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he resigns his last volume to its fate, with a feeling of satisfaction that he has at length reached the close of his task, and with the comforting assurance that it has been with him a labor of love, and as such has to a certain degree carried with it its own reward.
CHAP. VII.-The New Goverument - Domestic
and Foreign Relations- Washington's Aux-
ious Position - Its Difficulties Without
Cabinet or Constitutional Advisers-John Jay
- Hamilton-His Efficient Support of the