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title:“Notes by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney”
authors:Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
date written:1787-7-10

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Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth. "Notes by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney." Supplement to Max Farrand's The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. Ed. James H. Hutson. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. 160. Print.
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Notes by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (July 10, 1787)

The Numbers in the United States being supposed to be 2,500,000, the proportions or numbers from the States are supposed to be as follows—
New Hampshire 97,847 Massachusetts 374,045 Rhode Island 53,863 Connecticutt 220,152 New York 213,739 New Jersey 138,930 Pennsylvania 341,983 Delaware 37,405 Maryland 235,864 Virginia 427,474 North Carolina 181,655 South Carolina 93,643 Georgia 27,060
The Numbers in the United States. Those marked with an Asterisk are from actual Numeration, the others from Calculation, including three fifths of the Negroes Number of Representatives alotted to the states New Hampshire* 102,000 3 Massachusetts* 360,000 8 Rhode Island* 58,000 1 Connecticutt* 202,000 5 New York* 238,000 6 New Jersey* 138,000 4 Pennsylvania* 360,000 8 Delaware* 37,000 1 Negroes Maryland* 218,000 6 80,000 Virginia 420,000 10 280,000 North Carolina 200,000 5 60,000 South Carolina 150,000 5 80,000 Georgia 90,000 3 20,000
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2,573,000 65 Three fifths of these are included in the first Numbers
[Endorsed:] An Account of the Numbers in the United States

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