Both houses of the Massachusetts legislature had approved proposed amendments three through eleven in February 1790, but that was not reported to the Secretary of the Commonwealth, nor to Thomas Jefferson.
The Columbian Centinel was "the most influential and enterprising paper in Massachusetts after the Revolution" (Hudson 147), and until around 1800 its circulation was the largest in Boston.
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