Letter to Polly Dickinson

John Dickinson

September 15, 1787

…The Convention is very busy–of an excellent temper–and for Abilities exceeds, I believe any Assembly that ever met upon this Continent, except the first Congress. Give my Compliments to Dr. Wharton and let him know my sentiments concerning this Body. Nothing further said at present…

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