The Republicans and Federalists in Pennsylvania, 1790-1801: A Study in National Stimulus and Local Response

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NOTES -- CHAPTER I
1
W. F. Dunaway, A History of Pennsylvania, 203.
2
Allan Nevins, The American States During and After the Revolution, 149.
3
Ibid.,132.
4
J. Paul Selsam, The Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776, 1.
5
Ibid., 256; James H. Peeling, "The Public Life of Thomas McKean, 1734-1817" (Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago, 1929), 41-42.
6
Dunaway, 211.
7
John H. Fertig, comp., Constitutions of Pennsylvania, 247.
8
Selsam, 211.
9
William Findley, "An Autobiographical Letter", Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, V ( 1881), 443. Hereafter this magazine is cited as PMHB.
10
Fertig, 249. There was doubt as to the authorship of the section on the council. But it was ascribed to George Bryan and James Cannon. See H. M. Jenkins, Pennsylvania, Colonial and Federal, II, 104.
11
Findley, "Autobiographical Letter", 443.
12
Proceedings Relative to Calling the Conventions of 1776 and 1790, 69. Unless otherwise indicated this description of the Council of Censors' meeting is based on this work, hereafter cited as Proceedings.
13
Ibid.,124.
14
Robert L. Brunhouse, The Counter-Revolution in Pennsylvania, 1776-1790, 155.
15
Ibid.,197.
16
Ibid.,206
17
Pennsylvania Packet, March 26, 1789.
18
Proceedings, 136; Brunhouse, 221-224.
19
Thomas McKean to John Adams, April 30, 1787, quoted in Peeling , "Thomas McKean", 130.
20
Brunhouse, 205.
21
Peeling, "Thomas McKean", 30.
22
Findley, "Autobiographical Letter", 443.
23
Pennsylvania Packet, November 25, 1789.
24
William Rawle, "Sketch of the Life of Thomas Mifflin", Memoirs of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, II, pt. 2, 121.
25
Alexander Graydon, Memoirs of a Life Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania, 324.
26
Russell J. Ferguson, Early Western Pennsylvania Politics, 102-103.

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