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Paul Leicester Ford, Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States, published during its Discussion by the People, 1787-1788 
Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States, published during its Discussion by the People, 1787-1788, edited with notes and a bibliography by Paul Leicester Ford (Brooklyn, N.Y., 1888).
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Pamphlets written between 1787-88 by Elbridge Gerry, Noah Webster, John Jay, Melancthon Smith, Pelatiah Werster, Tench Coxe, James Wilson, John Dickinson, Alexander Contee Hanson, Edmund Randolph, Richard Henry Lee, George Mason, and David Ramsay. The essay attributed to Gerry was in fact written by Mercy Otis Warren.
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- Gerry, Eldridge. Observations / On the New Constitution, and On the Federal / and State Conventions. / By a Columbian Patriot. / Sic Transit Gloria Americana. / [boston: 1788.]
- Webster, Noah. an / Examination / Into the / Leading Principles / of the / Federal Constitution / Proposed By the Late / Convention / Held At Philadelphia. / With / Answers to the Principal Objections / That Have Been Raised Against the System. / By a Cit
- Jay, John. an / Address / to the / People / of the / State of New-york / On the Subject of the / Constitution, / Agreed Upon At Philadelphia, / the 17th of September, 1787. / New-york: / Printed By Samuel Loudon, / Printer to the State. .
- Smith, Melanchthon. an / Address / to the / People / of the / State of New-york: / Showing the Necessity of Making / Amendments / to the / Constitution, Proposed For the United States, / Previous to Its Adoption. / By a Plebeian. / Printed In the State of
- Webster, Pelatiah. the Weakness of Brutus Exposed: / Or, Some / Remarks / In / Vindication of the Constitution / Proposed By the Late / Federal Convention, / Against the / Objections and Gloomy Fears of That Writer / Humbly Offered to the Public, / By / a
- Coxe, Tench. an / Examination / of the / Constitution / For the / United States / of / America, / Submitted to the People / By the / General Convention, / At Philadelphia, the 17th Day of September, 1787, / and Since Adopted and Ratified / By the / Conven
- Wilson, James. Substance of an Address to a Meeting of the Citizens of Philadelphia, Delivered, October Sixth, Mdcclxxxvii , 1787
- Dickinson, John. the / Letters / of / Fabius, / In 1788, / On the Federal Constitution; / …. / Copy-right Secured. / From the Office of the Delaware / Gazette, Wilmington, / By W. C. Smith./1797. /
- Hanson, Alexander, Contee. Remarks / On the / Proposed Plan / of a / Federal Government, / Addressed to the Citizens of the / United States of America, / and Particularly to the People of Maryland, / By Aristides. / “as a Confederated Government Is Compos
- Randolph, Edmund. Letter On the Federal Constitution, October 16, 1787, By Edmund Randolph [richmond: Printed By Augustin Davis, 1787.]
- Lee, Richard Henry. Observation / Leading to a Fair Examination / of the / System of Government, / Proposed By the Late / Convention; / and to Several Essential and Neces- / Sary Alterations In It. / In a Number of / Letters / From the / Federal Farmer to
- Mason, George. the Objections of the / Hon. George Mason, / to the Proposed Federal Constitution. / Addressed to the Citizens of Virginia. / ….. / Printed By Thomas Nicholas.
- Iredell, James. [answers to Mr. Mason's Objections to the New Constitution, Recommended By the Late Convention. By Marcus. Newbern: Printed By Hodge and Wills, 1788.]
- Ramsay, David. an / Address / to the / Freemen / of / South Carolina, / On the Subject of the / Federal Constitution, / Proposed By the Convention, Which Met In / Philadelphia, May, 1787. / Charleston, / Printed By Bowen and Co., No. 31, Bay.
- Bibliography and Reference List of the History and Literature of the United States Constitution 1787–1788.