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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Hogan, Margaret A.; Reid, Jonathan M. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: New York (5)
23 (2009)

New York chronology, 1777-1790,   pp. xxvii-xxx


Page xxviii

NEW YORK CHRONOLOGY, 1777-1790
February 15
March 14
March 17
April 18
April 20
May 4
May 5
August 11
August 23
September 11-14
December 16
January 13
January 26
February 15
February 20
February 21
February 23
February 28
March 6
April 18
May 25
June 2
June 16
June 18
July 10
July 21
September 3
September 17
September 21
1786
Congress asks New York to reconsider Impost of 1783
Legislature receives Virginia's call of Annapolis Convention
Legislature approves appointment of commissioners to
Annapolis Convention
Paper money act becomes law
Assembly appoints commissioners to Annapolis Convention
Legislature conditionally adopts Impost of 1783
Senate agrees with appointment of commissioners to
Annapolis Convention
Congress requests New York to reconsider its approval of
Impost of 1783
Congress again requests New York to reconsider its approval
of Impost of 1783
Annapolis Convention
Hartford agreement between New York and Massachusetts
over land in western New York
1787
Legislature receives Annapolis Convention report
Legislature adopts state bill of rights
Assembly refuses to alter its approval of Impost of 1783
Legislature instructs delegates to Congress to move for
appointment of a constitutional convention
Congress rejects New York's call for a convention and
accepts amended motion by Massachusetts for a
convention
Legislature receives congressional resolution of 21 February
calling Constitutional Convention
Legislature authorizes election of delegates to Constitutional
Convention
Legislature elects three delegates (Alexander Hamilton,
John Lansing, Jr., and Robert Yates) to Constitutional
Convention
Senate rejects Alexander Hamilton's motion for
appointment of two additional delegates to Constitutional
Convention
Robert Yates and Alexander Hamilton first attend
Constitutional Convention
John Lansing, Jr., first attends Constitutional Convention
Lansing's speech in Constitutional Convention
Hamilton's "plan" submitted to Constitutional Convention
Yates and Lansing leave Constitutional Convention
Hamilton publicly attacks Governor Clinton for his
opposition to Constitutional Convention
Hamilton, who had left in late June, returns to
Constitutional Convention
Constitutional Convention signs Constitution with Hamilton
signing for New York
Constitution first printed in New York (Daily Advertiser and
New York Packet)
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