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Jensen, Merrill; Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Pennsylvania
2 (1976)

A. Proceedings and debates of the convention,   pp. 326-616


Page 327

A. PROCEEDINGS/21 NOV.
For Bucks County
Henry Wynkoop
John Barclay
Thomas Yardley
Abraham Stout
For Chester County
Thomas Bull
Anthony Wayne
William Gibbons
Richard Downing
Thomas Cheyney
John Hannum
For Lancaster County
Stephen Chambers
Robert Coleman
Sebastian Graff
John Hubley
Jasper Yeates
John Whitehill
For Northampton County
John Arndt
Stephen Balliot
Joseph Horsfield
David Deshler
For Bedford County
James Martin
Joseph Powell
For Northumberland County
William Wilson
John Boyd
For Westmoreland County
William Findley
John Baird
William Todd
For Washington County
James Marshel
James Edgar
Thomas Scott
John Nevill
For York County                       r or r ayette iounty
Henry Slagle                          Nathaniel Breading
Thomas Campbell                       John Smilie
Thomas Hartley                      For Franklin County
David Grier                           Richard Bard
John Black                            John Allison
Benjamin Pedan                      For Montgomery County
For Cumberland County                   John Rhrs
John HarrisJonRcad
John Rriols                          Frederick A. Muhlenberg
John Reynolds                         JmsMri
Robert WhitehillFrauphi
Jonathan HogeWilliam Brown
For Berks County                        Adam Orth
Nicholas Lutz                         John A. Hanna
John Ludwig                         For Luzerne County
Abraham Lincoln                       Timothy Pickering
John Bishop                         For Huntingdon County
Joseph Hiester                        Benjamin Elliott
The Convention proceeded to elect a president.
The ballots being counted, it appeared that Frederick Augustus
Muhlenberg, Esquire was duly elected.
An invitation to the President and members of the Convention from
the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, requesting their com-
pany at a commencement to be held tomorrow, was read.
Agreed to attend in a body, at ten o'clock tomorrow.
Adjourned until nine o'clock, A.M.
1. The spelling of the names of delegates has been changed to conform to the
way they wrote their names, in cases where their signatures have been located, and
corrected from other sources when signatures are not available.
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