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title:“William Paterson to Euphemia Paterson”
authors:William Paterson
date written:1787-7-2

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Paterson, William. "Letter to Euphemia Paterson." Supplement to Max Farrand's The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. Ed. James H. Hutson. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. 143. Print.
Autograph Letter Signed, Rutgers University

William Paterson to Euphemia Paterson (July 2, 1787)

MONDAY, JULY 2, 1787 143 settle Representation—the Committee balloted for consisted of Gerry, Else- worth, Yates, Patterson, Franklin, Martin, Bedford, Mason, Davie, Rutlege and Baldwin. Adjourned till Thursday 5th July. GEORGE WASHINGTON: DIARY Monday. 2d. Attended Convention. Dined with some of the Members of Convention at the Indian Queen. Drank Tea at Mr. Binghams, and walked afterwards in the state house yard. Set this Morning for Mr. Pine who wanted to correct his portrt. of me. WILLIAM PATERSON TO EUPHEMIA PATERSON Philada. , 2c1 July, 1 7 8 7 The Burlington court did not continue as long as I expected. I arrived here on Friday last, about Ico o'clock at night. This letter will be handed to you by the Gov'r [Livingston] , who will set out tomorrow. It is impossible to say when the Convention will rise; much remains to be done, and the work is full of labour and difficulty.

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