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Letter not found. ca. 6 December 1787, Tarborough. Mentioned in Hawkins to JM, 14 Feb. 1788 . Reports the time set for the election and meeting of the North Carolina ratifying convention.
I returned from Congress to Carolina in February was elected one of the representatives for the County I live in, and served in the spring session. All the requisitions of Congress were fully complied with except the one for our proportion of one million five hundred thousand dollars in addition to the five Pcent: the act for this purpose establ[ished?] has the principle laid down by Congress...
A neighbour of mine who is a Wheelwright called last sunday to see me; he told me he had been reading for some days past the New-Constitution, and Richard Henry Lee’s letter, and he wished me to answer him some questions. They were the following literally Is Mr. Lee thought to be a great man? Is he not a proud passionate man? Was he one of the Convention? Could it be from Ignorance or design...