Front Page Titles (by Subject) OBJECTS TO BE COMMUNICATED IN SPEECH AND MESSAGES - The Works of Alexander Hamilton, (Federal Edition), vol. 8
OBJECTS TO BE COMMUNICATED IN SPEECH AND MESSAGES - Alexander Hamilton, The Works of Alexander Hamilton, (Federal Edition), vol. 8 
The Works of Alexander Hamilton, ed. Henry Cabot Lodge (Federal Edition) (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1904). In 12 vols. Vol. 8.
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OBJECTS TO BE COMMUNICATED IN SPEECH AND MESSAGES
- II.—Embarrassments in carrying into execution the principles of neutrality; necessity of some auxiliary provisions by law. ∗ ∗ ∗
- III.—Expectation of indemnification given in relation to illegal captures.
- IV.—State of our affairs with regard to Great Britain, Spain, and France—claim of Guarantee—propositions respecting Trade.
- V.—Indian affairs—failure of Treaty—state of expedition under Wayne—prospects with regard to Southern Indians.
- VI.—Prudence of additional precautions for defence, as the best security for the peace of the country.
- 1.Fortification of principal seaports.
- 2.Corps of efficient militia.
- VII.—Completion of settlement of Accounts between the United and Individual States; Provision for balances.
- VIII.—Provision for a sinking fund.
- IX.—Our revenues in the aggregate have continued to answer expectation as to productiveness, but if the various objects pointed out, and which appear to be necessary to the public interest, are to be accomplished, it can hardly be hoped that there will not be a necessity for some moderate addition to them.
- X.—Prolongation of the Dutch instalment by way of loan —— terms.
- XI.—Provision for the second instalment due to the Bank of the United States.
- XII.—For interest in the unsubscribed debt during the present year. Quere.
- XIII.—Communication of the state of cessions of Light-houses. The cession in various instances has not been entire; it has reserved a partial right of jurisdiction for process; consequently is not strictly conformable to law.
- XIV.—Commissary to receive, issue, and account for all public stores would conduce much to order and economy.