Ratifications of the Constitution of the United States/Pennsylvania

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Ratifications of the Constitution of the United States, in Elliot's Debates
Pennsylvania (December 12, 1787)
In the Name of the People of Pennsylvania.
Be it known unto all men, that we, the delegates of the people of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Convention assembled, have assented to and ratified, and by these presents do, in the name and by the authority of the same people, and for ourselves, assent to and ratify the foregoing Constitution for the United States of America. Done in Convention at Philadelphia, the twelfth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, and of the independence of the United States of America the twelfth. In witness whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names.

FREDERICK A. MUHLENBERG, President.

     
George Latimer, Anthony Wayne, Benjamin Pedan,
Benjamin Rush, William Gibbons, John Arndt,
Hilary Baker, Richard Downing, Stephen Balliat,
James Wilson, Thomas Cheney, Joseph Horsefield,
Thomas M'Kean, John Hannum, David Dashler,
To. Macpherson Stephen Chambers, William Wilson,
John Hunn, Robert Coleman, John Boyd,
George Gray, Sebastian Graff, Thomas Scott,
Samuel Ashmead, John Hubley, John Nevill,
Enoch Edwards, Jasper Yeates, John Allison,
Henry Wynkoop, Henry Slagle, Jonathan Roberts,
John Barclay, Thomas Campbell, John Richards,
Thomas Yardley, Thomas Hartley, James Morris,
Abraham Stout, David Grier, Timothy Pickering,
Thomas Bull, John Black, Benjamin Elliot.

Attest. James Campbell, Secretary.