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David Brearly's papers also contained a table of state populations. Farrand writes that "among the papers of Brearley relating to the Federal Convention, and turned over by his executor, General Bloomfield, to John Quincy Adams, is this document — on both sides of a single sheet." This appears to the the document pictured above, which was found at https://catalog.archives.gov/id/6277389.

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David Brearly's papers also contained a table of state populations. Farrand writes that "among the papers of Brearley relating to the Federal Convention, and turned over by his executor, General Bloomfield, to John Quincy Adams, is this document — on both sides of a single sheet." This appears to the the document pictured above, which was found at https://catalog.archives.gov/id/6277389.

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States N. of Whites N. of Blacks
New-Hampshire 82,000 — 102,000
Massachusetts Bay 352,000
Rhode Island 58,000
Connecticut 202,000
New-York 238,000
New-Jersey 138,000. — 145,000
Pennsylvania 341,[000]
Delaware 37,000
Maryland 174,000 80,000
Virginia suppd 300,000 300,000
North Carolina 181,000
South Carolina 93,000
Georgia 27,000
[Endorsed:] Return of the Numbers in the several States

Quota of Tax Delegates
Virginia 512,974 16
Massachusetts 448,854 14
Pennsylvania 410,378 12¾
Maryland 283,034 8¾
Connecticut 264,182 8
New York 256,486 8
North Carolina 218,012 6¾
South Carolina 192,366 6
New-Jersey 166,716 5
New-Hampse 105,416 3¼
Rhode Island 64,636 2
Delaware 44,886 1¼
Georgia 32,060 1
3,000,000 90
Sepr 27th 1785.
[Endorsed:] hon. D. Brearly Esq

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Brearly Papers (Max Farrand, 1911)