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title:“Connecticut Ratification Convention Proceedings: Weekly Monitor”
date written:1788-1-9

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"Connecticut Ratification Convention Proceedings: Weekly Monitor." Weekly Monitor 1788-01-09 : . Rpt. in The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution. Vol. 3. Ed. Gaspare J. Saladino and John P. Kaminski. Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 1978. 559-60. Print.

Connecticut Ratification Convention Proceedings: Weekly Monitor (January 9, 1788)

The time was busily employed, with great attention, in examination and scrutiny, with various particular strictures interspersed with more general dissertations on the distinct and relative parts of the interesting theme and probable operation, when applied to practice and actual experiment, until the next Wednesday evening; when the great ques- tion being generally called for, was formally proposed, and explicitly answered, by yea and nay, as appears by the foregoing roll, and the following authenticated Ratification or exemplification, viz.
[Form of Ratification]
The foregoing Ratification being engrossed, duplicates on parchments were subscribed and certified accordingly, the one to be transmitted to Congress and the other lodged in the office of the secretary of this state. [ Weekly Monitor, 14 January]

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