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Souru CAROLINA. Bee, Thomas, [6 June, 1780] Mathews, John, [30 Mar. 1778] Beresford, Richard, 15 Mar. 1783 *Middleton, Arthur, [16 Feb. 1776] Bull, John, [29 Nov. 1784)

[24 Sept. 1781] Butler, Pierce, 6 Mar. 1787 Middleton, Henry, 8 July, 1774 Drayton, William H. [30 Mar. 1778] Motte, Isaac, [17 July, 1780] Eveleigh, Nicholas, [25 April, 1781) Parker, John, [3 July, 1786] Gadsden, Christopher, 8 July, 1774 Pinckney, Charles, 21 Jan.

1777 Gervais, John L. 31 Jan. 1782

[1 Nov. 1784) *Heyward, Thomas, 16 Feb. 1776 Ramsay, David, 31 Jan. 1782 Huger, Daniel, [22 June, 1786)

21 Feb. 1785 Hutson, Richard, [30 Mar. 1778] Read, Jacob, [17 June, 1783] Izard, Ralph,

31 Jan. 1782 *Rutledge, Edward, 8 July, 1774 Kean, John,

21 Feb. 1785 Rutledge, John, 8 July, 1774 Kinloch, Francis, (25 Mar. 1780)

31 Jan. 1782 Laurens, Henry, 10 Jan. 1777 Trapier, Paul, 21 Jan. 1777 Lynch, Thomas,

1774 Tucker, Thomas T. (18 Dec. 1787] *Lynch, Thomas, Jr. 23 Mar. 1776

GEORGIA Baldwin, Abraham, 5 May, 1785 Houstoun, William, [1 Nov. 1784) Brownson, Nathan, 9 Oct. 1776 Howley, Richard, [6 July, 1780) Bulloch, Archibald, 15 July, 1775 Jones, Noble W. 15 July, 1775 Clay, Joseph, 26 Feb. 1778

[27 Sept. 1781) Few, William, [15 May, 1780] Langworthy, Edward, 7 Jan. 1777

5 May, 1785 Pierce, William, [17 Jan. 1787) Gibbons, William, [1 Nov. 1784) Telfair, Edward, 26 Feb. 1778 *Gwinnett, Button, 2 Feb. 1776 *Walton, George, 2 Feb. 1776 Habersham, John, 5 May, 1785 Wood, Joseph,

7 Jan. 1777 *Hall, Lyman, 21 Mar. 1775 Zubly, John J. 15 Ju 1775 Houstoun, John, 15 July, 1775

8 July,

VOL. XII.

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No. IX.

MEMBERS OF THE CONVENTION WHICH FORMED THE CON

STITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1787.

Those with numbers before their names signed the Constitution. Those without numbers attended the Convention, but did not sign the Constitution. The dates denote the first day of their attendance. Those in italics never attended. The Convention was formed, and proceeded to business, on the 25th of May, when George Washington was chosen President.

New HAMPSHIRE. 1. John Langdon,

23 July.

2. Nicholas Gilman, 23 July John Pickering

Benjamin West.

MASSACHUSETTS.
Francis Dana.

4. Rufus King,

25 May. Elbridge Gerry,

29 May.
Caleb Strong,

28 May 3. Nathaniel Gorham, 28 May.

Rhode Island. (No appointment. ]

CONNECTICUT 5. William S. Johnson, 2 June. Oliver Ellsworth, 29 May. 6. Roger Sherman,

30 May.

New YORK.
Robert Yates,

25 May.
John Lansing,

2 June. 7. Alexander Hamilton, 25 May.

New JERSEY. 8. William Livingston,

5 June.

John Neilson. 9. David Brearley,

25 May.

Abraham Clark. William C. Houston, 25 May. 11. Jonathan Dayton, 21 June. 10. William Patterson, 25 May.

PENNSYLVANIA. 12. Benjamin Franklin,

28 May.

16. Thomas Fitzsimons, 35 May 13. Thomas Mifflin, 28 May.

17. Jared Ingersoll,

28 May. 14. Robert Morris, 25 May.

18. James Wilson, 25 May. 15. George Clymer,

28 May 19. Gouverneur Morris, 25 May.

DELAWARE. 20. George Read,

25 May 23. Richard Bassett, 25 May. 24. Jacob Broom,

25 May 21. Gunning Bedford, Jr., 28 May. 22. John Dickinson,

28 May.

MARYLAND. 25. James McHenry, 29 May.

27. Daniel Carroll, 9 July 26. Daniel of St. Thomas

John Francis Mercer,

6 Aug. Jeniser, 2 June Luther Martin,

9 June

Appendix.] SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES. 427

VIRGINIA. 28. George Washington, 25 May. George Mason,

25 May. Patrick Henry, (declined.)

George Wythe,

25 May. Edmund Randolph,

25 May.

James M-Clurg, (in the 29. John Blair,

25 May.

room of P. Henry) 25 May. 30. James Madison, Jr. 25 May.

NORTH CAROLINA.
Richard Caswell, (resigned.)

Willie Jones, (declined.)
Alexander Martin, 25 May.

32. Richard D. Spaight, 25 May William R. Davie, 25 May.

33. Hugh Williamson, (in 31. William Blount, (in the

the room of W.Jones) 25 May. room of R. Caswell) 20 June.

South CAROLINA. 34. John Rutledge, 25 May.

36. Charles Pinckney,

25 May. 35. Charles C. Pinckney, 25 May. 37. Pierce Butler,

25 May. GEORGIA. 38. William Few,

25 May.

George Walton. 39. Abraham Baldwin, 11 June. William Houstoun, 1 June. William Pierce, 31 May.

Nathaniel Pendleton.

No. X.

SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS DURING

WASHINGTON'S ADMINISTRATION.

The first column of years denotes the beginning of their terms of service; the second, when their terms of service expired, as accurately as they can be ascertained by the Journals of Congress.

President of the Senate and Vice-President of the United States.

John Adams, from April 21st, 1789, to March 4th, 1797.

Speakers of the House of Representatives. Frederick A. Muhlenberg, from April 1st, 1789, to October 24th, 1791. Jonathan Trumbull, from October 24th, 1791, to December 20, 1793. Frederick A. Muhlenberg, from December 2d, 1793, to December 7th, 1795. Jonathan Dayton, from December 7th, 1795, to December 20, 1799.

New HAMPSHIRE.

Senators.
1789 - 1801 Wingate, Paine,
1793 - 1801

Langdon, John,
Livermore, Samuel,

1789 — 1793

1793 – 1797 1791 – 1797 1793 - 1795

1791 - 1796 1796 – 1797

1791 - 1797

New Hampshire. (Continued.)

Representatives. Foster, Abiel,

1789 - 1791 Sherburne, John S

1795 – 1803 Smith, Jeremiah, Gilman, Nicholas, 1789 - 1797 Wingate, Paine, Livermore, Samuel, 1789 - 1793

VERMONT.

Senators.
Bradley, Stephen R. 1791 - 1795 Robinson, Moses,
Paine, Elijah,

1795 - 1801 Tichenor, Isaac,

Representatives. Buck, Daniel,

1795 - 1797 Smith, Israel, Niles, Nathaniel, 1791 - 1795

MASSACHUSETTS.

Senators. Cabot, George,

1791 - 1796 Sedgwick, Theodore, Dalton, Tristram, 1789 - 1791 Strong, Caleb, Goodhue, Benjamin, 1796 - 1800

Reprcsentatives. Ames, Fisher,

1789 - 1797 Leonard, George, Bourne, s.

1791 - 1795 Bradbury, Theophilus, 1795 — 1797 Lyman, Samuel, Cobb, David,

1793 - 1795 Lyman, William, Coflin, Peleg,

1793 1795 Partridge, George,
Dearborn, Henry, 1793 - 1797 Read, John,
Dexter, Samuel, 1793 - 1795 Sedgwick, Theodore,
Foster, Dwight, 1793 - 1799 Sewall, Samuel,
Freeman, Nathaniel, 1795 - 1799 Skinner, Thompson J.
Gerry, Elbridge, 1789 - 1793 Thacher, George,
Goodhue, Benjamin, 1789 - 1796 Varnum, Joseph B.
Grout, Jonathan, 1789 - 1791 Wadsworth, Peleg,
Ilolten, Samuel, 1793 - 1795 Ward, Artemas,

1796 – 1799 1789 - 1796

1789 - 1793 1795 - 1797 1795 - 1800 1793 – 1797 1789 - 1791 1795 - 1801 1789 - 1796 1796 - 1800 1796 - 1799 1789 – 1801 1795 - 1811 1793 - 1807 1791 - 1795

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Appendix.] SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES. 429

CONNECTICUT. (Continued.)

Representatives. Coit, Joshua,

1793 – 1798 Sherman, Roger, 1789 - 1791 Dana, Samuel W. 1796 - 1810 Smith, Nathaniel, 1795 – 1799 Davenport, James, 1796 1798 Sturges, Jonathan, 1789 - 1793 Goodrich, Chauncey, 1795 - 1801 Swift, Zephaniah, 1793 - 1797 Griswold, Roger, 1795 - 1805 Tracy, Uriah,

1793 1796 Hillhouse, James, 1791 – 1796 Trumbull, Jonathan, 1789 - 1795 Huntington, Benjamin, 1789 — 1791 Wadsworth, Jeremiah, 1789 — 1795 Learned, Amasa, 1791 - 1795

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