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Extra[c]t of a Letter from a Gentleman in Boston of the 4th. March 1787. to R King— “—— has come...
I send you a copy of the confederation between the New England Colonies, together with a few...
We may have 360 members in our Convention, not more than 330 have yet taken their Seats....
Our convention proceeds slowly. An apprehension that the liberties of the people are in danger,...
Our prospects are gloomy, but hope is not entirely extinguished. Gerry has not returned to the...
I hope your information will be confirmed; that the Tide is again turning in favor of the...
This day for the first our President Mr. Hancock took his Seat in convention, and we shall...
I inclose a newspaper of yesterday containing the propositions communicated by Mr. Hancock to the...
I have the satisfaction to inform you that on the final Question of assinting to & ratifying the...
I leave this city Tomorrow for Boston, and shall be extremely obliged to you to inform me of the...