There is the Anti-Federlist papers which is a compendium of the articles written by Patrick Henry et al. I believe that they wrote a responding article for each of the Federalist essays. I am using a book for each and comparing and contrasting rather than the originals. I believe they were published in a Philadelphia newspaper while the Federalists were originally published in New York. I am not sure where to find the originals. If you have a reference I would like to know if I can find them online. I have yet to look due to lack of time.
I am currently enrolled in an online class at AMU on the Rev War - US Military History Masters degree. I am much more interested in the military aspects than the political aspects - hence the secondary sources for politics, economics, and social aspects of the time.
Since originally posting I found those Anti-Federalists Papers on Kindle and a LOT of other books from the British perspective. Haven't read'em all yet (the TBR pile is staggering) but I hope to make great inroads into the stack.
This looks good to but I haven't downloaded it - http://www.shelfari.com/books/39015/The-Anti-Federalist-Papers-and-the-Constitutional-Convention-Deb
I've read other stuff by Ketcham and respect him.
Cecilia Kenyon also edited a collection of Anti-Federalist writings for the old American Heritage series:
Kenyon's collection was reprinted a couple of decades later by Northeastern Press, so you shouldn't have difficulty finding a copy. If you'd like to read an analysis of the Anti-Federalists, the book to turn to would be Jackson Turner Main's The Anti Federalists: Critics of the Constitution, 1781-1788:
As for the Tory perspective, the American Heritage Series also did a collection of tracts about the American Revolution; I have a copy, but I haven't read it yet so I don't know if it includes any writings from the Tory perspective. I'll let you know if it does.