disembarrassed


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I have acted on your advice; and having disembarrassed myself of an occupation that was painful to me for many reasons, wish to devote myself and what means I have, to another pursuit.
at 213 (The treaty power "is disembarrassed by the plan of the convention, of an exception under which treaties might be substantially frustrated by regulation of the [s]tates.
Madison, for example, wrote in The Federalist, defending the Constitution's treatymaking power, that the Constitution's "power[] to make treaties" was "comprised in the Articles of Confederation, with this difference only, that [it] is disembarrassed by the plan of the convention, of an exception under which treaties might be substantially frustrated by regulations of the States.