I am persuaded, Mr. Chairman, that I in my turn shall be indulged in addressing the committee. We all in equal sincerity profess to be anxious for the establishment of a republican government on a safe and solid basis.
But, sir, there is another object equally important and which our enthusiasm rendered us little capable of regarding; I mean a principle of strength and stability in the organization of our government, and vigor in its operations.
Can the general government withstand such a united opposition? Will the people suffer themselves to be stripped of their privileges? Will they suffer their Legislatures to be reduced to a shadow and a name?
here we can vision and advise that hamilton is arduous the NY Convention to have a strong goverment to the they can press on to a exceptional future.
As for the Pathos Hamilton commit an better opion on how their enthusiasm can have more capble of strength and keep things balence so the goverment mahy be in order.
Here Hamilton pulls out an very strong thought of how and will our people we'll still have there privleges on themself to live and the obstacle they'll have to face.