Grand Convention at Philadelphia, May to September, 1787, Quill Project 2019 Edition.
The main chamber of the Constitutional Convention, consisting of all delegates.
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Resolutions 7 and 8. Agreed proportional representation in the first branch. Connecticut Compromise proposed.
Membership (at session start):
Abraham Baldwin, Richard Basset, Gunning Bedford, John Blair, William Blount, David Brearly, Jacob Broom, Pierce Butler, George Clymer, William Richardson Davie, Jonathan Dayton, John Dickinson, Oliver Ellsworth, William Few, Thomas Fitzsimmons, Benjamin Franklin, Elbridge Gerry, Nathaniel Gorham, Alexander Hamilton, William Houstoun, Jared Ingersol, Daniel of St Thomas Jenifer, William Samuel Johnson, Rufus King, John Lansing, William Livingston, James Madison, Alexander Martin, Luther Martin, George Mason, James McClurg, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris, William Pierce, Charles Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, Edmund Randolph, George Read, John Rutledge, Roger Sherman, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Caleb Strong, George Washington, Hugh Williamson, James Wilson, Robert Yates (46 total)
Representing 11 delegations:
Connecticut Delegation, Delaware Delegation, Georgia Delegation, Maryland Delegation, Massachusetts Delegation, New Jersey Delegation, New York Delegation, North Carolina Delegation, Pennsylvania Delegation, South Carolina Delegation, Virginia Delegation
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