Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Delaware. Microform supplement
The Delaware General Assembly, 24 October-10 November 1787, pp. 111-150
Ordered, That the same be engrossed. The said Bill being engrossed, was compared, and ordered to be signed by the Speaker; which was done accordingly. On motion, Resolved, That the President or commander in Chief affix the Great-Seal of this State to the following Law: "An Act for altering the Quorum of the House of Assembly." Ordered, That Mr. Gordon wait on the Council with the above resolution for their concurrence; and that he deliver the Bill therein mentioned, in order that it may be signed by the Speaker of that House. On motion, Ordered, That Mr. Vining and Mr. Robinson be a Committee to see the Great-Seal affixed to the said Act. Adjourned to Monday next. Council Proceedings, P.M., 27 October Mr. Gordon, a member of Assembly, was admitted, and he delivered to the Chair the bill, intituled, "An act for altering the Quorum of the House of Assembly," engrossed, with a resolution of that House for affixing the Great Seal of the State to the same. The said bill was compared. Ordered, That the Speaker sign the said bill, which was done accordingly.
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