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Kaminski, John P.; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Reid, Jonathan M.; Flamingo, Margaret R.; Lannér-Cusin, Johanna E.; Fields, David P.; Conley, Patrick T.; Moore, Timothy D. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Rhode Island (3)
(2013)

Officers of the state of Rhode Island, 1786-1790,   p. xxxiv


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Officers of the State of Rhode Island
1786-1790
Governor
John Collins (May 1786-May 1790)
Arthur Fenner (first elected April 1790)
Deputy Governor
Daniel Owen (May 1786-May 1790)
Samuel J. Potter (first elected
April 1790)
Justices of the Superior Court ofJudicature
Elected May 1786
Paul Mumford, Chief
Joseph Hazard
Thomas Tillinghast
Gilbert Devol
David Howell
Elected May 1787
Paul Mumford, Chief
William West
Stephen Potter
Walter Cooke
John Waite (declined)
Simeon Clarke, Jr. (elected in Sept.)
Elected June 1788 and May 1789
Othniel Gorton, Chief
William West
Stephen Potter
Walter Cooke
Simeon Clarke, Jr.
Elected May 1790
Othniel Gorton, Chief
Daniel Owen
Sylvester Robinson
Walter Cooke
Ezekiel Gardner, Jr.
Secretary
Henry Ward
Attorney General
William Channing (elected April 1786)
Henry Goodwin (elected April 1787 and
April 1788)
David Howell (elected April 1789)
Daniel Updike (elected April 1790)
Treasurer
Joseph Clarke
Annapolis Convention Commissioners
Elected June 1786
Jabez Bowen*
Christopher Champlin (declined)
Samuel Ward*
*Did not arrive before adjournment
Delegates to Congress
Elected May 1786
James Mitchell Varnum
Nathan Miller
George Champlin*
Peleg Arnold
Elected May 1787
Peleg Arnold
Jonathan J. Hazard*
Daniel Manton*
Sylvester Gardner*
Elected May 1788 and May 1789
Peleg Arnold
Jonathan J. Hazard
Thomas Holden*
John Gardner (* in 1788)
*Did not take seat in Congress
Continental Loan Officer
William Ellery
Judge, Northwest Territory
James Mitchell Varnum
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