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title:“Georgia Executive Council Minutes”
date written:1788-1-31

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"Georgia Executive Council Minutes." 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. 280-81. Print.
Georgia State Department of Archives, Atlanta, Ga.

Georgia Executive Council Minutes (January 31, 1788)

[31 January] A letter from Isaac Briggs, Esquire together with the Journal and papers of the late Convention was received and read.
Ordered, That the same be lodged in the office of the secretary of this Board
[ 1 February] Agreeably to a resolve of the late Convention of the 5th January 1788 the printer laid before the Board 200 copies of the Journals of the same. Ordered, That the said copies be apportioned in the following manner, viz., for the counties of Chatham, Effingham, Burke, Richmond, Wilkes, and Liberty 15 copies each; Glynn, Camden, Washington, Franklin, and Greene 7 copies each; that one copy be sent to the President of Congress; one to each of the governors of the different states; one to the President of the Convention; and one to each of the ratifying members, the remaining 36 for the use of the Executive.

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