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title:“Journal Notes of the Pennsylvania Ratification Convention”
date written:1787-11-28

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"Journal Notes of the Pennsylvania Ratification Convention." The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution. Vol. 2. Ed. Merrill Jensen. Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 1976. 382. Print.

Journal Notes of the Pennsylvania Ratification Convention (November 28, 1787)

The Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
The President laid before the Convention a letter from the ministers and vestry of the German Lutheran Congregation, requesting the attendance of this Convention at Sion Church tomorrow, at nine o'clock, to an examination of the pupils in the German language, etc.
Agreed, That the Convention do attend.
The Convention resumed the consideration of the first Article of the proposed Constitution, and after some debate on the subject of a bill of rights, and the extent of the legislative powers contained in the first Article, Adjourned until ten o'clock on Friday next, A. M.

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