting known as the Constitutional Convention. Among those attending were James Madison, representing Virginia, William Paterson, representing New Jersey, and Roger Sherman, representing /5(1). "John De Witt," Essay III (Nov. 5, ) "Cato," Letters V and VII(Nov. 22, ; Jan. 3, ) The Alleged Danger From the Powers of the Union to the State Governments Considered (Madison) "Brutus," Essays IV and XVI (Nov, and Ap ) List of the principal Speakers at the Federal Convention of

The Records of the Federal Convention of Rev. ed. 4 vols. New Haven, description ends ). Paterson’s own final copy of the New Jersey plan has not been found (see Appendix E, ibid., –16). The copies made by GW and James Madison, printed ibid., –45, are almost identical. As the nation’s top political leaders gathered in Philadelphia in to devise a new plan of government for the young republic, small states like New Jersey had much to fear. Large states, especially Virginia, seemed intent on dominating the new government. But small states had an advocate in William Paterson from New Jersey.

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IX NO. 2 JANUARY, DOCUMENTS Papers of William Paterson on the Federal Convention, ij8j William Paterson is generally. Papers of William Paterson on the Federal Convention, is an article from The American Historical Review, Volume 9.

View more articles from The American. Paper-s of William Paterson on thze Federal Conzvention, WILLIAM PATERSON is generally remembered as one of the leaders of the Small State party in the Federal Convention, and chiefly as the delegate who introduced and defended the New Jersey plan.

In addition to his work in the Convention, he played an active part in national and state. William Paterson papers, Summary Correspondence, legal and business records, essays, and notes of debates and resolutions from the U.S. Constitutional Convention of Subjects include the Paterson's proposal for the structure of the U.S.

government, known as the New Jersey 1787. book, submitted to the convention on J The William Paterson Papers,primarily reflect the legal career of William Paterson (), a prominent New Jersey attorney, senator, and governor who became an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court.

More than half of the collection is taken up with files of court cases with which Paterson was involved. Paterson, William. "The New Jersey Plan or Paterson Resolutions." The Records of the Federal Convention of Vol.

Max Farrand. New Haven: Yale University Press, Print. The New Jersey Plan or Paterson Resolutions () Among the Paterson Papers, each in Paterson's handwriting on a separate sheet of foolscap, are found the. Benjamin Franklin's Speech, SeptemFrom Project Avalon; Madison, James, and Henry D.

Gilpin. The Papers of James Madison, Purchased by Order of Congress; Being His Correspondence and Reports of Debates During the Congress of the Confederation and His Reports of Debates in the Federal Convention.

Mobile: A. Mygatt, The Constitutional Convention (also known as the Philadelphia Convention, the Federal Convention, or the Grand Convention at Philadelphia) took place from May 25 to Septemin Philadelphia, resulting in the creation of the Constitution of the United States, placing the Convention among the most significant events in American history.

Although the convention was intended to. William Paterson, Irish-born American jurist, one of the framers of the U.S. Constitution, U.S. senator (–90), and governor of New Jersey (–93). He also served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from to Paterson immigrated to America with his family in They.

PATERSON, WILLIAM, a Delegate and a Senator from New Jersey; born in County Antrim, Ireland, Decem ; immigrated to the United States in with his parents, who settled in New Castle, Pa.; moved about through the colonies before settling in Princeton, N.J., in ; attended private schools; graduated from the College of New Jersey (later Princeton University) in ; studied law.

The Records of the Federal Convention of (4 vols.; New Haven, –37). description ends, III, ). Although Randolph submitted the fifteen resolutions “in writing,” the original draft has not been found and may have been among “all the loose scraps of paper” Secretary William Jackson burned (ibid., I, 16 and n.

3; Jackson to. 12 June ) III. NOTES APPARENTLY USED BY PATERSON IN PREPARING THE NEW JERSEY PLAN, JUNE A 1. Resolved, That a union of the States merely federal ought to be the sole Object of the Exercise of the Powers vested in this Convention.

(6) 2. Resolved, That the Articles of the Confederation ought to be so revised, corrected, and. The Federal Convention of The Ratification Contest Federalist Principles The New Jersey Plan (June 15) (William Paterson) Debate on the New Jersey Plan (June 16) (Paterson, Wilson, Randolph) Anti-Federalist Papers and the Constitutional Convention Debates.

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William Paterson. William Paterson papers, Correspondence, legal and business records, essays, and notes of debates and resolutions from the U.S. Constitutional Convention of Subjects include the Paterson's proposal for the structure of the U.S. government, known. The drafting of the Constitution of the United States began onwhen the Constitutional Convention met for the first time with a quorum at the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to revise the Articles of Confederation, and ended on Septemthe day the Constitution drafted by the convention's delegates to replace the Articles.

William Paterson was born Decemin County Antrim, Ireland, to Richard Paterson, an Ulster Protestant. Paterson immigrated with his parents to New Castle, Pennsylvania, in At 14, he began college at Princeton.

After graduating, he studied law with the prominent lawyer Richard Stockton and was admitted to the bar in   The papers of William Livingston, (vol. J J ; vol. 2 July Dec ) - at the SHSU Library, 4th floor, EL63 vol.

Papers of James McHenry on the Federal Convention ofat the Yale Law School Avalon Project. Notes of William Paterson in the Federal Convention ofat the Yale Law School Avalon.

William F. Paterson of New Jersey presented to the Constitutional Convention a list of resolutions favoring the smaller states.

The plan called for congressional representation allotted equally among the states, irrespective of their populations. He also favored three branches of government–legislative, executive, and judicial–and proposed that all legislative authority rest with .NEWS AND VIEWS THAT IMPACT LIMITED CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT "There is danger from all men.

The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams.William Paterson, lawyer and statesman, by John E O'Connor (Book) A sermon on the death of the Hon.

William Paterson, Esq. L.L.D Papers of William Paterson on the Federal Convention, () New Jersey justices on the United States Supreme Court.