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Report concerning attendance in the Continental Congress in December 1786, including circular letter from Charles Thomson to the state governors
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1787
Volume 20, Pages 631-632

HON. CHAS. THOMPSON, SEC’Y OF CONGRESS, TO GOV. CASWELL.
(From Executive Letter Book.)


Office of Secretary of Congress, March 1st, 1787.

(Circular.)

Sir:

Pursuant to order I have the honor to transmit to your Excellency herewith enclosed a State of the Representation in Congress for the

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Months of Dec. & Jan’y to be communicated to the Legislature.

With the Greatest respect, I have the honor to be,
Your Excellency’s Most Obedt. & Hble Sevt.,
CHAS. THOMPSON.

REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS, ENCLOSED ABOVE.

A State of the Representation in Congress, for the Month of Dec. 1786, Pursuant to the Act of 17th August, 1785.

MEMBERS IN TOWN.
New Hampshire—
Massachusetts—Mr. King.
Rhode Island—
Connecticut—
New York—Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Smith.
New Jersey—Mr. Sherman.
Pennsylvania—Mr. Meredith, Mr. Bingham.
Delaware—
Maryland—Mr. H. Ramsey, Mr. Harrison.
Virginia—Mr. Grayson, Mr. Carrington.
North Carolina—Mr. Blount.
South Carolina—Mr. Bull, Mr. Pinkney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Parker, Mr. Huger.
Georgia—Mr. Few.